Prep Roundup (10-1-13)
SAULT STE. MARIE-Zack Kendziorski’s goal midway through the second half was enough for the Alpena boys soccer team to come away with a 1-0 victory over Sault Ste. Marie on Tuesday.
Kendziorski’s tally came unassisted on a free kick and helped the Wildcats (5-9-1) snap a four-game skid.
“It was a very physical game, but our goaltender Gray Martin and our defense played well, especially our defenders Mitch Mead, Jacob Gapske, Jacob Kozlowski and Dakota Knechtel,” Tim Storch said.
Alpena plays at Ogemaw Heights on Thursday.
Onaway 3, Pellston 1
ONAWAY- Mariah Ehrke set a new school record, tied another and the No. 6 Onaway volleyball team picked up a crucial Ski Valley Conference win over Pellston Tuesday in four sets.
Onaway won 25-15, 25-16, 26-28 and 25-17.
Ehrke set a new school record for kills in a match with 22 and tied teammate Devin Bristley’s record for attacks in a match with 60.
Ehrke added two aces, 22 digs and three blocks. Bristley had 11 kills, 21 digs and three blocks.
“We played really solidly, really well,” Onaway coach Steve Watson said. “In the third set we made some mistakes, but they played us really well.”
Onaway led the third set 22-19 before losing.
Taylor Ehrke added 37 assists and 13 digs for Onaway; Lexi Szymoniak had 13 kills, 20 digs and five blocks; Sara Fullerton had three kills, two aces, 13 digs and two blocks and Elise Arkwood had five assists and six digs.
Onaway is 31-5-3 on the year and hosts a tournament on Saturday.
Rogers City goes 2-2 at St. Louis Tourney
ST. LOUIS-The Rogers City volleyball team went 2-1 in pool play and advanced to the gold round before bowing out at the St. Louis Tournament on Monday.
The Hurons (16-7-2) defeated Ashley (25-10, 25-15) and Coleman (25-14, 25-19) and lost to No. 6 Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart (24-26, 14-25) in pool play.
Rogers City faced Hemlock in the opening gold bracket round, but lost to Hemlock 18-25, 25-15 and 13-15.
“I was very happy with the day as we stayed close to some really good teams. Serving and passing remain a strong point for us, but we need some work yet on hitting-working on consistency and overloading the block on the opponent,” Rogers City coach Jackie Quaine said.
As a team, the Hurons had 24 aces on the day. Jena Tulgestke led Rogers City with 30 kills, 10 blocks and seven aces. Sarah Meredith added 21 kills, four blocks and three assists. Megan Quaine had 45 digs and four aces. Cassie Brege had 20 digs and 74 assists. Alexa Quaine had 18 digs and five aces. Courtney Streich had 16 kills, 15 digs and five aces.