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By Mike DunnPETOSKEY – The Petoskey boys are just perfect. Still.The Northmen of coachDennis Starkey pushed theirundefeated mark this seasonto 9-0 and 4-0 in the Big North with a pair of work-manlike victories last week.On Tuesday, Jan. 15,Petoskey used super pressurein the second half to pullaway for a 53-36 win at homeover game-but-outmannedCharlevoix. On Friday, Jan.18, the Northmen enter-tained Alpena and secured a63-43 decision in the leagueclash.Not only did the two winskeep Petoskey percolating and perfect this season, italso propelled Petoskey’sconsecutive win streak athome to a whopping 49 in arow.The win over Charlevoix didn’t come as easily as thefinal score might make itappear. The Rayders hustledand played hard and didenough things defensively tokeep Petoskey out of sync inthe first two quarters andkeep the game close.The Northmen foundthemselves trailing 21-20 atthe half, a very unfamiliarplace to be on the homefloor, and they came out fly-ing in the third quarter, play-ing with a passion and pur-pose that sometimes didn’tshow in the first 16 minutesof play.The Northmen, who nodoubt received some verbal“inspiration” from coachStarkey during intermission,outscored the visitors 27-8 inthe third quarter to take con-trol of things.The long arms and heady play of Erik Davenporthelped fuel the second-half surge. Erik finished whatturned out to be a productivenight with 18 points, includ-ing a dial-it-up connectionfrom long distance, and sen-ior guard Sam Baumgartner,dependable as the timestables this season, was inbust-out mode as well, scor-ing seven of his 17 points inthe decisive third quarter.Senior Quinn Ameel addedeight points, all from thefloor, and “Lights Out” LouieLamberti and Shea Whitmoreeach helped the cause withtwine-jumping shots frombeyond the arc. Reliable JoeLeBlanc brought down fourrebounds and brought infour points. Lamberti lockedonto five rebounds.Sawyer Russell struck for10 to lead the visiting Rayders (5-2) while ZachHankins hit for eight andCharlie Hamilton for seven.Tanner Catt contributed six.The Petoskey JV also won,outscoring the Rayders 60-55. Jason Bur was a Beast forthe young Northmen, bust-ing the nets for 17 points, andParker Monley helped putthe offense into overdrive with his 15 points.Petoskey edged theRayders 58-21 in the fresh-men game as Brendan Smithsmote the iron for 15 pointsand Peter Crittenden crackedthe rim for 12.IN THE win over Alpena onFriday, it was Mr. Davenportdoing more damage downlow for the Northmen in the20-point win. Davenportdelivered the goods, making the net dance to the tune of ateam-high 15 points to leadanother balanced scoring assault.Shea Whitmore addedsome high octane to theattack off the bench, waxing the nets for 14 points.Baumgartner blistered thetwine for 13 and LeBlanc didthe usual “J-Lab” launching from the floor, landing adozen points through therim.Quinn Ameel, who doesmany of the important, pro-ductive things away from theball that don’t always show up on the stat sheet, queuedin for eight points.Tyler Pintar put 16 on theboard for the Wildcats, whoslipped to 5-2 and 2-3, andangular Luke Cordes con-nected for 15.The Petoskey JV improvedto 6-3 with a 52-36 triumphover the Wildcats. JasonBur spurred theoffense, as usual,burying 15points, and Evan Whitmore addedsome whack of his own, scoring 12.Petoskey (9-0, 4-0) put itsunbeaten mark on the line atGaylord on Tuesday, Jan. 22,after this issue went to press.The Northmen go for 50 in arow when they return homeon Friday, Jan. 25, to faceCadillac in a huge leagueshowdown.
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By Mike DunnPOSEN – It was anothergood night for the Mio boysand a night that MicahThomey of the Thunderbolts will always remember.The Mio boys made it ninein a row on Friday, Jan. 18,outscoring host Posen 74-36in a North Star League clash.Thomey surpassed the 1,000-point scoring plateau in hisstellar four-year varsity career during the game. Hehit for 13 points to go withnine assists and four boardsin his history-making night. As a team, Mio was hotterthan a Texas prairie in Augustfrom the charity stripe, hit-ting a whopping 20-of-26attempts in the game.Colton McGregor pulledthe trigger on 14 points andDennis Kann III canned 11 to join Micah in double digits.Big Ben Lubitz and BryceDeGrammont delivered 10points apiece to help theThunderbolt cause and SethThomey helped make it allpossible with his pinpoint,surgical passes as he record-ed six assists. Tommy Vaughn was a vacuum down low,grabbing five rebounds.Nick Kincka connected for19 points to lead Posen (4-5,2-5) and Travis Sharpe struck for 10.ON TUESDAY, Jan. 15, theThunderbolts defeatedTawas 46-41.Point guard Seth Thomey twirled the twine for 14points to lead another bal-anced scoring assault and healso made everyone aroundhim better, recording eightassists. Aaron Georgieff with 11points and Big Ben Lubitz with 10 were also in doublefigures and BryceDeGrammont put the grabon six rebounds.Chaz Coffin was deadly from the floor, hitting for 13to lead Tawas.Mio, which improved to 9-0 and 7-0 in the league,played at Hale on Tuesday,Jan. 22, after this issue wentto press. On Friday, Jan. 25,Mio plays host to league foe Atlanta and on Monday, Jan.28, the Thunderbolts arehome again against Lincoln- Alcona.
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By Mike DunnGAYLORD – Inland Lakessenior guard DakotahDavedowski, calm as a wind-less sea, made three straightfree throws in the final sec-onds to give the Bulldogs asuper-tense, come-from-behind 46-45 victory at thecourt of Gaylord St. Mary onThursday, Jan. 17.Jubilant I-Lakes coach JoeMahoney laudedDavidowski’s eerily calmdemeanor with the game onthe line. Dakotah’s deliveriesfrom the charity stripe gavethe Bulldogs their first victo-ry of the season.It was a heartbreaking lossfor the Snowbirds, who ral-lied from 18-12, 24-23 and39-35 deficits at the quarterbreaks to finally overtake thedetermined Bulldogs late inthe contest. An old-fashioned three-point play from angular jun-ior forward Charles Strehlgave the Snowbirds their firstlead of the game, 44-43, withless than 40 seconds remain-ing.Nick Harrington added apoint to the lead with a freethrow with 11 seconds to go,putting the Bulldogs twopoints behind on their finalpossession.Davedowski went for the win with the final buzzersounding, launching a shotfrom beyond the arc. Theshot was off the mark but therefs ruled that Davedowski was fouled.Dakotah, who had a splen-did game for the victors, did-n’t go south with the gameon the line, nailing all threefree throws to give theBulldogs the tense, dramaticvictory.Davedowski made the netdance to the tune of 22points in the contest to leadthe battling Bulldogs.Trench-tough Todd Athey tallied 12 while Richard Armbruster hit for eight andNick Howery hit for six as I-Lakes improved to 1-7 and 1-6 in the league.Strehl struck for 20 pointsto pace the Snowbirds of coach Ken Blust. PatO’Connor, who was com-mended by Blust for playing a “smart game,” connectedfor nine points. Willy Canfield canned fourpoints, as did hard-nosedsenior forward Nick Lochinski and Harrington.ON TUESDAY, Jan. 15, theSnowbirds played host tosurging Mancelona and took the Ironmen to the wire in atough 60-55 defeat.O’Connor, Lochinski andStrehl led a very balanced St.Mary attack with 10 pointsapiece. O’Connor also col-lected four steals with hisaggressive defense andStrehl secured five rebounds.Matt Spyhalski producednine points with four steals.Cameron Juneac put some jolt into the attack with eightpoints and the silky-smoothHarrington also tallied eight.St. Mary was down 17points at the half beforestorming back to make agame of it in the second half.“I challenged my guys toget after them at halftimeand that challenge was final-ly accepted in the fourthquarter,” Blust reported. “Ithought our energy was defi-nitely there, causing turnovers and converting. We had our chance to closeout the game, yet a couplemissed rebounds gaveMancelona extra life, and we just couldn't finish out."Blust was especially pleased with the defensiveeffort of Harrington guard-ing Mancelona’s prolificsophomore scorer BrandonDingman.
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By Mike DunnGAYLORD – The stage wasset perfectly for the rematchbetween Ski Valley powersJohannesburg-Lewiston andGaylord St. Mary that took place on Tuesday, Jan. 22, inthe Snowbirds’ gym. Thegame was played after thisissue of the Weekly Choice went to press.St. Mary was seeking toreverse the narrow 50-48defeat at the hands of theCardinals in the first meeting between the teams atJohannesburg on Dec. 12.Much was riding on theoutcome of the game, whichalso served as the annual“Rivals Rally for the Cure”fundraiser for breast cancerresearch. Each year theCardinals and Snowbirdssquare off in the “RivalsRally” game, switching thevenue each time.St. Mary went into thegame with an 11-2 overallrecord and 8-1 in the leagueafter a 72-23 decision overForest Area on Friday. Thestate-ranked Cardinals were12-0 overall and 9-0 in the Ski Valley going into the game.The Snowbirds needed to win to remain in contentionfor the league title and possi-bly forge a co-championship with J-L. The Cardinals need-ed to win to maintain a stran-glehold on the top spot in theconference standings andpave the way for sole posses-sion of the 2013 SVC title.ST. MARY flexed its consid-erable offensive muscles inthe decisive win over Forest Area. Junior sharpshooterKari Borowiak blistered thenets for 19 points and gave astrong all-around perform-ance, also recording sevenrebounds and six assists.Senior backcourt mateChrissy Smith struck for 14points and provided surgical-ly precise passes to helpteammates score, notching seven assists.Long-armed Mary Spyhalski hit for 10 pointsand fighting freshman BekahMyler muscled her way to 11points and six rebounds.Emily Gonyer grabbed 10points for the Warriors.THE Johannesburg-Lewiston, meanwhile, postedback-to-back victories overOnaway and Pellston in thegames leading up to the St.Mary rematch.The Cardinals outscoredvisiting Onaway 70-27 on Wednesday, Jan. 16, as leagueteams started playing eachother the second timearound. On Friday, theCardinals outscored scrappy Pellston 63-31.Hailey Weaver waxed thenets for 16 points to lead the way for the host Cardinals inthe win over Onaway. Senior Abby Schlicher struck for 12points to go with four assistsand five rebounds andBrittney Cherwinski churnedthe twine for 11 points withfour assists.Katelyn Weaver helped thecause with eight points andJulia Nieman recorded six assists. The long arms of Hannah Huff accounted foreight rebounds and fresh-man Maddie Showermanpulled down five, as didMcKenzie Matthewson.Erika Price plugged theiron for six points to lead thevisiting Cardinals of coachMarty Mix. Senior forwardMegan Estep added five.In the win over Pellston, it was Acetylene Abby” torch-ing the twine for 17 pointsand grabbing five boards tolead the Cardinals. Abby wasalso a fearsome force ondefense, acquiring six steals. Angular senior forwardEmma Dunham collected 14points and seven reboundsfor pesky Pellston, whichscored 21 of its 31 points inthe second half. Tall ToriKirsch tallied seven pointsfor the Hornets and grabbed10 rebounds in the hard-fought defeat. After the J-L game, St. Mary  was on the road againstOnaway on Thursday, Jan. 24,and on the road againstBellaire in a rare Saturday clash on Jan. 26. The JV tip-off for that one was slated for5 p.m. After playing St. Mary, J-L was home on Thursday, Jan.24, against Forest Area andthen home on Tuesday, Jan.29, against Bellaire. OnTuesday, Feb. 5, the Cardinalsare home against InlandLakes.
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Otsego HOFdinner tickets on sale
Dinner and awardsceremony set forFeb. 16 at EaglesHall in Gaylord
GAYLORD – The annualGreater Otsego County SportsHall of Fame dinner and awardsceremony is slated for Saturday,Feb. 16, at the Eagles Hall inGaylord.The 2012 class of inducteesincludes Tom Johnson andTodd Nowak from Gaylord,David Smith and TedKrumbach from St. Mary, Jeff Shoff from Johannesburg-Lewiston and J-L’s 1984 track-and-field team.Dr. Dennis and Judy Mellonare this year’s DistinguishedService Award recipients.Tickets are $35 per personand children under 10 are free.Contact Dan Smith at 732-1441or David Miller at 732-5495 topurchase tickets.
 
By Mike DunnGAYLORD – The scrappy,blue-collar Blue Devils of coach Tim O’Rourke usedheart and hustle to stay withhigh-powered Big North foeCadillac for the first quarterand most of the first half onThursday, Jan. 17.Gaylord led 9-8 in the firstquarter and trailed just 26-19at halftime but in the thirdand fourth quarters the visit-ing Vikings pulled away moreand more on the scoreboard,eventually securing a 56-30victory.Cadillac improved to 8-2overall and 3-2 in the Big North while Gaylord, coming off the impressive victory atGrayling in the previous out-ing, slipped to 1-9 overall and0-4 in the league.Hardworking senior guardTyler Cherry churned thenets for seven points to leadthe Blue Devils. Leland Huey landed five points throughthe iron, as did determinedJames Dunn. Senior guardTyler Frisch, who has beenGaylord’s leading scorer allseason, drew Cadillacdefenders like magnets and was limited to five points.The Vikings also did a good job of keeping the BlueDevils’ dangerous forwardZach Lundell under wraps.Bryan Rabine brought ahigh-octane effort off thebench.Ben Mackey made 16points to pace Cadillac andNick Paquet put 13 throughthe iron.The Gaylord JV lost a closeone to the Vikings, 54-52.Blayne Baker blistered thenets for the Blue Devils andMarcus O’Rourke and SamRinke sparked a second-half comeback with their swarm-ing, aggressive play.Gaylord played host toundefeated Petoskey onTuesday, Jan. 22, after thisissue went to press. The BlueDevils go north to take on St.Ignace on Tuesday, Jan. 29,and return home on Tuesday,Jan. 31, against Big North foeOgemaw Heights.By Mike DunnPETOSKEY – The Petoskey girls of coach AdamDobrowolski won back-to-back Big North Conferencegames on Monday andFriday and it was the familiarnames leading the way onceagain.Seniors Kelsey Ance andMegan Tompkins added totheir growing laurels this sea-son with two typically effec-tive performances against Alpena and Gaylord. Thepotent 1-2 punch of thestrong-armed seniors, com-bined with the efficient, fluidplay of reliable senior Alyssa VanWerden along with key contributions from KatiLewis, Liz Fraser and others,enabled Petoskey to outscore Alpena 62-24 on Friday andoutscore visiting Gaylord 59-46 on Monday.The 6-foot-3 Tompkinscast a long shadow in thehard-fought win overGaylord as she did a Wow!number on the Windex, gath-ering in 10 rebounds underthe glass and blocking six Blue Devil shots. She alsoscored a team-high 19 pointsfor a double-double asPetoskey won its seventhstraight game to improve to10-2 overall and 6-1 in the Big North. Ance, a sturdy two-way performer at wing, hadanother solid stat line: 18points, six rebounds, six assists. VanWerden and Lewiseach launched six pointsfrom the backcourt and did agreat job distributing the wealth as the Northmen reg-istered 15 assists in the con-test. Liz Fraser fired in a big 3-pointer after Gaylord gotclose in the fourth quarter.Gaylord scrapped, clawedand battled, like always, butfell behind early and couldnever quite climb out of thehole.The Blue Devils’ lethallefty, senior wing MackenzieEdwards, led all scorers in thecontest. Mighty Mac put the whack into the Blue Devilattack once again, taming thetwine for a game-high 21points.Edwards’ driving layup atthe outset of the fourth quar-ter brought the visiting BlueDevils within five points, 44-39, but that was as close asthey would get as Petoskey responded the way the goodteams do, pulling away downthe stretch.Senior forward Alex Simmons struck for 12 pointsto join Mackenzie in doubledigits.The win gave Petoskey asweep of the Blue Devils thisseason. Petoskey also won atGaylord 43-25 in early December.The Blue Devils capturedthe JV contest 27-14. The young Blue Devils of coachSlammin’ Shelly Curtisimproved to 10-1 with the win. Brandi Wagner wired infor eight points and Lindsey Zaremba zoned in for eightalso. Cierra Woods suppliedthe lumber inside and scoredsix.Katrina Daniel stood tallfor the Petoskey JV, rejecting seven shots and grabbing six boards, and Megan Sysko wasn’t kidding either, putting her stamp on six rebounds with four blocked shots.Petoskey won the fresh-men game 21-16 as Jenny Tompkins and JillianPiotrowski each plugged theiron for six points.ON FRIDAY, Petoskey wonits sixth straight with a work-manlike 62-24 victory overvisiting Big North foe Alpena.It was another big night forversatile senior forwardKelsey Ance, who connectedfor 24 points to go with six rebounds, four assists andfour steals as the Northmentamed the Wildcats.Long-armed senior postMegan Tompkins blocked six  Alpena shots in the contest while scoring 16 and pulling down nine rebounds. Fellow senior Alyssa VanWerden tal-lied six, including a pretty deuce on a breakaway.Christina Kollien scored 12for Alpena.The “Sysko Kid” came upbig for the Petoskey JV against Alpena but it was the Wildcats who prevailed in athriller, 46-41. Megan Syskomade a double-double with18 points and 13 boards while Shelby Laser locked infor seven points with foursteals and strong-armedSarah Yankoviak yankeddown six rebounds.Petoskey (10-2, 6-1) has aHUGE Big North showdownat home against Cadillac onFriday, Jan. 25
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5th & 6th GradeGirls
1/20/2013
Caroline Korte............13Zoey Pomarzynski......10Mckenna Hogle............7LaRissa Stephens..........6Tara Madej....................4Rachel Oppermann......4 Alyce Vermilya..............4Elizabeth Cook.............2Mandy Hopp.................2Chloe House.................2Rowan Johnson............2 Arielle Vermilya............2Breanna Finnerty.........1
5th & 6th GradeBoys
1/20/2013
Ethan LaRose..............16Brady Hunter..............14Brennan Isler..............12 Adam Sobeck................8Tyler Madej...................7Tanner Trenary.............6Sam Desloover..............5Kyle Bishop...................4Bryce Davison...............4Colin Goff......................4Nick Green....................4Caleb Hoeh...................4Logan Keen...................4Jake Pietrzak.................4Jacob Thoroid...............4Cole Bartow..................2Coleman Cerveniak.....2Matt Davidson..............2Regan Distel..................2Erik Oldenberg.............2Nolan Roehrig...............2Morison Barnes............1
TopScorers
PETOSKEY – The Gaylordfreshmen girls battled hardfrom start to finish but fell atad short in a tough scrap with Big North foe Petoskey,bowing by a 21-16 score.Maddy Sides made thenets swim while securing seven points to lead the bat-tling Blue Devils and BrianaHartley hammered the ironfor six. Ariveara Piehl and Alaina Taylor each totaledtwo points and Alicia Slocumscored one. Arica Alread wasawesome on defense, report-ed coach Jessi Matelski.For Petoskey, Jenny Tompkins was a tower of toughness, tagging the twinefor six points and turning away seven Blue Devil shots with thunderous blocks. Shealso had six boards. JillianPiotrowski put the grab onseven rebounds and pro-duced six points.
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Basketball
High-powered Cadillac pulls away from scrappy Blue Devils; Cherry churns the nets for seven points
Gaylord boys bow to Vikings

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