ACC softball team drops a pair of games to Oakland

OAKLAND – The Alpena Community College women’s softball team played in Oakland on Thursday. The Lady Lumberjacks were unable to secure a win, losing the first game 9-0 and the second 9-1.

In the opener, Kendra Cole pitched with three strikouts and ten hits, three of which were homeruns. Ashley Meyers and Nikki Flannigan had one hit each. There were eleven strikeouts as a team.

In the second game, Ashley Meyers pitched with ten hits, two of which were homeruns. Meyers had each a double and a single. Cole had a single and an RBI. Alexa Quaine, Jilliane Fielders, and Flannigan each had a hit. There were four strikeouts as a team.



Alcona 60.00

Fairview 53.00

Au Gres 0.00

FAIRVIEW – Pole Vault: Brooke Schultz, Alcona (1st, 7’00.00) Shot Put: Samantha Schott, Alcona (1st, 25’08.00), Taylor Murry, Alcona (2nd, 22’07.00) Hih Jump: Sarah Handrich, Fairview (1st, 4’07.00), Kody Barton, Fairview (2nd, 4’04.00) Long Jump: Mara Krupinski, Fairview (1st, 14’03.75), Schultz (2nd, 13’03.75), Saraw Sweet, Alcona (3rd, 13’02.00) Discus: Schott (1st, 62’09.00), LaFond (2nd, 58’09.00), Murry (3rd, 58’05.00) 3200m Relay: Fairview (1st, 12:47.77), Alcona (2nd, 13:23.68) 100m Dash: Rachel warner, Alcona (1st, 14.70), Kameesha Fuqua, Alcona (2nd, 15.38), Haley Goodwin, Fairview (2nd, 15.38) 800m Relay: Fairview (1st, 2:01.26), Alcona (2nd, 2:05.30) 1600m: Paige Jenkins, Fairview (1st, 6:49.81), LaFond (2nd, 7:07.70), Mariah Largent, Fairview (3rd, 7:39.65) 400m Dash: Torie Harmon, Alcona (1st, 1:03.09), Andrea Ford, Fairview (2nd, 1:08.25), Jenkins (3rd, 1:17.60) 400m Relay: Fairview (1st, 58.74), Alcona (2nd, 59.85) 300m Low Hurdles: Sarah Handrich, Fairview (1st, 56.66) 800m: Harmon (1st, 3:05.57) 200m Dash: Krupinski (1st, 29.99), Cheyenne Berryhill, Fairview (2nd, 30.80), Fuqua (3rd, 31.24) 3200m: LaFond (17.13.47), Schott (2nd, 22.22.66)


Fairview 59.00

Alcona 52.00

Au Gres 0.00

FAIRVIEW – Pole Vault; Jordan Steiner, Alcona (1st, 9’00.00) Shot Put: Derek Nolan, Fairview (1st, 34’08.50), Hunter Reeves, Fairview (2nd, 30’11.50), Dillan Brancheau, Fairview (3rd, 30’04.00) Long Jump: Derian Davis, Fairview (1st, 18’07.25), Seth Cleeves, Fairview (2nd, 17’06.25), Pierce Bilbey, Alcona (3rd, 15’05.25) Discus: Jesse Schram, Alcona (1st, 102’11.00), Derek Nolan, Fairview (2nd, 97’00.00) Hunter Reeves, Fairview (3rd, 87’00.00) 3200m Relay: Fairview (1st, 9:36.84), Alcona (2nd, 9:41.57) 110m Hurdles: Derian Davis, Fairview (1st, 18.40) 100m Dash: Derian Davis, Fairview (1st, 12.38), Dakota Oke, Alcona (2nd, 12.59), Alex Harmon, Alcona (3rd, 13.46) 800m Relay: Alcona (1st, 1:43.41), Fairview (2nd, 1:51.64) 1600m Run: Kyle Thum, Alcona (1st, 5:06.41), Jesse Yoder, Fairview (2nd, 5:21.85), Elliot Dubugue, Alcona (3rd, 5:48.52) 400m Relay: Fairview (1st, 52.18), Alcona (2nd, 52.72) 400m Dash: Mitchel Havercroft, Alcona (1st, 56.15), Deven Davis, Fairview (1:02.67), Alex Harmon, Alcona (3rd, 1:03.10) 800m Run: Seth Cleeves, Fairview (1st, 2:23.50), Jeffery Scham, Alcona (2nd, 2:30.98), Elliot Dubugue, Alcona (3rd, 2:39.56) 200m Dash: Cody Leeseberg, Alcona (1st, 27.04), Brenden Blanton, Fairview (2nd, 28.10), Hunter Reeves, Fairview (3rd, 28.10) 1600m Relay: Alcona (1st, 4:49.57), Fairview (2nd, 4:54.44) 3200m Run: Kyle Thum, Alcona (1st, 11:15.09), Jesse Yoder, Fairview (2nd, 12:56.52), Pierce Bilbey, Alcona (3rd, 14:39.87) 1600m Relay: Alcona (1st, 4:04.11), Fairview (2nd, 4:20.33)


Game 1: Alpena 2,

Cheboygan 1

Game 2: Alpena 1,

Sault Ontario 1

CHEBOYGAN – The Alpena U-14 travel soccer team played two games last weekend against Cheboygan and Sault Ontario. 20 minutes into game one, Kennedy Kaiser crossed the ball into Sarah Campbell who tapped the ball to Anna Young who eventually found the back of the net for a goal.

Alpena dominated the first half and led by one at the half.

Cheboygan tied the game 20 minutes into the second half with a direct kick from about 20 yards out. With two minutes left, Kaiser scored the game winner. Lauren Gapske and Elly Clarke shared the win as the goalkeepers as Alpena won 2-1.

In game two, Alpena and Sault played to a 1-1 tie. 10 minutes into the game, Alexis Jones scored on a terrific cross from kaiser.

Alpena controlled most of the first half, but the Civics tied the score on a penalty kick with 10 minutes left in the first half.

The second was evenly matched as the game ended in a tie due to some solid goalkeeping from Alpena’s Macy Dickinson.

POSEN- The Posen boys baseball team played a doubleheader against Fairview on Thursday. Posen won the first game 8-3 and the second 3-2.

Posen pulled out all the stops in the second game to get the win. Skylar Tuogetske pitched five innings for Posen with four walks and two strikeouts. George Kroll came in as the relief pitcher at the top of the sixth inning, not giving up any hits or runs. In the bottom of the sixth, Trevor Sharp walked and was able to score when Mason Mulka hit a double to the fence, tying the game. Darrin Dubey was hit by a pitcher shortly after. Matthew Deletka was able to hit the last RBI, securing the win for Posen.

In the first game, the win was easier for Posen to secure. Dubey pitched five innings with one walk and two strikeouts. Sharp and Avery Worth both hit 1-2 with a single.

“Trevor Sharp played short stop for us, and he was tremendous defensively. He has 13 put-outs and assists in both games. It was his first winning varsity game, and he played really well,” Posen boys baseball coach Pat Kowalski said.

Posen is 5-1 in the season, 3-1 in the North-Star League, and 2-0 in the Little Dipper Division.

They play in the Rogers City tournament on Saturday against Hillman at noon.

AU GRES- The Alcona boys baseball team faced a doubleheader against Au Gres on Thursday. The Tigers won the first game 13-1 and the second 15-5.

Koda Gallager pitched for Alcona in the first game with seven strikeouts and one walk. Tim Hutchinson led offensively, hitting 2-2. Gallager was not far behind at 2-3.

In the second game, Eric Davey pitched for about a quarter of an inning before Brock Franklin relieved him. Franklin pitched eight strikeouts and had no walks.

Gallager led offensively this game, hitting 3-4. Franklin hit 2-3 with two doubles. Jack Hutchinson hit 2-4.

“It’s early in the season. We are more advanced this year than we were last year at this time,” Alcona boys baseball coach Terry Franklin said. “We’re just trying to get better day by day.”

Alcona (3-3) plays on Monday at Hale.

OSCODA- The Rogers City boys baseball team played a double header against Oscoda on Thursday. The Hurons won the opener 16-1 and the nightcap 7-4.

Rogers City’s Brandon Cust led offensively both games. He hit 3-4 in the first game with three runs and two RBI’s. In the second game, he hit 2-3 with two runs and an RBI. Casey Szatkowski hit 2-3 in the first game with four runs and two RBI’s.

Rogers City (4-1) hosts a tournament on Saturday.

OSCODA- The Rogers City girls softball team won a doubleheader against Oscoda on Thursday, 16-6 and 15-2.

In the first game Sarah Meredith led offesively with three hits, a triple and a double. Hannah Fleming has three hits. Taylor Fleming had three hits and a triple.

In the second game, pitcher Hannah Fleming led with two hits. Meredith had two hits and a triple.

Rogers City (3-4) is hosting a tournament on Saturday.

INLAND LAKES- The Onaway boy’s baseball team faced a doubleheader on Thursday against Inland Lakes. They lsot the opener 4-3 and the nightcap 8-7.

In the first game, Onaway pitcher Trevor Wregglesworth threw six innings with seven walks and three strikeouts. He hit 2-3 with an RBI and a run scored. Zeke Nave had two stolen bases and a run scored for the Cardinals.

In the second game, Dane Cooley pitched four innings for Onaway with seven walks. Nick Byrne had two runs and John Janeczek hit two RBI’s.

“We allowed far too many walks. We couldn’t hit the ball well and couldn’t catch any breaks,” Onaway boys baseball coach Mike Crull said.

Onaway (1-3) plays in Rogers City on Saturday in a tournament.

INLAND LAKES- The Onaway girl’s softball team played a doulbeheader against Inland Lakes on Thursday. The Cardinals lost both games 5-3 and 3-1 respectively.

Onaway freshman pitcher Kally Selke pitched five innings with 11 strikeouts and two walks.

Alayna Domke hit 1-3 and scored twice for Onaway in the first game. Kennedy Crawford hit 2-3 and Alison LaFave hit 1-3, with an RBI each. Taylor Ehrke and Kayla Metty both hit 1-3.

In the second game Onaway’s other freshman pitcher Kennedy Crawford threw all five innings with six strikeouts and three earned runs.

Kally Selke hit 1-2 and Maddy McLain hit 1-3.

“We were right with Inland Lakes all through the opener. We’re a young team stepping up,” Onaway softball coach Jodi Brewbaker said. “In the second game we just had too many girls left on base. Once we figure out some of our issues, we’ll be a team to be reckoned with.”

Onaway (1-5) plays in Rogers City on Saturday in a tournament.