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Prep Roundup: Dow ladies win one other Valley meet – Midland Each day Information


Dow Excessive’s ladies’ cross nation crew received the second Saginaw Valley League jamboree, held Tuesday in Mount Nice. The Chargers completed with 28 factors to edge second-place Bay Metropolis Western (33), whereas Midland Excessive completed third out of seven groups with 60.

Dow’s Victoria Garces (18:38.60), Katie Watkins (18:59.70), and Sydney Roberts (19:56.66) completed first, second, and fifth, respectively, whereas Sydney Thompson was eighth (20:55.65), and Norah Allington 12th (21:11.82) for the Chargers.

For Midland, Grace Riddle took seventh (20:29.91), whereas Chloe Greer was 10th (20:58.60), Ava Kontranowski was 13th (21:23.37), Rachel Mecca was 14th (21:32.04), and Avery Shepard was 16th (21:36.11).

Saginaw Heritage received the boys’ race with 33 factors, whereas Dow completed third out of seven groups with 62, and Midland was fourth with 99.

Colin MacGregor led the Chargers with a fourth-place time of 17:02.85, whereas Ben Scott was ninth (17:30.42), Sebastian Maldonado was 12th (17:50.38), Andy Castro was 16th (17:58.02), and Sam Scott was 21st (18:10.47).

For the Chemics, Mateo Reyes took 11th (17:46.84), whereas Lucas Berg was 19th (18:02.84), Andrew Worsley was 22nd (18:12.86), Jacob Seybert was 24th (18:15.63), and Antonio Reyes was 25th (18:39.31).



Dow Excessive swept host Flint Powers 25-16, 25-20, 25-19 in Saginaw Valley League volleyball on Tuesday.

Brynn Hansen led the Chargers with 5 kills, whereas Klaire Caldwell and Taryn Williams every had three kills, Alex Worth dished out 20 assists, Maryn Chritz had 16 digs, and Luci Fabiano added 15 digs.

“I used to be tremendous pleased with how the women performed. They got here out and executed our sport plan,” mentioned Dow coach Ali Taylor. “Alex Worth distributed the ball very effectively.”

The Chargers (10-6 total, 5-1 SVL) will host Lapeer on Thursday.



Midland Excessive’s ladies’ golf crew completed third on the Saginaw Valley League meet held Tuesday at The Fortress in Frankenmuth, and the Chemics additionally wound up third within the total Valley standings.

Lindsey Deckrow completed fifth individually out of 75 gamers to earn First Staff All-SVL honors, whereas Lauren Deckrow completed 16th to earn Second Staff All-SVL accolades for the Chemics. In the meantime, Midland’s McKenna Sanders and Eve Jenkins each shot personal-best scores for 18 holes within the match.

No scores had been offered.

The Chemics will head to Currie Golf Course for Monday’s regional event.



Calvary Baptist Academy’s volleyball crew stored rolling Tuesday, sweeping visiting Bay Metropolis All Saints 25-10, 25-19, 25-15 to enhance to 13-2.

“Tonight was an ideal evening to get a few of our youthful gamers extra expertise and the chance to play some newer positions,” mentioned CBA coach Danelle Dickerson. “We will certainly be working to prepare for the second half of the season and the robust competitors now we have main as much as districts.”

Tori Ginac led the Kings with 9 kills and 7 aces, whereas Caitlyn Dickerson had 5 kills, Chloe Williams had three kills and 5 aces, Emma Schmidt additionally had three kills, and Jenna Szilagyi and Kayla Grabill every completed with eight assists.



Midland Excessive misplaced 25-15, 25-9, 25-21 to Davison in Saginaw Valley League volleyball on Tuesday.

Jenna Rekeweg led the Chemics with 10 kills and eight assists, whereas Olivia McMath had 4 kills, 11 assists, and 9 digs, Aly Hebert and Brooke Russell each had three kills, Grace Schloop completed with 14 digs, and Emma Buschlen added seven digs.

Midland (8-12-1 total, 2-3 SVL) will host Saginaw Arthur Hill and Saginaw Excessive on Thursday.



Bullock Creek’s boys’ cross nation crew completed third out of seven groups on the second Tri-Valley Convention jamboree, hosted Tuesday by Saginaw Nouvel. St. Louis received the boys’ race with 33 factors, whereas the Lancers had 62.

Brayden Sweeney led Creek with a sixth-place time of 19:03.12, whereas Bailey Wiggins was 16th (20:11.20), Duane Davis was 21st (20:50.21), Marc Woods was 23rd (21:05.18), and Carter Wells was 30th (21:57.68) for the Lancers.

Ithaca received the women’ race with 33 factors, whereas Creek completed sixth out of seven groups with 124.

Pacing the Lancers was Mattie Gagne in fourth (22:16.98), whereas Brianna Smaltz was 21st (25:49.77), Autumn Fransen was 39th (27:19.41), and Elayna Walters was 40th (27:28.89).



Dyllon Ouderkirk scored the sport’s lone purpose Tuesday to elevate Calvary Baptist Academy to a 1-0 win over Genesee Christian in boys’ soccer.

CBA goalkeeper Lucian Snyder had 12 saves to earn the shutout.

The Kings (8-4) will head to Laker on Monday.



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