Girls' Golf Finishes 3rd in CSAA Standings
Nathan Walker named Finalist for Athlete of the Year
Nathan was named one of six finalist for the Detroit Athletic Club High School Athlete of the Year
Erin Norton will run Cross Country and Track at Rochester University next year.
Coach Zeerip and Coach Thome were named MWA Regional Head and Assistant Coaches of the Year
State Final Qualifiers
Congratulations State Qualifiers Trey Myers(3rd), Eli Beaskey(3rd), Michael Romero(4th), Trey Breuker(1st), Tee Ward(1st), and RJ Thome(1st)
Congratulations Trey Breuker 150 Career Wins
Congrats Lexie and Rylee
Lexie Andree and Rylee Wright competed at the Girls' State Wrestling Championship Lexie placed 6th.
Congratulations Braiden McDonald 1000 points
Braiden McDonald scored his 1000 career point Tuesday vs Chippewa Hills
Congratulations RJ Thome - 100 Wins
RJ Thome secured his 100th career wrestling win
Congratulations Alaina Wachter
Alaina will play soccer at Great Lakes Christian College next year.
Congratulations Eli Beasley - 100 Wins
Eli secured his 100th career victory on Saturday at Orchard View.
Congratulations Drew DeBlake
Drew will be playing baseball at Glen Oaks Community College next year
State Champs Again
Boys Cross Country Repeats as State Champions
Girls Varsity Volleyball Conference Champs
Congratulations Grant Vissia
Grant Vissia signs to play soccer at Huntington University next fall.
Congratulations Payton Mansfield
Payton Mansfield will be playing football and baseball at Albion College next year
Boys Cross Country Conference, Regional, and State Champs
Congratulations - Jager Kibart 100 Career Wins
Jager Kibart earned his 100th career wrestling win.
Nathan Walker signs NLI to run at Purdue
Equestrian Team Advances to State Finals
Equestrian Team Advances to State Finals for the first time since 2005. Through the rain, cold and wind these girls pushed through and pulled off a regional championship win over Greenville by 111 points along with seven other district champion teams
Girls Cross Country Conference Champs
Cross Team Honored at the State Capital
Senator Bumstead and the State Champion Cross Country Team.
Congratulations Emily Curtis
4 Year Cross Country Runner Emily Curtis signs to Run at Grace Christian University next fall
2021 Portage Invitational 70s and humid – no wind It was a good day for the Packers on Homecoming day. The day got a little warm due to humidity, but was pretty good running conditions. The course is a double loop course, and we talked about moving up in the second loop and the girls did just that. Senior Taava Johnson led the way running a PR 20:53, moving up 17 places in the 2 nd mile, and 8 more in the 3 rd . Elise Pfeiffer (so) also PR’d today, 24:36, moving up 6 slots and 8 in the 2 nd and 3 rd miles. Shyann Callison (fr) ran 25:10 to PR by almost 3 minutes. She also moved up each mile. Rachel Maddox also ran her best time of 25:33. The girls did a great job running in a huge race, 50 teams were on the line with 306 finishers. The boys varsity turned in a great showing placing 4 th in the 50 team field and were 1 point out of 3 rd . This was an awesome learning experience for our young squad. The team also did a great job moving up throughout the race. When scored by the mile the team was in 10 th (351 pts) place at the mile, moved up to 6 th (295 pts) at the 2 mile mark, and finished in 4 th with 257 points. Conor Somers (sr) was our first finisher in 4 th place at 15:51. He moved up from 11 th at the mile. Brennon Schuler (sr) moved up big, 26 places in the 2 nd mile and 11 in the 3 rd to run 16:57. Gavin Schuler (sr) had a great 2 nd mile, moving up 17 places, but faded a little in the 3 rd mile running in 17:01. Then came the underclassmen. I have been impressed with the growth of this group. They are having ups and downs, but are learning and getting better. Cole Lowery (fr) ran a PR 17:40 moving up 26 places from the 1 st mile. John Christensen (so), moved up 39 places from the mile to run 17:57. Sean Pettis (so) ran a 15 second PR moving up 37 places to finish with a 17:59. Carter Sherman (fr) PR’d by 34 seconds (18:21) in a race that we felt he did not run that great in. I know that sounds kind of bad, but when you run a PR in a bad race, that’s a good sign. The boys JV team kept the ball rolling with Freshman Gabe Jones winning the race in 17:45 to PR by 35 seconds. Gary Springstead (jr) placed 5 th after done a great job moving up and getting across some pretty big gaps to PR in 18:19. Luke Bradley (fr) move up 37 places after the first mile to run 19:41, while Blake Taylor (fr) ran 20:24, moving up 13 places from the 1 st mile. Results can be found here - https://www.portageinvite.com/race-results ...