IDA – It is really demoralizing for a soccer group to give up an very own aim.
Ida gave up a single at a terrible time Friday night, allowing arch-rival Dundee to tie the match 1-1.
But the Blue Streaks were being capable to shrug it off and score with a lot less than three minutes still left to pull out a 2-1 victory.
“I am happy of the workforce for coming back again from a setback to earn the game,” Ida mentor Mark McCaskill explained.
Clare Allen scored the winner. It was established up by a good defensive tackle by Clare Cogan.
Rilee Weatherholt netted the to start with target off an guide by Haden Mannor.
Dundee was lacking various gamers simply because of conflicting faculty actions and had two go down with accidents through the game. Sara Merkel, Evie Brandy’s, Sarah Straka, Samantha Schwab, Hannah Fowler, Elizabeth Bensch, Maddy Lovoy, Sidney Hebel. Sara Marek and Alyvia Taylor played nicely.
“Not the outcome that our girls would have desired, but as their coach I am exceptionally proud of the get the job done they place in tonight and am so grateful that we get to enjoy our players establish into young girls with integrity, do the job ethic, and character that will acquire them considerably in life,” Dundee mentor Mark Dotson reported.
Thomas qualified prospects Rams
FLAT ROCK – Bella Thomas scored three straight targets to guide Flat Rock to a 5- get above Ann Arbor Prep on Friday.
Marissa Bradley experienced a purpose and two assists, Anna Klein scored twice, and Thomas also included an help for the Rams. Evelyn Davis earned the shutout.
Track AND Subject
Soule wins twice
SALINE – Monroe’s Meredith Soule received both hurdle races in the Saline Golden Triangle Invitational Friday.
She went :15.57 in the highs and :45.78 in the lows and also positioned fifth in the 200 meters.
Kamryn Bice finished both of those in equally throws and Faith Butler was fourth in the significant jump for the Trojans.
In the boys satisfy, Jefferson’s Alex Mansfield won the shot-put in 58-6.5.
Monroe’s Andrew McCarthy was 2nd in the 400, fifth in the 200 and seventh in the higher soar. The Trojans also put third, fourth and sixth in the shot-place with Jordan Bassler, Brayden Richards and Teegan Simmons. Noah Stein took sevneth in both of those the 200 and 400 and put fifth in the 3,200 relay.
Two Bobcats acquire
ONSTED – Whiteford experienced a pair of champions in Friday’s Onsted Boosters Invitational.
Jacob Iott won the 400 meters in :54.11 and Noah Bauman ruled the discus in 127-. Keegan Masters was 2nd in the 1,600 and third in the 3,200).
Other individuals in the prime 10 were being Stephan Masserant (fourth 100), Ryan Oberle (fourth 400), Elliott Rodgers (fifth 1,600), Dylan Anderson (sixth 400), Cooper Bieber (seventh 200), Nick Oberle (eighth 800), Kyle Gray (ninth discus) and Kolby Masserant (10th extended leap).
Kenzie Gray was fourth in the shot-set and ninth in the discus and Alaina McClain was fourth in the 800 for the Whiteford girls. Other standouts had been Madelyn Thomas (seventh 400), Annabelle Gapp (seventh low hurdles), Haley Luse (eighth shot-place) and Alena Ellis (ninth higher soar).
Carlson women 2nd
FLAT ROCK – Gibraltar Carlson’s girls received three races on the way to taking 2nd area Friday in the Flat Rock Ram Relays.
The Marauders wins came from the 400 (Emily Petty, Riley Ivy, Maraya Finklea, Elyse Miller), length medley (Arianna Pate, Kylie Iwasko, Maraya Finklea, Brooke Cifaldi) and the freshman/sophmore (Andria Konczal, Finklea, Ivy, Pate) relays.
Carlson was next in 4 other relays.
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