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Charlevoix County News - Section B - September 06, 2012

Charlevoix County News - Section B - September 06, 2012

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Section B Thursday September 6, 2012
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By Chrs Fel
Boyne Cty 18,Kent Cty 13
BOYNE CITY – The Boyne Cityfootball team helped cap a verysuccessful first-ever Rambler Dayat Boyne City with a 18-13 victoryover Kent City on August 30, asthe soccer, volleyball and JV foot-ball teams came away victorious.The final contest however, wasnot an easy one.Boyne trailed 13-9 at halftime,before using a nine point thirdquarter, along with some solid de-fense in overcoming a trio of turnovers in the red zone to comeaway with the win.“Very pleased with how thekids reacted through the adver-sity, when things went wrong,”Rambler coach David Hills said.“They settled down and re-sponded well.”With the victory, Boyne im-proves to 2-0.The Ramblers got on the boardfirst, as freshman Malik Smithcrossed the goal line from 5 yardsout at the 7:40 mark of the firstfor a 6-0 lead, the extra-point at-tempt was no good.On the ensuing drive KentCity's Shane Rodenberg was ableto punch it in with a 45-yard run,along with the extra-point with3:59 remaining in the quarter fora 7-6 Eagles lead.Boyne went back on top 9-7 at10:33 of the second quarter whensenior place-kicker Austin Gard-ner split the uprights for a 32-yard field goal.The Ramblers would make acrucial defensive stand at theirown 12 yard line with 4:49 left inthe half and take over on downs,but after a Boyne punt, Kent Cityquarterback/running backcombo of Jake Krueger/Roden-berg moved the ball 75-yards topaydirt, capped by a 2-yard scoreby Rodenberg with 14.1 secondsremaining in the half for a 13-9Eagle lead.Boyne City stopped the Eaglesopening possession of the thirdquarter and forced Kent City topunt. Rambler sophomore MaceoVroman scooped the punt on aroll, maneuvered his waythrough a couple of would betacklers and exploded into theopen field for a 63-yard score.Gardner's extra-point attemptwas good, giving Boyne a 16-13lead with 9:53 remaining in thethird.“Our special teams gave us aboost,” Hills added. “From thekicking to the returning, the kidsmade us look good.”After exchanging a couple of possessions, the Ramblers foundthemselves driving towards theend-zone but turned the ball over,fumbling inside the 5-yard line.But on the ensuing Eagle snap,Rambler senior Brady Calobusted through the line andwrapped up Kent City runningback Chad Brown in the end-zonefor a safety, pushing the Boynelead to 18-13 with 3:51 remainingin the quarter.With the Eagles driving with1:16 left in the fourth quarter,Boyne junior defensive back Jor-dan Wilmot intercepted aKrueger pass and the Ramblersran out the clock to preserve thevictory.Leading the Ramblers offen-sively, was Smith, as he carried 26times for 135 yards and a touch-down, Bradley Fouchia added 75yards on 12 carries, and alsohauled in three passes for 53yards. Senior Jamael Kelly alsorushed seven times, picking up 40yards.As a team, Boyne rushed for283 yards.Corey Redman finished 3-of-5for 53 yards passing.Kent City fell to 0-2, and wasled by Krueger's passing, as hewent 13-of-21 for 176 yards. Roden-berg carries seven times for 57yards and caught four passes for69 yards.The Rambler defense was ledby 14 tackles from senior AlanManross, while Conner Millsadded nine, Wilmot recorded fivetackles to go with his intercep-tion, and Calo added two stops,one for a safety.“Our young team respondedwell,” Hills said. “We played welland found a way to win.”Boyne will host Kalkaska onSeptember 7 at 7pm, to open upLake Michigan Conference play.Kalkaska enters the contest witha 2-0 record.
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Heather Nichols, Boyne City.The Rambler setter recorded 60assists and five aces in theBoyne City, Lake Michigan Con-ference tri-meet sweep overHarbor Springs and Charlevoix.
Heather Nichols,
Boyne City
Austin Gardner and Maceo Vroman, Boyne City.The Rambler special teams duo helped combineto score 10 points in the Boyne City victory overKent City. Gardner kicked a 32-yard field goal andadded and extra-point, while Vroman returned apunt 63 yards for the go-ahead score.
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By Chrs Fel
Mple Ct GleLke 32
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GLEN LAKE – TheLakers picked up wherethey left off last week, asthey rolled past the visit-ing Charlevoix Rayders32-0 on August 30.Charlevoix committedfour turnovers, givingGlen Lake a short field towork with a majority of the night.The Rayder offensewas led by Brian Noirotwith 34 yards on ninecarries, Charlie Hamil-ton rushed six times for25 yards, and TannerCatt added 20 yards onnine carries.Charlevoix's defensewas led by GreysonSpegele with 14 tackles.Sam Eakes finished with12, Tommy Zipp addedseven and Shane Suther-land six tackles.Charlevoix, 0-2, hosts a2-0 Grayling Vikingsteam on September 7 at7pm, in the opening LakeMichigan Conferencecontest for both teams.
Turnovers costly as Rayders blankedfor second consecutive week
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By Chrs Fel
St. ignce 53,Est Jordn 0
ST. IGNACE — TheSaints improved to 2-0,and the Red Devils fell to0-2 as St. Ignace rolled to a53-0 non-conference vic-tory on August 30.No statistics were avail-able at press time.East Jordan, 0-2, travelsto Harbor Springs againstthe 1-1 Rams as bothteams open Lake Michi-gan Conference play at7pm on September 7.
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Page 2B Charlevoix County News September 6, 2012
RambleR Day
THuRSDAy, AuGuST 30, 2012 • BoyNe CiTy, MiCHiGAN
Thursday, August 30 was anaction-packed day that fea-tured six school sports eventsranging from soccer to volley-ball and ending with the var-sity boy’s football game vs.Kent City at 7 p.m. Also in-cluded in the all-day fun wasface painting, carnival games,dunk tank, balloon animals,door prizes, live music, bar-becue and more.\ 
Th Bn Ct ftball tam taks th ld.
Bn Ct's Landn Karts battls fr pssssn f th ball drng plaaganst Kalkaska.Bn Ct JV ftball halfback Mac Alxandr lks t trn th crnraganst Knt Ct.Ramblr band mmbr Davd Rshlw gts th crwd gng wthhs sax pla.Th bg nal, th Ramblr png-pngdrp, whr sm lck ndvdalwld wn bg przs.Th Bn Ct Ramblrs and th Charlvx Radrs dd battl n th crt drng th Ramblr Da fstvts.Hr Ran McCn (5) and Pag Hrnbck (6) attmpt t blck ths sht attmpt.Bn Ct fans Nah and Rbn takng tm t ps fr a pctrdrng all th fstvts f th rst annal Ramblr Da.Th Ramblr cannn s rd aftr anthr Bn Ct tchdwn
September 6
JV Football
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September 7
• Kakaska at boyne City, 7pm• East Jodan at Hao Spings,7pm• Gaying at Chaevoix, 7pm
September 8
CroSS Country
• Chaevoix Cassic Mud run,9am
• boyne City, Chaevoixat Petoskey Invitationa, 9am
JV VollEyball
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September 6, 2012 Charlevoix County News Page 3B
(LEELANAU PENINSULA,Mich) – The 11th annual HarvestStompede Vineyard Run & Walkand Wine Tour is a great way to ex-perience the beauty of the Lee-lanau Wine Trail at harvest time,with local food pairings and winefrom the exceptional 2011 vintage.The event takes place the weekendof September 8 & 9th, 2012 and isconsidered one of the most scenicrunning & wine touring events inthe Midwest!“Harvest on the Leelanau Penin-sula is an exciting time,” says MattGregory, of Chateau de Leelanau.“As vintners, we have literallywaited all year for this moment. Wehave watched our grapes go fromtiny green marbles to the perfectlyripe fruit that makes our region’swine stand out from the rest. Wewant to share this excitement withyou at this years Harvest Stom-pede. Stop by any one of our 20 Lee-lanau Peninsula wineries and seehow the harvest is going - I’m sureyou won’t be disappointed!”The weekend’s festivities kick off at 9:00am on Saturday morning atCiccone Vineyard with the HarvestStompede race. While race regis-tration is not included with yourwine tour ticket, it’s a great eventfor spectators. The one-of-a-kindcourse meanders through rollingvineyard rows that will be heavywith ripening wine grapes that aresoon to be picked. The race is de-signed for both serious and recre-ational runners or walkers, withoptions for a 5K walk, 5K run, or 7mile run.The Harvest Stompede WineTour starts at 11:00am on Saturdayfollowing the race and continueson Sunday. It features a specialwine pour and food pairing at eachof the 20 Leelanau Peninsula Vint-ners Association member wineries.To highlight our region’s culinaryexcellence, each winery will bepartnering with farmers andrestaurants to feature local ingre-dients in their food pairings.Lodging packages and tickets areon sale now at www.lpwines.com.Harvest Stompede Food PairingsBlack Star Farms will be servingRoasted chicken, mozzarella andbasil rotolo with a smoked tomatocoulis paired with 2010 ArcturosBarrel-Aged Chardonnay.Chateau Fontaine is dishing uptheir Cincinnati Style Dixie Chili“3 Way” on spaghetti topped withcheese featuring Candy Onionsfrom the M-204 Farmers Stand.Cherry Republic will serve theirGreat Hall Reisling paired withBrie and apples and a house madenut sampler.Ciccone is serving Gazpacho – wonderful cold spicy soup full of fresh herbs and vegetables fromthe Ciccone family garden pairedwith their Riesling!45 North is serving locally grownheirloom tomatoes with fresh moz-zarella and basil drizzled with Fus-tini’s olive oil and a dollop of pestowith their crisp 2011 Pinot Gris.Gill’s Pier will be pouring Royce,a dry Pinot Gris blend compli-mented by a Poultry Pasta Primav-era.Good Harbor will be going localwith Carlson’s of Leland fish pateserved with grapes and crackersand paired with their FishtownWhite.Good Neighbor Organic offersgrilled brats then simmered insmoked beer, served naked withhummus and pita. They’ll servethis with cold cider and draft beer!L. Mawby has a Michigan CornArepas with spiced venisonsausage, paired with Conservancy.Silver Leaf will be having anearly Oktoberfest celebration withbratwursts & sauerkraut servedwith their Riesling.Verterra is serving Vol au VentBaked French Brie with VerterraJam (preserves made from winegrapes) and Granny Smith match-stick apples paired with theiraward-winning Pinot Gris.Willow will be serving LocalApple Crisp with caramel toppingalong with their 2011 Semi dryPinot Gris.Ticket InformationThe event routinely sells out andadvance tickets are required. Tick-ets are $40 and include special foodand wine pairings at each tastingroom. They are available online atwww.lpwines.com. Tasting hourson Saturday are 11am to 6pm; Sun-day hours are noon to 5pm. Allticket holders receive a commemo-rative event wine glass as well.
11th Annual Harvest Stompede Vineyard Run & Walk plus Wine TrailEvent Celebrates the Flavor of Harvest on Leelanau Peninsula
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Hicks, Nichols lead Boyne
By Chrs Fel
BOYNE CITY – The Ramblers got a combined 43 killsand eight blocks from junior Kylie Hicks, setterHeather Nichols added 60 assists and five aces andErin Baker finished with 34 digs as Boyne City sweptHarbor Springs and Charlevoix in a Lake MichiganConference tri-meet volleyball on August 30 as part of Boyne City's first-ever Rambler Day.Boyne opened with a 25-23, 25-10,25-15 win over theRams, and then beat the Rayders 25-16, 25-17, 25-15.Charlevoix topped Harbor 25-16, 25-14, 25-14 in theother contest.“We got off to a slow start against Harbor,” Ramblercoach Casie Parker said. “But then we picked it up.”Against the Rams, Hicks finished with 19 kills andfour blocks, while Nichols added 33 assists and fiveaces.Also for Boyne, Rainy McCune finished 17 digs andErin Baker had 16, while McCune, Mary Myers andBaker all served at 100 percent.In the Rambler victory over the Rayders, Hicks fin-ished with 24 kills and four blocks, Baker chipped inwith 18 digs, and Nichols added 27 setter assists. BothBaker and Hicks served at 100 percent in the match.“This was a big match for us,” Parker said, “We havenot beaten Charlevoix in a few years, our girls werepumped from the very first point of the game and keptthe momentum going almost the entire match. Kylieplayed out of her mind today, it was tough to stop her.We also had good and smart game play from MaryMyers.”In the two Rayder contests, Karley Pearsall com-bined to finish with 16 kills, 14 digs, six aces and fiveblocks, while Madeline Boss added 14 kills and 10 digs.Also for Charlevoix, Gloria Greene and Cassidy Pee-bles added 19 and 14 assists, respectively; JennacaHolecheck and Anna Way added 13 digs each and Pee-bles nine.“I am confident that the girls are a fighting team,they want to compete and have high expectations of the team as a whole,” Charlevoix coach Audra Randallsaid. “Our consistency and positive game energy willinfluence the girls being able to be successful on thecourt and win games.”
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By Chrs Fel
EAST JORDAN – The East Jordan volleyball teamrecorded a victory over the Mancelona Lady Ironmen,25-5, 25-15, 25-10 on August 28.For the Red Devils, Paige Poindexter scored 11points, including three aces and five kills. AngieWatkins added nine total points, with four aces, threeblocks, five kills and three digs and Valerie Petersadded nine points, with five aces, three kills and fiveassists.Both Peters and Poindexter served at 100 percent forEast Jordan.The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is onceagain making game day traffic in-formation available for MichiganState University, University of Michigan, and Detroit Lions foot-ball fans on MDOT’s Web site atwww.michigan.gov/mdot. You canfind “Getting to the Game” trafficinformation atwww.michigan.gov/getting-tothegame or you can click on the“Getting to the Game” icon on theMDOT Web site home page. Gameday travel updates will be postedregularly throughout the fall sea-son.Wherever possible, constructionon home game days surroundingevents in East Lansing and AnnArbor will be suspended and lanesreopened. However, MDOT urgesmotorists to drive with caution inthose work zones where restric-tions are still in place.Don’t Barrel Through WorkZones! - Drive Smart to Stay Alive.
MDOT puts traffic information online for game day travelers
The Great Northwest Bass Anglersclub from East Jordan held a basstournament on Lake Margarethe,near Grayling. First place went tothe team of “Goober” Berry and Je-remy Brush. They were the onlyteam to catch a ten fish limit of bass,weighing 21lbs 11oz. Second placewent to the team of Jerry Hepnerand Doug Robinson. Their 5 fishweighed 10 lbs 3oz. Third place wentto Jeff McFarland and Matt Konchel.Their weight was 8lbs 3.5oz, that in-cluded big bass of the day. Mattcaught a big smallmouth thatweighed 4 lbs 15.5 ozThe next meeting is September6th, 7PM at the BRI in Boyne City. If you are interested in joining, showup at a meeting, or contact DanMiller at 231-350-0118
East Jordan Bass Anglershold Tourney on Lake Margarethe
Rchrd “Goober” Berry(l) nd Jeremy Brush ® wth therfrst plce trophes.
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Mtt Konchel nd bg bss of the dy, 4lbs 15.5oz.
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