Grass Lake 9, Jackson Christian 1: The Warriors scored four goals in the first 10 minutes of action at Jackson Christian High School. Gus Vitale scored three goals, and Max Goebel and Wesley Good each had a pair of goals for the Warriors. Grass Lake is 8-2-2 overall for the season and ranked No. 12 in this week’s Division 4 coach’s poll. Blaine Spry scored the only goal for Jackson Christian.
Michigan Center 8, Quincy 0: Michigan Center beat Quincy at home as Carter Kosmet scored two goals and dished two assists. Nikolas Kosmet, Jaiden Tilford, Joe Poynter, Riley Withers, Daylen Hinkle, and Michael Van Riper each scored goals for the Cardinals. Van Riper also recorded four saves in goal.
Cascades Conference at Vandercook: Michigan Center won another jamboree with a team score of 190 at Sharp Park Golf Course. Hanover-Horton finished second (217), Grass Lake was third (220), East Jackson placed fourth (230), and Napoleon finished fifth (237). Kamryn Shannon (40), Riley Brown (48), and Kylie McKee (50) of MCHS finished 1-3 individually. Julie Johnston and Paige Hubert shot 50s for Grass Lake, Summer Barnaby shot a 53 to lead Hanover-Horton, Addisyn Rudd (51) and Paris Khan (52) lead East Jackson, and Abby Witter shot a 53 to lead the Pirates.
IGL Columbia Central jamboree: Columbia Central finished second at 212 and Concord was fifth scoring 264 at the Independent Golf League final jamboree. Logan Bentley of CCHS earned medalist honors with a 41and Marissa Berro finished with a 55. Concord was led by Sidney Marshall with a 61 at Clark Lake Golf Course.
Interstate-8 at Coldwater: Lumen Christi Catholic High School edged Western 191-192 at Coldwater. Ashley Hilderley shot 45 and Michaela Hauer finished with a 48 for the Titans. Sydnie Redovich and Brune Savage of Western shot 40 and 44 respectively to go 1-2 individually at the meet.
Northwest 3, Lumen Christi 3: The two Interstate-8 Conference teams ran out of daylight due to a rain delay and being able to play on only half of the courts due to a rainstorm in the afternoon. In completed matches, Northwest won three doubles matches, and the Titans have earned wins at Nos. 3 and 4 singles and No. 1 doubles. Northwest wins were by Alex Thrun/Drew Maples at No. 2 doubles; Lincoln Keathley/Garrett Waldron at No. 3 doubles; and Gavin Rush/Kaleb Kittinger-Munro with a default win at No. 4 doubles.
Western 8, Coldwater 0: The doubles’ teams from Western High School only gave up 10 points in the match. Micah Hall/Jesse Pratt won 6-1 and 6-0 at No. 1 doubles; Dylan Yetzke/Caleb Bahlau won 6-0 and 6-0 at No. 2 doubles; Nick Hendrickson/Hudson Valentine battled for a 6-2 and 7-5 win at No. 3 doubles; and Connor Ganzel/Jacob Collins won 6-1 and 6-1 at No. 4 doubles for the Panthers.
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