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Four Earn All-State Volleyball Honors

Kayda Herrick.  JTV Sports file photos. (November 29, 2023 4:32 PM ET) Four Jackson County high school volleyball players earned all-state honors as voted on by members of the Michigan Volleyball Coaches Association. Western High School player Kayda Herrick was named as a second-team player in Division 2. The senior was an outside hitter for the Panthers this season. Samantha Wynn of Michigan Center earned second-team honors in Division 3. The senior was an outside hitter for the Cardinals in 2023. Iyla Weeks of Concord and Natalee Krage of Hanover-Horton were voted as honorable-mention players in Division 3.  Weeks is a middle hitter for the Yellow Jackets and only a junior. Krage was a senior setter for the Comets this season. 

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Cascades Conference Volleyball Honors Announced

Grass Lake High School volleyball player Mia Buttigieg was named as a first-team all-conference player in the Cascades Conference this season. JTV Sports file photo. (November 22, 2023 10:42 AM ET) The following volleyball players were named as first-team and honorable-mention players in the Cascades Conference this season. Coaches in the conference voted on the all-conference members for the 2023 fall season.  First Team Columbia Central: Berlynn Lyke  Hanover Horton: Hadlie Barber and Natalee Krage Homer: Kennedy Miller Napoleon: Maggie Beer and Gracie Tallman Manchester: Savanah Flint and Grace Majewski Michigan Center: Samantha Wynn Grass Lake: Olivia Turner, Mia Buttigieg, and Monique Diehl Jonesville: Gracen Hager Addison: Molly Brown, Laci Paterson, and Lexi Paterson  Honorable Mention Abby Keller (CC), Chelsea Russ (HH), Elle Peterson (Homer), Audrey Chapman (Napoleon), Peyton Fether (Manchester), Kaylee Johnson (Michigan Center), Hannah Alvarez (Grass Lake), Jozlyn Davis (Vandercook), Alexis Ewing (Jonesville), Izzy Durkee (Addison), Alayna Brown (Leslie), and Addison Hendricks (East Jackson) 

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Extreme Dodge Jackson County Scoreboard November 9, 2023

Volleyball D3 Regional Final at Lumen Christi Monroe St. Mary 3, Hanover-Horton 0: Monroe St. Mary Catholic High School showed why it is the No. 1 ranked team in Division 3. Monroe dispatched Hanover-Horton in just over an hour in the regional final, 25-13, 25-11, and 25-11. Jessica Costlow finished unofficially with 19 kills and Madeline Dettling tallied 13 kills for Monroe. Hanover-Horton finished the season with a 24-13-4 record. Morgan Kuhl had a solid night at the net with eight kills and three blocks for the Comets. The Kestrels advance to the quarterfinal round in Division 3 next week against a yet-to-be-determined opponent.  On Deck for Nov. 10, 2023 Football Division 7 Regional Final Clinton at Lumen Christi 7 p.m.  College Athletic Events Women’s Basketball Jackson College at Triton University 8:30 p.m.  Bowling Spring Arbor University at Halo Classic (Lenawee Rec Lanes)  TBD Women’s Basketball Spring Arbor vs. Indiana Northwest (at Grace College) 8 p.m.  On Deck for Nov. 11, 2023 Football D3 Regional Final Zeeland West at Western High School 1 p.m. Women’s Basketball Jackson College vs. Moraine Valley CC (Triton Tournament) 2 p.m. Bowling Spring Arbor University at AC Open TBD Women’s Basketball Spring Arbor University vs.…

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Hanover Horton vs Michigan Center District Volleyball 11-1-23 | Photo Gallery

Volleyball Division 3 District Semifinal at Concord, Hanover-Horton and Michigan Center, 11-1-2023. Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. [ngg src="galleries" ids="3338" display="pro_blog_gallery"]  Volleyball Division 3 District Semifinal at Concord, Hanover-Horton and Michigan Center, 11-1-2023. Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.

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Perrine, other Jackson Teams Look For State Invite

Olivia Perrine.  Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. By Jeff Steers | JTV Sports Hanover-Horton High School runner Olivia Perrine is looking for her team to qualify for the state cross country finals on the first Saturday in November. She qualified as an individual at the state meet two years ago, sat out a year in 2022, and is back looking for team success at this week’s regional meet. Based on the Comets’ success this season they should have a good chance. The Michigan High School Athletic Association regional cross country meets begin Friday at various events. The top three teams and top 15 qualifiers automatically qualify for the state meet. Hanover-Horton will compete with numerous other Jackson County schools in the Division 3 regional at Ella Sharp Park Friday. A Division 4 competition will also be held at the event. Perrine looks for overall success for the Comets. Hanover-Horton finished second to Leslie in the Cascades Conference and winning several invitationals this season. “Our goal is to get into the top three as a team,” Perrine said. Perrine and her teammate Sophia Reynolds recently finished first and second respectively in the Cascades Conference final meet at Sharp Park. It…

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