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Charlevoix County News - Section B - October 25, 2012

Charlevoix County News - Section B - October 25, 2012

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Published by Dave Baragrey
October 25, 2012
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Boyne CiTy, ChArlevoix, eAST JordAn, ellSWorTh And Surrounding AreAS
October 25, 2012
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 Thursday October 25, 2012
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The Lady Loggers captured their first-ever Northern Lakes Confer-ence cross country title. Boyne Falls won all four jamboree eventsthis season.
The senior running back tallied just over 230all-purpose yards in the Rayders victory overEast Jordan. Catt finished with 148 yards onthe ground, 16 yards via the air, and added a70-yard punt return for a touchdown.
By chrs Fel
chrlevx 35,Es Jrdn 14
CHARLEVOIX — TheCharlevoix Rayders picked uptheir first win of the seasonagainst Lake Michigan Confer-ence rival East Jordan at KipkeField on October 19 in bothschool season finale.Rayder senior Tanner Catt fin-ished with 234 all-purpose yardsin front of the home crowd tohelp Charlevoix improve to 1-8overall, 1-5 conference.Catt piled up 148 yards on theground on 10 carries, caught twopasses for 16 yards and added a 70yard punt return for a touchdownto lead the Rayders.Charlie Hamilton gained 39yards on six carries, ShaneSutherland added 29 yards on 10rushes and a TD, and BryanNoirot carried six times for 34yards and a score.The Rayders quarterback duoof Nate Moon and Luke Klingercombined to go 6-of-9 passing for102 yards, with Klinger hookingup with Devin Drain for an 81-yard scoring strike.Alex Brown continued his fineseason with a game-high 15 tack-les, while teammates GreysonSpegele and Corbin Turklesonadded 14 and six respectively.Logan Eckhardt also added an in-terception for the Rayders.The Red Devils concluded theseason 0-9 overall, 0-6 conference.Ben Walton galloped for 102yards rushing on 15 carries andNoah Bacchus sprinted for 78yards on 14 attempts.East Jordan QB Dustin Hejkafinished 4-of-7 passing for 45yards and two touchdowns, Bac-chus had all the receptions forthe Red Devils.On the defensive side of theball, Walton paced the team withnine stops, while Bacchus fin-ished with eight and Jay Grahamsix. Bailey Sargent and WyattCrick chipped in with five stopseach.
Rayders earn first victory overrival Red Devils
Catt finishes with over 200all-purpose yards in win
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(PHoto By Scott RicHaRDS)
Page 2B Charlevoix County News October 25, 2012
Es Jrdn Red Devls
Dig Pink Event 
East Jordan High School's Vol-leyball teams will be hosting a DigPink event on Thursday, October25th. Each player will be playingin honor of someone who has orhad cancer. There will be a bakesale and ribbon sales. All of theproceeds will be donated to EastJordan community members whohave cancer through gas cards(for travel expenses to and fromtreatments). Please come helpsupport those the volleyball teamsand those who have been affectedby this disease.Any questions please contactSierra Roberts atsroberts@ejps.org or 231.675.4333.
at Glen Lake Invitational 
GLEN LAKE – The East JordanLady Red Devils finished runner-up to Leroy Pine River in the GlenLake Invitational Volleyball Tour-nament on October 20.The Red Devils went undefeatedin pool play, with victories overGlen Lake, Kalkaska and Manis-tee, before they advanced to thechampionship bracket where theyfell to Pine River, 20-25, 21-25.“We are still very proud tobring home a second place tro-phy,” East Jordan coach AnneCrick said.Leading the East Jordan teamwas co-MVP's, Katie Spence andAngela Watkins. Spence finishedwith 39 kills, 32 digs, six blocksand 11 aces, and Watkins chippedin with 19 kills, 27 digs, 18 blocksand 10 aces.Also for the Red Devils, ValeriePeters had 29 kills, 38 digs, fourblocks and four aces, whileMcKenna Steltzner added 32 digs.
vs Kalkaska
EAST JORDAN – The Lady RedDevils picked up a Lake MichiganConference victory over Kalkaskaon October 18, behind 12 kills,eight digs and three blocks fromKatie Spence.East Jordan defeated the Blaz-ers 25-13, 25-15, 25-6, to improve to8-8 overall, 6-6 conference.Also for the Red Devils, PaigePoindexter added seven kills; Va-lerie Peters, seven kills, sixblocks; Angela Watkins, eightkills, eight digs and 10 blocks; andStevie Bartig finished with 20points and 19 assists.Bartig, Peters, Spence andWatkins all served at 100 percent.
Byne cy Rmblers
Carrie Bricker-Hauger Memo-rial Tournament 
BOYNE CITY – The host Ram-blers battled hard throughout theday and earned runner-up in theannual Carrie Bricker-HaugerMemorial Volleyball Tournamenton October 20.Boyne defeated Mackinaw City25-10, 25-11; downed Inland Lakes25-20, 25-18; lost to Pellston, 23-25,19-25; split with Kingsley 25-23, 15-25 to go 2-1-1 in pool play, beforeadvancing to bracket play werethey defeated Benzie Central 25-22, 21-25, 15-13; got past Pellston,25-16, 16-25, 15-9, before falling inthe finals to Petoskey 19-25, 15-25.Kylie Hicks finished with 52kills, 51 digs and 14 blocks andHeather Nichols added 100 assists,17 kills and eight aces to lead theRamblers.Also for Boyne, Erin Bakeradded 80 digs, eight aces; MaryMyers 50 digs, eight blocks; Court-ney Weldon 40 digs and MalloryKarasewski had 15 kills.“We played some of the best vol-leyball we have all season today,”Rambler coach Casie Parker said.“Rainy McCune had a great allaround day, as did Kylie Hicksand Heather Nichols and ErinBaker was all over the court dig-ging.Boyne City is 30-13-5 overall.
vs Grayling
BOYNE CITY – The Ramblersgot 30 assists from HeatherNichols and 18 digs from KylieHicks as Boyne earned a LakeMichigan Conference win overGrayling on October 18.The Ramblers improved to 26-11-4 overall, 11-3 conference withthe 25-16, 26-24, 25-10 victory.Also for Boyne City, Erin Bakerhad 18 digs and Hicks added 13digs.Courtney Weldon, Mary Myers,Rainy McCune and MalloryKarasewski all served at 100 per-cent.“The girls played well tonight,we got momentum early, whichled to us being able to try somenew things before districts,”Boyne coach Casie Parker said.Parker also credited Baker andWeldon with outstanding defense.
Ellswrh Lners
vs Alba
ELLSWORTH – The LadyLancers took three volleyballgames from Alba on senior nighton October 16.The Lancers won 25-8, 25-19, 25-17.Kari Steenwyk finished with 15kills, nine digs; Tara Essenbergadded 15 kills; Whitney Heard 17assists 11 digs; while AshleyDrenth and Carissa Karavas fin-ished with five aces and served at100 percent on the night.“We struggled at times with ourserving but overall I was satisfiedwith the night,” Ellsworth coachLinda Steenwyk said. “Our pass-ing continues to improve, I felt wegot a little sloppy on the secondgame and our offense struggleswhen that happens, but we cameback and focused better in thethird game. Great team win girls!”
chrlevx Ryders
vs Grayling
CHARLEVOIX – The Raydersgot 23 kills and five blocks fromKarley Pearsall as they defeatedGrayling in a Lake Michigan Con-ference volleyball match on Octo-ber 18.Charlevoix won 25-12, 25-11, 25-8to improve to 10-3 in the LMC.“As we continue to prepare forour post-season the girls are get-ting better at trying plays we havebeen practicing and putting themactually into the game play,”Charlevoix coach Audra Randallsaid. “Tonight, was also a greatteam effort. All girls earned courttime and did well playing to-gether.”Madeline Boss added 10 kills,seven digs and two aces; GloriaGreene added 22 assists; KatieParamo added five digs; KelseyPischner finished with threeblocks, two kills and four digs.Madi Carey and Anna Way eachchipped in three kills, and Cas-sidy Peebles added nine assists.Boss and Paramo each served at100 percent.“This was our last game toplayed on the Rayders home courtthis season,” Randall added. “Thegirls acknowledged the sweetnessof winning on their home courtbut more so that they are theCharlevoix Rayder Volleyballteam.”
Byne cy's kyle Hs (10) eleves fr hs ll sh n he Rmblers “Pn Gme” gns El Rpds  wee g.
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october 25
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October 25, 2012 Charlevoix County News Page 3B
& Development
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By chrs Fel
BOYNE FALLS – The Loggerscross country teams swept theNorthern Lakes Conferencefinal jamboree and claimed aleague title for both squads inthe process as the Logger duo of Marcus Matelski and EricaWestbrook finished first in theirrespective races.The Loggers girls finishedwith 34 points, followed byEllsworth with 61; MackinawCity 74; and Alba 82.The final league standingsafter the four jamboree meets;Boyne Falls four points;Ellsworth eight; Mackinaw City13; Alba 15; and Wolverine 20.The Logger boys took the meetwith 26 points, followed byAlba's 54; Mackinaw City 92; andWolverine 107.The final league standings;Boyne Falls four points; Alba,nine; Mackinaw city 12; Wolver-ine 15; and Ellsworth 20.The top 10 runners in eachrace earned All-Northern Lakesfirst team honors, while runners11-20 were honorable mention.Boyne Falls freshman, Matel-ski set the pace for the boys race,finishing in a time of 18:49, fol-lowed by teammate Kory Skop in19:23; Hunter Williams, sixth,19:56; Brendan Matelski, ninth,20:16; and Max Reed, 10th, 20:20.Also for the Loggers, AndrewStevens, 11th; Kyle Byrne,12th;Josh Lange, 13th; TrumanCrego, 14th; Kevin Lange, 18th;William Miller, 21st; and CrosbyBoettger, 31st.Westbrook took the girls racein 21 minutes, 34 seconds.Also for the Lady Loggers, Na-talie Aikens 5th in 24:08; KayleeWilson, 7th in 24:38; and KatelynWilson was 10th, 26:00. OtherLogger girl finisheres; MeganByrne,11th; Madison Skop, 14th;Kurstin Wilson, 17th; KayleeHerman, 18th; and KelsiChurchill, 24th.The Ellsworth girls were ledby Taryn Rozema's third placefinish in 23:51, followed byLarissa Fisher, 4th, 24:07.Also for the Lancer girls,Crissa Karavas was 13th, whileKatelyn Sowers was 20th; andLexi Lambert, 21st.Nate Veldboom was 25th forthe Lancer boys and ZachWynkoop was 28th.
Loggers make school historywith Cross Country sweep
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(PHoto By RacHEL LaNGE)
By chrs Fel
Grylng 21,Byne cy 0
BOYNE CITY – With theweather cooperating, many envi-sioned the two undefeated teamsexchanging scoring drives, butwhen it came down to it, it wasthe defenses that rose to the oc-casion as Grayling came awaywith a 21-0 Lake Michigan Con-ference victory and the leaguetitle at Earl Brotherston Field onOctober 19.The visiting Vikings capturedtheir first-ever LMC crown, cap-ping a 9-0 overall, 6-0 conferenceregular season.The Ramblers finished theregular season with an impres-sive 8-1, 5-1 mark.Grayling took the openingkickoff and proceeded to movedown the field before the Boynedefense stopped them on afourth and four from the Ram-bler 26 yard line.Boyne City's Jamael Kellypicked up a Rambler first downwith a 12-yard gain, and MalikSmith broke free of would betacklers for a gain of seven, be-fore quarterback Corey Redmanmoved the chains on a fourthand one at the 6:49 mark of theopening quarter.After a Bradley Fouchia firstdown, Redman and Fouchiahooked up on the next play for a15-yard gain and a first and goalfrom the 4 yard line with 5:30 leftin the quarter.That would be as close as theRamblers would get.Before the next play could besnapped, Boyne was called for adelay of game penalty, and Red-man was sacked for a six yardloss on the next play.After a completion to Fouchia,a fourth down pass attempt fellincomplete, giving Grayling theball deep in their own territory.The Vikings wasted little timein getting out of the shadow of their goal post as quarterbackJake Swander found a streakingTyler McClanahan for a 26 yardpick-up. Swander then tossed a65-yard pass into the open armsof receiver Kevin Harris, mov-ing Grayling to the BC 21 yardline.The Vikings would punch it infrom one yard out as Ty Jensenwent in untouched. The pointafter was unsuccessful.Grayling would pick up an-other score with just over fourminutes remaining in the half and add their final tally with6:34 left in the third, taking ad-vantage of short field (from theBoyne nine yard line) due to amishandled Rambler punt at-tempt.Freshman Smith carried 15times for 63 yards to lead theBoyne City offense, whileFouchia added 35 on three at-tempts, he also finished withthree receptions for 31 yards.Defensively, Alan Manross hada game-high 11 tackles, whileBrady Calo added eight; ConnorMills an Zach Wandrie finishedwith seven each.Boyne City will play host toMaple City Glen Lake, 8-1, at 7p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, in a Division6 playoff game at Earl Brother-ston Field.
Viking offense capitalizes on opportunities
Ramblers taste first defeat
Byne cy's Jmel kelly (32) fllws he led bl f Ml Smh (40).
(PHoto By BoB GiNGERicH)
Rmbler QB crey Redmn (16) fund lle me  hrw wh heGrylng defensve pressure n he bfeld ll ngh.
(PHoto By RoB DEFoRGE oF RD SPoRtS PHoto)
Lake Michigan conference
Team Conf
Grayling.......................6 - 0 - 0......................9 - 0 - 0Boyne City...................5 - 1 - 0......................8 - 1 - 0Kalkaska......................4- 2 - 0.......................7 - 2 - 0Elk Rapids....................3 - 3 - 0......................4 - 5 - 0Harbor Springs............2 - 4 - 0......................3 - 6 - 0Charlevoix....................1 - 5 - 0......................1 - 8 - 0East Jordan..................0 - 6 - 0......................0 - 9 - 0

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