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GRAYLING – The Grayling boys varsity basketball teamsuffered just its second lossof the 2012-13 season, asGaylord rallied for a 51-49victory in a non-conferencegame between the twoneighboring rivals Monday,Jan. 14.The host Vikings (5-2 over-all) held the advantage on thescore board for the first forthree quarters of the game,holding onto a 39-36 lead atthe start of the final stanza.But the visiting Blue Devils(1-8 overall) used a 15-pointoutburst to head back home with their first win of the year, as the Vikings only managed 10 fourth-quarterpoints.“I thought our team com-peted hard in the contest,”said Vikings head coach RichMoffit. “On the positive side, we forced Gaylord into 28turnovers and only commit-ted 14. We shot the ball 25more times from the fieldthan Gaylord. We made sevenmore field goals thanGaylord.“On the negative side, we were outshot from the freethrow line, 29-7,” the coachadded. “Our inability to get tothe free-throw line was ahuge issue for our team. Wealso missed a number of inside shots.”Gaylord coach TimO’Rourke liked the way hisplayers, hungry for their first win, battled back twice fromlarge deficits and showedtrust in each other at crucialpoints in the game.It was a gratifying and sat-isfying win in a hostile envi-ronment for the Blue Devils, who had come close beforebut were always denied the“W.”Grayling had the early momentum, outscoring thevisiting Blue Devils by sevenpoints, 21-14, in the firstquarter. But Gaylord startedchipping away at the Vikings’lead and trailed by just fourpoints, 32-28, at intermis-sion.Strong-armed senior cen-ter Zach Lundell playedunder the window with lethalefficiency for Gaylord, con-trolling play much of thetime and delivering a game-high 24 points. Senior guardTyler Frisch found the netthree times from beyond thearc, hitting for 18 points tohelp the Blue Devil cause.O’Rourke also commend-ed the unselfish, high-octaneplay of Tyler Cherry, CamTaylor and Chris Stout andthe contributions of thereserves. Zach Pasternak came off the bench to draw acharging foul at a crucial juncture.“It was a total team effort,”O’Rourke said.Junior guard-forward JakeSwander paced Grayling withan impressive all-round per-formance of 19 points, 7rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assistand 1 blocked shot. But, he was just one of two Vikings toscore in double-digits.The other was fellow juniorJustice Junttila, who tallied10 points, 3 boards, 2 steals, 1assist and 1 block in Monday night’s loss.Other contributors forGrayling included: TylerMcClanahan with 8 points, 7steals and 4 assists; MichaelBranch with 6 points, 8rebounds and 3 steals; ScottParkinson with 5 points, 4boards, 3 steals, 1 assist and 1blocked shot; Wes Dean with1 point; and CarsonBurmeister with 1 steal and 1blocked shot.
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In a battle of unbeatenLake Michigan Conferenceteams, the host Vikingsended up the first to have aloss, as they were dominated,80-60, by the visiting TraverseCity St. Francis Gladiators (8-0 overall) on Tuesday, Jan. 8.The Gladiators outscoredGrayling in every quarter,including a 19-13 opening stanza. Traverse City led atthe half, 40-29.“We struggled versus the(Gladiators’) pressure in thisgame,” Moffit said. “TraverseCity forced us into 29turnovers and we struggledphysically on the boards.“We played well at timestonight, but did not puttogether a consistent effort atboth ends of the court,” headded. “Our kids willregroup.” While falling short on thescoreboard, four Vikings hadposted double digits in thescorebook. Junttila led the way with 13 points, 4rebounds and 1 steal, andParkinson chipped in 12points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, 1assist and 1 block.Swander added 11 points,4 boards and 1 steal, withMcClanahan hitting for 10points, 3 rebounds, 2 stealsand 2 assists in the loss.Other contributors for the Vikings included: Dean with5 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal,1 assist and 1 blocked shot;Branch with 4 points;Burmeister with 2 points, 1steal and 1 assist; Scott Wakeley with 2 points and 1board; Richie Sanford with 1point and 2 rebounds; PeytonZigila with 1 steal; and MattBurrell with 1 rebound.– Report by BucklandMedia.
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Mac hits 20 in loss; Gaylord pulls withintwo late in fourth quarter; Alex strikes for18 in win at Grayling 
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By Mike DunnMACKINAW CITY – TheMackinaw City girls wontheir biggest game of the sea-son to date, outscoring visit-ing Boyne Falls 67-53 onFriday to secure the top spotin the Northern LakesConference standings.The Comets and theLoggers both came into thegame unbeaten in leagueplay. After the victory, Mack City pushed its record to 8-2overall and 5-0 in the NLCand Boyne Falls slipped to 7-3 and 4-1.The potent 1-2 punch of  All-State senior guardCourtney Wallis and fellow senior Claudia Alexanderprovided most of the seriousPOP for the Comet offense.Courtney, who appears tobe well on her way to another All-State season, showed upbig once again, making thetwine twitch to the tune of 25points and she also pulleddown eight rebounds. Alexander was Great, too.Claudia generated a double-double, connecting for 16points and cleaning the glasslike Windex, grabbing 12rebounds. Claudia also cov-ered Boyne Falls big girlRaegen Pedigo like snow onan evergreen, limiting thehigh-scoring Pedigo to ninepoints in the game.The Comets controlledplay from the outset, taking a25-18 lead after one quarterand a 46-31 lead at the half.Feisty freshman guardChelsey Closs also helped theComet cause, collecting 12points to join Courtney andClaudia in double figures. Another talented underclass-man, long-armed sopho-more Lauren Bell, rang upeight points and broughtdown 12 rebounds.Boyne Falls junior forwardEmily Matelski kept theLoggers within striking dis-tance with her tough play.She scored 20 points to leadthe visitors and junior Casey Matelski made 14.ON WEDNESDAY, Jan. 9,the Comets prevailed at thecourt of league foe Ellsworthby a 67-50 margin. Wallis put her usual Whack into the attack, spinning thenets for 25 points to go withseven rebounds, sevenassists and seven steals. Alexander was locked in likea laser, launching 20 pointsto help the Comet cause andLauren Bell chimed in with10 points.The Comets narrowly wonthe JV game 37-36 as Lilly  Alexander turned in a flowery performance, finding thebottom of the net for a game-high 18 points.Mack City plays again onThursday, Jan. 17, when non-league foe Engadine makesthe trip south.
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By Mike DunnTRAVERSE CITY – TheGaylord girls slugged, foughtand battled for 32 hard min-utes at the court of Big Northfoe Traverse City West onFriday night. In the end,though, it was the host Titanspulling out a hard-fought 46-39 win in a physical contest.Senior sharpshooterMackenzie Edwards rockedthe iron big time for the BlueDevils in the tough defeat,taming the twine to the tuneof 20 points. The lethal lefty hasn’t lost her touch eventhough she was sidelined forseveral weeks with a wristinjury.Sparkplug senior guardSarah Polena produced fivepoints and four assists in thehard-fought road win. Seniorforward Chelsea Fox fired infive and pulled down sevenrebounds and MaddieHamilla hit for four with six boards.“We didn’t get off to a goodstart and had to play frombehind,” reported Blue Devilcoach Frank Hamilla. “Wehad our opportunities at theend. We cut the lead to two with two minutes left but weren’t able to convert. We’relooking forward to therematch in Gaylord inFebruary.”Sophomore Katie Placek tallied 11 points and showedup big inside for West, taking down 12 rebounds. She alsorecorded six assists. Paris Wagner produced eightpoints and grabbed 12rebounds as West improvedto 3-6 overall and 3-1 in theleague.The Gaylord JV suffered itsfirst loss of the season, drop-ping a narrow 27-24 decisionto the Titans. Brandi Wagner waxed the nets for eightpoints to lead the young BlueDevils of coach Shelly Curtis.Sydney Kassuba corralledeight rebounds and scoredfive and Tanner Arkfield tal-lied five also. Kari Cannonshot eight for the winning Titans.ON MONDAY, Jan. 14, theBlue Devils rebounded with a54-32 win at Grayling.Senior Alex Simmonsshowed up strong andshowed up big in the victory,rocking the iron for a game-high 18 points. Mackenziemade the net spin for 17 andthe hardworking Polena putseven on the board andpulled down five rebounds togo with her stellar work ondefense as she secured ateam-high four steals.The formidable Fox put thefind on seven rebounds andMaddie Hamilla had six withthree steals.ON TUESDAY, Jan. 8, theBlue Devils hosted Big Northfoe Alpena and rallied for asolid 45-33 triumph.Gaylord trailed 19-10 at thehalf but the Blue Devils of coach Frank Hamilla cameout blazing in the third quar-ter and turned the game intheir favor.Mighty Mac, seeing herfirst action since the wristinjury, got hotter than jalapeno stew from the floor,nailing 13 of her 16 points inthe third and fourth quartersto fuel the comeback.Junior guard MaddieHamilla, who was also side-lined at the same time as Mac with a hand injury, made herreturn to the lineup against Alpena and she also showedup big in the second half.Maddie dialed from long dis-tance three times in the thirdquarter to score nine of her11 points as Gaylord wentfrom a nine-point halftimedeficit to take a 36-29 leadinto the final period.Sure-shooting senior for- ward Alex Simmons kept theBlue Devils in the game early  when no one else was hitting anything, scoring seven of her nine points in the firsthalf. Since Gaylord scored just 10 points total in the firsthalf, Alex’s points wereHUGE.In the second half, it wasMac and Maddie leading the way offensively with Alex,Chelsea Fox and Sarah“Perpetual Motion” Polenataming the Wildcats on thefloor with ferocious defense.Polena, who put the “spit”in spitfire, was her usualrelentless self out there, wreaking havoc with Wildcatball handlers. The fired-upFox was a fury inside, pulling down a team-high 11rebounds, and Simmonscontinued her strong play atboth ends.Juniors Joslyn Rider andLauren Hintz also con-tributed energy and effort off the bench.Christina Kollien collectednine points to lead the Wildcats (2-5, 1-3) andEmma Strong scored seven.The Gaylord JV pushed to a7-0 mark with a 44-25 winover the Wildcats. Brandi Wagner bruised the nets for agame-high 18 points as eightof nine Blue Devils scored.Strong-armed Cierra Woodslaid the lumber down inside,grabbing six rebounds forcoach Shelly Curtis’s troops.Gaylord, 4-5 overall and 1-2 in the Big North, plays atCadillac this Friday, Jan. 18.
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By Mike DunnGAYLORD – It was stillanother case for the Gaylordboys of coach Tim O’Rourke where the Blue Devils put upa tough fight against a quality opponent but came up shortat the final buzzer.On Friday, Gaylord playedhost to Traverse City Westand dropped a 57-46 deci-sion in a physically intensebattle.Smooth senior guard TylerFrisch continues to puttogether a solid season forthe battling, blue-collar BlueDevils. Frisch found the bot-tom of the net to generate agame-high 18 points againstthe Titans.Chris Stout struck for 10points to join Frisch in dou-ble digits. Tyler Cherry squeezed seven pointsthrough the iron, including a3-pointer, while Zach Lundelllabored and banged bodiesdown low and scored five.Cam Taylor tallied four andZach Pasternak put a deuceon the board.Kendrick Meyer connectedfor 14 points to lead theTitans and pulled downseven rebounds. Donny Cizek hit for 11 and Johnny  Wheelock grabbed eightboards for the visitors.Gaylord won the JV game55-41.ON TUESDAY, Jan. 8, theBlue Devils traveled to thecourt of Big North foe Alpenaand battled very hard in a 64-41 defeat. While not pleased with theresult, coach O’Rourke didlike the way his blue-collarBlue Devils scrapped andclawed for 32 minutes. TheBlue Devils were behind 37-19 at the half but came back in the third quarter andoutscored the home team,eventually trimming thedeficit to just 10 points.Cam Taylor was on targetfrom downtown to help fuelthe third-quarter comeback,scoring all nine of his pointsfrom 3-point land.Hardworking Zach Lundelllanded eight through the ironand also pulled down eightboards and found openteammates time after time,collecting seven assists.Frisch fired in a team-high13 points with a typically effective performance.O’Rourke also noted thegritty, grinding play of JamesDunn and Chris Stout, bothof whom played suffocating defense and dove for looseballs all over the floor.Gaylord, 0-3 in the Big North, plays host to leaguefoe Cadillac on Thursday, Jan.17, and is home again onTuesday, Jan. 22, againstPetoskey.
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By Mike DunnPETOSKEY – The Petoskey girls made the most of theirmake-up game with visiting Traverse City Central onMonday, outscoring theTrojans decisively.Petoskey’s impressive 57-27victory pushes its record to asolid 8-2 overall at thehalfway point of the seasonand 4-1 in the Big North.It was the usual suspectsdoing the usual damage forthe flying Northmen.Senior Kelsey Ance, who isputting together an All-Statecaliber campaign, crackedthe iron for 22 points andsenior center MeganTompkins did a Wow! num-ber on the Windex Scale,scoring 18 and controlling play under the glass. Ance and Tompkins didmore than just combine for40 points of offense, though. Ance also generated ninerebounds and four stealsand the 6-foot-3 Tompkinsput the tag on seven caromsand cast a long shadow inthe paint.Tyler Rawling tallied 10 tolead Central, which fell to 2-6.ON FRIDAY, the Petoskey girls got the best of hostOgemaw Heights 50-27 in aBig North clash. TheNorthmen, fueled onceagain by the fine play of sen-ior wing Kelsey Ance, wontheir fourth straight.Kelsey connected for agame-high 19 points andKati Lewis launched three 3-pointers and hit for 11. Angular senior centerMegan Tompkins tallied 10and fellow senior Alyssa VanWerden hit for six.Shelby Killinger sank eightfor the host Falcons.ON TUESDAY, Jan. 8,Petoskey defeated T.C. West35-17 in a slow-it-downslugfest with the Titans, whoslipped to 2-6 overall and 2-1 in the league.Tompkins topped thescoring ledger with 13 pointsand she also pulled downseven boards. Ance struck for 12 points with nineboards and she was big intopiracy also, recording fivesteals. VanWerden waxed thetwine twice for downtownfor six points.Petoskey also won the JV game, 32-26, as Sarah Yankoviak put the yank onthe twine for a team-higheight points and alsograbbed five rebounds.Shelby Laser locked in forfive points and locked downon nine rebounds.Petoskey (8-2, 4-1)resumes Big North play onFriday, Jan. 18, at Alpena. OnMonday, Jan. 21, theNorthmen are home againstleague foe Gaylord.
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Petoskey girls takedown Trojans
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By Mike DunnJOHANNESBURG – TheJohannesburg-Lewiston girlsof coach Heather Huff justkeep winning. The Cardinals,an honorable mention pick in Class C by the AssociatedPress, pushed their record to10-0 overall and 6-0 in the Ski Valley with victories overleague foes Inland Lakes andMancelona and non-leaguefoe Mio.ON WEDNESDAY, Jan. 9,the Cardinals traveled toIndian River and secured a62-48 win over the scrappy,hustling Bulldogs.It was a moral victory for I-Lakes to give the visiting Cardinals a pretty tough bat-tle. Sweet-shooting seniorguard Sarah Kolb had an AT&T tonight, connecting from long distance over theover again while scoring 19points to lead the battling Bulldogs. Five times Sarahmade the net dance fromdowntown. She also accumu-lated six rebounds and fivesteals.Kolb’s hot hand enabledthe Bulldogs to cut J-L’s leadto just six points in the fourthquarter.But junior guard Brittany Cherwinski was cool in theclutch for J-L. Brittany blis-tered the twine for eight of her game-high 20 points inthe fourth quarter to help herteam keep the hardworking Bulldogs at arm’s lengthdown the stretch.Long-armed seniorHannah Huff hit for 10 pointsto help the J-L cause whileversatile senior wing Abby Schlicher struck for nine andsenior forward Katelyn Weaver for eight.Senior sharpshooter Sandy Bischoff smacked the nets for17 points to join Kolb in dou-ble digits for I-Lakes. Bischoff also brought down sevenrebounds and recordedseven blocks. Senior HannahPassino produced five points.ON FRIDAY, Jan. 11, theCardinals edged visiting Mancelona 59-7.Hannah Huff hammeredthe iron for a dozen points tolead the J-L scoring columnand fellow senior Abby Schlicher busted the nets for11 points. All 13 members of coach Huff’s squad scored inthe contest.ON MONDAY, Jan. 14, theCardinals won on the roadagainst Mio in a pretty com-petitive contest. J-L earned a51-36 decision.“Acetylene Abby” was onfire for the Cardinals. Abby stoked the nets for a game-high 20 points and very near-ly delivered a triple-double.She grabbed 13 rebounds with eight steals, four assistsand three blocks.Long-armed freshmanMaddie Showermandrenched the twine with 10points to go with three stealsand three assists. Katelyn Weaver scored eight and cor-ralled six boards and Hailey  Weaver hauled in ninerebounds.J-L (10-0, 6-0) played athome on Wednesday, Jan. 16,against a tough Onaway squad and travel to Pellstonon Friday, Jan. 18.The Cardinals travel westto take on Gaylord St. Mary on Tuesday, Jan. 22, in theHUGE rematch between twoof the top teams in the state.It is also the annual RivalsRally for the Cure game.
State-ranked Cards stay unbeaten with winsover SVC foes I-Lakes and Mancelona andnon-league foe Mio
Joburg girls justkeep going
3rd & 4th GradeGirls
1/13/2013
Tara Madej..................24 Abby Zimmerman......16Brei Baker....................14Kali Brewer..................12Mia Charbonneau......12Calei Coon..................10Madison Marsack.......10Raychell Fennell...........8 Autumn Gilman............8Emily Lauster................8 Autumn Vermilya.........8Elizabeth Wing..............8Morgan Monchilov.......7Elise Book.....................6 Annmarie Smith...........6Callie Brand..................5Mackenzie Day.............4Kaitlyn Deplanche.......4Mallory Donakowski....4Kadince Frost................4Molly Kinser..................4 Amanda Korff...............4Kate Mumford..............4Caitlin Robbins.............4Jacquelyn Short............4 Angelina Blanzy............2Ruby Dobrzelewski......2Mailyn Harbin..............2Mya Legel......................2Morgan McVannel........2Kennedy Neff................2
3rd & 4th GradeBoys
1/13/2013
Corey Deer..................28Quinn Schultz.............28Conrad Korte..............26Tanner Beyers.............12 Austin Vanderveer......12Mitchell Mumford........8Landon..........................8Gavin Bebble................7Brennan Berkshire.......6Christopher Boris.........6Boden Cabble...............6Cole Dexter...................6Gavin Freeman.............6Tyler Hartz....................6Joey Huber....................6Stanley Lamberies........6Kole Moore....................6Nick Smith....................6Daniel Smith.................6Jack White.....................6Joseph Boswood...........4Kyle Chiles....................4Logan Hanel.................4 Austin Kettlewell..........4Ben Locker....................4RJ Korff..........................3Ryland Borowiak..........2Justin Boughner...........2Gage Boughner.............2Kyle Butka.....................2Cameron Cosby............2 Ashton Mathias............2Gregory Niedzwiecki....2Phillip Sadenwater.......2
5th & 6th GradeGirls
1/13/2013
 Amara Brewer...............6 Alyssa Marsack.............6Mckenna Hogle............4Zoey Pomarzynski........4LaRissa Stephens..........4 Alyce Vermilya..............4 Arielle Vermilya............4Bethany Berger.............2Elizabeth Cook.............2Breanna Finnerty.........2Caroline Korte..............2Tara Madej....................2Lizzy McClure...............2
5th & 6th GradeBoys
1/13/2013
Brady Hunter..............13Coleman Cerveniak...12 Adam Sobeck..............10Jacob Book....................9Ethan LaRose................7Caleb Hoeh...................6Brennan Isler................6Cordell LaRose..............6Tyler Madej...................6Kyle Bishop...................4Colin Goff......................4Sam Desloover..............2Patrick Dorrance..........2Erik Oldenberg.............2Tanner Trenary.............2
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 ALPENA The Gaylordfreshmen boys played againand won again on Tuesday,traveling to the court of Big North rival Alpena and leav-ing town with an impressive58-27 decision in hand.Deadly Jack Korte was inthe “J-Ko Zone” again, dialing in from long distance to helplead the Blue Devil charge.Korte made the twine twitchsix times from 3-point landas he scored a game-high 31points.Jacob King added some Vitamin K of his own, hitting for eight points. JakovanPryor McCovery, MichaelDipzinski and Ty Beckwitheach chipped in six to helpthe cause.“The team played soliddefense in the fourth quarterto preserve the victory,”reported coach Bill Ramos.
Korte dials in from long distance to help young Blue Devils surge to 7-0
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Gaylord frosh boysstay unbeaten

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