BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

Flivvers, Miners in a draw

NEGAUNEE – Kingsford claimed three of four singles matches and played to a 4-4 draw with Negaunee in high school boys tennis Monday.

The Flivvers dropped three of the five three-set matched played.

“They could have went either way,” Flivver coach Mark Shanks said. “We’re extremely close (to Negaunee) with the same young singles lineups. They have a few more seniors.”

Kingsford triumphed in singles with No. 1 Adam Szabo, No. 3 Chris Roell and No. 4 Alek Shanks.

Szabo lost the first set in a tiebreaker but took the next two against Parker Bowman, a No. 4 doubles player last season. Flivver No. 2 singles Brady Hicks fell to Ryan Syrjala 6-0, 6-7 (7), 6-3.

“Brady played a great match,” Flivver coach said.

Weather conditions, poor for the Negaunee match, may not allow the Flivvers and Maroons to meet today.

“This is my most brutal start in 27 years of coaching,” Shanks said of the weather. “This will be a great battle with Negaunee when we get some good weather.”

Negaunee 4, Kingsford 4

SINGLES: No. 1 – Adam Szabo (K) def. Parker Bowman, 6-7 (6), 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 – Ryan Syrjala (N) def. Brady Hicks, 6-0, 6-7 (7), 6-3; No. 3 – Chris Roell (K) def. Eric Hurst, 6-3, 7-5; No. 4 – Alek Shanks (K) def. Ben Luke, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3.

DOUBLES: No. 1 – Daniel Harrington-Joe Gregory (K) def. Michael Anderson-Doug Lindblom, 6-3, 6-7 (8), 6-3; No. 2 – Stephen Trawick-Alex Roth (N) def. David McCole-Joe Hofer, 6-1, 6-0; No. 3 – Rob Loy-Anthony Moyle (N) def. Peter Fornetti-Kevin LeClaire, 7-5, 6-2; No 4 – Kolton Klein-Micah Johnson (N) def. Alex Wiitanen-Geno Bianco, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4.

Westwood 8

Norway 0

NORWAY – Number three singles Dustin Thurston highlighted Norway’s play against Westwood at Marion Park.

“The wind was very In the boys meet, Norway’s Patrick Guffey captured the discus (112-3) and shot put (37-6).

Norway competes Friday at Stephenson.

Knights girls track rosters follows (* indicates returning from last year):

SENIOR – Alexis Kallenbach (*), Michaella Siem (*), Amber Bourassa (*).

JUNIOR – Brenda Casanova (*), Nicole Glanville, Logan Devine, Sarah Bietila (*).

SOPHOMORE – Kyra Johnson (*), Andrea Grosskopf (*), Noelle Lambert (*), Andrea Rake, Katlin Vanderlin (*), Jill Nelson (*), Meghan Schultz (*).

FRESHMAN – Jordan Kraemer, Teidra Fuson, Kirsten Siem.

Gwinn triangular results:

GIRLS – 1. Westwood, 78; 2. Gwinn, 48; 3 Norway, 38

3,200-meter relay – WESTWOOD (Gabi French, Amber Gransinger, Annie Bjork, Katie Etelamaki), 11:47

100 hurdles – Caitlin Hewitt (W), 18.0

100 dash – Elizabeth Dauphinais-VanBuren (W), 13.5

800 relay – GWINN (Elaine Schuhmacher, Cassidy Anderson, Nicole Usher, Madison Forrester), 2:00.0

1,600 run – Etelamaki (W), 6:26.2

400 relay – GWINN (Chelsea Moton, Schuhmacher, Anderson, Forrester), 58.33

400 dash – Ellie Olsen (G), 1:12.0

300 low hurdles – Hewitt (W), 56.19

800 run – Bjork (W) 2:59

200 dash – Forrester (G), 29.93

3,200 run – Etelamaki (W), 13:28

1,600 relay – GWINN (Kia Evans, Usher, Olsen, Anderson), 5:01

Discus – Schuhmacher (G), 75-6

Shot put – Dauphinais-VanBuren (W), 32-6

Pole vault – Emily Carlson (W), 6-0

High jump – Alexis Kallenbach, (N), 4-4

Long jump – Dauphinais-VanBuren (W), 15-2

BOYS – 1. Westwood, 82; 2. Gwinn 54; 3. Norway, 28

3,200-meter relay – WESTWOOD (Ryan Hunt, Fred Boburka, Tanner Giroux, Skyler Dakota), 10:59

110 high hurdles – Vinnie Carlson (W), 16.86

100 dash – Ryan Anttila (W), 11.91

800 relay – GWINN (Jake Nelson, Olai Ronnestad, Jesse McGovern, Kylor Skinner), 1:38

1,600 run – Skyler Dakota (W), 5:23

400 relay – GWINN (Ronnestad, Nelson, McGovern, Skinner), 47.62

400 dash -Ringo McPherson (G), 57.25

300 intermediate hurdles – Carlson (W), 47.72

800 run – Hunt (W), 2:28

200 dash – McGovern (G), 24.94

3,200 run – Dakota (W), 12:15

1,600 relay – GWINN (Ronnestad, McGovern, McPherson, Skinner), 3:52

Discus – Patrick Guffey (N), 112-3

Pole vault – Luke Redlon (G), 10-6

Shot put – Guffey (N), 37-6

High jump – Redlon (G), 5-2

Long jump – Anttila, (W), 17-5