Traverse City Record-Eagle


March 20, 2014

Sports in Brief: 03/20/2014

Piatek, Berry take first at GVS

ALLENDALE — Traverse City Central’s John Piatek and Anthony Berry won the shot put and 1600, respectively, in Wednesday’s Grand Valley State Invitational.

Piatek had a toss of 51-7 while Berry ran a 4:22.4 in the indoor track meet. Some 35 teams competed. No team scores were kept.

Central’s Dustin Cutler finished second in the pole vault (12’). Alex Liggett took fourth in the 60-meter high hurdles (8.49) and sixth in the 200 (23.6). Chris Brower was fifth in the 800 (2:02.98). Aaron Taylor came in seventh in the high jump (6-2) and Taran Lutes seventh in the long jump (19-10). Alex Hu placed eighth in the high hurdles (8.99).

The Trojans will compete in the Michigan State Invitational next Wednesday.

DNR forum tonight in Cadillac

TRAVERSE CITY — Two of the state’s 11 “Conversations and Coffee with DNR Fisheries Division” forums scheduled throughout the state this March and April will be held locally.

The meetings will feature fisheries managers and biologists to discuss local issues and management activities and answer questions. Refreshments will be provided. One of the local meetings will be held tonight from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Carl T. Johnson Hunting & Fishing Center located at 6087 E. M-115 in Cadillac, while the other is April 16 from 7-8 p.m. at the Northland Sportsmen’s Club located at 1592 Old Alba Rd. in Gaylord.

Schriber joins LochenHeath

TRAVERSE CITY — Adam Schriber has been named director of instruction at LochenHeath Golf Club.

Schriber, who was ranked among the top 100 teachers by Golf Magazine, will work with members and the golf professionals at the facility while continuing to teach touring professionals and top-ranked amateurs from around the world.

Schriber, 51 is a graduate of Ferris State University’s Professional Golf Management Program. He has coached PGA Tour player Anthony Kim since age 14 and LPGA standout Candie Kung since age 16. Each of them has previously been ranked among the top 10 golfers in the world while working with Schriber.

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