Traverse City Record-Eagle

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October 12, 2013

Apsey rushes 358 yards for Lakers

From staff reports

SUTTONS BAY — Trevor Apsey had quite a night Friday.

The senior rushed for 358 yards in 14 carries — scoring on runs of 60, 50 and 99 yards — as Glen Lake beat Suttons Bay 55-14 in a Northwest Conference battle Friday night.

The Lakers piled up 567 yards on the ground.

Elliott Bregni added touchdown runs of 2 and 18 yards while Carter Lee took one in from 30 yards. Travis Wiltjer tossed a 19-yard scoring pass to Thomas Waning. Henrik Ohr kicked field goals of 35 and 29 yards.

Suttons Bay, which had 339 yards in offense, scored on a two-yard run by Zack Rice and a 75-yard run by Ken Pease. Pease finished with 113 yards rushing, Rice 64. Devin Capron was 6 of 13 passing for 144 yards. Carter Hanson caught three passes for 125 yards.

Apsey also led the Lakers defensively with 10 tackles. Bregni added nine and picked off a pass. Mason Rohrback had eight stops for Suttons Bay.

Glen Lake is 7-0, Suttons Bay 3-4.

Kingsley 42

Mesick 14

Kingsley ran the ball 60 times for 294 yards in a 42-14 victory over Mesick.

Nate Zenner had 105 yards rushing and three touchdowns, while Daniel Gelles added a touchdown and 168 yards.

Zenner’s scores came on runs of 3, 6 and 5 yards, while Gelles scored on a 21-yard run. Jarid Lueck hauled in an 11-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Newell and Derrek Arlt scored on a 20-yard run. Arlt caught a two-point conversion from Newell and Caleb Wetherholt kicked four extra points.

Michael Boff led the Stags (5-2) with 11 tackles. Lueck had two interceptions, while Zenner and Kelly Lark each recovered fumbles. Kingsley led 28-8 at the half.

Mesick (0-7) got its scores on big plays — an 89-yard run by Pete Roush and a 95-yard run by Chad Mathewson. Roush had 120 rushing yards and 106 return yards, while Mathewson had 112 rushing yards. Brad Harris ran in a two-point conversion. Leading Mesick defensively were Harris with 15 tackles, including one for loss, and Mathewson, who had two passes defended.

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