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By Mike DunnGAYLORD – It was aneventful week for the Gaylordgirls of coach Frank Hamilla.League victories at home onTuesday and on the roadFriday followed by a game onthe road against tough, tal-ented non-league foe Clareon Saturday.On Tuesday, Feb. 5, theBlue Devils entertained thehome crowd with an impres-sive 58-50 triumph over Big North rival Traverse City Central, but that wasn’t thebiggest news of the night.Senior captain MackenzieEdwards, the Blue Devils’lethal lefty, passed the 1,000-point scoring milestone withher very first basket of thenight. The game was stoppedbriefly as Mackenzie receivedthe game ball from coachHamilla and her worthy accomplishment was recog-nized by the large, throaty crowd of Gaylord supporters,many of them there specifi-cally to watch Mac make his-tory [see separate story onMackenzie’s milestone in thisissue].“What a great accomplish-ment for Mackenzie to get1,000 points,” Hamilla said.“I’m really proud of her andso is the whole team. She worked really hard for this.Mackenzie, who is taking her talents to Lake SuperiorState after she graduates inthe spring, became the thirdplayer in the history of theGaylord girls program toreach the coveted 1,000-point plateau. Shanna Prattand Kelli (Krajniak) Parkerachieved the feat before her.Ironically, Kelli was Mac’scoach when Mac wasbrought onto the varsity as afreshman and Kelli, a highschool physical educationinstructor, remains Mac’smentor. Assistant coach MikeDeerfield also played a key role in Mac’s progress as aplayer over the years.Mackenzie put points1,000 and 1,001 on the board with a signature 10-foot jumper in the first quarterand she padded her totalsafter that, finally finishing  with a game-high 22 points.In spite of missing several weeks with an injured wristsustained early on and notcoming back until January,Mac is still the among theleading scorers in the ruggedBig North this season. She was also the leading leaguescorer last year and was run-ner-up the year before that.Mac also hauled in six boards against the Trojansand put seven of her pointson the board in the first quar-ter as Gaylord assumed a 15-11 advantage.Junior Maddie Hamillahammered the nets for 10points, including a rare four-point play in the first quarterto help fuel the Blue Devils’early drive out of the gates.Maddie also made six rebounds.Senior forward Alex Simmons struck for 10 pointsas well and showed up big under the glass, securing ateam-high seven rebounds with a typical blue-collareffort. Fellow senior forwardsChelsea Fox and StephanieButtrick each generatedseven points and exchangesbruises with the Central big girls down low. Chelseagrabbed six boards andStephanie was solid defen-sively, as usual.Senior point guard SarahPolena was perpetual motiononce again, covering thefloor like a fresh coat of wax.Polena penetrated with pur-pose, finding open team-mates time and time againfor quality shots at the buck-et. When it was over, Sarahaccumulated a whopping nine assists.Hamilla also creditedLauren Hintz with a solideffort off the bench, bringing a jolt of high-octane energy to the floor.Jessie Heemstra hit for 19to pace the Trojans and TylerRawlings rang up 14.“All in all it was a goodteam victory,” Hamilla said.“When we get this type of balance we’re hard to beat.Mackenzie sealed the victory,making 5 out of 6 free throwsin the final minutes.The Gaylord JV girls alsoturned in a solid showing,beating the Trojans 47-41.Sweet-shooting Sydney Kassuba connected for 13points and cornered 10boards for a double-doubleand she also recorded foursteals. Freshman Brandi Wagner waxed the twine for12 points and covered thefloor defensively like greenon a grass blade, making anamazing eight steals. Brandialso made five assists.Lindsey Zaremba addedsome zip to the attack also,zooming in for 12 points, andJulia Chwatum churned outthree.ON FRIDAY in the annual“pink” fundraiser for cancerresearch at Alpena, the BlueDevils, wearing pink shorts,prevailed 49-34 to push theirrecord to 4-4 in the Big Northand 7-7 overall.Gaylord trailed by four atthe half but came out strong defensively in the third quar-ter and shut the Wildcatsdown. Alex Simmons sank ahuge trey to help spark theBlue Devils in the third quar-ter. Alex finished the night with 13 points.Mac led the way again, thistime making the twine danceto the tune of 21 points andshe also pulled down 10boards for a double-double.Mac also recorded fourassists and three steals. Fox corralled seven reboundsand Hamilla hauled in five.Polena produced five assists.Christina Kollien connect-ed for eight to lead the Wildcats.The Gaylord JV prevailedagain, 42-32.ON SATURDAY, the BlueDevils made the long trip toClare for a quick turnaroundgame and suffered an 80-54loss to a very talented oppo-nent.Mac made 19 on the nightand Simmons struck for 14 with three steals. Polenapummeled the iron for nineand dished off four assists.The feisty Fox put the find onseven rebounds while Macmuscled in four boards andMaddie and Polena each hadthree.“I think Clare was one of the better teams we facedthis year,” Hamilla reported.“They were very balanced with three girls in double fig-ures and two others withnine points. We were only down seven at halftime butthey came out and scored thefirst 7 points of the 3rd quar-ter and took off from there. “I think playing in Alpenaless then 24 hours before theClare game took a toll on us,but don't take anything away from Clare,” he added. “They  were a very talented and well-coached team.Gaylord (7-8, 4-4) is homeagainst T.C. West this Friday,Feb. 15. On Tuesday, Feb. 19,the Blue Devils play atCheboygan.
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Blue Devils outscore T.C. Central at home, Alpena on road as Mackenzie reachesscoring milestone
 
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By Mike DunnGAYLORD – The Gaylordboys were hoping to make ittwo wins in a row when Big North foe Alpena came totown Friday. The Blue Devils,coming off a tense overtimevictory at Traverse City Central on Tuesday, Feb. 5, were looking to keep a goodthing going and gain theirfirst home victory of the sea-son at the same time. And it would have been especially nice if it could come onSenior Night.It didn’t happen, though.The Blue Devils of coach TimO’Rourke battled aggressive-ly and hard once again butfell short against the talented Wildcats, dropping a 60-44decision. Alpena, whichenjoyed a notable heightadvantage, improved to 8-4overall and 5-4 in the Big North while Gaylord fell to 2-13 and 1-7.Senior guard Tyler Frischturned in another fine per-formance in front of the largehome crowd, firing home 19points to pace the BlueDevils. He dialed in fourtimes from 3-point land inthe contest.Fellow seniors ZachLundell and Cam Taylor eachtallied six points and hard- working James Dunn andBryan Rabine each rang upfour. Senior Tyler Cherry poured in a triple in the sec-ond quarter and helpedspark a defensive uprising that enabled the Blue Devilsto outscore Alpena in theframe. Chris Stout and RyanChrencik also brought freshlegs and a fiery intensity tothe floor in the quarter.The Blue Devils battled,like always, but didn’t havean answer for Alpena’s LukeCordes, who cracked the ironfor 24 points to lead the visi-tors. Andrew Marwede wound up with 14 points.The Gaylord JV lost aheartbreaker, 52-51.ON TUESDAY, the BlueDevils traveled to Centraland came away with a sweet41-38 overtime win. The vic-tory was especially nicebecause Central rallied in thefinal seconds to edge Gaylordin the season opener on theBlue Devils’ court.It was Gaylord’s second win of the season and firstleague victory.Frisch found the bottom of the bucket for 11 points tolead a balanced Gaylordscoring chart. ZachPasternak added some zap of his own, zeroing in for 10points to join Frisch in dou-ble digits on a night whenpoints didn’t come in bunch-es. Stout stoked the nets foreight points and turned in histypically tough, blue-collarperformance.Stout was sturdy ondefense, too, and Chrencik,Cherry and Dunn providedsome suffocating defense as well.Ethan Pularski put 11points on the board forCentral with seven boardsand Colin Lesoski camedown with seven boards.The Trojans, coming off anupset of Petoskey the week before, fell to 3-11 overall and3-5 in the league.The Gaylord JV alsosecured victory, posting a 57-45 decision as Blayne Baker,Marcus O’Rourke, StevenFitzek and Collin Watters allpoured in points and CottonNeff contributed durabletwo-way play.Gaylord (2-13, 1-7) plays atT.C. West on Thursday, Feb.14. On Friday, Feb. 22, theBlue Devils are on the roadagainst Cadillac.
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Gaylord boys split BNC games
Free-throw shooting lifts Northman past visiting T.C. West in key Big North battle
By Mike DunnPETOSKEY – The Petoskey boys of coach Dennis Starkey  won a critical Big NorthConference clash against vis-iting Traverse City West onFriday, shooting the lightsout from the free-throw stripe to edge the talentedTitans by a razor-thin 54-52margin.The Northmen, whoimproved to 13-2 overall and7-2 in the league, entertaineda large Hall of Fame Nightcrowd with the thrilling win. West slipped to 10-5 and 7-3.The teams had been tied forthe top spot along withCadillac in the league stand-ings going into the game andnow Petoskey, the defending champ, remains tied for first with Cadillac which was 11-2and 6-2 at the time of this writing.Senior forward Erik Davenport was deadly as arattler from the stripe, going 5-for-6 in the fourth quarteras the Northmen kept them-selves a nose ahead of thechasing Titans. Davenportfinished another productivenight with 19 points. Erik wasgreat at finding open team-mates, too, notching threeassists.Senior guard SamBaumgartner was also bril-liant when it counted themost, slinging home 3-of-4from the line in the finalminute.Petoskey trailed 39-38 afterthree quarters of the seesaw battle. The Northmenassumed the lead down thestretch behind Davenport’shot hand. West twicetrimmed Petoskey’s lead to just a single point in the final30 seconds of play but theresilient Northmen were upto the challenge each time,much to the delight of thePetoskey faithful in thestands.Baumgartner brought ninepoints through the iron anddid his usual deft job of han-dling enemy pressure.Hard-nosed junior forwardJoe LeBlanc launched 12points and steady seniorQuinn Ameel, reliable as thetimes tables, hit for 10 anddialed in twice from long dis-tance. Adam Bayer, seeing more floor time than usualbecause of Louie Lamberti’sfoul trouble, gave the Titans amajor headache with hisleech-like defensive pressureand LeBlanc was a bear ondefense as well, covering thedangerous Jeremiah Williamslike a second coat of skin. Alex Scott struck for 16 tolead the Titans and Kendrick Meyer made 13 and grabbedsix rebounds. Williams waxedthe nets for eight with fourrebounds.Petoskey bowed to theTitans in the tight JV game,59-52. Parker Monley plowed15 points through the ironand he was joined in doubledigits by Nick Mesnard (12)and Teddy Tamm (11).The undefeated Petoskey freshmen won 51-45 to go to14-0. Marion Wingster wasflying high for the Northmen,making the twine tingle tothe tune of 18 points, andPeter Crittenden cracked therim for 13. Brandon Carsonand Parker Goodrich eachgarnered nine points.Petoskey (13-2, 7-2) playshost to Ogemaw Heights inanother Big North clash thisFriday, Feb. 15.
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By Mike DunnGAYLORD – A greatachievement for a terrific young lady.Gaylord senior MackenzieEdwards, a scoring machinefor the Blue Devils during herfour years as a varsity starter,did something on Tuesday,Feb. 5, that only two otherGaylord players before herever did. She surpassed 1,000points for her career.The only other Gaylordplayers to achieve that out-standing milestone wereShanna Pratt, who accumu-lated 1,286 points during herstellar career, and Kelli(Krajniak) Parker, who lit itup for 1,038 points in hercareer.Ironically, it was KelliParker who was coaching theGaylord varsity whenMackenzie came through asa freshman and decided thatMac was ready to play on thevarsity right away. Kelli, who went on to earn All-Americanhonors at Oakland University and score 1,000 points in col-lege, also happens to beMac’s gym teacher and men-tor.Mackenzie’s milestonemoment came in the Big North game against TraverseCity Central in front of thefrenzied home crowd. Thelethal lefty did what she haddone hundreds of times inthe past, leaping high toknock down a 10-foot jumperon her very first attempt of the game.Mac not only surpassed1,000 points for her career,she also drained 22 pointsaltogether for the game andhelped the Blue Devils postan impressive 58-50 triumph.Mac made seven of herpoints in the first quarter asGaylord surged to an early lead. Then she hit 5-of-6 crit-ical free throws down thestretch to help her team sus-tain the lead in the fourthquarter. A typically effectivenight for the senior.On Friday at Alpena, Macmade the twine dance for 21more points, leading all scor-ers as Gaylord won again, 49-34. She also hauled in 10rebounds for a double-dou-ble.On Saturday, in the loss atClare, Mac led all scorersagain with 19 points.Going into the Big Northgame that was played onTuesday, Feb. 12, at TraverseCity Central, Mackenzie had1,061 career points, making her second all time in the his-tory of Gaylord girls hoops.
Mac hits milestone with early jumperat home vs. T.C. Central; she is thirdplayer for Gaylord girls to reach 1,000-point plateau
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By Mike DunnTRAVERSE CITY – ThePetoskey girls made it 11 and12 in a row last week, earn-ing a decision overCheboygan on Tuesday, Feb.5, and then beating Big North foe Traverse City Weston Thursday, Feb. 7.The 36-16 victory at thecourt of the Titans pushedPetoskey’s record to a stellar15-2 overall and 9-1 in theleague. The Northmen aretied with Cadillac atop theleague standings.The Northmen winning streak has been fueled by asimply suffocating defense.Counting the 65-20 win overT.C. Central on Friday, Feb. 1,and the 47-16 win overCheboygan, the Northmen were giving up a minisculeaverage of 17 points pergame this month heading into the league game athome against Ogemaw onFriday, Feb. 15. With the Northmen giving up points as grudgingly asScrooge giving up nickels,any points the offense gen-erates are a bonus.Senior wing Kelsey Ancehas been a point producerfor Petoskey throughout heroutstanding hardwoodcareer. On Thursday, shecanned a game-high 12points to go with six boardsand she also added to thedefensive energy, making three steals.Fellow senior MeganTompkins cast a long shad-ow in the paint with her 6-foot-3 frame, generating eight points and eightrebounds, and senior guard Alyssa VanWerden van-quished the iron for sevenpoints and she also pulleddown five rebounds. LizFraser and Jayme Larsenstoked the defensive fires with their intense play.Petoskey led 13-5 at half-time after limiting the Titansto just one field goal in theentire first half, a jumperfrom Lauren Ellison.The Northmen still had just 13 points with threeminutes left in the thirdquarter when HannahScholten finally broke thespell with a 3-pointer that was very welcome fromPetoskey’s perspective.Hannah’s trey opened thefloodgates and theNorthmen pulled away afterthat.Katie Placek, who wasdraped all night by persist-ent Petoskey defender VanWerden, was limited tofour points for the Titans, who fell to 6-10 and 6-3. Shealso grabbed sevenrebounds. West won the JV game 27-17 and also the freshmengame 33-17.Makenna Matson scored11 for the Titan frosh andSydney Lesperance Launched seven pointsand latched onto nineboards.ON TUESDAY, Feb. 5, theNorthmen outscored visiting Cheboygan 47-16 to wintheir 11th straight game andimprove to 14-2.Petoskey pushed to an 18-5 first-quarter lead and 27-7at the half.Senior wing Kelsey Anceconnected for a game-high14 points to lead Petoskey and she also generated fourassists. Fellow senior Alyssa VanWerden wired in 10points through the iron,including a trey, and madethree rebounds.Rangy Megan Tompkinstallied eight with sevenboards and slick sophomoreguard Kati Lewis made threeassists. Liz Fraser fueled thefire from the bench, record-ing three boards with threeassists, and Jayme Larsenand Abby Blanchard alsomade contributions off thebench, each hitting fourpoints.Holly Socolovitch struck for six points to leadCheboygan (9-6), whichplayed hard but battled allnight to get open looks at thebucket against the swarming Northmen. BridgetBlaskowski and BrookeHancoach each put threepoints on the board.The Chiefs did win thetight JV clash 26-24 as Autumn Hodak hit for nine.For Petoskey, it was Tilly Koboski collecting 10 andMegan Sysko muscling downeight rebounds. Lily Kingmacaged the Chief ball handlersfor six steals.
Northmen win 11th and 12th straightgames, push to 15-2 mark overall and 9-1in Big North
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By Mike DunnCENTRAL LAKE — TheJohannesburg-Lewistongirls of coach Heather Huff traveled to the court of Central Lake, a pretty goodSki Valley foe, on Thursday,Feb. 7, and posted a 52-38decision.The Cardinals, honorablemention in Class C, pushedtheir record to 16-1 overalland 13-1 in the league withthe regular season coming to a rapid close. Central Lakeslipped to 8-7 and 5-6.It was versatile senior wing Abby Schlicher helpedlead the way for J-L onceagain as she nears a notablescoring milestone.“Acetylene Abby” smokedthe nets for a team-high 12points as she turned inanother effective two-way performance for theCardinals.  Abby, who will soon sur-pass the 1,000-point plateaufor her career, is much morethan just a scorer, as her statlines always show. In the winover Central Lake, Abby cov-ered the floor like a freshcoat of wax on defense, ter-rorizing the Trojan ball han-dlers while securing eightsteals. She also dished off five assists. Abby needed 16 points toreach 1,000 going into thegame at home againstleague foe Pellston onTuesday, Feb. 12.Long-armed freshmancenter Maddie Showermanalso showed up big atCentral Lake, pouring in 16points. Junior Brittany Cherwinski made the twinechurn for nine points of scoring. Hard-nosedHannah Huff hit for fivepoints and hauled in eightboards. Katelyn Weaver andHailey Weaver also helpedthe cause. Katelyn andHailey were eager Weaversunder the boards, each gath-ering in seven rebounds.Lauren Rogers rang up 15points for the Trojans andHaley Patton hit for eight.ON TUESDAY, Feb. 5, theCardinals secured a 69-49decision at home overInland Lakes in a tough,physical battle.Schlicher fired in 17points to lead the J-L scoring ledger and she also generat-ed five steals. Cherwinskitallied 13 with six boards.Showerman rained down 12points through the iron and was into piracy as well aspoints, producing five steals.Hannah Huff hauled in 10boards with five points andKatelyn Weaver waxed thenets for seven points and dida Windex number down low,grabbing six rebounds.Steady, sweet-shooting senior Sandy Bischoff, whohas been having a solid sea-son for I-Lakes, scored 20 inthe loss.The J-L varsity has beenhaving another super seasonunder coach Huff’s tutelageand the JV girls of coachMcVannel have been noth-ing less than perfect thus far.J-L improved to 16-0 over-all and 13-0 in the Ski Valley  with impressive wins over I-Lakes and Central Lake.The girls outscored I-Lakes 63-24 got took care of the Trojans 52-29.In the win over theBulldogs, it was super soph-omore Madison Ewing mak-ing the twine twitch to thetune of 22 points to lead the way for the Cardinals.Maddie also made pinpointpasses to teammates,recording six assists, and shemade Bulldog ball handlersvery nervous with her suffo-cating surround-sounddefense, recording six steals. Ashley May assaulted theiron for 11 points to go witheight boards and Kelsey Cherwinski churned outnine points with five boardsand had an eye for openteammates, notching six assists. Emily Aisthorpetossed in eight points and wiped the glass clean, taking in nine rebounds. After playing host toPellston on Tuesday, Feb. 12,the Cardinals are slated toplay at Mancelona onThursday, Feb. 14 beforehosting tough non-leaguefoe Boyne Falls on Thursday,Feb. 21, in the final regular-season game.
Schlicher nears 1,000-point mark asCardinals look to finish regular season onstrong note; McVannel’s JV squad remainsunbeaten
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GAYLORD – The Gaylordfreshmen girls faced a very tough Clare squad onSaturday, Feb. 9. Clareoutscored the Blue Devils56-12.Maddy Sides strummedthe nets for 10 points to leadGaylord and Alaina Taylorturned the twine for two.Lylan Dao was defiant ondefense, covering the floorlike wall-to-wall carpeting after coming off the bench.“I’m proud of theimprovements these girlscontinue to make,” saidcoach Jessi Matelski. “We’veplayed some great teamsbut the girls continue to givetheir all and improve every day.”
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