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Weekly Choice - Section B - March 08, 2012

Weekly Choice - Section B - March 08, 2012

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Basketball
St. Mary girls win district title
Snowbirds outscore scrappy Onaway in finals for second year in a row
THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012
By Mike Dunn
ROGERS CITY – There was a storm raging outside the Rogers City gym on Friday night and a storm of another kind brewing on the Hurons’ gym floor. The St. Mary Snowbirds of coach Kevin Foster stormed the nets in the Class D district champi- onship game and secured an impressive 75-39 victory over the scrappy Onaway girls of coach Marty Mix.
The Snowbirds pushed
their record to 21-1 and advanced to the regional semifinals at Pellston on Tuesday, March 6, against Mackinaw City. It is the sec- ond year in a row that St. Mary defeated Onaway in the district championship game.
Savvy senior wing Karli Jacob and sophomore sharp- shooter Kari Borowiak both connected for 15 points to pace a balanced Snowbird scoring ledger on this night. Chrissy Smith also fueled the assault on the iron with 13
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points of production and long-armed Mary Spyhalski spanked the twine for nine points.
Molly Cleaver made the twine spin to the tune of 14 points to lead the young Cardinals, who finished with a solid 13-9 mark.
St. Mary reached the regional championship game at Pellston last year before losing narrowly to talented U.P. foe Brimley, 51-46. The Snowbirds could face Brimley again in the finals
this year. St. Mary and Mackinaw
City squared off on Tuesday after this issue went to press. On the other side, Brimley faced Posen in what was expected to be a whale of a game. The regional finals are slated for Thursday, March 8, in Pellston at 7 p.m.
The quarterfinals will be held at Sault Ste. Marie on Tuesday, March 13.
Real Estate One Gaylord would like to congratulate the Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the Week
FOR WEEK OF FEB. 26 - MARCH 3
ABBY
SCHLICHER
JOHANNESBURG- LEWISTON
The versatile junior showed up big in the district tourney at Oscoda, pulling down 14 boards in the semifinal win over Oscoda and delivering 11 points, nine boards and a whopping 10 blocks in the tough loss to Tawas in the finals.
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Basketball
St. Mary girls win district title
Snowbirds outscore scrappy Onaway in finals for second year in a row
THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012
By Mike Dunn
ROGERS CITY – There was a storm raging outside the Rogers City gym on Friday night and a storm of another kind brewing on the Hurons’ gym floor. The St. Mary Snowbirds of coach Kevin Foster stormed the nets in the Class D district champi- onship game and secured an impressive 75-39 victory over the scrappy Onaway girls of coach Marty Mix.
The Snowbirds pushed
their record to 21-1 and advanced to the regional semifinals at Pellston on Tuesday, March 6, against Mackinaw City. It is the sec- ond year in a row that St. Mary defeated Onaway in the district championship game.
Savvy senior wing Karli Jacob and sophomore sharp- shooter Kari Borowiak both connected for 15 points to pace a balanced Snowbird scoring ledger on this night. Chrissy Smith also fueled the assault on the iron with 13
Wrestling
points of production and long-armed Mary Spyhalski spanked the twine for nine points.
Molly Cleaver made the twine spin to the tune of 14 points to lead the young Cardinals, who finished with a solid 13-9 mark.
St. Mary reached the regional championship game at Pellston last year before losing narrowly to talented U.P. foe Brimley, 51-46. The Snowbirds could face Brimley again in the finals
this year. St. Mary and Mackinaw
City squared off on Tuesday after this issue went to press. On the other side, Brimley faced Posen in what was expected to be a whale of a game. The regional finals are slated for Thursday, March 8, in Pellston at 7 p.m.
The quarterfinals will be held at Sault Ste. Marie on Tuesday, March 13.
Real Estate One Gaylord would like to congratulate the Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the Week
FOR WEEK OF FEB. 26 - MARCH 3
ABBY
SCHLICHER
JOHANNESBURG- LEWISTON
The versatile junior showed up big in the district tourney at Oscoda, pulling down 14 boards in the semifinal win over Oscoda and delivering 11 points, nine boards and a whopping 10 blocks in the tough loss to Tawas in the finals.
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The versatile junior showed up big in thedistrict tourney at Oscoda, pulling down 14boards in the semifinal win over Oscodaand delivering 11 points, nine boards and a whopping 10 blocks in the tough loss toTawas in the finals.
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Steady-as-the-sunrise St. Mary senior Karli Jacobconnected for 15 points in the win over Onaway.Onaway senior Trey Leach, right, captured fourth place at 140 pounds in the Div.4 state meet held over the weekend.
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Leach of Onaway captures fourthplace in state finals at Auburn Hills
By Mike DunnROGERS CITY – There wasa storm raging outside theRogers City gym on Friday night and a storm of anotherkind brewing on the Hurons’gym floor. The St. Mary Snowbirds of coach KevinFoster stormed the nets inthe Class D district champi-onship game and secured animpressive 75-39 victory overthe scrappy Onaway girls of coach Marty Mix.The Snowbirds pushedtheir record to 21-1 andadvanced to the regionalsemifinals at Pellston onTuesday, March 6, againstMackinaw City. It is the sec-ond year in a row that St.Mary defeated Onaway in thedistrict championship game.Savvy senior wing KarliJacob and sophomore sharp-shooter Kari Borowiak bothconnected for 15 points topace a balanced Snowbirdscoring ledger on this night.Chrissy Smith also fueled theassault on the iron with 13points of production andlong-armed Mary Spyhalskispanked the twine for ninepoints.Molly Cleaver made thetwine spin to the tune of 14points to lead the young Cardinals, who finished witha solid 13-9 mark.St. Mary reached theregional championship gameat Pellston last year beforelosing narrowly to talentedU.P. foe Brimley, 51-46. TheSnowbirds could faceBrimley again in the finalsthis year.St. Mary and Mackinaw City squared off on Tuesday after this issue went to press.On the other side, Brimley faced Posen in what wasexpected to be a whale of agame. The regional finals areslated for Thursday, March 8,in Pellston at 7 p.m.The quarterfinals will beheld at Sault Ste. Marie onTuesday, March 13.By Mike Dunn AUBURN HILLS – Six area wrestlers earned All-Statehonors over the weekend atThe Palace of Auburn Hills.Senior Trey Leach of Onaway, who went into thestate finals as a No. 1 seed inDivision 4, had the highestfinish, capturing fourth placefor the Cardinals at 140pounds.Junior Brandon Handrichof Grayling took fifth place at152 pounds in Div. 3, and junior Zach Mack of Mio at125 and senior Alex Fullertonof Onaway at 140 both alsofinished in fifth place in Div.4.
 
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by Mike DunnJOHANNESBURG -- TheJohannesburg-Lewiston girlscame just short in theirattempt to wrest a districtchampionship trophy for thesixth straight year. TheCardinals fell to talentedTawas Area by a 50-45 marginon Saturday at Oscoda. They end their season with anexcellent 20-3 mark. Tawasmoved on to face powerfulMcBain in the opening roundof the Class C regional tour-nament at Inland Lakes.J-L had the hot hand early against Tawas, surging to a15-10 first-quarter lead. TheBraves rallied, though, toassume a 23-22 lead at half-time and the game went back and forth the rest of the way.Tawas finally away in thefinal 90 seconds by hitting free throws.Johannesburg-Lewiston junior Abby Schlicher, athree-year varsity starter forcoach Heather Huff, cappeda brilliant season with anoth-er stellar showing. "Acetylene Abby" torched the nets for ateam-high 11 points and very nearly generated a triple-double.She also brought downnine rebounds against theBraves and she was a rejec-tion machine on defense,recording a whopping 10blocks. She also dished off four assists.Katelyn Weaver waxed thenets for 10 points and had adouble-double with 12boards and she, like Abby,also was big into rejection,notching five blocks. HannahHuff hammered the nets foreight points and had a pro-ductive night down low,gathering nine rebounds,and mercury-quick guardMiranda House made thetwine twitch to the tune of eight points to go with foursteals and four assists.Kim Salwey struck for 19points to lead Tawas and Abby Gentges garnered 18points.ON THURSDAY, March 1,J-L secured a workmanlike50-32 victory over hostOscoda to advance to thefinals.Brittany Cherwinski,Hannah Huff and Tiffany Nickert each knocked down10 points on the night andSchlicher slammed homeeight points and did a Windex number inside,cleaning the glass for 14boards. Katelyn Weaver waxed the glass for 10rebounds to go with her eightpoints.
Basketball
 Joburg girls bow in finals
Tawas proves tough; Cardinals were seeking their sixth straight district title
Basketball
Petoskey girls capturedistrict!
by Mike DunnTRAVERSE CITY -- Thesurging Petoskey girls of coach Adam Dobrowolskihave come full circle from adreadful 1-8 start to the sea-son, capturing a Class A dis-trict championship on Friday and accomplishing a featthat would have beenunthinkable back inDecember and January.The peaking Northmenpushed their record to 14-9 while winning all three dis-trict games last week againstT.C. West, Gaylord andCentral. They advanced tothe regional semifinalsagainst high-powered, No. 1ranked Grand Haven (22-1)on Tuesday, March 6, atRockford (in a game playedafter this issue went to press).In the physically bruising,hard-fought 46-39 victory inthe title game played Sunday at Central, junior forwardKelsey Ance paced a bal-anced scoring chart with 18points and she was joined indouble digits by KatelynCrittenden with 12 and 6-foot-3 junior center MeganTompkins with 10.Crittenden, who playsdefense with the demeanorof a hungry predator that hasthe scent of dinner in its nos-trils, was assigned the chal-lenge of guarding Central's1,000-point scorer KatieKnudsen. The sweet-shoot-ing Knudsen, who had scored34 points in leading Centralpast Marquette in the semifi-nals, was held to 16 pointsand scored nearly all of herpoints at the charity stripe,connecting just twice fromthe floor.Petoskey built an early leadand maintained it throughthe first three quarters,though Central was putting the squeeze on. The Trojansdid pull within a basket, 34-32, near the midway mark of the fourth quarter butPetoskey closed out strong tosecure the well-deserved win. Alyssa VanWerden and Ance hit clutch buckets tohelp the Northmen pull away again after Central got closein the final period. When Central pulled closeagain late in the game it wasCrittenden who finally sealedthe deal with a pair of timely free throws.Brianna Podsaid, ChandlerCobb and Molly Walker allhad six points for the Trojans, who finished with a 13-10mark.
Surging Northmenpower past T.C.Central in finals;Crittenden cans key free throws in finalseconds
 Alyssa VanWerden nailed a key jumper to helpPetoskey maintain a slim lead over T.C. Central inSunday's district finals.
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In Div. 2, Gaylord seniorEric Mason (189) capturedeighth place and seniorD.J. Burden of Mio (130)did the same in Div. 4.Other grapplers whoearned a berth at state this year included sophomoreJeff Myers (189) and seniorRyan “Wrecker” Randall(215) of Grayling and jun-ior Josh McDill (285) of Cheboygan in Div. 3 along  with Onaway senior BryerMcGinn (171) and seniorTyler Aldrich (152) andsophomore KeeganRichardson (285) of Mancelona.Leach completes hisnotable prep mat career with a 50-8 record in hissenior season. He posted a3-2 record in the statemeet. After losing to SamMehan of Sand Creek inthe quarterfinals, Leachfaced Cody Symons of New Lothrup and pounded outan 8-1 decision to advanceto the third-place finalsagainst Jarret Wolford of Reading. Leach battled thehighly regarded Wolfordtooth and nail from start tofinish but lost a narrow decision to finish in fourthplace.Handrich posted a solid4-2 record at state to com-plete his outstanding jun-ior campaign for the Vikings with a 45-5 record. After losing his second-round match to IsaacJensen of Allendale by close decision, Handrichhad to battle back throughthe consolation bracket tosecure his fifth-place fin-ish.He ended up facing Jensen again in the fifth-place finals and reversedhis earlier loss impressive-ly, claiming a 13-6 deci-sion.Zach Mack of Miotrucked through the 125-pound class over the week-end, going 3-2 to finish with a solid 43-8 recordthis season. After losing hissecond-round match by arazor-thin 7-6 margin toJ.D. Waters of Hudson,Mack muscled his way toback-to-back victories overZach Francis of Lutheran Westland and Ryan Smit of Decatur to earn his berthin the fourth-place finals where he lost to powerfulZach Glasco of Byron.Fullerton of Onaway bat-tled back after losing hisopening-round match of the day to Kyle Miller of Lawton, winning four of his next five matches.Fullerton concluded hissenior season with an out-standing 52-10 record andhe leaves the Onaway pro-gram as the only wrestlerin school history to qualify for state all four years.In the final match of hisprep career, the fiery Fullerton defeated Carter Augustyn of GrandvilleCalvin Christian by a 5-2decision to capture fifthplace.In the Div. 2 competi-tion, Mason needed a vic-tory over Ryan Casey of Niles to assure himself of atop-eight finish and All-State honors. “ConcreteEric” came through, pow-ering his way to a narrow 5-4 decision over the ruggedCasey.In the seventh-placefinals, Mason engaged in amat war with BrandinSchultes of Warren WoodsTower. The bout went intoovertime before Schultesmanaged to pull out thedecision.Burden of Mio faced his“blood match” with LukeRagon of Dansville andbrought down his foe inthe second period. Burdenconcluded his senior sea-son with a 27-9 record anda repeat berth at state.
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by Mike DunnPETOSKEY -- The seasoncame to an end for the gameGaylord girls of coach Frank Hamilla on Wednesday. The young Blue Devils, with only one senior on their roster,finished a rebuilding season with a solid 10-11 mark aftera 51-32 loss at Petoskey in theClass A district semifinals atPetoskey.Petoskey, which had beenon a tear since the midway point of the season, won forthe 12th time in 13 gamesand went on to win at T.C.Central on Sunday to capturethe district championship.Gaylord looks toward whatappears to be a very brightfuture. Though the team willmiss the grit and gameness of departing senior AllieGooding, everyone else onthe roster is returning next year and the Blue Devil JV squad of Shelly Curtis faredvery well this season and hasseveral quality young playersclimbing through the ranks.“We’ve got a building block," Hamilla said and theBlue Devils must strive to useit as a foundation for goodthings.Junior point guard SarahPolena pounded the nets for10 points to pace Gaylord inthe loss at Petoskey and jun-ior forward Alex Simmonsstruck for eight points.Gaylord's lethal left, junior wing Mackenzie Edwards,drew Petoskey defenders likemagnets during the gameand was held to six points.Mac sitll had an outstanding season, lighting it up for 15.5points per game.Junior Kelsey Ance con-nected for 20 points to pacePetoskey. Katelyn Crittendencrafted a 12-point perform-ance on offense and wasdogged on defense, as usual,and 6-foot-3 junior MeganTompkins stuffed the iron for10 points and employed herheight as an intimidating force.
Devils finish growing season with 10-11 mark after district loss to Petoskey; Polena pours in 10 to paceBlue Devils
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Grayling girlsvie for title
by Mike DunnCHEBOYGAN -- TheGrayling girls of coach JoePowers advanced to the ClassB district championshipgame Friday againstCheboygan before falling tothe host Chiefs by a 55-46margin.The Chiefs improved to 11-10 and advanced to theregional tournament atGaylord, where they facedLudington (22-1) in theopening round on Tuesday of this week (after this issue went to press).Grayling, which battledhard to the end, slipped to 8-14.On Wednesday, Feb. 29,Grayling earned its berth inthe district finals with a 52-34victory over Roscommon.Cierra Prosser poured in 16points to pace the young  Vikings and guard Hailey  Whitaker waxed the nets for11 points and served upsome sweet deliveries to herteammates, acquiring fourassists.Grayling has some solidplayers returning next year,including leading scorer JoHamlin, who averaged 16.2points per game before being sidelined for the final fourgames of the season.Grayling loses seniorsJamie Denton, Josie Swanderand Sam Hansen to gradua-tion. Among the returneesnext year are juniors CaitlinProsser, Hannah Haven andMaddie Benardo, sophomoreCierra Prosser and feisty freshman Hailey Whitaker.
 Vikings defeat Roscommonin semifinals, fall to hostCheboygan in Class B district title game
Maddie Benardo (12) of Grayling is surrounded by a sea of Roscommon defend-ers as she arises to deliver a deuce in the district semifinals.
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by Mike DunnGAYLORD -- The Petoskey boys of coach Dennis Starkey made the first step in thepostseason a successful oneMonday, earning a 61-38decision over host Gaylord inthe Class A district opener.Petoskey improved to 20-1and advanced to Wednesday's semifinal withMarquette (13-7).The Blue Devils of coachTim O'Rourke closed out theseason with a 6-15 log.The Northmen led just 25-17 at the half but outscoredGaylord 23-11 in the thirdquarter to break things open.Seniors Zak Lewis and JakeMullin launched radar-guid-ed missiles to help fuel thePetoskey attack. Lewis andMullin both drained 3-of-3attempts from the arc. Lewisfinished with a game-high 21points and Mullin hit for 12.Senior forward JoeRobbins recorded 12 points while Sam Baumgartner gotseven and Erik Davenportdelivered four.Junior guard Tyler Frischfired in 14 points to pace theBlue Devils. Sturdy seniorforward Troy Gahm capped anotable career on the hard- wood for Gaylord as a three- year starter, scoring nine. Austin Pearson pushed fivepoints through the iron andbig man Zach Lundell landedfour. Freshmen MarcusO'Rourke and Collin Wattersgot some floor time in theplayoff opener and eachscored a bucket.
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Petoskey takes Devils in opener
Lewis, Mullin launch long-range assault as Northmen take 61-38 decision in district opener
Bay Area Reps Season Endsin Second Round of Playoffs
Facing the #7 rankedTraverse City Central Trojansin the second round of theplayoffs, the Bay Area Repsbattled hard all night beforefalling to the Trojans 3-1.Central’s win was their first inthree tries against the Reps inthe playoffs. The Trojanstook the lead just 1:51 intothe game when ConnorGartland scored on a powerplay with assistance fromDerek Shrank and Keanen Armour.The Reps tied the score atone early in the second peri-od when Zach Hill scored anunassisted goal just 1:04 intothe period, but a MarcusRussell goal with 4:01 left inthe second period gave theTrojans a 2-1 advantage aftertwo periods. Nico Sacoadded a goal just 38 secondsinto the final period for theTrojans and Central goalieBill Vermittten thwarted theReps the rest of the way allowing Central to move onto the Regional Finals with a3-1 victory.Despite losing 4 seniorleaders, the Reps are already looking forward to next yearand improving on their 12-13-1 record.
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by Mike DunnMACKINAW CITY — TheMackinaw City girls of coach Adam Stefanski thrilled thehome crowd Friday with asensational come-from-behind victory over Pellstonin the Class D district finals.The Comets rallied from a51-45 deficit to defeat theHornets 62-53 and win thesecond district title in schoolhistory.The Comets improved to14-8 and advanced to theregional tournament atPellston where they facedpowerful Gaylord St. Mary (21-1) on Tuesday. The lasttime they appeared in theregional tournament was1999.Mack City eighth-graderChelsey Closs helped make ithappen, connecting on back-to-back buckets to tie thescore at 51 with four minutesto go, and senior SarahRogala drained a pair of freethrows 30 seconds later togive the Comets a lead they  would not relinquish.Courtney Wallis, who hasbeen a crunch time player all year for coach Stefanski, went a perfect 4-for-4 fromthe stripe in the final minuteto help secure the tense vic-tory in the loud, packed-outgymnasium. Wallis waxed the nets for18 points to pace the Comets.Clauda Alexander launched13 oints and Hailee Paquetand Kiara Zynewicz bothzoned in for nine points inthe biggest win of the year.Senior Shelby Hughey struck for 16 points to pacePellston, which finished witha 4-18 mark but was playing its best basketball of the sea-son in the final weeks of thecampaign. Dana Zulski alsoput some "zap" into theHornet offense, hitting for 13points to go with six stealsand four assists, and angularEmma Dunham delivered 12and pulled down 15 boardsfor a double-double.
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