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Snowbirds’ Foster repeats as Coach of Year; Edwards of Gaylord, Schlicher of J-L repeat on first-team roster
By Mike DunnGAYLORD — After helping to lead her team to anotherundefeated season in the Ski Valley, a second-straight dis-trict title, a regional title anda berth in the Class D quar-terfinals against Crystal FallsForest Park, St. Mary seniorKarli Jacob has been namedthe Top Choice Player of the Year in girls basketball.The tough, savvy 5-foot-8senior wing, who repeated asa member of the first team All-Area roster, was alsonamed first-team All-State inClass D by the AssociatedPress and repeated as theHerald Times Player of the Year, among several otherhonors.Other members of the 2012 All-Area first team are juniorMackenzie Edwards of Gaylord, junior Abby Schlicher of Johannesburg-Lewiston, junior Kelsey Anceof Petoskey, senior MorganHanel of Inland Lakes, juniorCourtney Wallis of Mackinaw City and St. Mary sophomoreKari Borowiak. Edwards andSchlicher also earned first-team All-Area honors last year.St. Mary coach KevinFoster is the Top ChoiceCoach of the Year for the sec-ond year in a row after guid-ing the Snowbirds to a 23-2record, a second-straightberth in the regional finals,and the first regional cham-pionship for the girls since2002. In addition, Foster’sSnowbirds were acknowl-edged as one of the top ClassD teams in the state in the weekly AP rankings through-out the second half of theseason.The 2012 All-Area coach-ing staff features Foster along  with Adam Stefanski of Mackinaw City and HeatherHuff of Johannesburg-Lewiston.Karli, who will continueher hardwood career at Aquinas College, also sur-passed the 1,000-point scor-ing milestone for her careernear the end of the season,becoming the eighthSnowbird female player toearn that achievement. Karli,a four-year varsity starter,finished with 1,038 points,tying her with Kelly Jasinskifor the No. 5 spot on theschool’s all-time list.By anyone’s standards,Karli had a monster season.In spite of losing time on thefloor in many games becausethe Snowbirds were blowing out the opponent, Karli stilllit it up for 17.9 points pergame. She applied Windex tothe window as well, cleaning the glass to record sevenrebounds per game.Her game was more thanscoring and rebounding,however. Karli made moresweet deliveries than a floristduring the campaign, averag-ing a whopping 3.9 assistsand she was a tenaciousdefender as well, recording 3.7 steals. She exhibitedmental and physical tough-ness, played intelligently and was a team leader on and off the court, too.Karli follows in the foot-steps of her older sistersCrystal and Kassi as out-standing St. Mary players.Both are former Players of the Year under then coachJim Kerfoot who went on toplay college ball.Foster believes Karli willrespond well to the challengeof continuing her hardwoodcareer at Aquinas. The coachcalled Karli a “great leader”and said she was “one of themost competitive girls I’veever coached.”Foster took over as the var-sity coach at St. Mary last year after leading theSnowbird JV gals to twostraight undefeated seasons.Edwards, a junior wing forGaylord and three-year varsi-ty starter, was the leading scorer in the rugged Big North Conference, averaging 15.5 points per game againstvery tough competition. She was named honorable men-tion All-State in Class A forher efforts in addition tobeing first-team All-State andearning All-Region honors.Schlicher – nicknamed“Acetylene Abby” for her abil-ity to torch the nets – startedfor the third straight year forJ-L coach Heather Huff andcontinued to display the ver-satility that has characterizedher play from the start.Schlicher sank 14.6 pointsper game 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 againstTawas. The hustling junioralso generated 6.1 rebounds,3.3 blocks and 4.3 assists andshe was covered the floor like wall-to-wall carpeting ondefense, averaging a whop-ping 7.3 steals per game. Ance, a two-year varsity starter and fierce competitorat forward for the Northmen,helped her team establish anew identity this seasonunder first-year coach AdamDobrowolski. It didn’t comeeasily or quickly, as Petoskey struggled in the first half of the season, winning just oneof the first nine games. Afterthe midway point, though,Petoskey was a differentteam, winning 13 of its final15 games and capturing thedistrict crown. Ance was amajor catalyst in the turn-around with her physically tough play inside, her accu-rate scoring touch, herdefensive energy and her on-floor leadership. Three times, Ance matched her career-high scoring total of 22points and she was a modelof consistency at both endsof the floor.Hanel, a 6-foot-1 moun-tain of intimidation downlow for Inland Lakes, was aphysical presence inside forI-Lakes this season, averag-ing a double-double withteam-high totals of 10.5points per game and 11rebounds. Hanel was deadly around the rim, hitting 58percent of her shots from thefloor while grabbing 221rebounds and recording anamazing 5.1 shots per game. Additionally, she set the tablefor her teammates like asouthern hostess, delivering 3.9 assists per game, and she was a force defensively as well, recording 3.4 steals.The smooth-striding Wallishelped the Comets of coach Adam Stefanski earn theirfirst Northern LakesConference and district titlessince 1999, waxing the netsfor an outstanding 17.8points per game. The junior was the kind of guard whomade everyone around herbetter. She also dished off 6.0assists per game to go with5.0 rebounds and 4.6 steals asMackinaw City enjoyed itsbest season in years.The scrappy Borowiak wasa dangerous net buster forthe Snowbirds this season,averaging 15 points, but she was a beast on defense as well. The second-year varsity starter was a sophomore whoplayed with the savvy of asenior, making smart passes,handling the other team’spressure in the backcourt,keeping her head in stressfulcircumstances and ratchet-ing up the
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The 2012 All-Area secondteam features one senior andsix juniors.Cheboygan senior KaliHancock, steady as the sun-rise, is the lone second-teamsenior. She is joined by versa-tile Grayling wing Jo Hamlin,imposing 6-foot-3 juniorPetoskey center MeganTompkins, free-flowing jun-ior guard Chrissy Smith of Gaylord St. Mary, dangerous junior twine-taming guardKallie Shimel of Onaway,point-producing juniorguard Nona Rhoads of Mioand productive junior pointguard Sarah Polena of Gaylord.
 
St. Mary senior Karli Jacob surpassed the 1,000-point scoring milestone and repeated as a Class D All-State performer.
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Kevin Foster of St. Mary repeats as the Top Choice All-Area Coach of the Year.
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TOP CHOICE ALL-AREAGIRLS PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
2008 – Ashlie House, Johannesburg-Lewistonand Megan Murphy, Onaway2009 – Ashlie House, Johannesburg-Lewiston2010 – Kerby Tamm, Petoskey2011 – Kerby Tamm, Petoskey2012 – Karli Jacob, Gaylord St. Mary
GIRLS COACH OF THE YEAR
2008 – Heather Huff, Johannesburg-Lewiston2009 – Heather Huff, Johannesburg-Lewiston2010 – Heather Huff, Johannesburg-Lewiston2011 – Kevin Foster, Gaylord St. Mary2012 – Kevin Foster, Gaylord St. Mary
TOP CHOICE 2012 GIRLS BASKETBALL
Player ofthe Year:
KarliJacob
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Coach of the Year: 
Kevin Foster
Gaylord St. Mary 
BCAM Free Throw shooting champion, Boyne City sophomore Ryan Carsonand his mother Lynn.The clincher. Boyne City's cool and calm sophomore just before he knocksdown his final shot. Carson went 10-for-10, runner-up Chris Hass (left)finished 9-for-10.
By Chris FielEAST LANSING – And thenthere were two. After outlasting the toptwenty of the state’s best freethrow shooters, it all camedown to a pair of NorthernMichigan boys, and when thedust settled, Boyne City’sRyan Carson stood alone asthe BCAM (BasketballCoaches Association of Michigan) Free throw cham-pion.Carson, a sophomore,made all 10 of his finals freethrow attempts, whilePellston senior, ChristopherHass made his first nine andsaw his 10th rim off.“We were all excited forRyan,” Boyne City coach Nick Redman said. “It was greatthat Ryan and Chris made thefinal, also it was nice to see aBoyne uniform on the Breslinfloor.”The BCAM competition was made up of the top 20free throw shooters in thestate. Each player was nomi-nated by their respectivecoaches.The competition consistedof three rounds, Carson fin-ished round one 21-of-25, while his Northern Michigancounterpart nailed 23-of-25.Round two saw Carson make23-of-25 and Hass finished22-of-25.Those totals were goodenough to move on to thefinals at the Breslin Center,home of the Michigan StateSpartans.Having made the highestnumber of free throws in thesecond round, Carson got tochoose whether he go first orlast in the final round. Hechose first, figuring to put thepressure on the Pellston sen-ior.In the final, each competi-tor matched shot for shot,until the final shot, that’s when Hass’s attempt rimmedoff and Carson was the cham-pion, going a perfect 10-of-10in the final.“I couldn’t believe I won it,”the Boyne City sophomoresaid. “It was a great feeling,also it was great for NorthernMichigan to be representedby two people from our area.”“What a great experienceand a well run event,” Ryansaid. “It was also really cool tobe shooting on the samecourt as the Spartans.”Carson will now look to theoffseason to continue toimprove his game before his junior season in Boyne, whileHass will take his talents tothe collegiate level atBucknell. A replay of the event can beviewed athttp://www.mhsaa.tv/events/32477.
Boyne City’s Ryan Carson edges Pellston’s Chris Hass for title
Northern Michigan well represented inBCAM Free Throw Challenge
Northern Michigan connection. The twofinalists for the BCAM (Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan) Free ThrowChallenge. Pellston's Christopher Hass (left)and Boyne City's Ryan Carson.
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 VANDERBILT -- Vanderbilt High School isseeking applicants to fill the varsity boys andvarsity girls basketball coach-es for the 2012-13 school year.Interested applicantsshould submit a letter of application to the superin-tendent's office by no laterthan Wednesday, April 11, by 3:30 p.m. Interviews will fol-low and successful applicants will have to pass a criminalbackground check prior tobeginning employment.
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Basketball
Lewis, Tobin are honorable mention
By Mike DunnGAYLORD – Two more areaplayers, Petoskey senior Zak Lewis in Class A and Grayling senior Zane Tobin in Class B,have earned honorable men-tion All-State recognition inboys hoops.The 6-foot-3 Lewis couldflat out light it up from 3-point land but he wasn’tafraid to mix it up inside forthe Northmen and coachDennis Starkey, and he wasalso an aggressive defender.Lewis made the net danceto the tune of 15.3 points pergame as he helped Petoskey  win its third straight Big North championship andcapture a district champi-onship. Lewis nailed nearly 40 percent of his long-rangemissiles. He also hauled in5.5 rebounds and set thetable for teammates like aNew York chef, notching 2.9assists per game. Lewis, whoalso earned first-team All-Conference honor along withsenior teammate JoeRobbins, was also noted forhis hard-nosed defensive work.Tobin, a three-year varsity starter in the backcourt for Viking coach Rich Moffit,came into his own this sea-son. Zane established him-self as a strong two-way per-former proficient in every aspect of the game.“Zane is a kid who workedhis butt off during the off sea-son to improve his game,”noted Grayling coach RichMoffit. “Zane spent countlesshours shooting and working on his ball handling skills.Zane has loads of potentialand will be a solid player atthe NAIA level.”The 6-foot-3 senior, whoplayed both the point andthe shooting guard posts forthe Vikings, averaged 14.7points per game, hitting 60percent of his two-pointattempts from the floor (87 of 146) and 40 percent from 3-point range (38 of 95).Tobin, who will be contin-uing his hardwood career with Siena HeightsUniversity, also averaged 5.0rebounds and 2.2 assists and was a beast on defense, aver-aging 1.7 steals while cover-ing opposing ball handlerslike a shadow.
 ASSOCIATED PRESS CLASS A ALL-STATE
Matt Costello, Bay City Western, 6-10, Sr., Player of the YearTravontis Richardson, Saginaw, 6-3, Sr.Bishop Robinson, Kalamazoo Loy Norrix, 6-2, Jr.Connar Tava, Warren De La Salle, 6-6, Sr.Denzel Watts, Flint Carman-Ainsworth, 6-1, Jr.Kahlil Felder, Detroit Pershing, 5-10, Jr.Malik Albert, Detroit King, 6-2, Sr.Jonathan Williams, Southfield-Lathrup, 6-2, Jr. Wes Clark, Romulus, 6-0, Jr.Jackson Lamb, Temperance Bedford, 6-7, Jr.Fredrick Edmond, Lansing Eastern, 6-4, sr.Chris Harrison-Docks, Okemos, 6-0, sr.James Young, Troy 6-6, Jr.
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Julian Taylor, Saginaw; John Pleasant,Rochester; Nate Oats, Romulus.
SPECIAL MENTION
(nominees receiving two or more votesfrom the 10-member panel): Eric Evans, Jenison; Jalen Adams,Saginaw Arthur Hill; Jordan Hare, Saginaw Arthur Hill; TaylorPerry, Rochester.
HONORABLE MENTION
(nominees receiving one or no votesfrom the 10-member panel):Blake Hibbitts, Hudsonville; Austin Somerfield, Greenville;Zac VanBeek, Zeeland East; Trent Windemuller, Holland;Darren Kapustka, Grand Rapids Northview; Myles Busby,Niles; Nate Taylor, Battle Creek Central; Dean Kolstad,Richland Gull Lake; Zach Cornish, Mattawan; Ryan Hickoff,Fenton;
Zak Lewis, Petoskey;
Graeme Placek, Traverse City  West; Sherron Dorsey-Walker, Detroit Pershing; Martez Walker, Detroit Pershing; E.C. Matthews, Romulus; ChrisJenkins, U-D Jesuit; Tristan Simmons, Ypsilanti; Mike Lewis, Ann Arbor Huron; Tyler Conklin, Macomb L'Anse CreuseNorth; Tracy Edmond, East Lansing; Rashaun Carroll, Lansing  Waverly; Brandon Nazione, Howell; Dorrell Foster, NorthFarmington; Nick Tatu, Clarkston; Corentae DeBerry, Holland;Kevin Rich, Grand Rapids Northview; Taylor Moton, Okemos.COACH: Mike Thomas, Kalamazoo Central.
 ASSOCIATED PRESS CLASS B ALL-STATE
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Denzel Valentine, Lansing Sexton, 6-6, sr.
Bryn Forbes, Lansing Sexton, 6-1, sr. Anthony Clemmons, Lansing Sexton, 6-1, sr.Stevie Repichowski, Lansing Catholic, 6-5, sr.Kevin Badger, Wyoming Godwin Heights, 6-0, sr.Lance Monroe, Bridgeport, 6-0, jr.Lloyd Neely, Detroit Crockett, 6-5, sr.John Simons, Cadillac, 6-8, sr.Jared Klein, Otsego, 6-1, sr.Drake Harris, Grand Rapids Christian, 6-4, soph.Dontel Highsmith, Dowagiac, 6-2, jr.Byron Ziegler, Detroit Community, 6-6, jr.Sterling Morrow, Cranbrook-Kingswood, 6-1, sr.Kellen McCormick, Pontiac Notre Dame, 6-8, sr.Derrick Watson, Harper Woods Chandler Park, 6-0, jr.
HONORABLE MENTION
(nominees receiving one or no votesfrom the 10-member panel):
Zane Tobin, Grayling
Petoskey senior Lewis andGrayling senior Tobin bothreceive honorable mention All-State recognition
Petoskey senior Zak Lewis sends a shot skywardduring the district championship game against Alpena.Grayling senior Zane Tobin kisses one of the windowto score a deuce during the district clash atRoscommon.
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EAST LANSING --Classifications for MichiganHigh School Athletic Association elections andpostseason tournaments intraditionally classified sports(A, B, C, D) for the 2012-13school year have beenannounced, as well as theenrollment breaks for post-season tournaments set upby divisions.Classifications for theupcoming school year arebased on a second semestercount date, which forMHSAA purposes wasFebruary 8. The enrollmentfigure submitted for athleticclassification purposes may be different from the countsubmitted for school aid pur-poses, as it does not includestudents ineligible for athlet-ic competition because they reached their 19th birthday prior to September 1 of thecurrent school year and willnot include alternative edu-cation students if none areallowed athletic eligibility by the local school district. After all the counts aresubmitted, tournament-qualified member schoolsare ranked according toenrollment, and then split asclosely into quarters as possi-ble. For 2012-13, there are760 tournament-qualifiedmember schools and 190schools in each class.Effective with the 2012-13school year, schools with 911or more students are in Class A in MHSAA post-seasontournament competition.The enrollment limits forClass B are 449 to 910; Class Cis 217 to 448; and schools with enrollments of 216 andfewer are Class D. The breaksdecreased 41 studentsbetween Classes A and B and17 between Classes B and C,and increased one betweenClasses C and D.The new classificationbreaks will see 29 schoolsmove up in class for 2012-13, while 24 schools will movedown.Schools were recently noti-fied of their classification.MHSAA Executive DirectorJohn E. "Jack" Roberts saidthat schools may not subse-quently lower their enroll-ment figure. However, if revised enrollment figuresshould be higher and indi-cate that a school should beplaying in a higher class, thatschool would be moved up.Schools have the option toplay at any higher classifica-tion for a minimum of two years, but must exercise theoption by April 15 for fallsports, August 15 for wintersports, and October 15 forspring sports.MHSAA tournamentsports conducted in tradi-tional classifications for2012-13 are Basketball andGirls Volleyball. Football willuse traditional classificationsto determine playoff points.Sports which will competein nearly equal divisions are:Baseball, Bowling, GirlsCompetitive Cheer, LowerPeninsula Cross Country,Lower Peninsula Golf, IceHockey, Lacrosse, LowerPeninsula Soccer, Skiing,Softball, Lower PeninsulaSwimming and Diving,Lower Peninsula Tennis,Lower Peninsula Track andField, and Wrestling. Visit the respective sportspages on the MHSAA Websiteto review the divisional align-ments.The divisions and quali-fiers for the MHSAA FootballPlayoffs will be announcedon Selection Sunday, Oct. 21,2012. A complete list of schoolenrollments used to deter-mine classifications for the2012-13 school year can befound on the Enrollment &Classification page of theMHSAA Website. (Here is adirect link to the page –http://www.mhsaa.com/portals/0/documents/AD%20Forms/1213enroll.pdf)Here is a complete list of schools changing classifica-tion for 2012-13 (Note: Thislist does not include schoolsopting up in class/divisionfor tournaments, which canbe found on the Administrators page of theMHSAA Website):
Moving Up From Class B to Class A 
St. JosephEast Grand RapidsHamtramckRiverview CommunitSault Ste. Marie – Sault AreaFowlervilleGrand Rapids ChristianFruitportLindenColdwater
Moving Down From Class A to Class B
 Warren FitzgeraldWarren ReginaFlint NorthwesternFlint NorthernSt. ClairGrand Rapids CrestonTrentonDetroit CentralDetroit Pershing 
Moving Up From Class C to Class B
River RougeFarwell AreaLeslieClareKalkaskaNapoleonKentwood Grand River Preparatory Detroit Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative StudiesSouthfield Bradford Academy 
Moving Down From Class B to Class C
Dearborn Advanced Technology Academy Detroit Westside Academy Harper WoodsHemlock Highland Park Community Muskegon HeightsDetroit Frederick Douglass
Moving Up From Class D to Class C
 Ypsilanti Arbor PrepGrand Rapids Wellspring Preparatory Detroit DEPSA Early College of Excellence Wixom St. Catherine of Siena Academy Detroit Jalen Rose Leadership Academy (* see below)Three Oaks River Valley Detroit Collegiate PrepHarper Woods HEART Academy Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary  West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy 
Moving Down From Class C to Class D
MendonMt. Pleasant Beal CitFife Lake Forest AreaSuttons BaSt. Ignace La SalleMesicRudyardSaginaw Buena Vista
New Post-Season Eligible Tournament Schools in 2012-13
Detroit Aisha Shule/W.E.B. DuBoisPreparatory Academy (Class D) Walker West Michigan Academy of Environmental Sciences (Class D)Grand Rapids Wellspring Preparatory (Class C)Muskegon Way Point (Class D) Ypsilanti Arbor Prep (Class C)Swartz Creek Genesee Academy (Class D)Pinckney Livingston Christian (Class D)
Enrollment Breaks by Classes – 2012-13
(Number of schools in parenthesis)Class A: 911 and above (190 schools)Class B: 449 – 910 (190)Class C: 217 – 448 (190)Class D: 216 and below (190)
MHSAA announces 2012-13 classifications
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