HALE The Hillman football team shut out Hale 16-0 Friday night in Hale in its regular season finale.
Michael Olshanski had 18 tackles and his brother, David Olshanski, had seven tackles. They each had a quarterback sack and recorded a safety.
David Olshanski led the team offensively with 15 carries for 71 yards. Michael Klein had six carries for 16 yards, as well as one of the Tigers' touchdowns.
"The defense kept the team in the game by shutting down Hale to get the win," said Hillman coach Bill Koenig, "We'll be watching the TV Sunday afternoon and evening to see if we make the playoffs."
Atlanta 60, Gaylord St. Mary 20
ATLANTA The Atlanta football team beat Gaylord St. Mary 60-20 Friday night in Atlanta in a nonconference game. The Huskies finished the season with a 3-5 record in Troy Cheedie's first season as head coach.
Alpena 28, Ogemaw 0
The Alpena JV football team finished the season strong with a 28-0 win over Ogemaw on Thursday to finish at 7-1-1.
Ogemaw never seriously threatened to score as Alpena's defense was swarming to the ball all night with several big hits from numerous players. Brandon Hauff, Dalton McClure, Jay Johnston, Jay Dutcher, and Josh Bell led the way in tackles.
Alpena led 21-0 after the first quarter after scoring on its first three possessions.
Bell led the offensive charge with three scores, one rushing and two receiving.
Dylan Hoes had a touchdown reception and Tyler Pintar threw for 3 scores.
Bell led the way with over 200 combined yards rushing and receiving. Dutcher had some solid runs inside on a night when the field conditions were difficult.
"Coach Hoes and I were really proud of the effort from the entire team all season. They showed up everyday to practice and worked hard to improve each day," Alpena coach John Pintar said. "They need to continue that hard work in the off-season with lifting weights and attending 7-on-7's, if they do that, they will have a chance for success at the varsity level."
The Alpena Freshman team beat Ogemaw Heights 25-16 finishing their season 5-4.