2017-10-08 / Sports

PREP ROUNDUP

New Lothrop JV spikers beat Montrose, Morrice

New Lothrop’s JV volleyball team recorded a pair of wins at home this past week as it beat Montrose on Tuesday by a 25-15, 25-9 count and turned away Morrice on Thursday, 25-12, 25-20. Alana Wendling dished out 22 assists and served 3 aces against the Lady Rams while Brianna Kline slammed 14 kills and came up with 8 digs. Gillian Krupp and Ciara Wendling each had 15 digs with Krupp also serving 3 aces. Delaynee Bitterman chipped in with four kills and two aces and Kerra Hinrichs added three kills. Alivia Tithof dished out seven assists to orchestrate the NL offense against Morrice. Alana Wendling tallied four digs and three aces. Krupp contributed four digs along with a kill, Erin Mulcahy chipped in with four digs and a pair of aces, Bitterman logged three aces and a kill, Ciara Wendling accumulated five digs, Karley Hafner smashed three aces and Brianna Kline finished with two kills.

Tribe JV spikers win own quad, sweep Shepherd

Chesaning’s JV volleyball team never lost a set this past week as it beat all three oppo­nents at its own quad on Monday and swept TVC foe Shepherd at home on Wednesday. Liz Coon amassed 13 service points, including 3 aces in the 25-20, 25-21 sweep of Shepherd while Julia Bishop added 7 service points with 3 aces. Coon also led the way with six assists and five digs. Leah Keller chipped in with eight digs. Sidnee Struck and Claire Greenfelder each had three kills. The young Tribe disposed of Montrose, Nouvel and St. Charles in straight two-set fashion earlier in the week at its own quad meet. Greenfelder posted 20 service points, 9 aces, 7 blocks and 6 kills on the night while Jordyn Bishop drove down 6 aces among her 26 service points. Struck tallied a dozen serve points and six kills, Leah Keller came up with 16 digs and Julia Bishop slammed 8 kills. The offense was paced by Coon and Lilly Cooper with 30 and 25 assists, respectively.

Chesaning JVs earn 27-20 gridiron win over Shepherd

Chesaning’s JV football team earned a hard- fought 27-20 win at Shepherd last Thursday night as the Tribe defense stopped the Bluejays late in the fourth quarter to seal the decision. Adam Kulhanek paced the offense with 172 yards receiving, including three touchdowns. Trent Devereaux completed 18 of 29 passes for 278 yards on the evening. Nick Fowler gained 47 yards receiving and ran for a 15-yard score. Ty Gross and Alex Amman picked up 24 and 18 yards receiving, respectively. Michael Martin and William Duranso anchored the defense with eight tackles apiece while Adrian Esquivel and Rylee Qualls each had seven stops. Keegan Nicol recovered a fumble and came up with six tackles for the Indians, who improved to 3-4 overall.

STC JV spikers win 2 of 3 at own quad, edge past MLS in dual match

St. Charles’ JV volleyball team won two of three matches at its own quad on Monday, beating Nouvel two out of three, sweeping both games with Montrose and losing to Chesaning in straight two-set fashion. The young Lady ‘Dawgs followed two nights later with a thrill­ing 25-19, 15-25, 15-9 victory over Michigan Lutheran Seminary.

STC frosh lose volleyball match to MLS

St. Charles’ freshman volleyball team lost a nail biter to host Michigan Lutheran Seminary last Wednesday. In a tight battle, the young Lady ‘Dawgs dropped a 17-25, 25-23, 15-13 decision to the Cardinals.

Hornets’ Moody wins division at Greater Flint XC meet

New Lothrop’s Veronica Moody won her division in the Greater Flint cross country meet JV race on Saturday, Sept. 30 at the Everett A. Cummings Center. Moody set the pace with a time of 27:03.

Also scoring for the Hornet girls were Rebekah Riley, second in 27:29, Mariah Castillo, third in 27:47, Lauren Gross, fifth in 28:20, and Lacy Birchmeier, sixth in 28:21. Taking five of the top 10 spots, the Hornets won the event with 17 points.

They were followed by Danielle Wendling (28:54), Hailey Birchmeier (29:08), Laura Menth (29:12), Reagan Martin (29:22), Erika Birchmeier (29:39), Kora Krupp (30:56), Macy Matthews (30:58), Anna Miller (32:41), Jillian Rau (33:29), Samantha Bitterman (35:43), Rebecca Terp (35:54) and Elissa Henige (35:56).

The Hornets also won the boys’ race, paced by Alex Potter, who finished second in 21:47. He was followed by Harry Helmick, fourth in 22:12, Evan Wendling, fifth in 22:41), Michael Kiefer, sixth in 23:01, and Charlie Weber, seventh in 23:15. Also running were Dominic Poletti (26:34) and Jaxon Andres (28:24).

Krupp leads NL middle school­ers at Greater Flint meet

New Lothrop’s Clara Krupp led the field in the middle school varsity race at the Greater Flint cross country meet on Saturday, Sept. 30 at the Everett A. Cummings Center. Krupp won the division with a time of 12:51, followed by Alexis Miller, 17th in 15:01, Klara Mulcahy, 20th in 15:07, Cailyn Addudell, 24th in 15:27, and Sidney Green, 27th in 15:31. Also running were Alexis Birchmeier (15:31), Maya Newman (15:43), Lindsey Wendling (15:51), and Josie Bauman (16:04). The Hornet girls were fourth with 78 points.

The Hornet boys finished third 69 points in the varsity race. Aaron Vincke led the way, finishing sixth in 12:23. He was followed by Brennan Unangst, 10th in 12:38, Cole Yaros, 15th in 12:57, Zach Craven, 19th in 13:09 and Jason Weber, 21st in 13:16. Also running were Dillan Morell (13:54), Alex Milks (13:54), Parker Noonan (14:03), Charlie Gross (14:24) and Sam Collins (15:25).

In the middle school girls’ JV race, New Lothrop’s Elisabeth Heslip won the division in 16:08. She was followed by Ashlyn Albert, sec­ond in 16:17, Charlotte Gross, third in 16:43, Tabitha Gross, fifth in 16:58, and Carley Martin, sixth in 17:00. The Hornet girls won the division

15 points.

Also running in the JV race were Jaylyn Schulze (17:41), Landan Babinger (15:31), Hailey Vincke (19:28), Rylee Elkins (20:30) and Molly Eickholt (21:35).

In the JV boys’ race, the Hornets were sec­ond with 42 points. John Gross led the way, finishing seventh in 15:31. He was followed by Zach Graves, eighth in 15:31, Max Spencer, ninth in 15:45, Westin Sweers, 11th in 15:58, and Andrew Sharpe, 12th in 16:20. Also run­ning were Zachary Sigmund (16:30), August Birchmeier (17:11) and Ethan Bruner (18:28).

Hornet middle schoolers run at second GAC jam

Clara Krupp led New Lothrop’s middle school girls with a first place finish at the second Genesee Area Conference jamboree on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The Hornets finished third with 56 points. Lake Fenton was first with 43 points.

Krupp took first in 12:57, followed by Marissa Mangino, 11th in 15:01, Alexis Miller, 15th in 15:37, Lindsey Wendling, 16th in 15:37, and Cailyn Adduddell, 17th in 15:44.

Also running for the Hornet girls were Elizabeth Heslip (15:55), Maya Newman (15:56), Sidney Green (15:58), Klara Mulcahy (15:59), Ashlyn Albert (16:59), Josie Bauman (17:06), Charlotte Gross (17:10), Alexis Birchmeier (17:14), Tabatha Gross (17:18), Rylee Spayde (17:24), Landan Babinger (18:28), Carley Martin (18:33), Jaylyn Schulze (19:30), Hailey Vincke (19:39), Rylee Elkins (21:12) and Molly Eickholt (22:38).

The Hornet boys also finished third with 76 points. Seth Coffin of Montrose led the field in 11:53, while Goodrich topped the team stand­ings with 39 points.

Aaron Vincke led the Hornets, taking eighth in 12:41, followed by Brennan Unangst, ninth in 12:46, Cole Yaros, 15th in 13:20, Jason Weber, 20th in 13:28, and Parker Noonan, 28th in 13:54.

Also running for New Lothrop were Charlie Gross (14:15), Alex Milks (14:26), Dillan Morell (14:47), Maxon Spencer (16:06), Andrew Sharpe (16:08), John Gross (16:25), Zach Graves (16:45), Westin Sweers (16:47), Sam Collins (17:04), Zach Sigmund (18:05), Ethan Brunner (18:31), and Logan Hornak (22:13).

Hornets host 10th annual mid­dle school XC invite

New Lothrop hosted its 10th annual middle school invitational on Wednesday, Oct. 4 with nine schools competing. Team scores were not kept and everyone medaled.

Hornet Clara Krupp won the girls race in 12:59. She was followed by Cailyn Adduddell (sixth, 14:36), Alexis Miller (seventh,14:43), Marissa Mangino (eighth, 14:53), Klara Mulcahy (10th, 14:56), Lindsey Wendling (11th, 15:06), Sidney Green (15th, 15:26), Elizabeth Heslip (16th, 15:36), Maya Newman (19th, 16:10), Alexis Birchmeier (21st, 16:19), Charlotte Gross (22nd, 16:30), Ashlyn Albert (25th, 16:44), Josie Bauman (27th, 16:53), Rylee Spayde (29th, 17:10), Tabatha Gross (32nd, 17:29), Carley Martin (38th, 18:38), Landan Babinger (40th, 18:58), Rylee Elkins (41st, 19:17), Jaylyn Schulze (43rd, 19:27), Haley Vincke (44th, 19:31) and Molly Eickholt (51st, 21:42).

In the boys’ race, Aaron Vincke led the Hornets, finishing sixth in 12:20. He was fol­lowed by Brennan Unangst (seventh, 12:21), Cole Yaros (11th, 12:47), Jason Weber (18th, 13:23), Parker Noonan (22nd, 13:42), Dillan Morell (25th, 13:56), Alex Milks (27th, 13:58), Charlie Gross (32nd, 14:07), Sam Collins (53rd, 15:33), Max Spencer (56th, 16:00), Zach Graves (59th, 16:09), Andrew Sharpe (63rd, 16:32), John Gross (64th, 16:33), Westin Sweers (66th, 16:48), Zach Sigmund (67th, 17:02), Ethan Bruner (75th, 18:10), and Logan Hornak (77th, 19:31).

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