By Andy Sneddon

GAYLORD – The key to
winning any athletic compe-
tition is to play to your
strengths.
The Gaylord High School
girls basketball team did
enough of that Monday night
in posting a 45-31 Big North
Conference victory over
Petoskey.
The win lifted the Blue
Devils to 6-2 overall, 4-0
league. They remain alone in
first place. Petoskey slipped
to 1-8, 1-4. The Blue Devils
play host to Sault Ste. Marie,
6-3, today in a non-league
game. The Sault handed
Gaylord a 55-52 loss a week
ago. Gaylord’s only other loss
came to St. Ignace in the sea-
son-opener. The Saints, who
last year won the Class D
state championship, are
ranked fourth in Class C.
Monday’s win was particu-
larly important for Gaylord
because it came just three
days after the Blue Devils
knocked off Cadillac, 52-44.
It was the Vikings’ first league
loss and the win gave
Gaylord sole possession of
first place in the conference.
“I told the girls, (Petoskey)
was a trap game,” Gaylord
coach Frank Hamilla said.
“You come off a big win,
(Petoskey’s) looking to make
a statement, and we had a lit-
tle letdown.
“But give Petoskey credit.
Those girls did what they
wanted to and they kept it
close for three quarters and
we get in the fourth quarter
and we made some plays at
the end.
“I told (my players) that we
have a bulls-eye on our back
and we’re going to have to
step up every game. The
ball’s in our court right now
as long as we can take control
of it. And we’ll go from there.
“But our league is so bal-
anced, that’s what’s so scary.
… There really haven’t been
any blowouts in the league
this year.”
It did indeed get a little
scary from Gaylord’s stand-
point as the Northmen, who
have now lost six straight
starts, hung in and were
within two possessions early
in the fourth quarter.
Gaylord’s lead bounced
from 5-13 points throughout
the middle two quarters, but
less than a minute into the
fourth, the Northmen drew
to within six, 30-24, and had
seized momentum.
After Hamilla called a
timeout, the Blue Devils went
on an 11-0 spurt to increase
their advantage to 17 – their
largest lead of the night to
that point.
The key? Getting back to
what they do best, scoring in
transition. And the key to
that? Playing solid defense.
“I was a little concerned
with pressing going full court
in the fourth quarter with
some of our girls in foul trou-
ble, but we finally went to
that 2-2-1 press and we got
some turnovers off of it and
got our transition game
going a little bit better too,”
Hamilla said. “We’ve got to
get our transition game going
to be a good basketball team,
and at times we did, but we
need to get into it more.”
Sydney Kassuba started
Gaylord’s game-clinching
surge when she scored inside
off a nice drive-and-dish
from Maddy Hamilla.
Kassuba was fouled on the
bucket and she converted the
free throw, and just like that,
the Blue Devil lead was back
to nine, 33-24.
Brandi Wagner then scored
on a drive, Lauren Hintz and
Lindsey Zaremba both nailed
a pair of free throws, and
Zaremba finished the surge
with a steal-and-layup. When
the dust settled, the Blue
Devils were up, 41-24, with
just under three minutes left.
Petoskey committed four
turnovers and missed two
field goal attempts during
the decisive surge.
“We were feeling pretty
good,” Petoskey coach Adam
Dobrowolski said of his
team’s mindset when it drew
to within six early in the
fourth. “We felt that we were
following the game plan
exactly how we wanted to fol-
low it. … That (run) kind of
took the wind out of our sails
a little bit. They got a couple
easy ones, a couple
turnovers, a couple foul calls
went against us, and sudden-
ly the lead balloons like that.
“When you’re playing from
behind like that and the
other team regains the
momentum, there’s not
much you can do.”
Maddy Hamilla led the
Blue Devils with 12 points,
while Kassuba added 10.
Kassuba and Sydney
Gooding shared the team
lead in rebounds with five
each.
Petoskey’s Kati Lewis hit
four 3-pointers en route to a
game-high 14 points. Asia
Abram-Craig grabbed seven
rebounds for the Northmen,
who play host to Cadillac in
the opening game of a girls-
boys varsity doubleheader on
Friday.
The Petoskey High School
Athletic Hall of Fame Class of
2014 will be inducted at half-
time of the boys game.
Lewis hit back-to-back 3-
pointers and then converted
a short jumper late in the
third quarter to get Petoskey
back in the game. The
Northmen trailed by 13, 28-
15, with under four minutes
left in the third, but Lewis’
eight straight points drew the
Northmen to within five, 28-
23, with under a minute to
play in the third.
And while Petoskey lost the
game, Dobrowolski said
there are plenty of encourag-
ing signs. That fact that his
team hung in and clawed
back to within five points late
in the third quarter among
them.
“We were sharing the ball
well, we were moving the ball
well, we were patient so I’m
very pleased with the way
that our offense was mov-
ing,” he said. “If you saw us a
couple of weeks ago, we
weren’t moving the ball that
way. We were turning the ball
over more than we were
tonight. I think that’s a posi-
tive step in the right direc-
tion.
“A lot of it is finding what
people’s roles are on the
court, finding what combina-
tions work best together. We
want to continue to get bet-
ter and be playing our best
basketball in February and I
think if we continue to do
what we’ve done the past
couple of weeks, we’ll get
there.”
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Basketball
Blue Devils hold off pesky Petoskey,
remain unbeaten in Big North
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GAYLORD – The Gaylord
freshmen girls pulled out a
tough one at home against a
very good Cadillac team on
Friday, Jan. 17, winning by
the narrowest of margins in
overtime, 49-48.
Skyler Wickert waxed the
nets for 14 points to lead the
way for the young Blue
Devils and newfound point
guard Katelyn Putnam pro-
duced an outstanding effort
and floor game, notching 11
points. Kendyl Jarski added
some jolt to the attack as
well, scoring 12.
“The whole team played
great; I am very proud of
their hard work and dedica-
tion,” said Gaylord coach
Jessi Matelski. “The team
played wonderfully togeth-
er.”
Gaylord frosh girls edge
Vikings
Skyler cans 14 as unbeaten Blue Devils beat
Big North rival by point in overtime
Basketball
By Mike Dunn
GAYLORD – The St. Mary
girls of coach Dan Smith
remained unbeaten in the Ski
Valley with a pair of work-
manlike victories last week.
On Wednesday, Jan. 15, the
Snowbirds visited
Mancelona and earned a sur-
prisingly tough 40-31 deci-
sion over the scrappy Lady
Ironmen of coach Ben
Tarbutton. On Friday, Jan. 17,
St. Mary recorded a 65-15
decision over Inland Lakes.
At the halfway mark of the
season, the fifth-ranked
Snowbirds own a 9-1 record
overall and 7-0 in the Ski
Valley.
In the win at Mancelona, it
was long-armed sophomore
forward Bekah Myler leading
the way with 12 points. She
was the only Snowbird player
to reach double digits on a
night when Mancelona
slowed the tempo of the
game down and did every-
thing in its power to keep the
Snowbirds from getting tran-
sition points in bunches.
Coach Tarbutton, who
starred on the hardwood for
the St. Mary boys in the early
2000s, slowed the pace of the
game down and gave his
team a chance to be compet-
itive. It’s a credit to Tarbutton
and to the Lady Ironmen that
they could stay within 10
points of the high-powered,
state-ranked Snowbirds.
Mancelona came into this
season having lost 41 straight
games. Even with a roster
featuring two freshmen
starters, the Lady Ironmen
already have three wins this
season and the girls are play-
ing everyone tough.
Myler was challenged on
virtually every shot she took
on this night. She hit on 6-of-
8 from the line. Sweet-shoot-
ing senior guard Kari
Borowiak tallied nine points
with a trey. Gabby Schultz
and McKenna Roberts each
rang up six points and Caylee
Lawnichak landed four
through the iron.
Mancelona trailed 32-18
after three quarters but
outscoring the visiting
Snowbirds 13-8 in the fourth
quarter to trim the St. Mary
lead to single digits at the
final buzzer. In that sense, it
was a great moral victory for
the young Lady Ironmen.
Mancelona freshman cen-
ter Eileene Naniseni led all
scorers in the game with 14
points. “Electric” Eileene
generated the juice for the
Ironmen offense as she’s
been doing all season. Senior
guard Emily Nixon made the
twine twitch to the tune of
seven points while spitfire
senior guard Tyra Oetting tal-
lied five.
Mancelona (3-5, 2-4)
played at Inland Lakes on
Wednesday, Jan. 22. The Lady
Ironmen are home against
Bellaire this Friday, Jan. 24.
On Monday, Jan. 27, they are
slated to play at Ellsworth.
St. Mary (9-1, 7-0) played
host to league foe Central
Lake on Wednesday, Jan. 22.
On Friday, Jan. 24, the
Snowbirds are home against
Forest Area with the varsity
game starting at 6 p.m. since
Forest Area has no JV team.
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, St.
Mary has the much-antici-
pated rematch with perenni-
al cross-county foe
Johannesburg-Lewiston at
the court of the Cardinals. It
is also the annual Rivals Rally
for the Cure contest.
St. Mary outscores Mancy, I-Lakes to
remain unbeaten in Ski Valley
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10
th
Annual Snowmobile Fun Run
This year benefiting Crawford County United Way

Saturday, February 8, 2014
Check-In at Noon at Dingman’s Bar
Entry Donation: $25 per person
Includes Lunch at Dingman’s, T-Shirt,
Prizes, and Dinner Party at 8 pm
at Mainstream Steak & Ribs.
Hosts:
Dingman’s Bar – Kalkaska
The Hideaway – Starvation Lake
Swamp II – Frederic Township
Mainstream Steak & Ribs – Grayling
Main Sponsor: Northpointe Motors of Gaylord
Also sponsored by our friends at:
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Route: Leisurely ride begins after lunch and check-in at Dingman’s, with stops
at each host location, ending with dinner and fun at Mainstream Steak &
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vehicle. Non-sledders of all ages are encouraged to participate by car.
JOIN US and support CCUW that supports our strong communi ty.

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Basketball
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By Mike Dunn
JOHANNESBURG – At the
halfway point of the season,
things are looking pretty
good for the Johannesburg-
Lewiston girls of coach
Heather Huff.
On Wednesday, Jan. 15, the
Cardinals secured a 74-10
decision over Inland Lakes in
league play and on Friday,
Jan. 17, the Cardinals earned
a 66-35 victory at the court of
a battling Mancelona team
that is showing much
improvement this season.
In the win at Mancelona, it
was senior sharpshooter
Brittany Cherwinski turning
in one of the best games of
her notable hardwood career,
draining the nets for 25
points and pulling down five
boards.
Maddie Showerman was
locked in like radar from 3-
point land, making the nets
dance three times from
downtown to score nine
points at the court of the
Lady Ironmen. Hailey Weaver
also tallied nine while Emily
Aishthorpe made eight and
Kelsey Cherwinski churned
out six.
Showerman and Weaver
also showed up big inside,
each pulling down 10 boards
in the physical battle. Julia
Nieman issued six assists.
Madison Ewing and Sydney
McKenney covered the floor
like carpeting, each record-
ing five steals.
The Mancelona girls of
coach Ben Tarbutton, to their
credit, did not get easily rat-
tled against the suffocating J-
L pressure and battled hard
for 32 minutes. The
Mancelona girls, with a 3-5
record at the time of this
writing, already have accu-
mulated more three more
wins this season than in the
previous four seasons com-
bined.
Long-armed freshman
center Eileene Naniseni, who
appears to be on her way to
an outstanding prep career
for the Lady Ironmen, made
her presence felt inside once
again. “Electric” Eileene
plugged the iron for 12
points.
Senior sparkplug point
guard Tyra Oetting tallied 10
and did a nice job penetrat-
ing into the lane and drawing
fouls. Bekky Piatt added five
and Sara Hittle scored four.
The J-L JV squad of coach
Brett McVannel earned a 42-
11 decision over the Lady
Ironmen to push its record to
7-2 overall and 4-2 in the Ski
Valley. Sarah Korff canned 10
to pace a balanced scoring
ledger for the young
Cardinals, with Haley
McVannel and Tiffany
McDonald adding nine and
eight, respectively, and Taylor
Kroll and Ellen Weaver hit-
ting waxing the nets for four
points. Haley also had four
steals and three assists.
ON WEDNESDAY in the
win over I-Lakes, it was
Showerman raining down 17
points through the iron to
pace the Cardinal offense.
Brittany Cherwinski blistered
the nets for 13 points with
Emily Aisthorpe accounting
for 12 and McKenzie
Mathewson for seven.
Showerman also secured
nine boards. Ewing was all
over the floor defensively,
making six seals, and she
served up sweet dishes to her
teammates, issuing seven
assists.
The J-L JV team faced a
very stiff battle against a tal-
ented I-Lakes JV squad, final-
ly prevailing by a 38-32 mar-
gin. Sweet-shooting Sarah
Korff was on target once
again, taming the twine for
14 points to go with four
steals and three assists. Haley
hit for nine points while
Tiffany McDonald and
Kaitlyn Huff did a Windex
number on the glass, each
grabbing 10 rebounds.
Kaitlyn also canned eight
points and Tiffany struck for
seven.
J-L (8-2, 5-2) played at
Onaway on Wednesday, Jan.
22. On Friday, Jan. 24, the
Cardinals are home against
Pellston and on Tuesday, Jan.
28, the Cardinals are home
for their much-anticipated
rematch with perennial
cross-county foe Gaylord St.
Mary. It is also the annual
Rivals Rally for a Cure con-
test.
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Cardinals of coach Huff are 8-2 at
halfway point of season and 5-2 in rugged Ski Valley
Hamilla’s troops stay unbeaten in Big North with big home victory over previously
unbeaten Vikings; Gaylord JV keeps winning close ones
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By Mike Dunn
GAYLORD – The resilient,
determined Gaylord girls of
coach Frank Hamilla turned
in one of their best perform-
ances of the season on
Friday, Jan. 17, with a 52-44
decision over talented Big
North rival Cadillac.
Gaylord, seeking its first-
ever Big North champi-
onship, pushed its record to
5-2 overall and 4-0 in the
conference while handing
Cadillac its first loss. The Blue
Devils took sole possession
of first place in the league
standings with the win.
It was the sparkling play of
super sophomore Brandi
Wagner and sizzling senior
Maddie Hamilla leading the
way once again as they
drained the nets for 15 points
apiece. Lauren Hintz and
Lindsey Zaremba also added
zip to the offense, hitting for
six points each.
The hard-fought, defensive
showdown was tied at 30
after three quarters before
the Blue Devils pulled away,
outscoring the visitors 22-14
over the final eight minutes.
The Blue Devils made 13-of-
18 from the charity stripe in
the quarter. For the game,
Gaylord was an excellent 18-
of-24 from the line.
“We buckled down in the
fourth quarter on the defen-
sive end and were able to
convert on the other end.”
Hamilla said. “We converted
our free throws in the fourth
quarter and did a good job
from the line all game long.
“I thought we did a great
job of communicating
together on the defensive
end,” he added. “We
switched when we had to and
got defenders through
screens. I don't think they got
too many open looks, and
with their height advantage
we did a nice job of doubling
the post from the weak side
and rotating positions.”
The opportunistic
Zaremba was big into piracy
once again, notching four
steals to go with four assists
and four boards. Wagner also
had four assists and four
boards. Hintz hauled in six
rebounds while Maddie and
Joslyn Rider each grabbed
four.
Abbey Fuller and Jenna
Erway fired in 10 points each
for Cadillac.
The Gaylord JV girls of
coach Shelly Curtis also had a
big night, securing a 44-37
victory over the Vikings.
Casey Korte had the C-Ko
flowing once again as she
added to her glowing laurels
this season with another
dominating performance,
scoring 20 with 11 boards for
a double-double. Korte also
covered the floor like a fresh
coat of wax, making eight
steals.
Ariveara Piehl brought her
usual burst of energy off the
bench while playing what
coach Curtis said was her
best game of the season,
scoring 10 points. Adrienne
Edwards tallied five and
turned up the lever on the
pressure defense to suffoca-
tion mode.
ON TUESDAY, Jan. 14, the
Blue Devils went north of the
bridge to take on talented
Sault Ste. Marie and suffered
a tight 55-52 loss.
It was a close game all the
way through. The Blue Devils
led 14-12 after one quarter
but trailed 28-23 at the half.
They stormed back in the
third quarter to trim the
deficit to a single point, 38-
37, but the Soo closed
stronger, outscoring Gaylord
17-15 to earn the win.
Lindsey Zaremba and
Lauren Hintz paced a bal-
anced scoring night with 12
points each and Brandi
Wagner waxed the twine for
11. Maddie Hamilla added
eight. Sydney Kassuba had a
productive contest, record-
ing seven rebounds and six
assists. Hintz had four
assists.
“I thought both teams were
evenly matched, the differ-
ence ending up being a half-
court shot at the end of the
first quarter by Jessica
Parmer from the Soo,”
Hamilla reported. “I liked
that we got some good bal-
anced scoring tonight. The
girls fought to the end, which
shows great character. We
had a chance to tie it at the
end and it came up a little
short.”
Gaylord gets another crack
at the Sault on the home floor
on Thursday, Jan. 23.
The Gaylord JV had a real
barnburner at the Sault, bat-
tling tooth-and-nail and
finally finding a way to take a
tense 36-35 victory.
Casey “C-Ko” Korte canned
13 to pace the young Blue
Devil. Mallory Marshall
made the nets dance to the
tune of nine points and
Maddy Sides struck for six
points.
Gaylord (6-2, 5-0) have
their anticipated rematch at
home against Sault Ste.
Marie this Thursday, Jan. 23.
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SAULT STE. MARIE – The
Gaylord Gators participated
in a unique swim meet in
Sault Ste. Marie on Saturday
Jan. 18. The event was called
a pentathlon because each
swimmer was required to
swim in 5 separate events.
Trophies were awarded in
each age bracket for the
fastest combined times.
Because of time, distance
and weather, the Gators
competed with one of the
smallest teams in the field.
Despite this fact, the team
was awarded two first place
trophies and a second in the
nine divisions they compet-
ed in.
Once again, Matthew
Markarewicz led the boys
team by sweeping all five
events and walking away
with the first place trophy in
the boys 15-18 age group.
In the most exciting com-
petition of the day, Allie
Rutkowski won four of the
five events, besting the sec-
ond place finisher by the slim
margin of 3.07 seconds to fin-
ish in first in the 15-18 age
group to lead the girls team.
Cameron Martella finished
first in the backstroke, sec-
ond in the breaststroke and
swam well enough in the
other three events to walk
away with second place
hardware in the girls 11-12
age group. Katie Rutkowski
was awarded a second place
medal in the 15-18 butterfly
and Rebecca Reynolds got
hers for a third place finish in
the 9-10 breaststroke.
Several young up-and-
comers were awarded rib-
bons for their efforts includ-
ing Maizy James, Anna
Erickson, Halle Busch, Bailey
Bennett, Ryne Bennett,
Samuel Defeyter, Shellby
Dreffs, Suzi Fousek, Andrew
Markarewicz, and Fayth
Sanom.
Gaylord Gators vie in unique meet
Each swimmer competes in five different
events in Sault meet
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They say it isn’t so much
about what happens to you,
but how you respond to it.
The Cheboygan High
School girls basketball
responded, in a big way, on
Monday, topping Alpena, 50-
42, in a non-league game on
the road.
The win came three nights
after the Chiefs dropped a
61-36 Straits Area Conference
game to St. Ignace, which is
ranked fourth in Class C after
winning the Class D state
championship last season.
“That’s a big win on the
road,” said Cheboygan coach
Jason Purcell, whose team is
scheduled to go to East
Jordan for a non-leaguer on
Wednesday and to Newberry
for a SAC game on Friday.
“One of the things we always
talk about with our kids is if
you want to win champi-
onships, whether it’s a league
or a district or whatever, you
have to be able to win on the
road.
“It’s a good start to the
week for us, and a good
bounce-back win.”
Brooke Hancock scored 17
points and Macey
Charboneau added 10 points
and 14 rebounds to lead the
Chiefs, who improved to 4-5.
Bridget Blaskowski added six
points and six assists, and
Carolyn Clark had five points
and eight rebounds.
Adrianna Hatch scored 17
points for the Wildcats, 1-6,
who defeated Petoskey, 34-
32, for their first win of the
season three nights earlier.
The Chiefs built a 30-17
halftime lead, but the
Wildcats trimmed their
deficit to three, 37-34, after
three quarters. Blaskowski
scored off a sideline
inbounds play to open the
fourth quarter and up
Cheboygan’s lead to five, 39-
34, and Alpena never got
closer the rest of the way. The
Chiefs made 18 of their 30
free throw attempts on the
night.
Ashley Hempenstall scored
11 points and grabbed six
rebounds to lead the Chiefs
in their loss to St. Ignace,
which outscored the Chiefs
19-7 in the second quarter for
a 37-17 halftime lead.
Hancock added nine
points, and Charboneau fin-
ished with six rebounds.
Margo Brown scored 17
points to lead the Saints
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TRAVERSE CITY – Despite
out-shooting all their oppo-
nents last week the Bay Area
Reps dropped two out of
three games, all on the road,
to fall to 4-10 on the season.
The Reps opened their
road trip at Alpena on
Wednesday, Jan. 8, and after
a scoreless first period the
Wildcats found the back of
the net twice in the second
period to lead 2-0 heading
into the final stanza. The
Reps failed to capitalize on
several power-play attempts
in the game as Alpena goalie
Jesse Boilore was spectacu-
lar in net, thwarting every
shot the Reps sent his way.
Alpena added a short-
handed goal 1:15 into the
third period to make the
final score 3-0 in favor of the
Wildcats.
The Reps traveled to
Petoskey on Friday, Jan. 10,
to do battle with the
Northmen and came away
with a dominating 2-0 victo-
ry. Zach Bargy zoomed one
home to put the Reps on the
board 42 seconds into the
game with assist from Ryan
Quinlan and Gavin Uitvlugt.
Andrew Dzierwa drilled a
whistler to light the lamp
with 25 seconds left in the
first with Josh Hill drawing
an assist as the Reps lead 2-0
after one period. Jay Jones
made the lead hold up as he
stopped all seven shots the
Northmen sent his way.
On Saturday, Bay Area
traveled to Midland to face
the Tri-Valley Titans, a team
they beat at home 5-1 earlier
in the season. After trailing
1-0 for most of the game,
Carson Altonen tied the
score 1-1 with 3:42 left in the
third period. John VanRaalte
and Trevor Apsey earned
assists on the Altonen goal.
But the Titans scored off a
face off with 1:18 to go to
send the Reps home with a
disappointing 2-1 loss.
The Reps returned to their
home ice to face University
of Liggett on Friday, Jan. 15,
and Utica Eisenhower on
Saturday, Jan. 16. The Reps
dropped a tough 3-1 deci-
sion to Liggett and then fell
5-1 to the Eisenhower Eagles
as their record slipped to 4-
12 for the season.
Bargy, Dzierwa blast goals in shutout victory
at Petoskey; Reps outshoot Alpena, Tri-Valley
in narrow defeats
Cheboygan’s week includes three road trips
Hockey
Reps win one, lose
two on road
Northmen squander third-period lead in 4-3 loss
Chiefs double up Big Rapids, snap losing skid
CHEBOYGAN – The streak
is over. Time to start another
one. This one on the good
side.
Austin Christie and Adam
Jeannotte scored two goals
apiece and Kaleb Wood
stopped 21 shots as the
Cheboygan High School
hockey team snapped its
seven-game losing streak
with a 6-3 victory over Big
Rapids Saturday at Ralph G.
Cantile Arena.
The Chiefs, who had not
won since Dec. 13 – a 36-day
stretch – improved to 6-10.
They were scheduled to play
back-to-back home games
beginning Wednesday with
the Bay Area Reps and con-
cluding on Thursday with
Marquette.
“It’s going to make every-
body feel a little bit better,”
Cheboygan coach Craig Coxe
said of Saturday’s win. “We’ve
still got a long road ahead of
us. Our goal now is to get
back to .500 and end the sea-
son above .500. There’s still a
lot of hockey to go.”
The win came 10 days after
perhaps the most frustrating
loss in the Chiefs’ seven-
game skid, a 3-2 setback to a
Petoskey team that
Cheboygan had beaten in the
season-opener. The Chiefs
outshot the Northmen, 42-
26, in that 3-2 loss and it was
one of several times during
the five-week stretch that
Cheboygan could legitimate-
ly claim that it has outplayed
an opponent, only to lose.
They outshot the
Cardinals, 33-24, on
Saturday, but the difference
this time around was that
they capitalized. Cheboygan
fell behind early, 1-0, but
scored three straight goals for
a 3-1 lead at the first inter-
mission. They increased their
advantage to 6-2 after two
periods.
“We played a great first
period,” Coxe said. “We out-
shot them 16-5 in the first
period. We just came out fly-
ing and played really well.”
Which was a concern, Coxe
said, because it had been 10
days since that loss to
Petoskey. On one hand, the
break gave the Chiefs, who at
one time had five players out
because of injury, a chance to
get healthy. On the other
hand, there was a chance
that some rust may have
accumulated on their game.
“I don’t like taking that
much time off between
games,” Coxe said. “You have
that many days without a
game, usually it’s tough,
especially in the first period,
to get back into game mode.
They did great. They came
out fresh and skated real
well. I was very, very
pleased.”
Dakota Bell and Nate
Stempky also scored for the
Chiefs, while Jeanotte and DJ
Sayers finished with two
assists apiece. Zach Schley,
Gavin Armstrong and
Christie each had an assist.
Northmen drop two
It was a tale of two losses
for the Petoskey High School
hockey team over the week-
end. On Friday, the
Northmen dropped a 5-0 Big
North Conference decision
to Cadillac, while on
Saturday, Petoskey squan-
dered a 2-1 third-period lead
in falling to the FNV Griffins.
FNV is a co-op program
between Freeland, Saginaw
Nouvel and Saginaw Valley
Lutheran high schools. The
Griffins, who defeated
Gaylord, 6-3, on Friday, left
Petoskey with a 12-5-0
record.
The losses to Cadillc and
then FNV were the third and
fourth in a row for the
Northmen, who are 1-12-3
and were scheduled to enter-
tain Traverse City Central in a
Big North game on
Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Griffin
Arena. The Northmen then
go to Gaylord for a league
game on Friday, Jan. 24.
Petoskey is 0-3-2 in Big North
play.
Bryndon Worden’s two
goals gave Petoskey a 2-1
lead entering the third period
against FNV. The Griffins
scored three consecutive
goals.
Cam Wilder scored mid-
way through the third to pull
Petoskey to within 4-3, but
the Northmen couldn’t get
the equalizer. Wilder and Ben
Schwartzfisher each had an
assist. Adam McCain stopped
18 shots in net for the
Northmen.
Petoskey outshot the
Griffins, 29-22.
Spencer Graham scored 10
seconds into the first period
Friday to stake Cadillac to a
1-0 lead on the Northmen as
Connor Kassuba and Noah
Scott teamed to stop 16 shots
in posting the combined
shutout.
The Vikings improved to 9-
3-1 overall, 2-2-1 league.
Two nights earlier, Traverse
City West scored seven unan-
swered goals in handing the
Northmen a 9-1 Big North
loss.
Tom Crampton scored
Petoskey’s goal, unassisted,
in the first period, after
which the Northmen trailed
2-1.
McCain and Michael
Whittaker split the game in
goal for Petoskey.
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FIFE LAKE – The host
Forest Area Warriors slowed
down the Mancelona boys
basketball team as the two
Ski Valley Conference teams
clashed on Thursday, Jan. 16.
But, slowing down
Mancelona (6-2 overall, 4-1
conference) wouldn’t be
enough, as the visiting
Ironmen celebrated a 47-37
victory and junior Brandon
Dingman scoring his 1,000th
point in the second quarter.
“Ever since I’ve had him as
a freshman, he’s taken a lot of
time to work on his shot,”
said Mancelona head coach
Rick Duerkson of Dingman.
“It shows. He’s a really good
shooter.”
Duerkson added it helps
that Dingman is far from one
dimensional and able to put
the ball on the floor, drive by
defenders and get to the rim.
“Teams have to respect
that,” the coach said. “Then,
he can just pull up for a
jumper.”
Dingman exploded against
Forest Area for 25 points, 5
rebounds, 2 assists and 2
steals to lead the Ironmen,
with Griffin Borst chipping in
13 points, 5 rebounds, 4
assists and 1 steal.
Forest Area seemingly tried
to slow the pace of the game.
Duerkson said his team,
which usually averages 50
shots or more a game, put up
just 35 attempts Thursday.
“And, I think they took
even less,” he added.
The two conference rivals
were knotted at 12-12 at the
end of the first quarter. But,
the Ironmen built a 23-14
lead at the half by holding
Forest Area to just a basket in
the second period.
“That was pretty much the
deciding quarter,” Duerkson
said.
Other contributors for the
Ironmen on Thursday
included: Logan Borst with 4
points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist
and 3 steals; Justin Spires
with 3 points and 3 boards;
Jake Winstead with 2 points,
3 rebounds, 2 assists and 2
steals; and Derek Conway
with 4 rebounds.
Onaway 61
Mancelona 58
The visiting Ironmen had
their chance to topple SVC
rival Onaway from the ranks
of the undefeated in confer-
ence play Tuesday, Jan. 14,
but a missed shot with less
than 10 seconds in regulation
left Mancelona on the wrong
side of 61-58 final score.
Both Bellaire and Onaway
are still undefeated in the
SVC, as of action starting this
week.
“They’re a good team,”
Duerkson said of the host
Cardinals. “They have a cou-
ple of good athletes. They’re
going to win some games.”
After an opening period
that found Mancelona train-
ing, 11-9, the Ironmen rallied
and outgunned the Cardinals
in the second quarter, 18-10,
to taking a 27-21 lead into the
locker room at halftime.
But, the second half was
dominated by the Cardinals,
who held a double-digit lead
at times.
“I really felt the difference
in the game was we were giv-
ing up second and third
shots,” Duerkson said.
Dingman paced the
Ironmen with a near double-
double of 31 points, 9
rebounds and 1 assist. Spires
added 10 points and 4
rebounds in the loss.
Also contributing for
Mancelona were: Griffin
Borst with 8 points, 6
rebounds and 4 assists;
Winstead with 5 points, 5
assists and 4 steals; Conway
with 4 points; and Logan
Borst with 7 rebounds and 3
assists.
Senior forward Joe
O'Bradovich scored 26 to
pace Onaway and grabbed
seven boards. Carlos Bautista
tallied 12 with 11 boards and
Pat Dunn scored nine with 14
rebounds.
– Report by
Dennis Mansfield,
Buckland News Service.
Ironmen rebound with win over host Warriors
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MIDLAND – Petoskey-area
native Beverly Neville was
inducted into the Michigan
Amateur Softball Association
Hall of Fame on Saturday
during a ceremony at the H
Hotel in Midland.
Neville, formerly Beverly
Johnecheck and then
Sobleski, was a pioneer as a
player, coach and league and
MASA official from the early
1960s until the late ‘80s. She
was inducted under the
Meritorious Service category.
Among those also induct-
ed on Saturday was Lynda
Christensen of Boyne City,
who also went in under
Meritorious Service. Both
Neville and Christensen were
instrumental in bringing the
game to generations of girls
and young women in
Northern Michigan.
Neville was a standout
player in the Petoskey
Women’s Fastpitch League,
but that was just the tip of the
iceberg of her accomplish-
ments and contributions
throughout Emmet County.
She spearheaded the effort
to launch the North Emmet
Girls Fastpitch Pigtail League
along with the birth of
Pellston High School softball,
she served as a MASA com-
missioner and representa-
tive, and coached for some
15 years at virtually every
level from youth teams to
adult squads.
“It’s a very humbling type
of thing and I’m very hon-
ored,” Neville said. “So many
people have helped me along
the way.”
Scott Kelly, the MASA
District 21 commissioner,
credited Neville with foster-
ing the development of the
game for female in the area.
“Bev was a significant play-
er in the development of soft-
ball opportunities for
females at all levels,” Kelly
wrote in his nomination let-
ter to the Hall of Fame com-
mittee. “Through her efforts
in concert with Ed White,
Lynda Christensen and
countless others, softball
opportunities for women in
the area came from its
seedling roots of a men’s-
only sport in the 1940s, ‘50s
and ‘60s to a thriving
women’s sport in the ‘70s that
was then complemented
with development programs
in all schools and communi-
ties in the early-to-mid
1980s.
“Those historic roots in
promoting equal opportuni-
ties are one of the reasons
our district has six female
fastpitch players already
inducted into the MASA Hall
of Fame.”
Neville, then Beverly
Johnecheck, was one of six
children – and the only girl –
in her family. They grew up
on a farm on Camp Daggett
Road where the resourceful
Johnecheck children spent
their summers playing sand-
lot ball.
Neville’s baptism in organ-
ized ball came in 1961 with
the Boyne City Merchants,
and she continued to play
competitively until 1987. She
was a member of numerous
championship teams,
including the ’62 Merchants
squad that captured the
Class D Women’s Fastpitch
State Championship.
She led the charge in form-
ing the Pellston Pigtail
League for girls in the late
‘60s, and she eventually
became the district women’s
and youth representative, a
post in which she served for
more than 15 years. She was
also a MASA commissioner
at large from 1972-85.
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By Andy Sneddon
Two teams, two titles.
The wrestling teams repre-
senting Gaylord and
Petoskey high schools are
coming off tournament
championships – Gaylord at
Dexter, Petoskey in its home
gym – and both will be
among the field of 31 squads
expected to compete
Saturday in the annual
Northern Michigan
Championships at Gaylord
High School.
But first, for Gaylord, is a
Wednesday showdown with
West Branch Ogemaw
Heights. If the Blue Devils,
who entered the week 27-1 in
duals and ranked seventh in
Division II by Michigan
Grappler, beat the Falcons, it
will give Gaylord its seventh
consecutive Big North
Conference championship.
Gaylord entered the match
4-0 in league duals. Non-
league opponents
Whittemore-Prescott and
Onaway were also scheduled
to partake in the event, mak-
ing it a quad.
Two of Gaylord’s league
victories came a week ago in
a double-dual at Petoskey.
The Blue Devils cruised to a
46-9 win over Petoskey and a
58-12 victory over Alpena.
Gaylord
Six Blue Devils finished 5-0
Saturday in leading Gaylord
to a first-place finish in the
Dexter Invitational.
Gaylord won all five of its
meets in the dual-format
event. The Blue Devils
downed Trenton, 43-24, in
the championship match.
Dominic LaJoie (103
pounds), Trenton Lashuay
(112), Jon Martin (119), Seth
Lashuay (125), Tristan
Gregory (189) and Shane
Foster (215) were the six Blue
Devils who were unbeaten
throughout the tournament.
LaJoie, who is ranked
fourth in his weight class in
Division II by Michigan
Grappler, improved to 34-0
with his perfect day at
Dexter.
Gregory and Foster are
fourth and fifth, respectively,
at 189; while Martin (119)
and teammate Jeff Heinz
(140) received honorable
mention in their respective
weight classes.
Heinz, wrestling at both
135 and 140, led a group of
five Blue Devils who finished
4-1 at Dexter. Jacob Panosso
(130-135), Matt Kempher
(130), Matt Jenkins (145) and
Tristan Blanzy (140) were the
others. Gaylord’s Mike
Shyrock (285) and Forest
Madagame (171) each fin-
ished 3-2.
The Blue Devils opened
with a 43-21 win over Jackson
Lumen Christi, then beat
Ann Arbor Pioneer, 50-16;
Chelsea, 55-21; and Brighton
B, 73-0.
In sweeping Petoskey and
Alpena last week, LaJoie,
Trent Lashuay, Martin,
Kempher, Madagame,
Gregory and Foster each fin-
ished 2-0.
The Blue Devils and
Northmen split the night’s
two premier matches. LaJoie
defeated Petoskey’s Trevor
Giallombardo, who is ranked
seventh in Division II, on a
14-2 major decision. It was
the second time this season
that LaJoie has defeated the
Petoskey sophomore, and
Giallombardo became the
first of LaJoie’s matches to go
the distance.
Heinz dropped a 4-2 deci-
sion to Petoskey’s Nick
Strobel, who is ranked sev-
enth at 140.
The Northern Michigan
Championships are sched-
uled to begin at 10 a.m. on
Saturday at Gaylord High
School.
Petoskey
Seven Northmen went
undefeated and another fin-
ished 4-1 Saturday as the
Northmen captured the
Petoskey Invitational.
Petoskey opened with a 63-
14 win over Traverse City St.
Francis, then downed
Roscommon, 54-18;
Manistee, 64-18; Rogers City,
51-27; and Benzie Central,
54-26.
The Northmen are 16-2 in
duals. Petoskey was sched-
uled to wrestle a double-dual
at Traverse City West on
Wednesday. Traverse City
Central was also scheduled
to partake in the event.
Giallombardo, Gage Paul
(112), Scott Kibbe (119), Rob
Kibbe (130), Strobel, Cam
Plath (152) and Trevor
Denoyer (189) each finished
a perfect 5-0 in the tourna-
ment, while Mike Kibbe (125)
went 4-1.
“I am especially happy for
our seniors who have started
since their freshman year –
Mike Kibbe, Strobel, Plath
and Denoyer,” Petoskey
coach Nate Gross said. “I
believe we went 0-5 in the
tournament when they were
freshmen.
“It is a great way to end
their home careers at
Petoskey High School. They
have put in the time, and it
has paid dividends. I hope
our younger wrestlers will
continue doing even more
work in hopes of greater
return.
“Don Dickmann (leg-
endary Petoskey cross coun-
try/track coach) used to talk
about ‘putting money in the
bank.’ I try to echo that with
my wrestlers, and they are
getting the message.”
Petoskey’s wins against St.
Francis came from
Giallombardo, Paul, Scott
Kibbe, Rob Kibbe, Austin
Linn (135), Marcus Groh
(160), Dakota Vieau (171),
Denoyer and Drew Wilson
(215). Strobel earned the
team wrestler of the meet
award after a 6-2 win over
state-ranked Matt Mawby.
Wilson was named
Petoskey’s wrestler of the
meet in the victory over
Roscommon. Giallombardo,
Paul, Scott Kibbe, Mike
Kibbe, Rob Kibbe, Strobel,
Plath, Denoyer and Jordan
Marihugh (285) also won
their respective matches.
Giallombardo was the
wrestler of the meet in the
victory over Manistee. Also
winning for the Northmen
were Paul, Scott Kibbe, Josh
Argetsinger (130), Linn,
Strobel, Zach Hoffman (145),
Plath, Vieau and Denoyer.
Giallombardo, Paul, Scott
Kibbe, Mike Kibbe, Rob
Kibbe, Strobel, Plath,
Denoyer and Marihugh were
winners against Rogers City.
Rob Kibbe earned the
wrestler of the meet award.
Hoffman was named
Petoskey’s wrestler of the
meet in the victory over
Benzie Central.
Giallombardo, Paul, Scott
Kibbe, Mike Kibbe, Strobel,
Hoffman, Plath, Groh and
Denoyer also won matches
for the Northmen.
Petoskey split its two Big
North home duals a week
ago, losing to Gaylord, 46-9,
and beating West Branch
Ogemaw Heights, 37-28.
Strobel defeated Jeff Heinz,
4-2, at 140 in Petoskey’s
match with Gaylord.
Hoffman (145) downed
Tristan Blanzy, 7-4; and Plath
(152) topped Matt Jenkins, 8-
3, for Petoskey’s other victo-
ries against the Blue Devils.
The Northmen and
Falcons split their 14 match-
es, but Ogemaw recorded
three pins to Petoskey’s one
for the difference in the team
score.
Petoskey’s lone pin came
from Plath in 1 minute, 30
seconds.
Other Petoskey winners
were Giallombardo, Paul,
Scott Kibbe, Linn, Strobel
and Denoyer.
Gaylord site of annual ‘championships’ on Saturday
Blue Devils, Petoskey claim tournament titles
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By Mike Dunn and Andy
Sneddon
JOHANNESBURG – The
Johannesburg-Lewiston boys
of coach Troy Huff bounced
back from the tough loss to
Bellaire two days before
before to earn a hard-fought
66-51 victory over Ski Valley
foe Central Lake on
Thursday, Jan. 16.
The Cardinals broke open
a close game in the third
quarter, pushing to a double-
digit lead on the scoreboard.
It was “Lights Out” Logan
Huff leading the way from
the backcourt once again
and bruising Brandon Huff
battling ferociously under
the boards. Both Huffs
earned a double-double.
Logan launched a team-
high 16 points through the
iron and served up more
sweet dishes than a Food
Network chef, earning an
eye-popping 11 assists in the
contest. Brandon earned a
blue-collar double-double,
banging his way to 13
rebounds while putting 12
points on the board.
Nate Fox fired in 14 points
and pulled down six boards
to help the cause and Chad
Garton churned out eight
points with a typically effec-
tive effort off the bench.
Coalton Huff contributed
to the win in ways that can’t
be measured on the stat
sheet. Coalton connected for
six points but, more impor-
tantly, he covered Central
Lake’s dangerous Will
Brockman like snow on an
evergreen, limiting
Brockman to just four points.
Coalton also generated four
steals.
ON TUESDAY, J-L dropped
a 52-39 decision to league-
leading Bellaire, which was
ranked third in Class D in the
latest AP poll. The game was
a lot closer than the 13-point
spread reveals, however. The
Cardinals trailed just 15-12
after the first quarter and
forced the Eagles to play a
half-court offense and battle
to create open looks at the
basket.
Brandon Huff battled like a
pit bull, as usual, while scor-
ing a team-high 11 points.
Logan Huff and Nate Fox
each found the bottom of the
net for seven points and Fox
grabbed five rebounds.
Coalton Huff scored six.
Spencer White waxed the
twine for four points and
turned in a strong defensive
effort off the bench.
Denny Hall led Bellaire
with 24 points.
J-L (3-4, 2-3) played at
home against Inland Lakes
on Tuesday, Jan. 21. On
Thursday, Jan. 23, the Cards
play at Mancelona and on
Monday, Jan. 27, they engage
in a non-league clash at
Tawas Area. On Wednesday,
Jan. 29, they are home again
against surging league foe
Onaway.
Mio 59
Fairview 37
FAIRVIEW – The Mio boys
pushed their record to 7-1
with a 59-37 triumph over
non-league foe Fairview on
Monday, Jan. 20.
The Thunderbolts led 19-
10, 29-10 and 44-22 at the
quarter breaks.
Big Ben Lubitz lubricated
the twine for a game-high 29
points to pace the Bolts.
Aaron Georgieff added 12.
Hudson Szubelak tallied 14
to lead Fairview.
Mio hosts Whittemore-
Prescott on Thursday, Jan. 22.
Onaway 75
Pellston 44
PELLSTON – The Onaway
boys of coach Eddy
Szymoniak won their sixth
straight game on Friday, Jan.
17, posting a 75-44 decision
over Ski Valley rival Pellston.
Senior forward Joe
O’Bradovich was smoking
hot from the floor, stoking
the nets for 28 points to go
with 12 rebounds as the
Cardinals pushed their
record to 6-1 overall and 4-0
in league play.
O’Bradovich also rejected
three Hornet shots and
notched four assists and
three steals.
Fellow senior Carlos
Bautista nearly had a double-
double as well as he rang up
13 points with nine boards
and he also blocked three
shots. Bautista covered the
floor defensively like wet on
water, recording five steals to
help fuel the big league win.
Pat Dunn was dynamite
from the floor, drilling the
nets for 10 points for the
Cards.
Will Seldon scored 11
points to lead the hardwork-
ing Hornets and Conner
Kilpatrick added eight.
"If you were here the first
night (of the season), we
were gosh awful, but we're
making progress," Pellston
coach Larry Cassidy said
after Friday’s loss to Onaway.
"The key thing is you've got
to play 32 minutes. We played
16 (against Onaway), but I
told the kids I believe in
them, won't stop believing in
them, they've got to believe
in themselves."
Pellston is 3-5 overall, 3-3
in the Ski Valley. The Hornets
were scheduled to play at
Bellaire in a league game on
Tuesday, Jan. 21. The Hornets
play at Forest Area on
Wednesday, Jan. 29. The JV
game has a 5:30 tip-off that
night.
Onaway (6-1, 4-0) played a
key Ski Valley game against
Forest Area on Tuesday, Jan.
21.
Cadillac 51
Gaylord 29
CADILLAC – The Gaylord
boys of coach Tim O’Rourke
faced a stiff test at the court
of talented Cadillac on Friday
night. The Blue Devils stayed
with the Vikings through the
first quarter of a very physi-
cal contest but the Vikings
had too much firepower and
eventually pulled away to
post a 51-29 decision.
Jalen Brooks generated a
double-double for Cadillac
with 13 points and 10
rebounds. Andrew Emington
tallied 10 for the Vikings.
The Blue Devils slipped to
2-3 and 0-2 in the Big North
with the loss.
Harbor Light 56
Alba 54
ALBA — Harbor Light
closed out strong to finally
edge host Alba 56-54 in a
thrilling Northern Lakes
Conference contest played
Monday, Jan. 20.
Harbor Light led 26-22 at
the half but the host Wildcats
stormed back to take a 43-40
lead after three quarters. The
Swordsmen were able to rally
to outscore the home team
16-11 in the final quarter.
Alec Shaw brought sizzle to
the Swordsmen attack, drain-
ing the nets for 21 points.
Lucas Matthews, who hit for
18, and Kirk Muller, who fin-
ished with 14, made critical
free throws in the fourth
quarter.
Harbor Light improved to
3-5 overall and 3-2 in the
league while Alba slipped to
2-5 and 1-4.
Mackinaw City 88
Vanderbilt 14
VANDERBILT — The
Mackinaw City boys of coach
Austin Krieg assaulted the
iron big time at the court of
Northern Lakes Conference
foe Vanderbilt on Thursday,
Jan. 16, taking an 88-14 deci-
sion. The Comets pushed
their record to 7-1 overall and
remained unbeaten in the
league with a 4-0 mark.
Noah Morse added to his
laurels this season with
another strong showing from
the floor, canning 28 points.
Joining Morse in double dig-
its for the high-flying Comets
were Carson Hartman and
Jacob Bell, who each rang up
13 points, and Jonah Robbins
and Matt Rivera, who each
tallied 12.
The Comets (7-1, 4-0)
entertained Wolverine on
Wednesday, Jan. 22, in anoth-
er Northern Lakes
Conference game. They play
at Harbor Light on Friday,
Jan. 24, and are home against
Ellsworth on Wednesday, Jan.
29.
Pellston 67
Central Lake 61
PELLSTON – Will Seldon
struck for 20 points to lead
Pellston to a 67-61 victory
over Central Lake in Ski
Valley play on Tuesday, Jan.
14. The Hornets seized con-
trol with a 9-0 second-half
run, turning a one-point
deficit into a 65-57 lead.
Also for Pellston, Austin
Hamlin, Connor Kintz and
Conner Kilpatrick added 12
points apiece.
J-L rebounds to tame Trojans
Huff boys are tough on Central Lake; Gaylord boys fall at Cadillac; Mio, Onaway,
Mack City post wins
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Lady Vikes bedevil East Jordan, 42-36
GRAYLING – A stingy
defensive effort by the
Grayling girls varsity basket-
ball team bedeviled visiting
East Jordan, with the Vikings
holding on for a 42-38 win at
home over their Lake
Michigan Conference foe
Monday, Jan. 20.
The visiting Red Devils (1-6
overall, 0-2 conference) man-
aged just 24 points in the first
24 minutes of play combined
against the Lady Vikings,
which also struggled to score
at times. Grayling (4-6 over-
all, 2-4 conference) forged a
22-15 advantage at the half,
despite scoring only eight
points in the opening stanza.
The Lady Vikes again
struggled offensively in the
final eight minutes, being
held to nine points for the
period. But, Grayling had
ended the third quarter with
a 33-24 advantage and was
able to hold on for the win.
Samantha Denno powered
the Lady Vikes with a double-
double and solid all-round
performance that included
15 points, 11 rebounds, 1
assist, 2 steals and 3 blocked
shots.
Grayling cagers Cierra
Prosser and Erica Umlor
each scored 9 points in the
victory, with Umlor also
chipping in 6 rebounds, 1
assist and 7 rebounds and
Prosser tallying 4 rebounds, 4
assists and 2 steals against
the Red Devils.
Other contributors for
Grayling included: Brittany
Nielson with 3 points, 5
rebounds, 1 assist and 3
steals; Makayla Cragg with 2
points, 6 rebounds and 1
steal; Courtney Hatfield with
2 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist
and 3 steals; Tandy Mitchell
with 2 points, 1 rebound and
1 steal; and Rachel Money
and Katie Vierling, each with
1 rebound.
Charlevoix 52
Grayling 49
The Lady Vikes could have
used just one more 13-point
quarter in their 52-49 loss to
visiting Charlevoix on Friday,
17.
Grayling scored 13 points
in each of the first three quar-
ters and trailed the Rayders
by just three points, 42-39,
ending into the fourth peri-
od. Both teams scored 10
points in the final eight min-
utes, leaving the Lady Vikes
still three points shy of their
LMC rival.
Cragg scored a team-high
12 points for the Lady Vikes,
along with grabbing 8
rebounds and 1 steal. Denno
was just a point short of a
double-double with 9 points,
10 rebounds, 2 assists, 2
steals and 3 blocked shots.
Also contributing for
Grayling were: Hatfield with
8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists
and 3 steals; Umlor with 7
points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist
and 3 steals; Money with 5
points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
and 4 steals; Prosser with 4
points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist
and 5 steals; Nielson with 3
points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals
and 1 blocked shot; and
Leslie Reilly with 1 point; and
Vierling with 1 rebound.
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By Andy Sneddon
Athletics, after all, are part
of the educational process.
Petoskey High School boys
basketball coach Dennis
Starkey knew his team faced
a difficult test last week when
it had to play at Cadillac and
then at Alpena.
The Northmen emerged
with two losses – their first
two in the Big North
Conference – but they got an
almost immediate opportu-
nity to right the ship this
week when they were sched-
uled to play Big North foes
Gaylord on Tuesday and
Cadillac on Friday. Both
games are at home.
“That’ll be real interesting
to see how that goes,” Starkey
said. “I anticipate that we’ll
play a lot better than we did
last week. But we have to
show it on the court.”
The Northmen showed
plenty of fight both at
Cadillac and at Alpena. They
trailed 31-18 at halftime to
the Vikings and it was 41-28
heading into the fourth quar-
ter. The Northmen made a
late surge, but couldn’t get
over the hump and in the
end, dropped a 50-42 deci-
sion.
The Northmen held a 60-
57 lead at Alpena with just
over three minutes to play,
but were outscored 10-1
down the stretch. The
Northmen turned the ball
over on six of their final 12
possessions.
“Playing on the road is
such a different situation
than what you have at
home,” Starkey said. “And we
learned a lot in the loss at
Cadillac on Tuesday. The
guys responded well because
we were ready to play against
Alpena and we gave our-
selves a chance to win.
“It’s a different mindset
playing on the road. It’s easy
to get yourself ready to play
at home. You have to work
hard to play well on the
road.”
The loss to Cadillac ended
a six-game Northmen win
streak. Petoskey entered the
week 6-3 overall and 3-2 in
the league, one of several
teams with two league losses.
Both Alpena and Cadillac
entered the league with one
conference loss apiece.
“Probably the two toughest
places to play in the league
were the games we played
last week,” Starkey said. “It’s a
long way before this league
race is settled. There are a lot
of good teams and every-
body’s going to have to play
on the road.”
Friday’s game with the
Vikings takes on added sig-
nificance because it is Hall of
Fame induction night at
Petoskey. Three Northmen
greats, Jerry Cosens, Bob
Doctor and Marty Hill, will
join the prestigious hall dur-
ing halftime of the boys varsi-
ty game. The girls varsity
game tips off at 6 p.m.
Parker Monley hit five 3-
pointers en route to 18 points
to lead the Northmen against
Alpena, while Andy Marwede
scored 16 to pace the
Wildcats.
Aron Lee added 11 points
and seven assists for the
Northmen, while Joe LeBlanc
had 10 points and five assists,
and Monley grabbed six
rebounds.
Monley made five of his 11
3-point attempts. The
Northmen were 7-for-15
from beyond the arc.
Lee and Nick Mesnard
scored eight points apiece to
lead the Northmen against
Cadillac, while LeBlanc and
Evan Whitmore added seven
each. LeBlanc grabbed a
team-high six rebounds.
Andrew Emington scored
18 points and Jalen Brooks
added 17 to lead the Vikings.
Northmen look to rebound after rough week on the road
Petoskey enters week one game back in Big North
GRAYLING – The Grayling
boys varsity basketball team
struggled to defend its home
floor Friday, Jan. 17, falling to
Lake Michigan Conference
foe Charlevoix in overtime,
71-68.
Charlevoix (1-5 overall, 1-2
conference) looked to raid
the host Vikings early on, tak-
ing a 22-15 lead in the open-
ing quarter. The Rayders still
held the advantage at half-
time, but the Vikings had cut
the gap to just 29-26.
Momentum seemingly
continued its swing in favor
of Grayling (5-3 overall, 2-2
conference) in the third
quarter, with the Vikings
outscoring Charlevoix, 14-9,
to go up 40-38 entering the
final eight minutes.
But the Rayders were able
to force overtime by knotting
the game at 54-54 at the end
of regulation, and then
earned the win by outgun-
ning the Vikings by three in
the extra stanza.
“This was a very emotional
game for our team,” said
Grayling head coach Rich
Moffit. “We were under a
number of adverse situations
and our kids competed.
“We struggled defensively
to get stops in pressure situa-
tions,” he added. “Plus, we
turned it over during some
crucial times.”
A quartet of Vikings hit
double figures in the loss,
with Tyler McClanahan pac-
ing Grayling with 18 points, 6
rebounds, 4 steals and 4
assists. Geoff Wilson tallied
16 points, 5 rebounds and 1
assist, and Justice Junttila
chipped in with 11 points, 10
rebounds and 1 steal.
Michael Branch was the final
member of the foursome
with 10 points, 8 rebounds, 1
steal, 1 assist and 1 blocked
shot.
“Offensively, we have to get
better at distributing the ball
in traffic,” Moffit said. “We
also struggled to shoot the
ball from beyond the arc.
“We will get better.”
Other contributors for the
Vikings on Friday included:
Matt Burrell with 6 points, 6
rebounds and 1 steal; Scout
Tobin with 5 points, 3
rebounds and 1 steal; Carson
Burmeister with 2 points, 4
rebounds, 6 steals and 4
assists; Peyton Zigila with 3
rebounds and 1 steal;
Emmett Helsel with 3
rebounds; and Scott Wakeley
with 1 assist.
Grayling 64
Roscommon 46
The host Vikings used a
solid first half to propel them
to non-conference win, 64-
46, over neighboring rival
Roscommon on Tuesday, Jan.
14.
Grayling put up more
points in the opening quar-
ter, than the visiting Bucks
managed in the entire first
half. The Vikings jumped out
to an 18-11 advantage in the
first quarter and, while hold-
ing Roscommon to just six
points in the second period,
forged an insurmountable
41-17 lead at halftime.
McClanahan helped pave
the way for Grayling 14
points, 1 rebound, 3 assists
and 3 steals, while Tobin
added 11 points, 3 rebounds,
3 assists and 4 steals. Junttila
hit for 9 points, grabbed a
team-best 11 rebounds and
had 4 steals in the win.
“I was very pleased with
our intensity during the first
and second quarters,” Moffit
said. “We created 23
turnovers in the first half and
created some easy scoring
opportunities.”
Also contributing for the
Vikings were: Wilson with 8
points, 2 rebounds and 2
steals; Burrell 6 points and 3
rebounds; Burmeister with 4
points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
and 5 steals; Mason
Papendick with 4 points, 4
rebounds, 1 steal and 1
blocked shot; Zigila with 3
points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists
and 6 steals; Branch with 2
points, 7 rebounds and 1
steal; Wakeley with 2 points,
2 rebounds and 1 steal;
Gunner Metzer with 1 point
and 1 assist; Helsel with 5
rebounds and 1 steal; Zane
Pittman with 3 rebounds
and 1 steal; and Darin
Nicholas with 2 rebounds
and 2 assists.
“We started the third quar-
ter with a 9-0 run and we
were allowed to get some
kids some valuable playing
time,” Moffit added.
– Report by
Dennis Mansfield,
Buckland News Service.
Grayling falls in OT to Charlevoix, 71-68
By Andy Sneddon
Between them, there were
26 varsity letters, their
names appear myriad times
in the record books, and
their teams captured an
awful lot of hardware.
And the memories. Oh the
memories.
A trio of former Petoskey
High School greats – each a
legend in his own right –
comprises the Class of 2014
of the Petoskey Athletic Hall
of Fame.
Jerry Cosens, Mike Doctor
and Marty Hill will take their
place in the hall on Friday,
Jan. 24, during an induction
ceremony at halftime of the
Petoskey-Cadillac boys bas-
ketball game at Petoskey
High School.
All three were key mem-
bers of several Northmen
football, basketball, base-
ball, ski, and track and field
teams in the mid 1970s. And
each played a critical role
during a time when those
Northmen squads enjoyed
consistent and sustained
success.
Hill graduated in 1976,
Cosens and Doctor in ’77.
The common denominator
was football, and all three
were key members of the
1975 team – Hill was a sen-
ior, the others juniors – that
finished 8-1 and won the
Michigan-Huron Shores
League championship.
Cosens quarterbacked
that squad, while Hill was a
fullback, and Doctor a half-
back. The fourth member of
that backfield, Tom Splan,
was inducted into the hall in
2006.
Hill now lives in
Rochester, N.Y., where he
owns and operates a con-
struction company. He
earned 11 varsity letters in
football, skiing and track and
field during his days in
Northmen blue and white.
He overcame an ankle
injury to place fifth in both
the slalom and giant slalom
in the 1976 state ski finals,
earning All-State honors,
and he helped lead Petoskey
to regional championships
in each of his four years as a
varsity skier.
As a sophomore, Hill won
the MHSL 440-yard dash
and was a member of the
school-record setting mile
relay team that also won the
league title. As a senior, he
anchored the conference-
champion 440 and 880 relay
squads (Doctor was also a
member of that 440 quartet),
and he was first in the league
meet in the 220, handing
Wayne Rhode of Rogers City
his first loss of the season in
the event. Rhode went on to
win the Class C state title in
the 100-yard dash that sea-
son.
As a fullback, Hill was a
lead blocker out of the back-
field on the ’74 and ’75
Northmen teams that fin-
ished a combined 17-1 – the
’74 team remains Petoskey’s
last unbeaten squad – and
was a co-captain as a senior.
He was named to the all-
league team on both offense
and defense, and earned All-
State football honors from
the Detroit Free Press.
Cosens earned three varsi-
ty letters in basketball and
two each in football and
baseball.
As a point guard, he led
Petoskey to district champi-
onships in each of his three
varsity seasons along with a
regional title in 1977, the
school’s first such boys bas-
ketball crown in 26 years.
Cosens, who played short-
stop on the baseball team,
finished his basketball
career with a then-school-
record 918 career points,
and he had logged 68 con-
secutive starts, a school
mark that stood for years.
Cosens went on to coach
youth basketball and Little
League for years, and he has
served as a broadcaster for
Northmen football and bas-
ketball games.
Doctor earned eight varsi-
ty letters, four in track and
field and two each in basket-
ball and football.
He not only shined along-
side Hill, Splan and Cosens
in the backfield, but was also
a standout as a defensive
back, drawing high praise
from former Northmen
assistant and Super Bowl
champion Mark Smolinski,
who called Docter “the best
defensive defensive back I
coached at Petoskey High
School.”
He earned all-conference
football honors in both his
junior and senior seasons,
and joined Hill, Mark Buday
and Gary Lemieur on
Petoskey’s record-setting
mile relay team in track.
Doctor, a periodontist in
Petoskey, went on to earn
four letters in football at
Albion College, and in 1980
was named to the All-
Michigan Intercollegiate
Athletic Association team.
Trio of teammates
to enter Petoskey
Athletic Hall of
Fame
By Mike Dunn
ONAWAY – The Onaway
girls of coach Marty Mix
bounced back quickly from
a Ski Valley defeat at the
hands of Bellaire on Friday,
Jan. 17, going on the road
Monday to outscore non-
league rival Wolverine by a
53-17 count.
Lexi Szymoniak secured a
double-double to lead the
Cardinals, who improved to
7-4 overall with the win. Lexi
made the nets dance to the
tune of 20 points and was a
fearsome force inside, gath-
ering a whopping 18
rebounds. Erika Price was
right from 3-point land once
again, making the twine
jump five times from
beyond the arc to score all 15
of her points.
Onaway led 26-9 at the
half and 31-13 after three
quarters.
ON FRIDAY, the Cardinals
suffered a 44-31 setback to
Bellaire, which improved to
7-2 with the win. Lexi
launched 11 points to pace
the Cardinals, who slipped
to 5-3 in Ski Valley play.
Madalyn Balon had a pro-
ductive night for Bellaire.
She tallied nine with seven
steals and six boards.
Leighten Koepke added
eight with nine boards.
Onaway (7-4, 5-3) played
host to Johannesburg-
Lewiston on Wednesday,
Jan. 22.
Harbor Light 66
Wolverine 28
HARBOR SPRINGS —
Harbor Springs improved to
5-2 overall and 3-2 in the
Northern Lakes Conference
with a 66-28 win over game-
but-outmanned Wolverine.
Annie Fila found the bot-
tom of the net for 20 points
to pace the Swordsmen.
Katie Walker waxed the
twine for 12 points and
grabbed 10 boards for a dou-
ble-double.
Onaway 44
Forest Area 20
ONAWAY – The Onaway
girls took a 44-20 win over
visiting Ski Valley foe Forest
Area on Wednesday, Jan. 15.
Devin Bristley delivered a
double-double to lead
Onaway, blistering the nets
for 10 points and bringing
down 12 boards.
Onaway bounces
back with victory
Cards rebound quickly, improve to 7-4 with
non-league win at Wolverine; Harbor Light
outscores Wildcats
Balanced scoring enables young Blue Devils
to rally from early 10-0 deficit but fall just
short at end
CADILLAC – The Gaylord
freshmen boys team of
coach Jeremiah Young ral-
lied from an early 10-0
deficit on Friday, Jan. 17, at
the court of Big North rival
Cadillac but could not quite
make up enough ground in a
tense 42-40 defeat.
The young Blue Devils
showed plenty of scrap and
resilience after falling
behind early and very nearly
pulled the game out. A 3-
point shot by Dan Goodale
at the buzzer that would
have given Gaylord the win
just barely missed going in.
Logan Mahn lit it up for 14
points to lead the young
Blue Devils. Levi Irish and
Shane Duncan each drained
the nets for 10 points and
Goodale put four on the
board.
On Monday, Jan. 13, in the
narrow 47-45 victory over
Boyne City, it was Mahn
making 20 points to lead the
way with Irish ringing up
nine, Goodale generating
seven and Duncan canning
five.
Gaylord frosh boys
battle Vikings
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Girls Hoops
MIO – Yes, the Mio girls
varsity basketball team lost,
56-32, to visiting Rogers City
on Friday, Jan. 17. But, that
didn’t dampen the enthusi-
asm of the team’s coach,
who thinks her team is defi-
nitely headed for a possible
run in the second-half of the
2013-14 season.
Neither team lite up the
scoreboard early in Friday’s
hoops clash, with Rogers
City (6-2 overall) leading by
just one point, 13-12, at half-
time. That changed dramati-
cally after intermission, with
the Hurons outscoring the
host Lady Thunderbolts, 36-
11, in the third quarter.
Logan Fleming led all
scorers with 23 points, while
Courtney Streich added 10
points for the victorious
Hurons.
Jalen DeFlorio paced Mio
with 8 points, 10 rebounds
and 2 steals. Katy Lefler
added 5 points and 5
rebounds, and Tayler Blamer
tallied 5 points and 3
rebounds against Rogers
City.
The loss drops the Lady
Bolts to 5-3 overall on the
season. But, that’s OK with
Mio head coach Helen
DeFlorio.
“I am really happy with
the season, so far, and feel
that the losses we have had
can be turned into wins I the
next round of play,” Coach
DeFlorio said. “This team is
very good at learning from
their mistakes and improv-
ing.”
Of course, the coach’s
optimism is bolstered by the
fact Friday’s loss came after
a pair of Mio wins earlier in
the week.
Mio 65, Atlanta 15
The Lady Bolts absolutely
crushed visiting Atlanta, 65-
15, in a matchup of North
Star League rivals
Wednesday, Jan. 15.
“Everyone scored,” Coach
DeFlorio said.
Jalen DeFlorio hit for her
second double-double of
the week, leading Mio with
15 points and 11 rebounds.
Jordyn Smith also posted a
solid performance with 11
points, 3 rebounds and 4
assists, while Leslie Asman
added 10 points, 2
rebounds, 5 assists and 1
steal.
Mio 53, Oscoda 37
Mio hit the road Tuesday,
Jan. 14, bringing home a 53-
37 win over Oscoda at the
end of the day.
Jalen DeFlorio had anoth-
er huge night for the Lady
Bolts by scoring a team-high
18 points and hauling down
18 rebounds.
Lefler tallied 8 points and
2 rebounds for Mio in the
road win, while Asman
added 7 points, 3 rebounds
and 2 steals.
Coach DeFlorio said this
week should be another big
week for her team. Mio was
slated to play league and
neighboring rival Fairview,
one of the team’s losses ear-
lier this season, at Fairview
on Tuesday, Jan. 21, and
then travel to face a strug-
gling Whittemore-Prescott
squad on Friday, Jan. 24
“It would be good for
everyone to get some play-
ing time,” she said of Friday
night’s game.
– Report by
Dennis Mansfield,
Buckland News Service.
Coach likes
direction of Lady
Bolts, despite loss
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ST. IGNACE — First-year
Cheboygan boys basketball
coach Steve Ernst has been
preaching aggressive play,
and defense, since Day One.
The message would appear
to be hitting home.
The Chiefs used a suffocat-
ing defensive effort on Friday
in taking a 60-43 Straits Area
Conference road victory from
St. Ignace, a win that lifted
Cheboygan to 4-4 overall and
3-1 in the league.
It was the first league loss
for the Saints, and
Cheboygan moved into a
first-place tie with St. Ignace.
"That was probably our
best defensive game of the
year, and that's what I'm
most proud of with these
guys, they defended excep-
tionally well," said Ernst,
whose team forced 27
turnovers. “Defense and
rebounding are really the
bedrock of basketball, and
we did both of those things
really well.”
The Chiefs are scheduled
to go to Newberry on Friday
for another SAC game.
Luke Harrington scored 16
of his game-high 21 points in
the third quarter to lead the
Chiefs past St. Ignace. Ben
Pearson added 11 points and
11 rebounds for Cheboygan,
and point guard Derek
Sturvist added 13 points and
five assists.
"It looked like the basket-
ball I've been wanting from
these kids, and they know
they can play," Ernst said. "To
come (to St. Ignace) and win
was a huge step for our team,
and we hope we can contin-
ue to build on that heading
forward. I'm very proud of
these kids for coming here
and getting this win."
Chiefs reach .500 mark with solid
defensive effort
Big road win lifts
Cheboygan into
first-place tie
By Mike Dunn
BELLAIRE – The St. Mary
boys of coach Ken Blust were
huge underdogs at the court
of unbeaten and third-
ranked Bellaire on Thursday,
Jan. 16, but the Snowbirds
showed plenty of resolve
and ended up giving the tal-
ented Eagles a very tough
fight in a 61-44 loss.
Rangy senior wing Charles
Strehl, who is having a whale
of a season for the scrappy
Snowbirds, showed up
strong in the Ski Valley clash,
draining the nets for a team-
high 23 points. He also
pulled down a dozen
rebounds for a double-dou-
ble.
His hot shooting com-
bined with the blue-collar
play of Orion Beningo and
Willy Canfield and the speed
of Nick Harrington in the
backcourt kept things inter-
esting for a long while. The
Snowbirds only trailed by a
point, 28-27, at halftime.
Strehl was a sparkling 7-
for-7 from the charity stripe.
Blust commended Strehl
for his effort, noting it was
probably the best game of
his four-year hardwood
career on the varsity.
Bellaire (6-0, 4-0) isn’t
unbeaten and sitting atop
the Ski Valley standings
along with Onaway for noth-
ing, however. James
Schrader was also on fire
from the floor, drilling 29
points to lead all scorers,
and dangerous Denny Hall
hit for 20.
ON TUESDAY, Jan. 14, the
Snowbirds suffered a 61-48
loss at home to non-league
foe Atlanta. Strehl showed
up big in that one also, stok-
ing the twine for 22 points.
The visiting Huskies grad-
ually pulled away in the
third quarter as depth
became more of an issue for
St. Mary, which would even-
tually lose the speedy
Harrington to fouls in the
fourth quarter. The
Snowbirds were already
short-handed going into the
contest, having lost the valu-
able senior sharpshooter
Cam “Gibby” Juneac to a
knee injury earlier this
month.
St. Mary was down 22
points early in the fourth
quarter but never stopped
battling.
The strong-armed Strehl
pulled down seven
rebounds to go with his 22
points. Harrington hit for 10
before leaving and he also
issued four assists. Canfield
connected for eight points
and Beningo was a beast
inside, bringing down eight
rebounds. Levi Milan also
helped the cause, recording
four assists to go with five
boards and two points.
St. Mary (2-4, 1-3 Ski
Valley Conference) played at
Mancelona on Tuesday, Jan.
21. On Thursday, Jan. 23, the
Snowbirds play at Inland
Lakes and on Wednesday,
Jan. 29, they are at Central
Lake.
Strehl shines for
St. Mary in losses
Rangy senior strikes for 23 points and 22
points in defeats at hands of Bellaire, Atlanta
Basketball
By Mike Dunn
GAYLORD – The fight was
certainly there.
Unfortunately, the depth
wasn’t. The young Gaylord
hockey team battled vigor-
ously on the home ice over
the weekend, as usual, but
couldn’t overcome two pretty
good opponents and over-
come a huge disadvantage in
depth at the same time.
The Blue Devils were
already short-handed when
they faced the FNV Griffins
out of Saginaw on Friday, Jan.
17, and those numbers were
diminished even more when
two of Gaylord’s healthy
defensemen, Jack Ryan and
Josh Delaney, were sent to
the hospital following on-ice
collisions. Jack suffered a
concussion and will hopeful-
ly return in time to play this
weekend. Josh is lost for the
season, however, with the
injury he sustained in the
collision.
The Blue Devils led 3-1
after one period and 3-2 after
two periods but the Griffins
scored four times in the third
period to secure a 6-3 deci-
sion.
Gaylord battled gamely
with just nine skaters in
Saturday’s game with Mid-
Michigan but it was a similar
story. The score was tied 2-2
midway through the second
period but the visiting Storm
was able to pull away to gain
a 4-2 victory.
Friday’s confrontation with
the Griffins was very physi-
cal. The Griffins play an in-
your-face, aggressive style of
play. Two of the FNV players
received 10-minute miscon-
duct penalties in the third
period. Gaylord had six
power-play opportunities in
the game but couldn’t cash in
as Griffin goalie Brandon
Hausebeck, who was brought
in to replace the starting
goalie late in the first period,
proved to be impregnable in
the nets.
The Blue Devils did all
their scoring in the first 11:20
of the game as Derek Adair lit
the scoring lamp unassisted
for a short-handed goal, his
second of the campaign, and
Garrett Richardson rocketed
home two blistering blasts
for his seventh and eighth
goals of the season. Cam
Laug assisted on both
Richardson rockets and
Jackson Deans also earned
an assist.
In Saturday’s contest with
Mid-Michigan, it was the
opportunistic Deans receiv-
ing a pretty pass from Joey
Ross and lighting the lamp at
the 11:30 mark of the first
period to tie matters at 1.
In the second period, Gage
Andrews generated his sec-
ond goal of the season with a
whistling wrister to tie the
score at 2. Deans delivered
an assist along with hard-
driving Blake Miller.
The Storm, who had lost 5-
1 to Gaylord earlier in the
season, amassed 34 shots in
the game to Gaylord’s 12.
Blue Devil goalie Ethan
O’Dell stood on his head at
times to keep the Blue Devils
in contention to the end. He
faced 12 shots in the third
period and turned every one
of them away. The Blue
Devils had the grit and deter-
mination to compete but not
enough healthy bodies to
create suitable scoring
chances against a quick team
like the Storm over the
course of three full periods.
Gaylord (1-7-1) played T.C.
West on Wednesday, Jan. 22.
This Friday, Jan. 24, they are
home against perennial
league rival Petoskey and on
Saturday, Jan. 25, the Blue
Devils play at the Bay City
Thunder. On Wednesday, Jan.
29, they play at the ice of Big
North foe Cadillac.
Blue Devils lose two close ones
Gaylord shows plenty of scrap and fight in home losses to FNV Griffins and
Mid-Michigan Storm
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The Department of
Natural Resources (DNR)
encourages hunters to start
dreaming of spring by pur-
chasing their spring turkey
hunt applications today.
The DNR reminds hunters
that spring turkey hunting
applications are on sale now
through Feb 1. The applica-
tion fee is $4. Applications
and licenses may be pur-
chased at any authorized
license agent or online at
www.michigan.gov/hunt-
drawings.
The 2014 spring turkey
season runs from April 21
through May 31, with hunts
lasting from seven to 41
days, depending on the hunt
unit. Hunters may purchase
a license for just one hunt. A
total of 114,140 licenses are
available in the drawing for
quota hunts, including
49,140 general licenses and
65,000 private-land licenses.
Information about spring
turkey hunting can be found
at www.michigan.gov/
turkey.
"Hunters looking for the
greatest flexibility may wish
to purchase a Hunt 234
license. This license will be
available beginning in
March (no application
required). The Hunt 234
license is valid from May 5-
31 and includes all open
areas of the state except the
public lands of southern
Michigan," said DNR upland
game bird specialist Al
Stewart. “New this year,
hunters may purchase Hunt
234 through May 31.”
Beginning March 3, appli-
cants can check whether
they were drawn for a
license at www.michigan.
gov/huntdrawings. Any left-
over licenses will be sold
until the quota is met in
each hunt unit and hunt
period.
Beginning March 1, a base
license is required for every
resident and nonresident
who hunts in Michigan.
Hunters may purchase their
spring turkey license only
after they have obtained a
base license for the year. An
application may be pur-
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base license.
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CHARLEVOIX – The
Grayling boys JV basketball
team fell just short of upset-
ting host Charlevoix on
Thursday, Jan. 16, as the
Rayders held off the Vikings
for a 49-48 win.
Blake Gregory helped
power Grayling’s effort with
17 points. Spencer Kent
added 10 points in the loss.
Vikings Patrick Ruddy and
Garrett Anderson had solid
nights on the glass, with 12
and 9 rebounds, respective-
ly.
Grayling 46
Roscommon 43
Grayling JV hoopsters ral-
lied to erase a 23-point
deficit and defeating visiting
Roscommon, 46-43, on
Tuesday, Jan. 14.
We really struggled to
make a basket early in the
game,” said Grayling coach
Levi Burkett. “Shots were not
falling for us and we were
not playing good pressure
defense like we usually do.
“As coaches, we made
some adjustments to our
game plan at half time and
the players executed well,”
he added. “We knew it was
going to be a tough game
against Roscommon, but a
few shots went our way late
in the game that gave us the
win.”
Anderson led Grayling
with 15 points, 8 rebounds
and 4 steals. Gregory added
9 points and 4 rebounds in
the win, while Trent
Hickman chipped in 6
points and 5 steals.
– Report compiled by
Buckland News Service.
Rayders send Grayling
JV hoopsters home
with loss, 49-48
The Kirtland Community
College Firebirds are holding
a Hunger Games food drive
at the McGregor Athletic
Complex (MAC) on Saturday,
Jan. 25 to support the
Together We Can food pantry
in Oscoda County, Mich.
Everyone attending
Saturday’s basketball games
will get into the games for a
reduced rate by giving a
canned food, non-perishable
food or cash donation to sup-
port the Hunger Games food
drive.
The Firebirds face
Schoolcraft this weekend,
with the Lady Birds tipping
off at 1 p.m., followed by
men’s play at 3 p.m. In the
Eastern Conference, the
women’s team currently has a
1-3 record, while the men’s
team stands at 0-4.
“I think the Firebirds’
Hunger Games is a great
event and serves several pur-
poses,” said Mark Vick, coach
of Kirtland’s men’s and
women’s basketball teams.
“It’s good for communities,
raises awareness about our
program and gets people out
to the game so they can sup-
port our student athletes.”
In January, the Michigan
Community College Athletic
Association (MCCAA)
announced the annual
MCCAA Hunger Games to
aid food banks in the 19 com-
munities of MCCAA schools,
allowing each school to pick
the date of the game and a
local community food bank
to receive all food and cash
donations.
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CASS COUNTY – The
Department of Natural
Resources confirmed the
catch of a new state record
flathead catfish on Monday,
Jan. 13.
The catfish was caught by
Dale Blakley of Niles, Mich.,
on Sunday, Jan. 12, on Barron
Lake in Cass County at 3 p.m.
The fish weighed 52.0
pounds and measured 46.02
inches. Blakley was ice fish-
ing for crappies when he
landed the record fish.
The record was verified by
Brian Gunderman, a DNR
fisheries biologist, at the
Plainwell office.
The previous state record
flathead catfish was caught
by Rodney Akey of Niles on
the St. Joseph River in
Berrien County on May 22,
2012. That fish weighed 49.8
pounds and measured 45.7
inches. Prior to that, the
record hadn’t been broken
since 1943.
“Catching this fish was the
most exhilarating experi-
ence,” said Blakley. “It was
only the second time I’ve
ever gone ice fishing and it
was the only bite we had on
the lake the whole day. This
definitely sits at the top of my
list!”
It should be noted that flat-
head catfish typically inhabit
large river systems, like the
nearby St. Joseph River.
Based on the size of this fish,
it mysteriously found its way
to Barron Lake several years
ago, perhaps through illegal
stocking as there are no
direct connections to a large
river system. Anglers are
reminded that transferring
fish from one water body to
another is prohibited
because such transfers can
disrupt the fish community
in the receiving water
through predation, competi-
tion with native species, or
introduction of new disease-
causing organisms.
State records are recog-
nized by weight only. To qual-
ify for a state record, fish
must exceed the current list-
ed state record weight and
identification must be veri-
fied by a DNR fisheries biolo-
gist.
“We’ve had numerous state
records broken in the last
couple of years, further
showcasing the quality of
Michigan’s fisheries,” said
DNR Fisheries Division Chief
Jim Dexter. “We hope this lat-
est catch encourages anglers
to get out on the water in
search of their own state
record – or at least a great
adventure!”
For more information on
fishing in Michigan, visit
www.michigan.gov/fishing.
Catfish state record is broken for second time in two years
Record catfish caught in
Cass County
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January 18, 2014
Autumn Vermilya...................18
Molly Kinser...........................16
Kate Mumford........................12
Bailey Murrell.........................10
Kaitlyn Deplanche...................8
Delaney Hogle .........................8
Caitlin Robbins ........................8
Nora Bailey...............................4
Zephania Boughner ................4
Marilyn Harbin........................4
Emily Heffner...........................4
Gloria House............................3
Grace Baragrey.........................2
Sydney Grusczynski ................2
Mackenzie Hanel .....................2
Serena Hogle............................2
Jayden Jones.............................2
Lydia Kirk .................................2
3rd & 4th Grade Boys
January 18, 2014
Austin Vanderveer .................24
Gavin Bebble..........................16
Daniel Smith..........................15
Donavon Blust .......................14
Robby Priestap.......................10
RJ Korff ...................................10
Philip Sadenwater ...................8
Parker Willbee..........................6
Nicholas Smith ........................6
Mitchell O'Rourke ...................6
Bryce Harding..........................6
Jack White.................................4
Hunter Welch...........................4
Daniel Powers ..........................4
Liam Lowm..............................4
Ian Helzer.................................4
Anthony Goddard....................4
Brock Casselman.....................4
Landen Robbins ......................2
Daniel Reynolds.......................2
Riley McVannel ........................2
Wyatt McCleave.......................2
Braxton Law.............................2
Kaleb Kucharek........................1
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January 19, 2014
Caroline Korte..........................8
Megan Grusczynski .................7
LaRissa Stephens.....................7
Arielle Vermilya........................6
Lauren Allen.............................4
Angela Drummond .................4
Mckenna Hogle........................4
Zoey Pomarzynski ...................3
Neff Kennedy ...........................2
Amanda Korff...........................2
Holly Kussrow..........................2
Mikewna Kwiatkowski.............2
Nicole Morehouse ...................2
Alyce Vermilya..........................2
Cienna Woodcox......................2
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January 19, 2014
Cordell LaRose.......................14
Conrad Korte..........................10
Patrick Dorrance......................9
Corey Deer ...............................8
Brennan Isler ...........................7
Austin Woodworth...................6
Gage Boughner ........................5
Jacob Book ...............................4
Harrison Kalember..................4
Tyler Kwapis .............................4
Sam Sircely...............................4
Boden Cabble ..........................2
Logan Hanel.............................2
Erik Oldenburg ........................2
Marcus O'Rourke.....................2
Domenico Rosser ....................2
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1349 S. Otsego,
GayIord, MI 49735
(989) 732-2477 www.SmithReaItyGayIord.com
daIe j. smith
Associate Broker
CRS, RAM, ABR
Wendie Forman
Associate Broker GRI,
Property Manager
Heather Guss
ReaItor Associate
Mike Perdue
ReaItor Associate
GREAT
LOCATION
in the Card Com-
mercial Park.
Highway access
and visibility from
I-75 make this the
perfect place to operate a business. Lease Option available. Call today!
$319,000. MLS #285282
HIGH VISIBILITY
A Location and Opportunity
unique to S. Otesego Ave,
this 2,000+/- sq ft commer-
cial space is accompanied
with a 650+/- sq ft 1 Br 1
Ba Apartment. High Visibility with convenient client parking, this retail/commercial floor
plan allows for showroom, work space, offices or storage. The adjoining Apartment was
recently added on and is ideal for owner, employee, or separate rental opportunities.
Seller willing to discuss Lease, Lease Option, Land Contract and traditional terms for
sale of the property.
$129,900. MLS #285873
UNIQUE
Unique in both size and
potential, this large com-
mercial property with
high visibility and multi-
ple entrances presents a
nice opportunity for any
number of possible owners. Offering individual offices, conference rooms, storage, and
large garage with access to Illinois Ave. allows for smooth traffic flow and separate drive
for business vehicles. Additional buildings and acreage available.
$395,000. MLS #282650
COMPLETELY
REMODELED
IN 1998
Tile, carpet and wood floors.
Two units - first unit has 2,500
square feet and second unit
has 4,000 square feet each
with a separate meter. Ideal for
Owner occupied and to lease the other. High quality - radiant floor heat. Ample parking
and storage.
$149,000. MLS #285836
WHY RENT
when you can own a quality
30x40 storage unit. 16'eaves w/
14x14 over head door. Includes
grade door, 14x14 apron plus
walkway. 100 amp service. Has
ceiling and loft installed. 3 Units
still to be built, can be built to
suit your needs. 4 Units available.
$38,500. MLS #285073
MULTIPLE POTENTIAL
BUSINESS POSSIBILITIES
with this 5,400 sq ft+ building featur-
ing 4 large 13' x 16' overhead doors
for heavy equipment, one smaller 9' x
10' overhead door, and a 5 TON crane
in the warehouse. Private entrance on
quiet Illinois Ave. Additional proper-
ties available and priced to sell.
$130,000. MLS #282654
Commission on Aging
Positions Available
The Crawford County Commission on Aging is
accepting applications for the following part-time
positions. A flexible schedule required.
Cook 16-21 hours/week.
Prepares meals for the Home Delivered Meal program.
Maintains dining room. Preferred candidate will have
two years’ experience in commercial kitchen.
ServeSafe certified is also preferred.
Receptionist 26 hours/week.
Directs and coordinates customer service activities in-
cluding phones, reception and meal registration. Cleri-
cal tasks include data entry and receipting of monies.
Preferred candidate will have two years’ experience
and/or education in working with older adults.
AppIication packets for both positions
must be picked up at 308 LawndaIe,
GrayIing and returned by 5:00pm 2/5/14.
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"Best of 2014" winner embodies the
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the three key criteria used by Cars.com
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picked all-new models from Chevrolet –
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Who Needs
Title Insurance
You do, but
make sure you
know your
options
Compliments of
Ed Wohlfiel
During the real estate transaction
(especially if you’re a first-time buyer),
you’re hit with so many foreign terms,
fees and requirements your head
spins. One of those strange and unfa-
miliar costs is title insurance. In most
cases, borrowers have no option—
either you get title insurance (among
other requirements) or you don’t get a
loan.
The lender says you need it, you
want the loan to go though, so you buy
title insurance. Great. So what is title
insurance?
When you buy a home you want to
make sure that the people selling it
actually have full and legal title. The
party who conducts closing will check
this out by going down to the local
property records office to research the
history of ownership.
But those records down at the prop-
erty office may be official, but they
may also be wrong. It’s also possible
that the person who does the title
search can make a mistake and also
that important information may sim-
ply not be recorded.
For instance, maybe a bill against
the property was not recorded or some
taxes were not been paid. Or, suppose
that 40 years ago the property you
want to purchase was owned by Smith.
Let’s also imagine that Smith was a
bigamist with an extra spouse. Will this
matter show up on the local property
records? Not likely. Does the additional
Smith spouse have an ownership claim
against the property? That may only be
clear after a lot of legal wrangling—and
if you lose, you could lose the house.
There may be other odd and bizarre
claims as well. Was an owner an alco-
holic? Insane? A drug user? Is there a
contractor with a claim against the
property? Such issues can “cloud” titles
and neither lenders nor owners want
clouds.
One form of title insurance,
“lenders” coverage, is designed to pro-
tect (who else?) your lender in case of
title problems. “Lenders” coverage is
required and generally provides pro-
tection up to the original mortgage
amount—if you buy a home for
$300,000 and get a $250,000 mortgage,
then $250,000 is as much coverage as
you can get with a lender’s policy. If
there’s a claim, the title insurer will
fight on your behalf and if there’s a
claim the policy will pay off the loan if
necessary. This is good news for you
because you won’t owe the lender a
dime if you lose in court.
But there are also some options.
For instance, you can also get “own-
ers” coverage. This will protect your
equity—that $50,000 in the example
above not covered by the lender’s poli-
cy. And you can often get an “inflation
rider” with an owner’s policy—as the
value of your home goes up, so does
the value of your title coverage.
While title insurance is required by
virtually all lenders, there is one big
exception: Loans made in Iowa. In
Iowa, the state says that attorneys and
others who do title work must partici-
pate in a title guarantee program. If
there’s a title error, the state fund pro-
vides coverage.

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