Traverse City Record-Eagle


October 6, 2012

Prep Roundup: 10/06/2012



Mancelona      58 Gaylord St. Mary      12

Mancelona clinched at least a share of the Ski Valley Conference South Division crown with a 58-12 victory over Gaylord St. Mary.

Wyatt Derrer ran for 160 yards and two touchdowns and Trevor Ackler had 121 yards and three scores for the Ironmen (7-0, 4-0 SVC).

Sam Day added 64 rush yards on six carries, and Jacob Winstead threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Luke Smigielski.

Nick Balhorn spearheaded the Mancelona defense with five tackles and a fumble recovery. Jacob Allen added an interception and Garrett Derrer had a fumble recovery.

The Ironmen host Forest Area on Friday with a chance to lock up the outright division title.

Johannesburg     56 Onaway     14

Dillon Kibby had 409 all-purpose yards as Johannesburg-Lewiston posted a 56-14 Ski Valley win over Onaway.

Kibby scored four touchdowns in the game. He returned a kick and an interception for scores.

Mitch Hardy rushed for 175 yards and two scores.

Central Lake      64 Forest Area      38

Central Lake picked up a 64-38 Ski Valley Conference win over Forest Area.

The Warriors had three touchdown passes from sophomore Austin Vance, who made his first start at quarterback. Scotty Sedwick caught two of the TDs from 62 and 45 yards.

Justin Burke ran for two touchdowns for Forest Area, which travels to Mancelona next week.

Bellaire      56 Engadine      33

Chase Small scored four touchdowns and three two-points conversions as Bellaire beat Engadine, 56-33.

The Eagles (5-2) also had three touchdowns from Zach Smith and a 73-yard kickoff return for a score for Wes Villafane.

Smith ran 19 times for 163 yards, Small had 132 yards on 23 carries while Hunter Walsh had 18 carries for 108 yards.

Defensively, Jacob Campis had 14 tackles while Villafane had 10. Bellaire hosts unbeaten Cedarville next week.

St. Francis JV      14 Saginaw Nouvel JV      0

For the first time in school history, the St. Francis JV beat Saginaw Nouvel, 14-0, in a game prior to the varsity contest.

The defense led the way for the Glads (4-3), paced by Ryan Armour, Joe Trucco, Ben Walter and Robbie Williams.

Jake Summers and Trucco each scored a touchdown.

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