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Prep Roundup: Dow rolls in cross nation, tennis – Midland Each day Information


Dow Excessive’s ladies had three top-four finishes and gained the crew title on the Cadillac Invitational cross nation meet Saturday. The Chargers completed first out of 11 groups with 55 factors, whereas Midland Excessive was fourth (95) and Freeland fifth (98).

Dow’s Victoria Garces gained the ladies’ race with a time of 18:15.4, whereas teammate Katie Watkins took second at 18:42.9, and Sydney Roberts completed fourth for the Chargers with a time of 19:09.3. Additionally for Dow, Sydney Thompson completed 16th (20:34.7), Ivy Beall was 32nd (21:22.7), and Allison Nussear was 33rd (21:29.2).

Grade Riddle led the Chemics with a seventh-place time of 19:51.8, whereas Chloe Greer (20:35.7) was 17th, Rachel Mecca (20:49.6) was 21st, Avery Shepard (20:58.5) was 27th, and Reagan Vokal (21:32.0, 34th), Liv Rohr (21:32.3, 35th), and Madison Matonican (21:32.4, 36th) all completed collectively in a pack for MHS.

Main Freeland was Karie Keefer in 10th with a time of 20:12.8, whereas Paige Kloha was 13th (20:21.2), Jada Prescott was 14th (20:22.9), and Cessaly Fichtner was 19th (20:38.6).

The Falcons gained the boys’ race, ending first out of 10 groups with 52 factors, whereas Dow was third (93) and Midland sixth (139).

Freeland took the highest two spots within the boys’ race, as Braydon Honsinger completed first in a time of 15:34.9, whereas teammate TJ Hansen took second at 15:43.8. Additionally for the Falcons, Braden Klein was ninth (17:01.5), whereas Sam Nemeth was 20th (17:29.1), and Camden McLeod was 22nd (17:32.2).

For Dow, Colin MacGregor completed sixth (16:54.4), whereas Ben Scott was 12th (17:08.1), Andy Castro was 24th (17:34.2), Ethan Zinkweg was 25th (17:38.1), and Sam Scott was 29th (17:42.8).

Andrew Worsley completed 13th with a time of 17:08.9 to steer Midland, whereas Mateo Reyes was 21st (17:31.9), Lucas Berg was 35th (17:51.8), and Ben Bucci was 37th (17:56.9).



Dow Excessive’s boys’ tennis crew remained unbeaten on Saturday, going 3-0 on the Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central quad. The Chargers beat host FHC 6-2 and swept each Traverse Metropolis St. Francis and Rockford 8-0.

“Immediately was one other good day. These boys have sacrificed lots for this profitable season. Immediately was no totally different, as lots of the boys had been unable to make it house for homecoming,” mentioned Dow coach Terry Schwartzkopf. “However it’s not stunning that they made sacrifices in an effort to discover extra success. That’s the coronary heart of this crew. They do what they should do in an effort to get nearer to their purpose. 

“Yet another win they usually end an undefeated season whereas going through each top-10 crew in Division 2. That is a fairly cool feat, nevertheless it’s a sideline accomplishment,” Schwartzkopf added. “We’re nonetheless targeted on one factor solely — and that occurs on October 15 (the state remaining).”

In singles for Dow towards St. Francis, Austin King gained the primary flight 6-1, 6-0; Aaron Li gained the second flight 4-6, 6-3, 10-3; Logan Yu gained the third flight 7-5, 6-1; and Nimai Patel gained the fourth flight 6-0, 6-0. In doubles, Thomas Ladwein and Bobo Qiu gained the primary flight 6-1, 6-1; Jonathan Track and Aiden Tanis gained the second flight 6-2, 6-1; Shubhan Nagarkar and Vish Karthikeyan gained the third flight 6-0, 6-1; and Konnor Janeczko and Dominic Griffin gained the fourth flight 6-0, 6-1.

In singles towards FHC, Li gained 6-3, 6-4; Yu gained 6-1, 6-4; and Patel gained 6-2, 6-2, whereas, in doubles, Ladwein and Qiu gained 6-1, 7-5; Nagarkar and Karthikeyan gained 4-6, 6-3, 10-7; and Janeczko and Griffin gained 6-0, 6-3.

In singles towards Rockford, King, Li, and Yu all gained 6-0, 6-0, whereas Patel gained 6-1, 6-0, and, in doubles, Ladwein and Qiu gained 6-2, 6-4; Track and Tanis gained 6-3, 6-4; Nagarkar and Karthikeyan gained 6-1, 6-1; and Janeczko and Griffin gained 6-2, 6-2.

The Chargers (23-0-1) will shut their common season on Monday towards Saginaw Heritage. 



5 totally different gamers scored for Midland Excessive in a 5-1 nonleague boys’ soccer victory over Cadillac on Saturday.

Scoring as soon as apiece for the Chemics had been Nathan Gambrell, Jon Jenkins, Josh Thurlow, Alex Ritter, and Will Lundsted.

Thurlow additionally had an help, as did Cole Carpenter, Carson Snyder, and Abe Haddad.

Midland improves to 9-3-1.



Meridian’s boys’ cross nation crew completed second out of six groups within the Division 3-4 race, whereas Bullock Creek’s boys completed seventh out of 10 groups within the Division 1-2 race at Saturday’s Al Kayner Invitational held at Delta College.

St. Louis gained the Division 3-4 race with 34 factors, whereas the Mustangs had 46. Bay Metropolis Western gained the Division 1-2 race with 53 factors, whereas the Lancers had 190.

Jonah Shephard and Tyler Heal completed fifth and sixth, respectively, with instances of 11:01.91 and 11:10.28 for Meridian, whereas Drew LaFave was eighth (11:42.40), Ethan Wetzel was 14th (11:46.12), and Elliot Noyes was 15th (11:46.92).

Brayden Sweeney completed 15th (11:15.51) to steer Creek, whereas Marc Woods was 24th (11:42.30), and Carter Wells was 41st (12:52.18).

In the meantime, Meridian’s ladies completed third out of six groups within the Division 3-4 race, whereas Bullock Creek’s ladies took 10th out of 10 groups within the Division 1-2 race.

St. Louis gained the ladies’ Division 3-4 race with 29 factors, whereas the Mustangs had 91. Bay Metropolis Western gained the ladies’ Division 1-2 race with 21 factors, whereas the Lancers had 199.

Lauren Brawt completed third with a time of 13:01.80, whereas teammate Elizabeth Smith completed fourth in 13:22.77 to steer Meridian, whereas Hope Fitzgibbon was 20th (14:56.95, and Rileigh Smith was 35th (17:06.53).

For Creek, Mattie Gagne completed eighth in a time of 13:18.74, whereas Brianna Smaltz was 40th (15:09.82).




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