Jackson United defeats Temperance Bedford Saturday night 6-4.
Goals – John Kuckarek (2), Matt Bradley, Chris Martin, Logan Devereaux, Bode Buseth
Assists – Dakota Hitt (2), Buseth (2), Kaden Grimes, Brendan Marsh, Cyle Risinger, Bradley, Kucharek
Saves – Barrett Roe (15)
Overall record 1-0-0
Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Western High School, November 20 – November 26
|4:30 PM||Boys 8th Grade Basketball
@ Battle Creek Harper Creek HS
|4:30 PM||Boys 7th Grade Basketball
vs. vs Battle Creek Harper Creek HS
Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!
Meet the Panthers
Monday, November 20
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Panther community, we invite you to join us for an exciting evening to kick off the winter sports season. Admission is $3. All varsity sports teams will be introduced followed by a dance competition, basketball contests and the Staff vs Varsity basketball game. Fans will have the opportunity to enter the three-point, free throw and dunk contest for $2.
1. A weather delay pushed this Regional Final to Friday, and No. 7 Rudyard rose to a challenge coming back from dropping the first set to down Pellston in four in Class D – Sault Ste. Marie Evening News
2. Also pushed to Friday, honorable mention Munising came back after losing the first two sets to defeat Carney-Nadeau in five in Class D – Escanaba Daily Press A weather delay pushed this Regional Final to Friday, and No. 7 Rudyard rose to a challenge coming back from dropping the first set to down Pellston in four in Class D – Sault Ste. Marie Evening News
3. Novi’s Erin O’Leary was named this season’s Miss Volleyball Award winner on the eve of her team’s Class A Quarterfinal against honorable mention Temperance Bedford; Novi is the reigning champ and ranked No. 2 – Observer & Eccentric
4. Class C top-ranked Bronson is plenty familiar with tonight’s Quarterfinal opponent, No. 2 Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central – Sturgis Journal
5. Class B No. 4 Niles is hoping to add to its first District and Regional titles with a first Quarterfinal win, over No. 3 Lake Odessa Lakewood – Niles Daily Star
6. Class A No. 3 Grand Rapids Christian downed top-ranked Rockford in the Regional, a big step as the Eagles pursue their first MHSAA championship in the sport with No. 4 DeWitt up next – FOX17
Traverse City West’s Anika Dy was named Miss Golf for the second time by the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association – Traverse City Record-Eagle
Coldwater’s Shuaib Aljabaly and Lansing Catholic’s Olivia Theis were named Mr. Cross Country and Miss Cross County, respectively, by the Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Association – Coldwater Daily Reporter
1. The first games of the season can be played today, and Petoskey is among teams anticipating a return to the ice – Petoskey News-Review
2. As part of its hockey preview, the Livingston Daily Press & Argus highlighted Mr. Hockey candidates Josh Albring of Hartland and Adam Conquest of Brighton – Livingston Daily Press & Argus
3. Allen Park Cabrini enjoyed a productive opener, downing Flat Rock/Airport 6-2 – Southgate News Herald
Girls Swimming & Diving:
1. Honorable mention Spring Lake will send 10 athletes to the Lower Peninsula Division 3 Finals, including three divers – Grand Haven Tribune
2. Hamilton standout Paige Kuhn is banking on a strong finish in the final meet of her high school career – Holland Sentinel
3. Gaylord sophomore Grace Wambier is a school record holder and hopes to add to her accomplishments at the Division 3 Finals – Gaylord Herald Times
4. No. 7 Brighton is aiming to claim the Division 1 team championship with arguably its strongest assemblage of experienced contenders under coach Jason Black – Livingston Daily Press & Argus
Longtime coach Thaier Mukhtar has resigned as Fraser’s boys coach with nearly 600 wins there and at Warren DeLaSalle – MLive-Detroit
We’ve posted a few girls basketball previews, and this look at Holland West Ottawa is the first boys hoops story we’ve seen this fall; practice began Monday – FOX17
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The 7th grade B team went on the road to Pennfield and came home with a 34-24 victory to improve to 4-1 on the season. Jack Harris led the team to victory with an outstanding game running the point. He had 11 points, 9 steals, and 7 steasls. Ethan Wagner, the Beast, dominated the boards with 27 rebounds. Cooper Tinnermon played great defense with 7 steals. Nate Gilmore scored 8.
The eighth grade B team improved to 3 and 2 last night against Pennfield with a win 56 to 42. Leading the way offensive was Colin Shirkey with 15 and Austin Childs with 13. Hitting the boards for the panthers were Brendan Mulchahy with 14 and Austin Childs with 13. The team defense was the key to the game with 29 total steals. Now on to Harper Creek on Monday.
The 8th grade A team beat Pennfield at home 54-32 to improve to 2-3 on the season. It was a great team effort on the defensive end. The key to the game was domination of the defensive glass, and limiting second shot opportunities.. We had 3 guys with double figure rebounds , lead by Jack Herrington with 14, Dominic Honsinger with 11, and Trent Schnebelt had 10. Aidan Robinson and Cole Wilcox played great on both ends and lead us in scoring. Brody Giroux brought great energy off the bench and chipped in with 10 points. We play at Harper Creek on Monday.
The 7th grade “A” team won their third game of the season 47 – 45 in a thrilling double overtime victory at Battle Creek Pennfield.
Wyatt Robinson and Nick Hodshire played a strong defensive game. Caden Oliver led the team with 15 points, Caiden Iocca 13 and Fox Mannor 11, respectively.