Hillsdale – Evan Schmitz has reached the century mark.
Ida Sr. scored two goals and one assist in Wednesday’s 3-0 win over Hillsdale to reach his 100th career goal.
“We are proud of him as a coach,” said Ida coach Tim Allen. “He shares the ball very well and is a great teammate. He’s also a great assist player.”
Jaxon Bolster scored another goal, Dylan Holycross added two assists and Ida pushed the record to 12-0.
“At the moment we have some players out due to injuries,” Allen said. “It was clear midway through tonight.”
NEW BOSTON – The New Boston Huron bounced back from a 2-0 halftime deficit to beat No. 8 Grosse Ile 3-2 on Wednesday.
Huron coach Matt Lividini said, “This was Huron’s first victory over Grosse Ile in this recent era, and the group had a lot of support from all their peers.” A win, a great time, a great student division.”
Aidan Drensic kicked off his comeback with a goal from an assist from Jordan Stussak. Tyler scored his two goals following his toss, one goal coming from Iden he assisted Shannon.
Seniors Ibrahim Muhammad, Abdul Ahmad, Brady Fraser, Drew Slane and Toth stood out on the senior night.
Smith, McComas score twice
Carlton – Mitchell Smith scored two goals at Flat Rock as the teams drew 3-3 on Wednesday and Brandon McComas did the same at the airport.
Brady McBride scored another goal for Flat Rock, and freshman Nolan Sanders scored for the 3-7-1 Jets.
“Hats off to Flatrock for playing with the passion that was missing today,” said airport coach Goran Sepo. “I will continue to practice and get on track.”
Carlson is inadequate
Gibraltar – Gibraltar Carlsson (8-5-1) were drawn at half-time thanks to a goal from Zach Walder following an assist from Tyler Ostrovski, but Dearborn Edsel Ford won 2-1 on Wednesday. We scored in the second half.
SMCC Wins Teal Attack
The annual Teal Attack volleyball game against the St. Mary Catholic Central airport was a convincing win for Kestrel.
SMCC moved 14-4 overall and 4-0 in the Huron League with a 25-13, 25-8, 25-13 win over Airport.
Leah DeServo had 27 assists and 3 aces, Jessica Costrow had 15 kills and 11 digs, and McKenna Payne had 10 assists and 7 kills.
Other standouts were Raelyn Turner, Madeline Dettling, Lauren Conant and Ava Villereal.
Airport (8-13 overall, 2-2 in the Huron League) leads with Joelle Shrewsbury (14 digs, 4 assists), Jade Mittendorf (10 digs), Peyton Zajac (8 assists), and Savannah Barkley (4 kills) it was done.
Milan come back
Milan (8-3-4) beat Jefferson 25-8, 25-22, 25-14 on Wednesday to recover from Monday’s loss to St. Mary’s Catholic Central.
“We controlled the match with great energy,” said Milan coach Cathy Bradshaw. I could let it go, but I held on to win.”
Milan’s leaders were Marea Wurman (13 kills), Amanda Gregorio (20 digs), Haley Knox (5 aces) and Madison Slack (30 assists).
Huron wins 3rd straight
GROSSE ILE – The New Boston Huron took close wins in the first two sets and took control in the third to beat Grosse Ile 25-19, 25-22, 25-14 on Wednesday.
Huron has Ellen Towne (4 aces, 6 kills, 10 digs), Gaby Cambo (8 kills, 6 assists), Quinn Drysdale (11 assists), Miranda Jacinski (9 digs) and Alison Hollingshead (8 digs). got strong performance from
Huron Wins Flat Rock
NEW BOSTON – The New Boston Huron recorded 5 of their top 6 scores on Wednesday as they defeated Flat Rock 231-263 at Willow Metropark Golf Course.
Huron’s AJ Skene was the 52nd medalist, followed by teammates Gia Dean (56), Mira Lazenby (61), Addison Wozinski (62) and Brooklyn Burke (62).
Flat Rock’s Amanda Page hit 60.
State power top SMCC
Last year’s state runner-up Grosse Ile dispatched St. Mary Catholic Central 191-222 Wednesday at the Monroe Golf & Country Club.
Grosse Ile’s Lily Bargamian took the lead of the day with a 1-under 35 shot.
Gracie Gentry (50) and Emily Bellino (55) led the Kestrel.
Sophomore leading the airport
RIVERVIEW − Airport’s three sophomores had a strong day, but it wasn’t enough to lead the Jets to victory Wednesday as Riverview won 196-223 at the Riverview Highlands Golf Course.
Sophie Bucki had 51 and Hannah Roof and Ava Giese both added 53 for the Jets. Riverview’s Megan Rogers was her 39th medalist.
Gardner gets a new job
CONWAY, South Carolina – Summerfield alumni Michelle (Bolster) Gardner has been hired as an associate head coach for Coastal Carolina.
Head Coach Kelly Green said, “We are very pleased to welcome Coach Gardner to our program and we are very lucky to have someone with such tremendous knowledge and experience. “Our student-athletes will love the energy she brings every day. I think she’s perfect to take our program to the next level.”
Most recently, Gardner served as the pitching coach for the Israel national team. Gardner was Indiana’s head coach from 2008 to 2017, recording 380 career wins.
Prior to that, he stopped at the University of Nevada (head coach), Arizona State (assistant coach), Florida State (assistant coach) and Bowling Green (assistant coach). She played for Michigan and was an All-American and Big Ten Player of the Year.
Berry, Sawalich win
TOLEDO – Trevor Berry and 15-year-old rising star William Sawallich took victory in Saturday’s 100-lap feature at the Grass City 200 at Toledo Speedway.