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Weekly Choice - Section B - March 22, 2012

Weekly Choice - Section B - March 22, 2012

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THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2012
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Real Estate One Gaylord would like to congratulate the Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the Week
FOR WEEK OF MARCH 11-17
ANDY
HAMLIN
PELLSTON HIGH SCHOOL
The Hornets' hot- shooting senior slammed the iron for 21 points to go with 15 rebounds and 5 assists as Pellston beat Posen on Wednesday to win its first regional title since 1944.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2012
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Real Estate One Gaylord would like to congratulate the Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the Week
FOR WEEK OF MARCH 11-17
ANDY
HAMLIN
PELLSTON HIGH SCHOOL
The Hornets' hot- shooting senior slammed the iron for 21 points to go with 15 rebounds and 5 assists as Pellston beat Posen on Wednesday to win its first regional title since 1944.
(989) 705-8284
www.MainStreetGaylord.com
236 West Main, Gaylord
CALL - (989) 732-8160 FAX (888) 854-7441 EMAIL - MIKE@WEEKLYCHOICE.COM

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 Athlete of the Week
(989) 705-8284
www.MainStreetGaylord.com
236 West Main, Gaylord
Real Estate OneGaylord
 would like tocongratulate the Athlete of the Week
FOR WEEK OF MARCH 11-17
ANDYHAMLIN
PELLSTONHIGH SCHOOL
The Hornets' hot-shooting seniorslammed the iron for 21 points to go with15 rebounds and 5 assists as Pellston beatPosen on Wednesday to win its firstregional title since 1944.
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Huge victory over Posen inregional finals puts No. 2ranked Hornets one win away from trip to Breslin Center
By Mike DunnGAYLORD – The last timethe Pellston boys competedin the quarterfinals, World War II was still more than a year away from being over. It was March of 1944.This year’s Pellston teamaccomplished the feat again,defeating highly regardedPosen decisively, 71-53, inthe Class D regional champi-onship game at Gaylord on Wednesday, March 14. TheNo. 2 ranked Hornetsimproved to 23-1 andadvanced to the quarterfinalson Tuesday, March 20,against Carney-Nadeau, asolid opponent from the western U.P. that came intothe game with a 21-2 record.The quarterfinal game wasplayed at Sault Ste. Marie.It was Pellston’s 1-2 offen-sive punch of Chris Hass and Andy Hamlin leading the way in the win over Posen but with lots of help, as usual.The 6-foot-4 Hass, who was named Player of the Yearin Class D by the AssociatedPress on Monday of this week, did against Posen whathe’s been doing all seasonlong, tearing up the twine with his in-and-out shooting  while finding open team-mates for passes, handling the ball with efficiency,pulling down rebounds withauthority and playing defense with the dispositionof an agitated pit bull.Hass hammered the netsfor 30 points in the biggestgame of the year to go with11 rebounds and sevenassists.The 6-foot-5 Hamlin, a1,000-point scorer who hasbeen quietly having a whaleof a season himself, also gen-erated a double-double,accounting for 21 points and15 rebounds to go with fiveassists.Hass and Hamlin wereboth hot early in the game asthe super-charged Hornetsgalloped to a 29-10 first-quarter lead and a 40-19 leadmidway through the secondquarter.Posen, showing some grit,battled back to pull withineight points, 43-35, by half-time. When David Kerr of the Vikings completed a three-point play early in the secondhalf, Pellston’s lead wastrimmed to just 45-40.That’s when the Hornetsturned up the juice, doing  what the truly good teams doin situations like that. Hasstallied off an offensiverebound to spark whatturned out to be a 12-3 runthrough the remainder of thequarter.Jake Friedenstab, starting at the point in place of side-lined senior Zak Kruskie witha sprained Achilles tendon,made the twine dance fromdowntown to help fuel therun. Friedenstab ultimately scored seven of his 12 pointsduring the run that gave theHornets a 57-43 lead going into the fourth quarter.Posen battled back again,though, and again trimmedthe lead to five, 57-52, beforePellston pulled away forgood.This time it was Hamlinrattling the iron from long range, nailing a pair of 3-pointers at a critical junctureto push the Hornets’ leadback to double digits, 63-52, with four minutes remaining in the game.It was Hass, though, whoput the punctuation mark onthe history-making Pellstonvictory, jamming one home with less than a minute left,much to the delight of the
Hornet supporters in thestanding-room only bleachers.
 When the final buzzersounded, there was a sponta-neous celebration among theplayers, coaches, parents andfans on the Gaylord court.Pellston coach Cliff Hasspointed to Hamlin’s back-to-back 3-pointers – his fifthand sixth of the game! -- as amajor key toward paving thepath to victory.“Andy’s baskets came at acritical time,” he said.Kerr canned 17 points topace Posen, which finished with an excellent 21-3 mark.Nick Hincka hit for 15 andJerome Ciarkowski for 13.Kruskie, a steady playerand an unsung hero for theHornets in the backcourt allseason long, was able to seethe floor in the final minutesagainst Posen but was notclose to 100 percent. TheHornet coaching staff washoping Kruskie could play inthe quarterfinal clash withCarney-Nadeau.Carney-Nadeau (21-2)defeated Munising 57-51 intheir regional final game atEscanaba.
 
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 Above: This thunder dunk from Player of the Year Chris Hass put the proper punctuation mark on theregional title victory.Left: Senior guard Ronnie Schlosser (4) slasheshis way toward the bucket to score a deuceagainst Posen.
Pellston coaches celebrate after the Hornets held off a Posen rally to capture the Class D regional title.The emotion is evidentas Pellston senior MaxKetterer shouts for joy inthe waning seconds of the regional title game.
Hornets fall inquarterfinals
SAULT STE. MARIE -- The season ended for the Pellston boyson Tuesday, March 20, in the Class D quarterfinals against U.P.foe Carney-Nadeau. The Hornets lost 72-56 to conclude theirhistory-making season with a 23-2 record. Pellston shared theSki Valley title with Bellaire and captured district and regionaltitles this season.Carney-Nadeau improved to 23-2 and advanced to the semi-finals against Climax-Scotts (25-1) at 7:50 p.m. on Thursday atThe Breslin Center.Bellaire also lost in Tuesday's quarterfinals, falling 61-50 toMuskegon Catholic Central.
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Page 2-B Choice Publications ... The Best Choice!March 22, 2012
Jacob is first-team All-State
Girls Hoops
By Mike DunnGAYLORD – Gaylord St.Mary senior Karli Jacob, thetop player on one of the topClass D teams in the statethis year in girls basketball,has earned first-team All-State recognition. The free-flowing, twine-taming 5-foot-9 wing helped lead theSnowbirds of coach KevinFoster to Ski Valley, districtand regional championshipsthis season.Other players from thearea to earn honorable men-tion All-State honors wereGaylord’s lethal junior wing Mackenzie Edwards in Class A, versatile Abby Schlicher of Johannesburg-Lewiston andrangy center Morgan Hanelof Inland Lakes in Class C,and sweet-shooting sopho-more Kari Borowiak of Gaylord St. Mary and juniorguard Courtney Wallis of Mackinaw City in Class D.Jacob, a four-year starterfor the Snowbirds and coachFoster, had another monster year. She averaged 17 pointsper game and was a teamleader in every other statisti-cal category but her impacton the court went farbeyond numbers. Karli wassavvy and battle ready andhad the ability of the truly quality players to take hergame up another level whenthe stakes were the highest.Karli knew when to shootand when to pass, playedbark-tight defense, coulddrain the jumper with preci-sion and provide muscledown low, and was a leaderon and off the floor. In addi-tion to being named first-team All-State in Class D,Karli was also first-team All-Conference, among a parcelof other post-season honorsfor 2012 yet to be bestowed.Last year, Karli was SpecialMention All-State as a juniorand first-team All-State onthe Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan(BCAM) roster.Karli, who surpassed the1,000-point scoring plateaulate in the season, will con-tinue her hardwood career at Aquinas College next year.For the second year in arow, Mackenzie made a hugeimpact in the Big North,earning first-team All-Conference honors and fin-ishing as the leading scorerin the league with a whop-ping 15.5 points per game.Edwards, a three-year varsity starter, was the second-lead-ing scorer in the league a year ago. The shifty junior, who can make the net dancefrom downtown and alsoknife her way through thepaint to kiss one off theglass, will join former coachKelli Parker as one of theelite scorers for the BlueDevil girls program beforeshe graduates next year.Mackenzie was a first-team member of the TopChoice All-Area girls squad a year ago and was also anhonorable mention BCAM All-State choice as well. Abby Schlicher – alsoknown as “Acetylene Abby”for her ability to torch thenets – continued to establishherself this season as a fiercetwo-way floor warrior for theCardinals of coach HeatherHuff and as a team leader as well.The versatile Schlicherstruck for 14.6 points pergame while helping theCardinals to a runner-up fin-ish to St. Mary in the Ski Valley, an 18-2 regular-sea-son mark and a berth in theClass C district finals againsttalented Tawas. She wasmuch more than a scorer,though. Abby also generated6.1 rebounds, 3.3 blocks and4.3 assists and she was afiery floor bandit on defense,averaging a whopping 7.3steals per game.Coach Huff, who was her-self a fiery two-way All-Stateguard for the Cardinals andthen coach Rick Guild in thelate 1980s, credited Abby’s work ethic as one big reasonfor the success she hasattained, as well as herunselfish play, her ability tosee the whole floor, and her willingness to do whatever ittakes to make the team bet-ter.The 6-foot-1 MorganHanel was a strong physicalpresence down low for I-Lakes this season, averaging a double-double with team-high totals of 10.5 points pergame and 11 rebounds asthe battling Bulldogs posteda 12-9 record and playedeveryone tough.Hanel was a model of con-sistency in the paint, hitting nearly 60 percent of hershots from the floor andgrabbing 221 rebounds. She wasn’t all about scoring,though. She was also big into rejection, knocking away a whopping 5.1 shotsper game. Additionally, sheset the table for her team-mates like a Food Network chef, delivering 3.9 assistsper game, and she was aforce defensively as well,recording 3.4 steals.Though just a sophomore,Kari Borowiak was a factor atboth ends of the court forthe Snowbirds in her second year as a varsity backcourtstarter. Borowiak blisteredthe nets to account for 15points per game, displaying the ability to poke the ironfrom the perimeter and alsocut through the lane to scorefrom in close or throw to anopen teammate. It was ondefense, though, that shereally shined, making lifemiserable for opposing ballhandlers with her suffocat-ing one-on-one pressure.Mackinaw City juniorCourtney Wallis had a whaleof a season for the Comets,making the twine twitch tothe tune of a prolific 17.8points per game as shehelped Mackinaw City winits first district title since1999 and also capture ashare of the Northern LakesConference championship. Wallis was more than justa scorer, though. She drew defenders like magnets, cre-ating open looks for team-mates, and then she firedpasses with surgical preci-sion, generating 6.0 assistsper game. She also pulleddown 5.0 rebounds and wasinto piracy on defense also,notching 4.6 steals per game.
CLASS A 
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Caprice Dennis, Detroit Pershing, 5-9, Sr.,Branndais Agee, Detroit Cass Tech, 5-11, Sr.Kelsey Mitchell, Inkster, 6-1, Sr.Raven Bankston, Detroit Mumford, 6-7, Jr.Marie Gaedke, Dearborn Edsel Ford, 5-10, Sr.Elena Popkey, Warren Cousino, 5-7, Sr.Gabby Yurik, Stoney Creek, 5-9, Sr.Sami Stormont, Royal Oak, 5-8, Jr. Allie Havers, Mattawan, 6-5, Jr.Shar’Rae Davis, Grand Haven, 5-9, Sr. Alex Law, Grand Haven, 5-11, Sr.
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Scott Woodhull, Waterford Kettering.
 Area Players:
HONORABLE MENTION
Mackenzie Edwards, Gaylord
Shaina Streeter, Traverse City WestKatie Knudsen, Traverse City Central
CLASS B
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
 Aerial Powers, Birmingham Detroit Country Day, 5-11, Sr. Amber Deane, Birmingham Detroit Country Day, 5-9, Sr.Brittany Streetman, Warren Lincoln, 5-7, Sr.Kiara Kudron, New Boston Huron, 6-2, Sr.Rosanna Reynolds, Dearborn Divine Child,5-9, Sr.Tori Jankoska, Freeland, 5-7, Jr.Olivia Nash, Escanaba, 6-2, Sr.Taylor Gleason, Goodrich, 5-8, Jr. Aketra Sevillian, Goodrich, 5-6, Jr.Kalabrya Gondrezick, Benton Harbor, 5-8, Fr.
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Jim Kalbfleisch, New Boston Huron.
CLASS C
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Madison Ristovski, Grosse Pointe WoodsUniversity-Liggett, 5-10, Sr.Sheyna Deans, Mount Clemens, 5-10, Sr.Sarah Appold, Saginaw Valley Lutheran, 5-9,Sr.Dy’man Webb, Flint Hamady, 6-1, Sr. Annemarie Hamlet, McBain, 5-6, Sr.Bailey Cairnduff, Morley-Stanwood, 5-11, Sr.Kelli Guy, Kalkaska, 5-6, Jr. Alexis Huntey, Morley-Stanwood, 6-2, Sr.Carlie Newman, Niles Brandywine, 5-9, Sr. Adrianna Culbert, Delton-Kellogg, 6-0, Sr.
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Rick McNeil, Adrian Madison.
 Area Players:
SPECIAL MENTION
Lauren Goldthorp, St. Ignace
HONORABLE MENTION
 Abby Schlicher, Johannesburg-Lewiston
Meredith Hamlet, McBainLiza Erickson, Traverse City St. Francis
Morgan Hanel, Indian RiverInland Lakes
Coach: Doreen Ingalls, St. Ignace
CLASS D
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Sarah Theut, Marine City Cardinal Mooney,5-10, Sr. rCarlee Cottrell, Waterford Our Lady of theLakes, 5-9, Sr.Lexie Robak, Waterford Our Lady of theLakes, 5-9, Jr.Sara Hansen, Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart,5-6, So.Lexi Gussert, Crystal Falls Forest Park, 6-1,Soph.Jaime Madalinski, Bark River-Harris, 5-11, Sr.Karli Jacob, Gaylord St. Mary, 5-9, Sr.Korynn Hincka, Posen, 6-1, Soph.
 Are’ona Hunter, East Kentwood West MichiganLutheran, 5-4, Fr.
Janae Langs, Climax-Scotts, 5-3, Jr.
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Justin Terry, Lansing Christian.
 Area Players:
HONORABLE MENTION
Kari Borowiak,Gaylord St. Mary Courtney Wallis,Mackinaw City 
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St. Mary senior Karli Jacob, shown here cruising to a breakaway in theregional title game with Posen, averaged 17 points this season.
 
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Gaylord St. Mary
Mackenzie Edwards
Gaylord
Abby Schlicher
Johannesburg-Lewiston
Kari Borowiak
Gaylord St. Mary
Morgan Hanel
Inland Lakes
Courtney Wallis
Mackinaw City
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March 22, 2012Choice Publications ... The Best Choice! Page 3-B
Hockey
Chiefs’ Elmore earns All-State
CHEBOYGAN – TheMichigan High SchoolHockey Coaches Associationreleased its annual Division 3 All-State Team last week andCheboygan senior forwardJake Elmore earned first-team honors.Cheboygan senior goalieNicklas Watson was a sec-ond-team pick andPetoskey’s free-wheeling rocket launcher, KyleRuggles, was honorable men-tion.The hardworking, high-scoring Elmore was part of the aptly-dubbed“Production Line” with fel-low seniors Jordan Yost andEryn Eustice. The ProductionLine played a huge role inCheboygan’s outstanding 21-6-1 season under first-yearcoach and former NHL play-er Craig Coxe and Elmore was the engine that helpedmake it go.The Chiefs, with Elmore’sinvaluable aid, had a record-setting season, earning a co-championship in the ruggedNorthern Michigan Hockey League and capturing theregional championship withconsecutive, narrow victoriesover talented foes Sault Ste.Marie, Gaylord and Cadillac. Watson -- designated by colorful Cheboygan hockey  writer Tom Eustice as “The Wall” – was outstanding dur-ing the course of the long season and typically turnedin his best performances when the games counted themost.Ruggles was a nightmarefor opposing goalies this sea-son, ratcheting up the pres-sure with his pinpoint blasts,launching sizzling wrist shotsfrom either side with alarm-ing accuracy.
FIRST TEAM
Forwards
Luke Brithinee, Allen Park CabriniChristopher Brown, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-KingswoodChad Cesarz, Jackson Lumen Christi
Jake Elmore, Cheboygan
Levi Erkkila, CalumetJoe Hewitt, ChelseaBrendan Jacques, CalumetB.J. Kolcz, MarysvilleColton Korhonen, Flint Powers Catholic Austin Pearson, Dearborn Divine ChildSebastian Stankiewicz, Birmingham Detroit Country Day Donald Sund, Grand Rapids Catholic Central
Defense
 Anthony Catalina, ChelseaDan Hankins, Grand Rapids Kenowa HillsCameron Heath, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood Anthony Scala, Dearborn Divine ChildBen Storm, CalumetShane Switzer, Birmingham Detroit Country Day 
Goalies
 Aaron Alkema, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-KingswoodBrett Avery, Grand Rapids Catholic CentralDevin Kero, Hancock Tony Peltier, Houghton
Other Area Players
SECOND TEAM
GoaliesNicklas Watson, Cheboygan
HONORABLE MENTION
ForwardsKyle Ruggles, Petoskey 
C.J. Wilkins, Sault Ste. Marie
Defense
Cliff Duvall, Sault Ste. MarieDane Moore, Cadillac
Cheboygan goalie Watson is second-team pick in D-3and Petoskey rocket launcher Kyle Ruggles is honorable mention
 
Cheboygan senior forward and team captain Jake Elmore parks in front of the netduring the regional championship game at Gaylord.
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GAYLORD – The 2012 Big North All-Conference girlsbasketball team wasannounced last week. Threeplayers from Petoskey madethe grade and two fromGaylord.On the first team wereGaylord junior wing Mackenzie Edwards andPetoskey junior forwardKelsey Ance. Mackenzie, oneof the dangerous point pro-ducers in the region, led theBig North in scoring, averag-ing 15.5 points per game.Kelsey helped fuel Petoskey’sremarkable second-half surge with her strong play atboth ends.Junior center MeganTompkins, who cast a long shadow under the boards forthe Northmen, was a secondteam pick and senior guardKatelyn Crittenden, a defen-sive specialist who made lifemiserable for opposing ballhandlers, was honorablemention.Gaylord’s smooth-striding  junior point guard SarahPolena was also honorablemention.
First Team
Katie Knudsen (12), T.C. CentralMackenzie Edwards (11), GaylordShaina Streeter (12), T.C. WestKelsey Ance (11), Petoskey Nicole Bruggema (11), Cadillac
Second Team
Katie Placek (9), T.C. WestMegan Tompkins (11), Petoskey Christina Kollien (11), Alpena Ali Walker (12), T.C. CentralMary Emington (11), Cadillac
Honorable Mention
Dana Salesman (12), AlpenaKatlyn Agren (11), CadillacMary-MaRae Baker (11), CadillacSelena Golnick (10), CadillacSarah Polena (11), GaylordJena Hoble (12), Ogemaw HeightsKayla Marshall (11), Ogemaw HeightsKatelyn Crittenden (12), Petoskey Chandler Cobb (12), T.C. CentralMolly Walker (12), T.C. CentralRessa Borkovich (12), T.C. WestLauren Ellison (11), T.C. West
Petoskey places 3 on 2012 Big North All-Conference roster, Gaylord places 2 on team
BIG NORTH ALL-CONFERENCE GIRLS BASKETBALL 2012MICHIGAN HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY COACHES ASSOCIATION2012 DIVISON 3 ALL-STATE TEAM
Girls Hoops
Edwards, Ance are first-team BNC
 
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Basketball
North Star Leaguenames teams
GAYLORD – The North StarLeague announced its annu-al All-League boys and girlsbasketball teams last week and skilled players from Mioand Atlanta were representedon the rosters.In the girls’ roster, Mio jun-ior guard Nona Rhoadsearned first-team honors andfellow junior guard Shelby Satkowiak was a second-team pick. The pair helpedlead the Thunderbolts to a13-7 record this season.On the boys’ team, Mio’ssmooth-striding, sweet-shooting junior guard MicahThomey earned a spot on thefirst-team roster andrawhide-tough senior guardGrant Price was an honorablemention pick. Atlanta junior guardGarrett Badgero, a dangerouslong-distance rocket launch-er, was a second-team selec-tion.
Mio, Atlanta represented on annual boys, girls All-League rosters
First Team
Taylor Jurek, Arenac Eastern Anita Rollins, AuGres SimsJensen Tchorzynski, HillmanNona Rhoads, MioKorynn Hincka, Posen
Second Team
Jaelynn Handrich, Fairview Halley Wolkens, HaleMorgan Hardies, HillmanShelby Satkowiak, Mio Anna Couture, Posen
Honorable Mention
Chantal Murdic, Arenac Eastern Ashli Maser, AuGres SimsLogan Winton, Fairview  Alissa Clink, Hillman Amanda Kennard, HillmanPaige Lewandowski, Posen Ashley Meyers, Posen
First Team
Luke Harris, Fairview Ben Katterman, HaleMicah Thomey, MioJerome Ciarkowski, PosenDavid Kerr, Posen
Second Team
Garrett Badgero, AtlantaKyle Boensch, AuGres SimsConner Pendred, AuGres SimsTyler Banks, HillmanNick Hincka, Posen
Honorable Mention
Joey Kramer, Arenac EasternKyle Zobel, Arenac EasternBrett Maser, AuGres SimsGrant Price, Mio
NORTH STARLEAGUE 2012BOYSBASKETBALLNORTH STARLEAGUE 2012GIRLSBASKETBALL
 VANDERBILT -- Vanderbilt High School is seeking appli-cants to fill the varsity boys and varsity girls basketballcoaches for the 2012-13 school year.Interested applicants should submit a letter of applica-tion to the superintendent's office by no later than Wednesday, April 11, by 3:30 p.m. Interviews will follow andsuccessful applicants will have to pass a criminal back-ground check prior to beginning employment.
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