Alpena rallies past Cadillac

CADILLAC–Aidan Day scored twice and the Alpena High boys soccer team rallied past Cadillac on Thursday, defeating the Vikings 3-2 in a Big North Conference game.

Cadillac scored six minutes into the contest to take an early lead, but two quick goals from Day and another from Caleb Burger gave Alpena a 3-1 lead at halftime.

All three goals were unassisted.

Lawson Labean made eight saves for the Wildcats (10-9-1, 2-7 Big North) who earned their second win over the Vikings this season.

“Our keeper and back line played well. It was a good character win for us and good for the 14 players on the field,” Alpena coach Tim Storch said. “It shows we can play with anybody when we don’t self destruct.”

Cadillac scored again with about 20 minutes to go on a free kick to make it 3-2.

Alpena hosts Petoskey on Tuesday.


Alpena competes in Petoskey

PETOSKEY–The Alpena High boys tennis team competed in a Big North Conference meet in Petoskey on Thursday and earned points at several flights.

Ashawin Chhapamoahon at four singles, Alec Paulsell at one singles, Logan Pinger and Garrett Dickey at one doubles, Dean Kowalewsky and Hunter O’Neil at three doubles and Brett Bonifas and Harrison Butch at four doubles all earned a point for the Wildcats.


Onaway wins home tri

ONAWAY–The Onaway volleyball team won a home tri on Thursday, defeating Marine City Cardinal Mooney and Cheboygan.

Onaway defeated Cardinal Mooney 25-11 and 25-19 and defeated Cheboygan 25-21 and 25-17.

“They played pretty solidly all night,” Onaway coach Steve Watson said of his team. “Cheboygan played us competitive, so it’s always nice to beat them.”

Maddie McLean had 15 kills, nine aces and 10 digs for Onaway and Calley Selke had 14 kills, three aces and 12 digs; Jaclyn Nash had four kills, 35 assists, four aces and 13 digs and Kennedy Crawford had seven kills, four assists, two aces and 10 digs; KayAnna Dean had four kills and 16 digs and Jordan Larson had six digs.

The Cardinals hosted Johannesburg-Lewiston in a Ski Valley Conference match on Tuesday and won in four sets: 25-22, 24-26, 25-14, 25-11.

McLean had 10 kills, four aces and 11 digs and Nash had four kills, 26 assists, two aces and eight digs; Selke had six kills, two aces and six digs and Crawford had five kills, two aces and nine digs.

Onaway plays in a tournament at Morley-Stanwood on Saturday.

Alcona 3, Posen 0

POSEN–The Alcona volleyball team defeated Posen on Thursday in three sets, 25-23, 25-19 and 25-18.  

Taylor Livingston led with 13 kills and 16 digs.

Whittemore-Prescott 3, Atlanta 0

WHITTEMORE–The Atlanta volleyball team fell to Whittemore-Prescott on Thursday, losing 9-25, 4-25 and 13-25.

On Tuesday, Atlanta fell to Alcona 13-25, 12-25 and 18-25.

Marisa Perry had four aces, six digs and two digs for the Huskies and Chase Hooper had five aces, two kills and five digs; Dezyrae Cohoon played a solid game for the Huskies at the net and at the service line and Hailee Brown stood out for the Huskies on defense.