Addison 36, Michigan Center 35: Addison High School now controls its destination in hopes of winning another Cascades Conference football title. The loss is the first for the Cardinals – and the first points given up all season. The instant classic game was as close as the score indicated as Addison gained 394 yards and Michigan Center tallied 384. Noah Springer finished with 105 rushing yards for Addison and Keelan Mullin ran for 90 yards and three touchdowns. Mullin scored the winning score with just over 3 minutes to play in the game. A 2-point run by Dylan Sawdey gave the Panthers the lead. Mitchell Corwin ran for 106 yards for MCHS and Kaydin Hilyard ran for one score, passed for another, and scored on a touchdown pass from Daylen Hinkle.
Onsted 13, Columbia Central 2: The Golden Eagles outgained Onsted by 137 yards but could not put the football in the end zone. Braden Ellison ran for 193 yards on only 14 carries. Ty Farmer was again the defensive hero with 23 tackles and Cam Adams chipped in with nine tackles. “I am so proud of this group of players because we keep overcoming obstacles,” CCHS Coach Josh Kubiak said.
Hanover-Horton 22, Grass Lake 7: Hanover-Horton improved to 2-2 overall with the win against the Warriors. Grass Lake is 1-3 overall for the season. The Comets jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. Gabe French ran for 114 yards and one touchdown for the Comets. Wyatt Hill and Blaisé Uphaus also scored touchdowns for Hanover-Horton. Andrew Stockton finished with 48 rushing yards for Grass Lake and the team’s only touchdown. Jeff Peterson caught four passes for 42 yards for the Warriors.
Springport 25, Napoleon 6: Springport earned its first win of the season with a home victory over previously unbeaten Napoleon. Race Spurbeck ran for 105 yards and one touchdown for the Spartans. Matt Riehle threw for a touchdown pass and ran for another for the Spartans. Napoleon falls to 3-1 with the loss. Grant Bradley accounted for nearly 200 yards of offense through the air and on the ground. The only score was a 12-yard touchdown pass from Bradley to Trent Jester. Holden VanPoppel led Napoleon with seven tackles on defense.
Concord 60, Maple Valley 17: Concord improved to 2-2 on the season with its best offensive showing of the year. Tyler Carpenter accounted for nearly 400 yards of offense in the win for Concord. The quarterback threw for 166 rushing yards, ran for 208 yards, and accounted for six touchdowns in the game. Mekhi Wingfield caught five passes for 150 yard and three touchdowns. Logan Lamb returned a fumble 64 yards for a touchdown and tied a school record with a 99-yard run for another score. Concord finished the night with 514 yards of offense. Defensively Carpenter and Austin Obenour intercepted passes for Concord.
Manchester 35, East Jackson 7: The Trojans have only scored 13 points in three Cascades Conference games. East Jackson is now 0-4 overall, 0-3 in the Cascades Conference. The win is the first of the year for Manchester, 1-3 overall, 1-2 Cascades Conference.
Jackson 65, Ypsilanti 31: Julio Pizano ran for 165 yards on only 10 carries and scored three touchdowns for Jackson. Dectrick Reed also ran for nearly 100 yards and scored one touchdown for the Vikings (2-2). Jarrell Harrell also scored two touchdowns for Jackson.
Lumen Christi 27, Marshall 20: The Titans ran for 372 yards on the night with rushing touchdowns by Cole Simpson, Teddy Ahlers, Brenden Daly, and Colin Morrow. Simpson was the star of the game with 125 rushing yards offensively and 10 tackles and two sacks on the defensive side of the football. Morrow ran for 126 yards on only 12 carries. Chunky Willis finished with eight tackles and a sack for Lumen Christi (4-0 overall, 3-0 Interstate-8 Conference).
Coldwater 45, Northwest 6: The Mounties fell to 1-3 overall, 0-3 in the Interstate-8 Conference with the loss. Northwest trailed 31-0 at halftime but scored a touchdown in the third quarter.
Hastings 34, Western 18: The Panthers lost to Hastings on homecoming night. Western is now 2-2 overall, 1-2 in the Interstate-8 Conference.
Boys Cross Country
MSU Spartan Invitational: Grass Lake finished 17th, Napoleon was 18th, East Jackson finished right behind the Pirates, and Columbia Central was 21st in the White and Neon Division. Rogan Melling of Hanover-Horton won the race in 16:33 and Jacob Walker of CCHS was fourth in 16:44. Matthew Rankin of Grass Lake placed 29th in 18:18. Jackson finished 13th as a team in the Green Division with Chad Perrine finishing 23rd for the Vikings in 17:19.
Girls Cross Country
MSU Spartan Invitational: Hanover-Horton finished 11th, Napoleon 12th, and Grass Lake 14th in the White and Neon Division. Sophia Reynolds of HHHS was eighth overall with a time of 21:01, Ava Viegelahn of Grass Lake placed 12th in 21:29, and Hope Wilkes of Columbia Central finished 28th in 22:38. Jackson finished 24th in the Green Division as Olivia Perrine placed 22nd in 20:58.
Coldwater Invitational: Lumen Christi Catholic High School finished third, Western was seventh, and Hanover-Horton placed 13th at Coldwater. Gull Lake won the event with 354, Lumen Christi shot 374, Western finished at 400, and the Comets 473. Sydnie Redovich of Western finished third overall with an 80, Ashley Hilderley of LCCHS was eighth shooting 87, and teammate Caroline Hilderley was 12th at 92.
Jackson County Womens Golf Association
Two-Man Best Ball at Arbor Hills Golf Course
Kathy Swihart/Nancy Showerman 157
Beth Elliott/Pam Messerly 162
Barb Smith/Sandy Fisher 166
Judy Eddy/Deb Falk 171
Janice Haynes/Jean Harpowski 179
Laura McCully/Sue Wrzesinski 169
Vickie Milosh/Sue Daniels 176
Shirley Klose/Karma Sheriff 180
Peggy Parrott/Kathy Gabriel 187
Shelley Christoff/Cindy Vrancheff 188
Susie Goldsmith/Cheri Tarpley 189
Joan Iverson/Kathy McClinchey 192
Lila Guenther/Dena Ewing 195
Lynne Purcell/Sandy Straka 196
Barb Fischer/Jane Dulworth 197
Cathy Sykes/Jan Hestwood 215
June Hinkle/Betty Mroczka 217
Barb Worden/Patty Kreger 217
Clara Adams/Janie Bristol 222
Barb Zantop/Charlotte Edington 229
*This is the final round in a two-day best-ball tournament played at Arbor Hills Golf Club and Calderone Golf Club. This is also the last tournament for 2021 JCWGA season.
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