HSSS FOOTBALL STATS
Coaches, statisticians, High School Sports Scene Magazine wants to be the source for high school football stats this season. Feel free to contact us with any updates or statistics you have. Send any updates to greg102300@yahoo.com . HSSS will be updating the football stats page on a daily basis.

PASSING YARDS
Jaxon Laubscher, Breckenridge (8-man) 1,223
Sam Rosales, Alma 1,134
Ty Randall, Laingsburg 1,094
Preston Wallace, Evart 1,026
Braylen Himmelein, Davison 1,012
Max Vandenhout, Rockford 972
Jack Bakus, Midland Dow 927
Dalen Adams, East Lansing 914
Bronson Bupp, Ithaca 720
Jack Kulhanek, New Lothrop 655
Alex Fernandez, Lansing Catholic 542
Austin Williams, Flushing 540
Alex Petersburg, Williamston 512
Alan Kaczanowski, Bay City Central 500
Cade Coquillard, Essexville-Garber 496
Colton Klein, Swan Valley 450

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
Preston Wallace, Evart 16
Max Vandenhout, Rockford 15
Jack Kulhanek, New Lothrop 13
Jaxon Laubscher, Breckenridge (8-man) 12
Braylen Himmelein, Davison 11
Ty Randall, Laingsburg 10
Sam Rosales, Alma 9
Dalen Adams, East Lansing 7
Bronson Bupp, Ithaca 7
Jack Bakus, Midland Dow 6
Cade Coquillard, Essexville-Garber 6
Alan Kaczanowski, Bay City Central 6
Bruce Thelen, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 6

RUSHING YARDS
Bruce Thelen, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 1,271
Kahleel Brown, Birch Run 924
Amarion Jenkins, Flushing 740
Evan Wakefield, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 691
Cole Hopkins, Evart 577
Bryce Kurnzc, DeWitt 549
Logan Demarest, Bay City Glenn 513
Austin Williams, Flushing 513
Jack Kulhanek, New Lothrop 504
Jay’len Flowers, Davison 478
Braden Hill, Charlotte, 466
Travis Tucker, Ionia 449
Ben Grant, Lakeview 418
AJ Hill, Davison 417
Kale Snyder, Bullock Creek 414
Alex Petersburg, Williamston 413
Kanye Jackson, East Lansing 410

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Bruce Thelen, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 15
Kahleel Brown, Birch Run 14
Amarion Jenkins, Flushing 11
Evan Wakefield, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 10
Jay’len Flowers, Davison 8
Alex Petersburg, Williamston 8
Ian Crump, Millington 7
Kanye Jackson, East Lansing 7
Bronson Bupp, Ithaca 6
Cole Hopkins, Evart 6
Jaxon Laubscher, Breckenridge (8-man) 6
Nolan Mulcahy, New Lothrop 6
Dallas Walsh, Millington 6
Jack Bakus, Midland Dow 5
Jalen Brown, Midland 5
AJ Hill, Davison 5
Landen Miller, Midland Dow 5
Ty Randall, Laingsburg 5
Kale Snyder, Bullock Creek 5
Mason Stocker, Grand Ledge 5
Travis Tucker, Ionia 5
Austin Williams, Flushing 5

RECEIVING YARDS
Ryan Wolfgang, Breckenridge (8-man) 651
Cade Sutherland, Alma 524
Zack Parker, Midland Dow 534
Evan Boyd, East Lansing 472
Alex McLean, Rockford 449
Jadon Podolak, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 423
Dakobe White, Evart 419
Teon Armstrong, Davison 390
Ethan Hull, Ithaca 369
Bryce Kurncz, DeWitt 360
Connor Hulliberger, Laingsburg 330
Marcel White, Evart 301
Braylon Isom, Saginaw Heritage 294
Dorijan Jackson, East Lansing 291
Jack Borgman, Laingsburg 279
Chase Stephens, Saranac 270
Carson Dabrowski, Bay City Glenn 262

RECEPTIONS
Zack Parker, Midland Dow 41
Ryan Wolfgang, Breckenridge (8-man) 33
Alex McLean, Rockford 31
Cade Sutherland, Alma 29
Jack Borgman, Laingsburg 27
Evan Boyd, East Lansing 26
Marcel White, Evart 24
Bryce Kurncz, DeWitt 22
Connor Hulliberger, Laingsburg 21
Delvon Pascoe-Ward, Alma 20
Teon Armstrong, Davison 19
Mitch Jackson, Saranac 19
Ethan Hull, Ithaca 18
Brandon Lewis, Lansing Catholic 18
Dakobe White, Evart 18
Jadon Podolak, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 17
Carson Dabrowski, Bay City Glenn 15
Chase Stephens, Saranac 15

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Ryan Wolfgang, Breckenridge (8-man) 7
Bryce Kurncz, DeWitt 6
Cade Sutherland, Alma 6
Dakobe White, Evart 6
Ethan Hull, Ithaca 5
Alex McLean, Rockford 5
Zack Parker, Midland Dow 5
Jadon Podolak, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 5
Braylon Isom, Saginaw Heritage 4
Teon Armstrong, Davison 4
Noah Mulcahy, New Lothrop 4
Brady Thompson, Rockford 4
Teddy Williams, Grand Ledge 4

TACKLES
Cameron Raftery, Merrill (8-man) 60
Collin Sitts, Breckenridge (8-man) 60
Ben Sporman, Bay City Central 59
Ethan Burrows, Essexville-Garber 57
Zayne Moore, Morley-Stanwood 57
Cole Hopkins, Evart, 53
Carter Herriman, Davison 47
Rick Beison, Rockford 45
Bruce Thelen, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 45
Westyn Bryant, Clare 44
Cade Coquillard, Essexville-Garber 43
William Eubank, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 41
Kieran Jackson, East Lansing 41
Timmy Faustin Michigan Lutheran Seminary 40
Brady Houck, Charlotte, 40
Kanye Jackson, East Lansing 40
Jackson Vrable, Bay City Glenn 40

SACKS
Xzavior Garcia, Breckenridge (8-man) 8
Devon Eaton, Charlotte 7
Collin Sitts, Breckenridge (8-man) 7
Kruz Rumsey, Morley-Stanwood 6.5
Teddy Williams, Grand Ledge 5.5
Brandon Pass, Ithaca 4.5
Nathan Mikesell, Ithaca 3.5
Jacob Brocht, Swan Valley 3
Jaxen Clark, Davison 3
Drew Ferguson, Rockford 3
Garrett Forgash, Bay City Glenn 3
Carter Herriman, Davison 3
Kieran Jackson, East Lansing 3
Colin Main, Frankenmuth 3
Matthew Nehf, DeWitt 3
Peyton Reynolds, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 3
Drew Titsworth, Frankenmuth 3
Ryan Tutt, Frankenmuth 3

INTERCEPTIONS
Maxx Eastman, Breckenridge (8-man) 5
Jadon Podolak, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 4
Bruce Thelen, Fulton-Middleton (8-man) 4
William Eubank, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 3
Carson Koehler, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 3

PUNTING
Tyson Smith, East Lansing 48.2
Blake Guilford, Central-Montcalm 39.4
Mitchell Roberts, East Lansing 38.9
Sam Rosales, Alma 37.9
Westyn Bryant, Clare 36.6

HSSS FOOTBALL STATS
Coaches, statisticians, High School Sports Scene Magazine wants to be the source for high school football stats this season. Feel free to contact us with any updates or statistics you have. Send any updates to greg102300@yahoo.com . HSSS will be updating the football stats page on a daily basis.

PASSING YARDS
Sam Rosales, Alma 965
Braylen Himmelein, Davison 869
Max Vandenhout, Rockford 862
Preston Wallace, Evart 859
Ty Randall, Laingsburg 843
Dalen Adams, East Lansing 696
Jack Bakus, Midland Dow 678
Jack Kulhanek, New Lothrop 586
Bronson Bupp, Ithaca 573
Alex Fernandez, Lansing Catholic 507
Alan Kaczanowski, Bay City Central 500
Austin Williams, Flushing 451
Colton Klein, Swan Valley 450
Ben Buzzard, Charlotte 425
Cade Coquillard, Essexville-Garber 416

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
Preston Wallace, Evart 15
Max Vandenhout, Rockford 13
Jack Kulhanek, New Lothrop 10
Braylen Himmelein, Davison 8
Ty Randall, Laingsburg 7
Sam Rosales, Alma 7
Dalen Adams, East Lansing 6
Bronson Bupp, Ithaca 6
Alan Kaczanowski, Bay City Central 6
Ben Buzzard, Charlotte 5
Cade Coquillard, Essexville-Garber 5

RUSHING YARDS
Kahleel Brown, Birch Run 823
Amarion Jenkins, Flushing 634
Evan Wakefield, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 528
Logan Demarest, Bay City Glenn 481
Bryce Kurnzc, DeWitt 473
Braden Hill, Charlotte, 466
Jack Kulhanek, New Lothrop 459
Jay’len Flowers, Davison 452
Cole Hopkins, Evart 445
Ben Grant, Lakeview 418
Kale Snyder, Bullock Creek 414
Austin Williams, Flushing 392
Alex Petersburg, Williamston 361
AJ Hill, Davison 357
Zayne Moore, Morley-Stanwood 355

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
Kahleel Brown, Birch Run 13
Amarion Jenkins, Flushing 10
Evan Wakefield, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 9
Jay’len Flowers, Davison 7
Alex Petersburg, Williamston 7
Dallas Walsh, Millington 6
Ian Crump, Millington 5
Kale Snyder, Bullock Creek 5

RECEIVING YARDS
Cade Sutherland, Alma 462
Zack Parker, Midland Dow 421
Alex McLean, Rockford 413
Dakobe White, Evart 406
Evan Boyd, East Lansing 391
Bryce Kurncz, DeWitt 337
Teon Armstrong, Davison 314
Ethan Hull, Ithaca 311
Braylon Isom, Saginaw Heritage 294
Connor Hulliberger, Laingsburg 261
Jack Borgman, Laingsburg 231
Marcel White, Evart 229
Ty Fournier, Freeland 220
Brandon Lewis, Lansing Catholic 216
Clay Wittenberg, Ovid-Elsie 205
Carson Dabrowski, Bay City Glenn 201

RECEPTIONS
Zack Parker, Midland Dow 30
Alex McLean, Rockford 26
Cade Sutherland, Alma 25
Jack Borgman, Laingsburg 21
Evan Boyd, East Lansing 21
Bryce Kurncz, DeWitt 19
Connor Hulliberger, Laingsburg 17
Brandon Lewis, Lansing Catholic 17
Teon Armstrong, Davison 16
Delvon Pascoe-Ward, Alma 16
Dakobe White, Evart 16
Ethan Hull, Ithaca 15
Mitch Jackson, Saranac 15
Marcel White, Evart 15

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS
Dakobe White, Evart 6
Bryce Kurncz, DeWitt 5
Cade Sutherland, Alma 5
Ethan Hull, Ithaca 4
Braylon Isom, Saginaw Heritage 4
Alex McLean, Rockford 4
Zack Parker, Midland Dow 4
Brady Thompson, Rockford 4
Teddy Williams, Grand Ledge 4

TACKLES
Ben Sporman, Bay City Central 59
Zayne Moore, Morley-Stanwood 47
Westyn Bryant, Clare 44
Carter Herriman, Davison 41
Cole Hopkins, Evart, 41
Ethan Burrows, Essexville-Garber 39
Rick Beison, Rockford 39
Kieran Jackson, East Lansing 39
Nick Gruber, Lansing Catholic 32.5
Cade Coquillard, Essexville-Garber 31
William Eubank, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 31
Timmy Faustin Michigan Lutheran Seminary 31
Liam Zastrow, Hemlock 31
Kanye Jackson, East Lansing 30
Kaleb Peska, Ithaca 30
Noah Risner, Ithaca 30
Domynik Skaggs, Eaton Rapids 30

SACKS
Devon Eaton, Charlotte 7
Kruz Rumsey, Morley-Stanwood 4.5
Teddy Williams, Grand Ledge 4
Jaxen Clark, Davison 3
Garrett Forgash, Bay City Glenn 3
Carter Herriman, Davison 3
Kieran Jackson, East Lansing 3
Colin Main, Frankenmuth 3
Brandon Pass, Ithaca 3
Drew Titsworth, Frankenmuth 3
Ryan Tutt, Frankenmuth 3

INTERCEPTIONS
William Eubank, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 3
Carson Koehler, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 3

PUNTING
Tyson Smith, East Lansing 48.2
Mitchell Roberts, East Lansing 40.4
Blake Guilford, Central-Montcalm 39.4
Sam Rosales, Alma 39.2
Westyn Bryant, Clare 36.6

By John Raffel

Today the Eagle Cross Country teams traveled to Spring Hill Camp in Evart to compete in the 28 team Evart Invitational. All teams competed in one race but were separated by small school and large school divisions.

The boys team finished 3rd in the small school division and 6th overall. Medaling for the Eagles were Deegan Bodell (14th), Carter Clark (15th), and Brayden Clark (18th). Rounding out the top 7 were Oisin O’Grady (32nd), Kristian Coon (34th), Jacob Stevens (39th) and Cole Halfman (44th) Hayden Jason (61st), and Aiden Weber (71st) also had good races for the Eagles.

The girls team finished 11th of 13 schools in the small school division. Mary Beth Hyatt finished 31st, followed by Emma McCarty (41st) and Lily Martin (57th).

“Everyone competed very well today. The course was the toughest they will face all year and they all raced well on a tough course. The boys did well against the 7th ranked team in the state and were the 2nd D4 school out of 28 schools who competed. The girls also competed well and both teams are gearing up for the first MSAC meet this coming Wednesday.”

Next meet for the Eagles is on Wednesday, September 21st, Lake of Dreams campground in Merrill.

By John Raffel

The Midland Dow high varsity boys tennis team improved to 19-0-1 after besting Grosse Pointe North 8-0, Portage Central 8-0, and No. 7 Okemos 7-1 Saturday in the Sunsational Saturday Quad.
Dow next plays at Saginaw Heritage on Tuesday and home against Davison on Thursday to finish up the SVL regular season. 
Coach Terry Schwartzkopf: “The boys just continue to roll. Nimai took a tough defeat today, but all that can do is make us better. Every outcome, good or bad, is a chance to improve ourselves and increase both mental toughness and strategy. He will be ready come states. They all will be. Juan and I truly believe these guys can win states if every flight was unseeded because EACH of them is the best in the state at their flight in D2. Seeds just make the path a little easier. I am proud to stand behind this team and honored to be their coach. They continue to impress me as both tennis players and young men.”

By John Raffel
There was a storm delay in Freeland to start the day, canceling the JV match. A second storm came through at 7pm though– in the form of Frankenmuth soccer. As in the past, it was a physical battle from the kickoff. There were over 25 fouls whistled in the game, along with a host of yellow cards. The teams battled back and forth, until in the 20th minute, senior Evan Baker sent a dime across the face of the goal to the foot of freshman Braeden Mossner. The Eagle defense continued to hold steady, despite the onslaught of dump and chase balls that Freeland sent through. In the 33rd minute, however, Freeland was able to convert on a through ball that made it to the foot of their speedy striker, resulting in a 1v1 breakaway against the stalwart Muth keeper Austin Hergenreder. Both teams went into the half with the score knotted at 1.

By John Raffel
Dow improved to 13-0-1 on the year after besting Mt Pleasant 8-0 without dropping a game. Dow next plays Wednesday vs Flushing, UDJ, and Forest Hills Central.

“Kids did great today. Austin scored a golden set which hasn’t happened, to my recollection, since Michael Szabo played. It was a good day and great warm up for tomorrow. It was also a pleasure to see LaPoe move from player to coach and take over the program. It is already almost twice the size as last year and I attribute that to his dedication and love of the game. It is really awesome to see.”

By John Raffel
The volleyball Montabella Mustangs took on the St. Charles Bulldogs Tuesday, Sept. 13th at St. Charles High. The Varsity team fell short losing 3 sets 25-195, 25-20 and 25-23.
Leading the Mustangs was Kalia Adams 5 aces, Kiana Nickerson with 7 assists, Lexi Jordan with 3 kills, and Maddie Jordan with 3 kills.
The Mustangs travel to Portland St Patrick for a Tri on Thursday September 15th at 5:30 p.m. 

By John Raffel

In the first match of pool play last Saturday at Bay City Central, the Frankenmuth Eagles took on Alpena and won in 2 sets.  Audrey Geer had 10 kills and 4 digs, Madison Geer had 8 kills and 3 aces, and Sarah Hauck had 18 assist.
In the final match of the night, the Eagles faced Clare and won in 2 sets to go undefeated for the night.  Audrey Geer again led the team in kills with 9, followed by Lexi Boyke with 5 and Julia Rodriguez and Madison Geer with 3 each.  Audrey had 4 aces, and Kendall Thompson and Hanna Reinhardt had 2 each.  Kendall Thompson took over setting duties after Sarah Hauck went down with an ankle injury, and earned 12 assists.  Hannah Reinhardt led the team with 8 digs, and Audrey followed with 7.  Muth hosts John Glenn in their first conference game of the season this Wednesday September 14th with the Freshman and JV playing at 5pm and Varsity to follow.  The Eagles are 18-1 heading in to conference play.

By John Raffel

The Frankenmuth soccer Eagles looked to extend their win streak on Wednesday against John Glenn and won 9-1.
Frankenmuth came out flat, giving John Glenn chances to clear the ball up to their striker and giving them opportunities to score. 17 minutes in, John Glenn managed to land a through ball that the Muth center backs couldn’t catch, leading to another 1v1 against the Muth keeper Austin Hergenreder. The Eagles continue to start their games uninspired and allowing their opponents to score, before collectively deciding to turn on the engine of the mighty Eagle offense. One minute after John Glenn scored, the Eagle machine engaged. In the 18th minute, senior Evan Baker scored off of a rebound. In the 20th minute, senior Kendall Morris dribbled into the box, and drew a PK from the keeper tackling him. He buried it easily in the corner of the net. 
In the 30th minute, mighty freshman Brayden Curtis sent a cross into the box to Kendall Morris, who touched it to sophomore Miles Paetz, to make the score 3-1. However, the Eagles were just getting started. In the 33rd minute, Evan Baker sent a long service across the box  to Kendall Morris, who landed the pass and poked the ball into the back of the net. In the 36th minute, Morris headed a corner kick to Evan Baker, who then headed the ball into the top corner of the net, making the score 5-1. 
In the second half, Frankenmuth roared out of the gates. In the 5th minute, sophomore Jae Shobbrook put in a rebound off of a shot from Baker that hit the post. In the 14th minute, Baker sent Morris with a long ball outside of the 18 yard box that Morris dribbled into the box and finished with ease. Two minutes later, senior Conrad Waldie received a throw-in, then found Morris inside the 18 yard box for an easy dribble and shot into the side net, making the score 8-1. In the 28th minute of the second half, Evan Baker lit up the nets with at 20-yard banger that ended the game at 9-1.
When asked about the game, senior captain Evan Baker said “It took us a while to get moving today, and we’ve got to work on that. Once we get our heads into the game, I feel like we play really well as a team.”

By John Raffel

The Millington boys and girls cross country teams competed at the first Tri-Valley Conference 10 Jamboree of the year.  The boys’ team finished with 192 points to finish in 8th place.
Tyler Rude was Millington’s best runner on the day finishing in 26th place with a personal best time of 20:45.10.  Ayden Laurin (20:45.42), Jake Rodammer (22:36.42), Connor Hoard (season-best 25:35.63), and Maddox Fabbro (26:53.12) all ran for the Cardinals.
The girls’ team does not have enough runners to compete on a team basis but four Cardinal athletes ran on the day.  Erin Ertman paced the girls finishing in 17th place with a personal record time of 24:26.89.  The other three Cardinal runners of Mariah Ellis (26:18.79), Naomi Williams (32:10.98), and Charlotte Ratza (34:12.70) all finished with personal best times.
The Cardinal harriers will next run on Tuesday, September 20 at the County Press Invitational in North Branch.