Traverse City Record-Eagle

Prep Sports

February 6, 2014

Prep Sports Roundup: Kingsley captures wrestling district

From staff reports

KINGSLEY — Kingsley captured a Division 3 team wrestling district Wednesday by beating Kalkaska 62-12 and Elk Rapids 48-24.

The Stags had eight wrestlers finish 2-0 on the night — David Bruner at 112, Max Denny at 119, Tyler Slater at 125, Cody Fryhover at 130, Jake King at 140, Brian Lark at 171, Dustin Kerr at 189 and Chase Gaca at 285.

Kingsley will advance to the team regional next Wednesday at Roscommon.


Glen Lake, Benzie win LMSC meet

The Glen Lake girls and Benzie Central boys won the Lake Michigan Ski Conference finals at Crystal Mountain.

The Glen Lake girls finished with 50 points. Benzie was second with 61.

For the Lakers, Amanda Lodge was second in slalom (54.99) and third in giant slalom (41.73), Kaitlin Gaudard was third in slalom (56.25), Dani Merwin was fifth in slalom (57.06) and sixth in giant slalom (42.73), Sunni Charpentier was 10th in slalom (1:03.85) and Lucy Teubner 14th in giant slalom (50.79).

Benzie’s Morgan Papineau swept the two disciplines — 53.16 in the slalom and 40.71 in the giant slalom. Manistee’s Alma Brinkman finished second in the giant slalom (41.09).

In the boys meet, Benzie edged Onekama 55-59.

In the slalom for Benzie, Isaac Miller placed fifth (1:03.15), Bennett Schmitt seventh (1:10.32), Evan Hammon eighth (1:10.92) and Cody Reightley 10th (1:15.12). In the giant slalom, Casey McKinley was fifth (42.49), Miller sixth (44.33), Reightley ninth (48.68) and Max Okros 10th (50.77).

Bellaire’s Ben Hicks won the giant slalom (38.78) and Glen Lake’s Evan Fink the slalom (54.69). Onekama’s Chris Buswinks was second in slalom (55.11) and giant slalom (40.78) while Glen Lake’s Sam Rouzer was third in slalom (59.66) and giant slalom (41.79).


TC West 4

Petoskey 2

Traverse City West used two goals early in the second period and two more early in the third period to defeat Petoskey 4-2.

Eric Anton and Caleb Breithaupt had the Titans’ second period goals and Jacob Benker and Jake Saxton scored the two in the third period, which put West ahead 4-1. Saxton, Ashton Lawton, Nick Schultz, Jeff Linenger and Benker each had assists.

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