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Unexpected plans

Payments As Low As
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✔ Bankruptcy After school program
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unexpected comes up
Corner of M-55 & M-66
Just South of Lake City
Public hearing set for potash facility
By Ben Glick
Weekly Voice


Workshop helps caregivers sentatives from a Denver-based
develop coping tools mineral company will be present
for a public hearing to discuss
EVART — The Osceola MSU Ex- the conversion of a portion of
tension is offering workshops in southern Osceola County for use
Evart to help caregivers take care in mineral extraction.
of themselves. Michigan Potash Company
The free workshop began Jan. President of Operations Scott
26 and continues February 2, 9, 16, St. Germaine and Vice-president
23 and March 2. of sales Ward Forquer are ex-
Topics include coping and deal- pected to be present for an Evart
ing with stress, effective commu- Township public hearing on Feb.
nication, reducing guilt, anger 6 to discuss the conversion of
and depression, ways to relax, around 100 acres of land near
tough decision making, setting 120th Avenue into an industrial
goals and problem-solving. district that will allow the com-
The workshop is held 10:30 a.m. pany to extract potash.
to 12:30 p.m. at the Osceola Com- Theodore Pagano, the com-
mission on Aging, 732 West 7th pany’s chief executive has been
Street in Evart. working with Evart Township
for over three years to approve
the construction of a facility to Artist’s rendition of the purposed potash extraction facility to be located in Evart Township. Company representatives
extract the mineral, which is a say the facility has the potential of generating millions of dollars and creating hundreds of jobs. Evart Township will
vital component in fertilizers, discuss the conversion of land for industrial use on Feb. 6.
after some of the highest-grade
ore in the world was discovered vestment in the area.
there in 2013. When the project is underway,
“It would be like a dream for Millward said, it could create
him,” Executive Vice-president immediate openings for around
of production Al Millward said. 200 to 300 construction jobs, and
If the facility is developed, around 150 permanent on-site
Michigan will have one of the jobs with the potential of turn-
only active potash mines in the ing to 300 as the facility gains
U.S. momentum.
That’s because most potash In addition, Millward sees the
used in agriculture and industry economic impact of the facility
in the U.S. is imported, usually going beyond has the potential to
from Canada and Russia, with create 200 to 300 off-site jobs.
only a small portion coming out “It’s going to be really good
Local hero of New Mexico. for things like machine shops,
Plans to honor Guyton in May are “But the potash reserve is trucking companies and equip-
in the works deemed strategic, so it’ll give ment sales,” he said. “These
America some self-reliance,” things snowball when they’re
page 7 Millward said. put in an area like this.”
More than that, the value of While many of Michigan
potash in Michigan is estimated Potash’s employees, including
at $65 billion, which could trig- Millward already reside in the
ger “explosive” job growth in state, Michigan Potash and some
Osceola and Mecosta counties, Voice file photo of its management are currently
according to an article in WMU Theodore Pagano, chief executive of Michigan Potash Co., speaks in Evart based in Denver, Colorado. How-
Magazine written by Pagano. about proposed potash mining earlier this year. ever, Millward said the company
“Potash is used by everybody, has the “full intent” to have cor-
from farms to gardens,” Mill- per metric ton. and we know the pricing.” porate offices headquartered in
ward said. “But there are serious Agriculture experts have said The company applied for tax Michigan.
requirements in Michigan and that in order to compete with for- abatements, which mainly affect “We’ve been working on this
the Midwest for agriculture, eign sources of potash, U.S. com- state taxes, so it can control the for a long time and we’re ready
which would mean millions of panies would have to find find a distribution of tax revenue to to go,” he said.
dollars generated for the local way to reduce operating costs. benefit the local area. If all goes according to plan,
community.” One way to do that would be, “It is our intent to redistribute Michigan Potash could start this
That being said, the market for after the industrial district is as we see fit locally rather than project in the near future.
potash hasn’t been the best. established, is to apply for in- redistribute it statewide. Abate- “We would love to see it start
Although the price of potash dustrial tax abatements, which ments won’t make or break us,” this year. If stars align right for
has risen 4.2 percent from the could cut taxes paid by the com- Millward said. us, then it’ll go. If not, we’ll keep
year before, prices remain his- pany in half. However, Millward Although exact revenue fig- plugging away until we achieve
Athlete of the Week torically low. said that isn’t the motivation. ures from mineral extraction are our goal,” Millward said. “How-
Meet Jericho Van Since the potash the deposit “As far as pricing goes, the confidential, the company ex- ever, when you do things like
beneath Osceola and Mecosta company doesn’t need to be sub- pects an annual operating bud- this you have to have patience.
page 5 counties was discovered in 2013, sided to make profits,” he said. get of around $50 million, which It takes a long time to design
the price fell from $395 to $294 “We’ve done extensive research, could translate to immense in- things at this scale.”
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Ben Glick | Weekly Voice

Nicolas Hartley, Arielle Jackson and Ethan Hutchinson. Kiddies Klubhouse offers many activities for children enrolled in their after-school program.

After-school program helps parents plan for the unexpected

By Ben Glick a time when classes at GT
Weekly Voice Norman Elementary were
let out early due to a weath-
REED CITY — There’s er-related event, which
little debate that kids love left some parents trying to
snow days, but for parents organize supervising plans
trying to figure out what to for their children.
do when one happens can “But those parents in the
be a struggle. program automatically
For many years, Kiddies have their kids come to
Klubhouse has partnered daycare,” Hutchinson said.
with GT Norman Elemen- “Like myself, I didn’t have
tary to offer an after-school to worry about because my
program to help parents kid would be here.”
with busy work schedules The program takes place
to better be able to plan for inside GT Norman Elemen-
snow days, early releases, tary, so many students
half-day, and long breaks don’t have to leave the
by offering a place for chil- building.
dren to go after school. Besides activity after
“I don’t think parents school, the program be-
really think of the need of gins early in the morning,
this until all of a sudden before school. Parents can
something happens and drop off children as early
then they’re scrambling, as 5:45 a.m. and the pro-
calling us saying ‘hey, we gram keeps its doors open
need this,’” Kiddies Klub- until 5:30 p.m. most days.
house Director and Man- Hutchinson said one perk
ager Amber Hutchinson of the program is parents
said. “It’s great for those only pay for the time they
days when you get called use.
into work or something “So parents can come Ben Glick | Weekly Voice
happens. You can contact once a year or they can Bella Poutz and Jameson Cox play cards. Kiddies Klubhouse Director and Manager Amber Hutchinson said one of the perks of the after-
the school and just say ’hey come every week. It doesn’t school program is the peace of mind knowing where children are in the event of unexpected events.
send my kiddo to Kiddies matter as long as their pa-
Klubhouse’ and they will perwork is filled out and in staff are licensed by the Hutchinson said the which provides a safe loca- Hutchinson said. “That’s
automatically send them our books, they are good to State of Michigan. Honor program accepts DHS sup- tion for children. a big point of for us. As a
to our room. So it’s a good be in attendance,” Hutchin- Society students come to port through the State of Along with safety, the parent of a kindergartner, I
backup plan.” son said. the program every Tuesday Michigan. program takes special care did not want my kid travel-
Hutchinson mentioned The program and its and can help children with Staff is at the school be- of younger children. Kin- ing around. I know where
homework as well. fore classes are let out, so dergartners in the program he’s at and where he’s go-
The program is more she’s here when everybody are brought to the room ing,” Hutchinson.
than just a daycare for gets here. where it takes place before For more information on
younger school-aged chil- Hutchinson said another the rest of the classes get the program, or to enroll a
dren, Hutchinson said. big perk is because the out. student in the program call
Since the program can program takes place at the “You also don’t have to Kiddies Klubhouse at 231-
take on children as old as school, it benefits from be- worry about transporta- 832-0655, or visit the Kid-
13, Hutchinson described ing able to take advantage tion because the kiddos dies Klubhouse Facebook
it more as a latchkey pro- of the building’s security, are already in the school,” page.
gram for middle school-
aged children.
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What’s Happening in the Area

‘On Golden Pond’ opens held on Feb. 13 from 6 to 7 cated at 732 West Seventh hours EVART— Elmer A.
Elmer A. Miller
p.m. at the Reed City Area Street (US 10). Contact Marsha at 231- Miller, of Evart, passed
Feb. 16 District Library, 829 S. Marion and Tustin’s clin- 743-6801 away peacefully Sun-
REED CITY— The Reed Chestnut Street. ics will be held the third TUSTIN— Augustana day, January 21, 2018, at
City Crossroads Theatre Learn ways to ensure Tuesday each month, 10 Lutheran Church his home in Osceola
Guild will present “On your personal safety with a.m. to noon. The Marion Every Monday, 9 a.m. to Township. He was 84.
Golden Pond” on Feb. 16, Trooper Michael White of meal site is at the Eagles’ noon Mr. Miller was born
17, 23 and 24 at 7 p.m., and the Michigan State Police. building, 220 South Mill Contact Katie at 231-768- March 28, 1933, in Lap-
Feb. 18 and 25 at 2 p.m. Street. The Tustin meal 4418, or Betty at 231-829- eer Township, Lapeer
Cost is $10 at the door or
South Quilt Club site is at 213 South Neilson. 3457 County, Michigan, to
in advance at Vic’s. Walk-in clinics. If you REED CITY— St. Phil- Arthur W. and Isadora
Call 231-465-4334 for res- starting fall session wish to eat at the meal site, lips Church L. (Archer) Miller. He
ervations. EVART— The South call 231-734-5559 at least Every Tuesday, Thurs- was a U.S. Army veter-
“On Golden Pond” is Evart Quilt Club will be a day before to reserve a day, 1 to 4 p.m. an of the Ko-
rated PG. holding their bi-weekly spot. Contact Robert at 231-832- rean War.
quilting meetings on the 2624 He worked ts of Okeechobee, Flor-
Theatre Guild meets first and third Wednesdays
Food pantries for GM, then ida, Edward “Tom”
of each month, finishing
AARP meeting moved to (Linda) Miller of Or-
Feb. 5 on June 6, 2018. Will take A food pantry is available Evart from tonville, Michigan, Joel
REED CITY— The Reed place at the Evart Town- to residents in need who REED CITY— AARP No. Or tonville Miller of Keego Har-
City Theatre Guild will ship Hall, S. Main Street, live in Osceola County. The 2418 meets on the second in 1987. El- bor, Michigan; nine
hold its monthly meeting from 11 a.m. until 2 or 3 following is a list of the dif- Wednesday of every month mer then g randchildren; 11
on Feb. 5 at 7 p.m., 249 W. p.m. with a members pot- ferent locations, hours and at the United Methodist worked for great-grandchildren;
Upton. Everyone welcome. luck lunch at noon. contact people. Church in Reed City. Evart Prod- and his sister, Caroline
All quilters or want-to-be SEARS— Former Orient Potluck lunch (bring own ucts until his health Grimshaw of Mayville,
Valentine’s dinner, quilters are welcome. No Township Hall, next to the table service) will start forced him to retire. He Michigan.
dues, just occassional do- Post Office at noon followed with a was an avid outdoors- He was preceded in
dance at VFW nations for supplies. Every Tuesday, 1 to 4 p.m. program starting at 1 p.m. man who enjoyed hunt- death by his parents
REED CITY— A Valen- For more information, Contact Ken at 231-620- Everyone welcome. ing and taking care of and eight siblings.
tine’s dinner and dance contact Margie, 231-734- 2504 For more information, his farm. There was a Celebra-
will be held on Feb. 10 at 5 3857 or Ann, 231-867-3237. MARION— Marion Food contact Marylou at 231-832- Elmer is survived by tion Gathering in hon-
p.m. at the AmVets VFW Pantry, East Main Street, 4938. his children: Carl (Cyn- or of Elmer Alfred
Hall in Reed City.
Fish fry at Evart Moose by appointment, on call 24 thia) Miller of Lewis- Miller at the Evart
RSVP to 231-832-5102. burg, Tennessee, Debo- Moose Lodge Saturday,
Lodge rah (Ben Leighton) Bet- January 27, 2018.
EVART— A fish fry or
Powerful Tools for shrimp dinner will be held
Caregivers series on Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m. Vincent L. Shepard
offered at the Evart Moose Lodge,
8400 U.S. 10 in Evart.
EVART— Michigan For more information, EVART — Vincent L.
State University Extension call 231-734-6181. Shepard, of Evart,
has scheduled a Powerful Bingo at Evart Moose passed away Monday,
Tools for Caregiver series EVART— Evart Moose Jan. 22, 2018 at his
to begin Jan. 26 through Lodge will host bingo each home at Lake Mi-
March 2. Monday at 8400 U.S. 10. ramichi. He was 66.
The class will be held at Doors open at 4 p.m. Early Mr. Shepard was
the Osceola County Com- bird takes place at 6 p.m. born Jan. 1, 1952 in
mission on Aging building, with regular bingo at 6:30 Flint to Lowell S. and
732 W. 7th Street, in Evart, p.m. (License No. A21600). Lucille V. (Unsel)
from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Shepard. He was a
on Fridays.
Free blood pressure 1 9 7 0 g r a d u at e o f
The program will be Flushing High School.
facilitated by Shannon clinics Vincent worked 34
Lindquist, MSUE Social EVART— Osceola Coun- years for General Mo- raised and field trialed
Emotional Health Edu- ty Commission on Aging tors, retiring in 2006 beagles, winning ma-
cator, and Pam Daniels, is offering free blood pres- and had worked as an ny competitions.
MSUE Disease Prevention sure clinics for adults 60 experimental test me- Mr. Shepard is sur-
Management Educator. years and older. Monthly chanic. He married vived by his wife,
To register, call Lisa at blood pressure screenings Mary Jo Danyluk Mary Jo Shepard of
231-592-0792. will be conducted at the Sept. 12, 2013 in Len- Evart, three daugh-
OCCOA meal sites in Ev- non. Vincent and ters, Angie (Al)
Personal safety art, Marion and Tustin. Mary Jo moved from Teague of Flint, Alicia
Evart’s clinic will be held Flushing to Lake Mi- (Johnpaul) Brown of
presentation Feb. 13 the second Tuesday every ramichi, near Evart, Gaylord, Casondra
REED CITY— A personal month, 10 a.m. to noon. in 2013. (Shannon) Swartwood
safety presentation will be The Evart meal site is lo- Vincent was a mem- of F lushing, eight
ber of the Christian grandchildren, and
Motorcycle Associa- his brother, Victor
tion, former member Shepard of Gaines. He
o f Vi c t o r y B i ke r was preceded in death
Church, and member by his parents and his

of New Beginnings sister-in-law, Sherry.
Fellowship in Reed A Celebration of
City. He enjoyed mo- Life honoring Vincent
torcycling and hunt- Lowell Shepard is in

MY CARD i n g . M r. S h e p a rd

Douglas L. Williams
its planning stage.


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The Suit makes the Man, from Farwell in 1980. three grandsons, Josh-
But the Fit Makes the Suit. Doug had worked as a ua, Hudson, and Lucas,
welder for years. He and his girlfriend, Pat-
was a member of the ty Wible of Sears. He
Evart Moose Lodge and was preceded in death
The Evart Car Club. Mr. by his father.
■ TIES ■ SHIRTS ■ SOCKS ■ ACCESSORIES Williams enjoyed help- A Celebration of Life
ing people, flying (he honoring Douglas Lee
had built his own air- Williams will be held at
craft), and building and 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3,
FOR MEN’S & WOMEN’S ATTIRE restoring almost any- 2018 at the Moose Lodge
107 S. Mitchell, Downtown Cadillac 775-5641 thing. in Evart. Memorial
Doug is survived by contributions may be
his mother, Phyllis A. directed to the Douglas
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Student Athlete Evart Police

Department, weekly
Public record
— Officers made contact
with a subject with multi-
this time. 1/23/18
• A woman requested

Of the Week report ple outstanding warrants.

They were arrested and
Reed City Police
Department, weekly
to make a report and get
advice from Reed City
transported to the Osceola police officers regarding
Meet Jericho VanScoyoc 1/23/2018 County Jail where they report a harassment situation.
• Juvenile Complaint — were lodged on their war- The woman believes the
Evart High School, senior Officers were dispatched rants. 1/21/18 person calling her and ha-
to the Evart High School • Possession of Marijua- • Officers were dis- rassing her and her fam-
for two students that na — Officers made con- patched to a local bar and ily has called CPS on false
walked away from the tact with a subject with grill regarding a disorder- accusations. The officer
school. The students were outstanding warrants ly 46-year-old male. The advised the appropriate
located and turned over to who was found to be in matter has been turned course of action to take
family members. possession of marijuana. over to the city attorney. including a PPO.
1/25/2018 They were arrested and • Officers arrested a 1/24/18
• Property Damage Acci- transported to the Osceola 46-year-old male on an • Officers were dis-
dent — Officers responded County Jail where they outstanding bench war- patched to a residence
to an accident report were lodged. rant for contempt of court backyard regarding a
where the second vehicle • Fire Alarm — Officers out of another district. Non-Traffic Property
had left the scene. Fault were at the middle school The man was able to post Damage Accident. A vehi-
was not able to be deter- when a false alarm was bond and an appearance cle that had been backed
mined due to the absence activated. The case re- date was given. into a parking spot had
of the other vehicle. mains open at this time. 1/22/18 rolled unoccupied down
• Juvenile Complaint • Hit and Run Private • Officers received into a backyard, running
— Officers responded to Property Damage Acci- a report regarding an over a chain link fence
a complaint of a juvenile dent — Officers responded incident that took place and damaging a tree.
being assaulted by an- to a hit and run accident the day before of a man • Officers arrested a
other juvenile while at at a local business. The identifying himself as em- 17-year-old male in con-
school. The case remains case remains open at this ployed by the Commission nection with an isolated
open at this time. time. on Aging. The man had incident of bullying.
• Personal Property • Litter — Officers were asked if the elderly wom- 1/25/18
Damage Accident — Of- dispatched to a littering an had any broken pipes, • Officers received a
ficers were dispatched to a complaint. The case is if she had water, heat, etc. report of stolen clothing/
personal property damage closed due to lack of sus- Officers investigated the property from an apart-
accident involving three pects. situation and found the ment. The matter is under
Sports and positions: he strives to be the best. vehicles. No injuries were 1/27/2018 Community Corrections investigation.
Baseball outfielder, bas- What is your favorite reported. • Operating Under the will check on the elderly 1/27/18
ketball shooting guard, subject in school and • Harassment — Officers Influence — While con- and report to the Commis- • Officers were re-
football corner why? were called to investigate ducting a traffic stop, of- sion on Aging, even when quested to respond to a
How long have you been English, because Mr. a harassment complaint. ficers made contact with there is no snow to shovel. local apartment complex
playing the sport? Haines makes it fun. The case remains open at an impaired driver. The • Officers received a regarding a suspicious
Four years What advice would you this time. subject was arrested and complaint regarding pos- foul smell. The respond-
What is your most give a younger person just • Harassment — Officers transported to the Osceola sible harassing messages ing officer didn’t think the
memorable moment while starting out in sports? were called to investigate County Jail where they through social media. The smell was chemical, but
playing? To keep with it no mat- a harassment complaint. were lodged on charges. woman was advised of the suspects the smell may
Hitting a 3-pointer after ter what. Both parties were advised 1/28/2018 appropriate response to be trash coming from the
the buzzer and thought it What are your plans for to stop contacting each • Fraud — Officers re- take in the matter and to apartment below and ad-
went in. the future? other. sponded to a fraud com- contact the police if the vised the tenant to contact
Who are your role mod- To attend Mid Michigan 1/26/2018 plaint at a local business. situation escalates into the apartment manager
els and why? Community College for • Misdemeanor Arrest The case remains open at actual threats. regarding the matter.
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Thursday, February 1, 2018 | weekly voice • 7

Evart represented on Michigan’s

World War I Commission
By Alexander Sinn
Weekly Voice

EVART — Evart is home

to a piece of World War
I history that may see a
ceremony during the war’s
A ceremony is in the
works to honor Joseph
Guyton, an Evart native
who was the first U.S. sol-
dier to die on German soil
in the war.
May 24 is the 100th anni-
versary of Guyton’s death.
Mark Wilson, the Evart
director of public works,
has become an expert on
Guyton’s death and its
significance, detailed in a
book he wrote in 2017, “One
Hundred Years a Hero.”
“World War I was really
the first war where we re-
patriated our dead back
to the United States,” Wil-
son said. “Guyton’s fam- Alexander Sinn | Weekly Voice
ily chose to have his body Evart Public Works Director Mark Wilson is a member of the state’s
brought back.” World War I Centennial Commission, promoting events to cel-
In June, Wilson was ebrate the 100th anniversary of United States involvement in the
asked by State Rep. Jason war.
Wentworth to provide testi-
mony to the state Military join the committee. store the Guyton family
and Veterans Affair Com- Plans are in the begin- gravesite at Forest Hill
mittee in support of a bill ning stages for a May Cemetery in Evart with
to form the World War I event, but Wilson said he funds generated from sales
Centennial Commission. hopes a ceremony draws of his book and a calendar
This photograph of Joseph Guyton, colorized by Mark Wilson, is featured in his book about the Evart Speaker of the House Tom crowds and state officials. produced by the Evart His-
native who was the first U.S. soldier killed on German soil in World War I. Leonard asked Wilson to Wilson plans to re- torical Society.

Reed City apartments granted improvements from tax credit

By Ben Glick awarded $435,993 in Low- awarded 13 developments
Weekly Voice Income Housing Tax Cred- with $13 million in tax
its by the Michigan State credits.
REED CITY — Afford- Housing Development The projects are ex-
able housing across Michi- Authority. pected to yield 833 units of
gan will soon grow with a According to documents rental housing for low- to
new round of tax credits to from MSHDA, PK’s plans moderate-income individ-
fund major renovation and include improvements to uals and families.
construction projects, in- 64 units in two existing “Overall, we estimate
cluding one in Reed City. properties at 426 W. Frank- that this round of awards
Okemos-based develop- lin Ave. and 331 W. Church will leverage more than
ment company PK Hous- St. $160 million in private
ing and Management was Across the state, MSHDA investment for Michigan,”

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PK Housing and Management out of Okemos received a 435993 grant from the Michigan State
Housing Development Authority to make improvements to two sites in Reed City One of which is at
331 W Church St The firm was one of 13 projects across the state to be awarded

MSHDA Executive Direc- each for roughly half of affordable rental housing
tor Earl Poleski said. the available $23131

in Michigan,” Poleski said.
LIHTC are federal tax credit. “Without this incentive,
credits administered by “Housing tax credits are we simply would55not be
MSHDA through 37 a compet- an important resource able to meet the state’s
itive application process. for developers to leverage housing infrastructure
The Authority holds two when planning to rehabili- demands for those most in
funding rounds per year, tate or build new quality need.”

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Reed City beat Morley; boys fall short

contest Tuesday night.
By Marc Vieau ging away and working to throughout the night.
While veteran Coyotes’
Weekly Voice get better.” “It’s a little frustrating
coach Brian Koopman is The game itself was a but it was a hard-fought
REED CITY — One step pleased with the win, it’s back-and-forth affair, too. win. I happy with some
forward. still a learning process. Morley Stanwood led 14-10 kids stepping, too, and
One step back. “We made some bad deci- after the first quarter and helping out.”
One step forward. sions late in the game and 33-30 at halftime. The Coy- Emily Libey paced Reed
Reed City continued its I thought we had gotten otes were up 44-42 going City with 24 points while
up-and-down play on the over the hump with that,” into the fourth quarter. Kamryn Myers had 10,
up-side as it beat Morley he said. “We took a step “Each team went on Alanna Nelson nine and
Stanwood 56-52 in a non- back in some ways tonight runs,” Koopman said. “We Taylor Harrison five.
conference girls basketball but we’ll just keep plug- were just inconsistent The Coyotes (11-2 over-
all) are at Fremont on

Morley tops Reed City
MORLEY — A late sec-
ond-quarter run by Morley
Stanwood was too much
for Reed City to overcome
as it dropped a 55-46 deci-
sion to the Mohawks in
non-league play.
The Mohawks were up
just 16-15 after the Coyotes
and the Coyotes hung
around for most of the sec-
ond quarter before a quick
Morley run to close the
half gave them a 38-28 lead.
“That end of the second
quarter killed us,” Reed
City coach JJ Eads said.
“In the third quarter we
couldn’t throw it in the
ocean, as usual.
“We tried to come back
but they’re quick and have
good shooters so tthey’re a
tough matchup.”
Brandon Wirth and Josh MARC VIEAU | Weekly Voice
Mund paced Reed City Reed City’s Sidni Rushford puts up a shot.
with nine points apiece
while Anthony Pelton had through the battles of the veteran players played
seven points and eight re- regular season and March well from the start of the
bounds. Magic. Wednesday that led game and established
The Coyotes (7-5) are at to a 68-45 win against the tempo. Although his team
Fremont on Friday. Wildcats. lost some of its defensive
“We have a lot of guys focus through the second
who have been on var- and third quarters, the
Evart drops contest sity for three years. They Ramblers were able to get
to McBain understand the system. the home win.
MCBAIN — The McBain They understand what’s Evart was paced Karsten
boys basketball team expected. They set the tone Allen’s eight points while
jumped out to an early lead not only in games but in Donavin Raegan and Nick
Wednesday against Evart practice,” Koopman said. Sylvester each scored
and never looked back. McBain jumped out to seven.
MARC VIEAU | Weekly Voice Ramblers coach Bruce a 22-5 lead after the first McBain (9-0, 6-0) host
Reed City’s Taylor Harrison drives along the baseline. Koopman would say that quarter and really never Benzie Central Friday
come with having a group looked back. Koopman while Evart travels to Pine
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