Prep roundup for 4-24

PETOSKEY – The Alpena boys track team topped Petoskey 90-47 on Wednesday, while the girls lost 84-53.

In the boys meet, Alpena won 11 events, including a 1-2-3 finish in the long jump. Elliot Zarins and Isaac Cross all won two individual events. The boys return to action on Friday in Midland at the George Graves Relays.

Jenna Talbot led the way for Alpena in the girls meet with three first place finishes and a fourth place. Taylor Genshaw had two firsts, a second and a third place.

In the boys meet

Alpena boys results:

4x800M: 1. Alpena (Mitchell Day, Colin Ghidoni, John Smith and Eli Martin) 9:05.2; 110M hurdles: 2. Josh Bell 17.2; 110M: 1. Elliot Zarins 11.8, 2. Wade Roznowski 12.34; 4x200M: 1. Alpena (Roznowski, Kaleb Smith, Zarins, Drew Shields); 1600M: 1. Issac Cross 4:47.00, 2. Day 4:50.00; 4x100M: 1. Alpena (Gavin Aikens, Bell, Peter Guest, Zarins) 47.21; 400M: 1. Shields 52.2, 4. Tanner Goebel 58.34; 300M hurdles: 1. Bell 44.05, Blaise Nugent 50.37; 800M: 3. Martin 2:14.18, 4. Josh Smith 2:15.00; 200M 1. Zarins 23.97; 3200M: 1. Cross 10:11.05, Day 10:12.12, 4. Tellis Donajkowski 11:02.31; 4×400 relay: 1. Alpena (Aikens, John Chen, Goebel, Shields) 3:54.65; Discus: 1. Jordan Ferguson 119-0, 2 Nick Lee 104-9; Shot put: 1. Ferguson 45-2 , Trevor Roznowski 35-10 , 3. Lee 33-3 ; Pole Vault: 2. Dylan Goike 10-6, 3. Alec LeTourneau 10-0, 4. Andy Keskimaki 9-0; Long jump: 1. Kaleb Smith 17-3, 2. Aikens 16-8, Nick Samp 16-6; High jump: 3. Jacob Barsen 5-2.

Alpena girls results:

100M hurdles: 1. Jenna Talbot 17.51; Leah Simon 23.05; 100M dash: 2. Taylor Genshaw 14.68; 400M dash: 1. Katie Mack 1:0843, 4. Leah Centala 1:21.40; 300M hurdles: 1. Talbot 51.93; 800M: Hannah McDonald 3:14.46; 200M: 3. Genshaw 31.59; High jump: 1. Genshaw 4-8; 2. Brooke Burrone 4-4, 3. Mack 4-4, 4. Talbot 4-2; Shot put: 3. Stephanie McNeil 25-2 , 4. Morgan Jewell 23-1; Discus: 2. Jewell 81-0, 3. McNeil 73-0; Pole vault: 1. Talbot 7-6, 3. Amber Repke 6-6; Long jump: 1. Genshaw 14-10 . Softball

Posen 8-13

Onaway 3-0

POSEN – Ashley Meyers pitched a pair of two-hitters as the Posen softball team swept a pair of games from Onaway on Wednesday – 8-3, and 13-0 in five innings. Meyers also power the Vikings in both games, as she collected seven RBIs in the doubleheader.

In the first game, Meyers allowed two earned runs while striking out 12 and not allowing a walk. She was 4-for-4 at the plant with three RBIs. Jenna Hincka was 3-for-4, including a triple, and drove in a pair of runs; Taylor Chojnacki was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI, and Kayla Lenard was 2-for4 with a double.

Onaway scored its first run, unearned, in the fourth inning. The Cardinals collected both hits in the sixth, as Olivia McDonald doubled and then Ashley Lalonde hit a two-run homer.

Posen (4-2) scored all 13 runs of the second game in the first inning, and only had one scoring opportunity the rest of the way.

Meyers struck out six and didn’t allow any walks in five innings. She was 3-for-3 at the plate and drove in four runs. Chojnacki was 3-for-3 with a double and three RBIs, Hincka was 3-for-3 with a triple and three RBIs, and Akari Takesato was 2-for-3 with two RBIs.

McDonald and Jade Galer had the hits for Onaway.

The Vikings return to action today when they host Hale.

Track

WHITTEMORE-The Posen and Rogers City track teams took part in the Whittemore-Prescott Quad on Tuesday.

The Whittemore girls won first place with 90.50 points followed by Rogers City (72), Posen (56.50) and Au Gres (24.00).

Rogers City’s Emily Malocha led the Hurons with three gold medals.She won the 1,600 run (6:16.82), the 800 run (2:56.08) and the 3,200 run (13:27.43).

Other first places for Rogers City: Sam Bober in the 300 hurdle (54.665). The 3,200 relay team (Taylor Shay, Torri Delekta, Rebecca Myers, Malocha) also won (11:56.00).

Other top finishers for Rogers City: Megan Quaine in the 100 hurdles (20.688). Quaine also earned a fourth place finish in the 300 hurdles (1:00.237) and fifth in the shot put (27’03.00″). Maddie Steiger got third in 100 hurdles (20.871).

Jenna Kasubowski won third in discuss (65’06.00″). Victoria Bullock was third in the long jump (12’01.50″) while Destanae Smillie was fourth (11’08.00″) and Cynthia Kerr was fifth (11’06.50″). Smillie also earned a third place finish in the 300 hurdles (59.319).

Shay picked up a third place finish in the 1,600 run (6:53.79) while Salena Heidemann earend third in the 400 dash (1:17.83). Rebecca Myers was third in the 800 run (3:00.02) while Amber Nowicki was fourth in the 1,600 run (7:25.12).

The 800 relay team (Kerr, Smillie, Bober, Bictoria Bullock) were second (2:08.745). The 1,600 relay team (Bullock, Shay, Myers, Bober) were second (5:06.09). The 400 relay team (Jade Ramus, Steiger, Jessica Butera, Kerr) picked up third (1:03.078).

Posen’s top finishers were Korynn Hincka and Anjelica Patterson. Hincka won a gold in the high jump (4’08.00″) and a silver in the 400 dash (1:10.511). Patterson won shot put (33’11.00″) and second in the 200 dash (29.996).

Other first place finishes for Posen: Lindsey Randall in the 100 dash (14.307). The 1,600 relay team (Patterson, Hincka, Elizabeth Mulka, Randall) won first (4:56.12). The 800 relay team (Randall, Mulka, Patterson, Austin Sharpe) also won (2:05.025).

Other top finishes for Posen: Kelsey Jakubcin won second in shot put (29’07.00″) while Sharpe got fourth in the 400 dash (1:19.437). Selina Gerdes was fourth in 200 dash (31.735). Kayla Flewelling won third in the high jump (4’04.00″) while Sam Freske was fifth (4’00.00″).

The 3,200 relay team (Flewelling, Hincka, Freske, Chelsea Schuch) was third (12:33.37). The 400 relay team (Randall, Mulka, Geredes, Sharpe) was also second (59.541).

The Whittemore boys won with 140 points, followed by AuGres (67), Rogers City (38) and Posen (7).

Jacob Flemming was the Hurons top finisher. He had three second place finishes: one in high jump (5’06.00″), another in the 1,200 run (5:45.82) and one in the 800 run (2:35.18).

Top finishers for Rogers City: Chrys Hogg had a third place finish in discuss (99’01.50″) while Andrew Selke had a second in shot put (41’00.50″). Hogg also had a fifth place finish in shot put (33’00.00″). Aaron Romel had a third place finish in the 100 dash (12.199) and a second place finish in the 200 dash (26.233).

Jacob Sobeck had a fourth place finish in the 400 dash (1:02.791) while Noah Sobeck had a fifth place finish in the 800 run (2:46.46).

Rogers City’s 800 relay team (Jack Ryan, Jacob Sobeck, Aaron Romel, Chris Lopez) was third (1:55.845). The 400 relay team (Ryan, Sobeck, Romel, Lopez) was second (51.911). The 1,600 relay team (Ryan, Matt Rhode, Sobeck, Flemming) were third (4:22.34).

Posen’s top finisher was Emil Cramon with a third place finish in the 200 dash (26.60) and a fifth place finish in the 100 dash (13.00).

Other top finishers for Posen: Sebastian Bersan had a fourth in the 200 dash (27.915) while Matthew Wisniewski had fifth (28.866).

The 400 relay team had fourth (53.346). The 1,600 relay team (Emil Cramon, Levi Romel, Bersan, Wisniewski) were fourth (4:30.55).