Prep Roundup (4-29-13)
HILLMAN-The Hillman girls softball team won the Hillman Invitational on Saturday, defeating Alcona 12-1 in the first game and beating Marquette 5-2 in the final game.
Jensen Tchorzynski pitched the first game for Hillman and struck out 13 batters. She hit four for five including two doubles, a triple and seven RBI’s. Her sister Kaylin picked up a single, a double and an RBI.
Ariel Barrie, Courtney Sauer, Eden Hunt and Morgan Hardies all picked up a single.
Kendra Cole was the losing pitcher for Alcona, giving up 12 runs, six walks and striking out five batters. She hit one for three and drove in an RBI.
Hillman then faced Marquette in the final game. Marquette had just defeated the Alpena girls softball team and was up 2-0 going into the sixth inning.
The Tigers were able to rally in the bottom of the six to pick up all their winning runs.
The Alcona girls softball team moved on to the consolation game and lost to Rogers City 14-4.
The second game’s losing picher was Alyssa Terpstra. She gave up 13 walks and struck out three batters. She led the team in pitching going 2-3 with two doubles, gained one RBI and scored once.
Kendra Cole went 1-3, knocked in a run and scored herself.
Rogers City’s winning pitcher was Alexa Quaine who gave up four runs, six hits, one walk and struck out five.
Logan Fleming led the Rogers City team by hitting a home run shot. Sara Meredith and Brooklyn Idalski picked up a double while Cassie Brege picked up a single.
Rogers City’s first game was a heated battle against Marquette which they lost 7-3. Idalski was the losing pitcher, giving up five runs and six hits.
Rebecca Meredith picked up two hits while her sister Sarah picked up one hit and a double. Overall, Rogers City picked up nine hits.
WHITTEMORE-The Whittmore-Prescott boys track team took first place on its home track on Friday, winning the Whittemore-Prescott Invitational.
The Cardinals finished with 137 points overall, edging Lake City (133) in the Red Division, made up of the bigger schools competing. Fairview was third with 96 points, but won the Black Division, which was comprised of smaller schools.
Mio took 10th place (19 points); Alcona took 11th place (14 points); Posen took 13th place (5 points) and Rogers City was 14th with four points.
In the girls meet, Gladwin topped the field with 173 points, well ahead of second-place Pinconning which had 58. Posen (47 points) won the Black Division and was seventh overall.
Alcona took fourth (56 points); Rogers City was eighth (32 points); Fairview was 10th (29 points) and Mio was 15th (5 points).
Medaling for Fairview were: Jake Wojotoviets in the shot put (7th, 36-10); Austin Klein in the high jump (2nd, 5-10); Kasson Willobee in the pole vault (3rd, 11-6); the 3200 relay team of Harold Cummings, Tony Oaks, David Haskin and Hudson Szubelak (2nd, 9:19); Drew Helcher in the 100 hurdles (3rd, 18.14) and the 300 hurdles (7th, 48.10); Szubelak in the 1600 run (3rd, 5:06); Dylan Danhoff in the 400 dash (3rd, 54.43) and 200 dash (3rd, 24.76); Jacob O’Grady in the 400 dash (6th, 57.03); Brian Eaves in the 400 dash (7th, 57.64); Haskin in the 800 run (3rd, 2:13.05) and the 3200 run (1st, 10:12); Szubelak in the 800 run (4th, 2:13.63) and the 1600 relay team of Eaves, Danhoff, O’Grady and Szubelak (2nd, 3:42.93).
Medaling for Alcona were: Garrette Norling in the pole vault (6th, 9-6); Eric Hampton in the long jump (7th, 18-0 1/2) and Kyle Thum in the 3200 run (8th, 11:49).
Medaling for Posen was Warren Beach in the 1600 run (4th, 5:06.5).
Medaling for Rogers City was Chris Lopez in the 100 dash (7th,13.14) and the 200 dash (7th, 26.39).
Medaling for Mio were: Cody Kahunek in the 100 hurdles (8th) and the 300 hurdles (6th); Robert Thompson in the 1600 (8th); Bryce Degrammont in the 800 run (2nd, 2:09) and Josh Kalbfleisch in the 3200 run (6th, 11:39).
Medaling for Posen were: Kristina Wisniewski in the shot put (6th, 29-8 1/2); Korynn Hincka in the high jump (1st, 5-0), the 200 dash (2nd, 29.73) and the 1600 run (2nd, 5:56); Lindsay Randall in the long jump (5th, 13-11), the 200 dash (4th, 30.72) and the 400 dash (3rd, 1:07.38); the 3200 relay team of Hincka, Lea Peyer, Sam Freske and Shianne Smolinski (5th, 11:59).
Medaling for Rogers City were: the 800 relay team (4th, 2:04.99); Raelyn Hoeft in the 400 dash (2nd, 1:07.09) and the 200 dash (5th, 30.77); Sami Bober in the 300 hurdles (5th, 55.53); Amber Wirgau in the 800 run (5th, 5:00); Victoria Bullock in the 200 dash (8th, 31.29) and the 1600 relay team (4:35.71).
Medaling for Fairview were: Johnna Wiedbrauk in the long jump (3rd, 14-4 3/4), the 100 dash (3rd, 15.17) and the 100 hurdles (3rd, 18.97) and Cheyenne Berryhill in the 300 hurdles (6th, 57.03).
Medaling for Alcona were: Torie Harmon in the high jump (4th, 4-8.2) and the 100 hurdles (8th, 20.16); the 3200 relay team of Megan Quick, Nicole Smith, Harlie Lafond and Karina Cole (2nd, 11:34); Miranda Schalk in the 100 dash (8th, 15.56) Cole in the 1600 run (4th, 6:06) and the 800 run (4th, 4:00); Quick in the 400 dash (1st, 1:03) and the 800 run (1st, 1:00); Sydney Pierce in the 300 hurdles (8th, 59.04) and the 1600 relay (2nd, 4:34.27).
Medaling for Mio were: Paige Young in the high jump (8th, 4-6.2); Pebbles Foust in the pole vault (7th, 6-6.10) and Halie Haskin in the 3200 run (7th, 14:26).
Posen’s girls track team also topped the field at the Hale Invitational last week on April 23. The Vikings finished with 86 points, edging Fairview who finished with 80. Alcona took third (70 1/2 points), Au Gres was fourth (45) and Hillman took fifth (35 1/2).
Winning for Posen were: the 800 relay with the team of Hincka, Alex Werth, Austin Sharpe and Kari Ataman (2:04) and Wisniewski in the shot put (29-0).
Finishing runner-up for Posen were: Randall in the 100 dash (14.14) and the long jump (12-10 1/2); Peyer in the 1600 run (6:44); Hincka in the 400 dash (1:07); Ataman in the 300 hurdles (58.45) and Wisniewski in the discus (77-5).
Gaylord 1, Alpena 0
GAYLORD-Gaylord’s goal with nine and a half minutes remaining in the game was enough to send the Blue Devils by the Alpena girls soccer team on Friday.
“The girls showed a lot of heart and tenacity. We were shorthanded due to some injuries and some of the bench players really stepped up,” Alpena coach Tim Storch said.
The loss was the fourth straight Big North Conference loss for Alpena (3-6, 1-4 BN).
Alpena will host Petoskey tonight at 7 p.m.