Wildcats split dual meet with Cadillac

CADILLAC–The Alpena and Cadillac track teams split a dual meet on Wednesday, with Alpena winning the boys race 108.5 to 54.5 and Cadillac winning the girls race 105 to 58.

Top finishers for Alpena’s boys team included: Wade Roznowski in the 100 dash (1st, 12.12) and 200 dash (1st, 23.5); Alex Arch in the 200 dash (2nd, 24.1); Jadon Duncan in the 400 dash (1st, 56.7) and long jump (1st, 18-8); Hunter Kline-Tolsdorph in the 400 dash (2nd, 56.90); Mitchell Day in the 1,600 run (1st, 4:42.3); 3,200 run (1st, 10:15) and 400 dash (3rd, 57.8); Josh Smith in the 800 run (1st, 2:09.8), 1,600 run (3rd, 4:45.7) and 3,200 run (T2, 10:30.5); Aden Smith in the 800 run (2nd, 2:11.1), 1,600 run (2nd, 4:42.31) and 3,200 run (T2, 10:30.5); Truman Vaughn in the 110 hurdles (1st, 17.0); Zach Zaborney in the 110 hurdles (3rd, 18.14), long jump (2nd, 17-6 3/4) and 300 hurdles (2nd, 47.2); Hayden Goebel in the 300 hurdles (3rd, 48.8) and the high jump (3rd, 5-4); the 400 relay team of Arch, Roznowski, Alec LeTourneau and Levi Goebel (1st, 1st, 45.8); the 1,600 relay team of Duncan, Kline-Tolsdorph, Levi Goebel and LeTourneau (1st, 3:49.2); the 3,200 relay team of Josh Smith, Aden Smith, Mitchell Day and Aidan Day (2nd, 8:50); LeTourneau in the pole vault (3rd, 11-6); Trevor Roznowski in the shot put (2nd, 46-2 1.4) and discus (3rd, 115-11) and Randy Udell in the discus (1st, 131-9).

Top finishers for Alpena’s girls team included: Taylor Foster in the 100 hurdles (1st, 17.39), 300 hurdles (2nd, 57.6) and 100 dash (3rd, 13.9); Katie Mack in the 400 dash (2nd, 1:09.9) and high jump (2nd, 4-8); Alayna Nugent in the 400 dash (3rd, 1:11.2) and 800 run (2nd, 2:48.2); Maddy Boyd in the 1,600 run (1st, 5:44.5) and 3,200 run (2nd, 12:56.8); Savannah Thomson in the 300 hurdles (1st, 52,9), long jump (1st, 14-0 3/4) and 100 hurdles (2nd, 17.79); the 400 relay team of Foster, Emma Jore, Olivia Custer and Maddie Voltz (2nd, 1:00.3); the 800 relay team of Sarah Vrendenburg, Danielle Schackmann, Tiffany Cherney and Ava Shriner (2nd, 2:13.3); the 1,600 relay team of Custer, Mack, Nugent and Katlyn Trelfa (2nd, 5:06.1); the 3,200 relay team of Boyd, Nugent, Molly Dickenson and Kaylee Rondeau (2nd, 11:08.24); Dakota Prevo in the discus (2nd, 90-5); Voltz in the high jump (1st, 4-10) and Trelfa in the pole vault (3rd, 7-0).

GIRLS SOCCER

Alpena 4, Grayling 0

GRAYLING — The Alpena girls soccer team won its third game in a row on Wednesday as it traveled to Grayling and won by a final score of 4-0.

Mollie Girard led the way scoring two goals on the night. Anna Young and Kennedy Kaiser each added a goal apiece as Chloe Lacombe, Madyson Girard and Leslie Roland each picked up an assist apiece in the win.

Goalkeeper Maren Winter picked up her third shutout in as many games as she remained strong in net for the Wildcats.

Alpena improves to 3-0 on the year and will have momentum on its side when they host Petoskey tomorrow as the Wildcats open up play in the Big North Conference.

GIRLS TENNIS

Harbor Springs 5, Alpena 3

The Alpena gials tennis team had another good showing, but fell to Harbor Springs 5-3 on Wednesday.

Kayla Bullock won by default. Claire Butch and Emeline Hanna won 6-1 and 6-2 at No. 4 doubles, Angela Salacata and Marissa Centala won 6-3 and 6-2 at No. 3 doubles.

Kate Schultz lost a tough two-setter 6-2 and 7-6 at No. 2 singles and Yuka Yamano also played well, but lost 7-5 and 6-3 at No. 3 singles.

“All flights played great. It was our second meeting with Harbor Springs and all players from Alpena showed marked improvement over the last time that they played,” Alpena coach Charlie Giordano said.

JV SOFTBALL

Alpena takes 2 from Hillman

The Alpena JV softball team earned two more wins on Wednesday, defeating Hillman in a doubleheader 22-0 (three innings) and 14-1 (four innings).

Lilly Lewis was the winning pitcher in the opener, striking out three and walking one while allowing just one hit.

Riley Alexander was 2-for-4 and Natalie Jaskolski was 2-for-3.

Maddy Saddler earned the win for Alpena in the nightcap, striking out two, walking one and allowing just one hit.

Jaime Modrzynski was 2-for-3 and Ursula Duncan was 2-for-4.

Alpena will play at Howell on Friday and will play in a Saturday tournament in Flushing.