Cross country teams lead MHS fall sports to success

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Cross country teams lead MHS fall sports to success

The Varsity Football Team runs onto the field Lead by Jake Miller holding up the flag. (All photos courtesy of Jerry Rea)

The Varsity Football Team runs onto the field Lead by Jake Miller holding up the flag. (All photos courtesy of Jerry Rea)

The Varsity Football Team runs onto the field Lead by Jake Miller holding up the flag. (All photos courtesy of Jerry Rea)

The Varsity Football Team runs onto the field Lead by Jake Miller holding up the flag. (All photos courtesy of Jerry Rea)

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As we are already through a month of school all of the fall sports have gotten through over half of their seasons.

           Boys Cross Country

                 We first recognize the boys cross country team who is currently 5-1 and in 2nd place in the Lakes Valley conference. Some big wins involve beating Lakeland 20-43 (lowest score wins) as well as obliterating Waterford Kettering 15-50 and South Lyon 15-49. They have taken one tough loss to Walled lake ,who won a close one 27-29. Although as they head into the conference meet on Thursday, we stand a good chance in competing for the title.

           Girls Cross Country

Girls Cross Country is doing the same thing they do each and every year which is put up incredible numbers and continuously blow people out of the water. As of now the Girls team is rocking a 6-0 undefeated season. Some notable wins include beating Lakeland 33-23 and beating Walled lake central 50-15. The girls are looking to add another trophy to the case.

                       Football
Taking a look at the boys varsity football season doesn’t seem very intriguing but although 0-7 they have shown some really good flashes of football. With new coach Garfrey Smith taking the ropes we know that his goal is to turn our program, although it doesn’t look good we all know his goal is to make the program better for the future.

                    Girls Golf

         Up next is the Girls Golf team who can go unnoticed by the students because it is not a spectator sport. As the girls season keeps rolling they settle in at a 4-3 record with a total of 8 points and 4-0 in pre tourney. Looking to head into the tourney and destroy their competition.

                  Boys Tennis

        Now, we take a look at the Boys tennis team, who has had a decent season. Although the team is 1-5 in the conference and 1-6 overall some individual players have shined and put up outstanding performances.

Those players include Connor Meadows, Gavin Gardner, Hayden Long and Kameron MacQuarrie-Klender. As the season comes to an end, they look to finish strong.

                Volleyball

        Next, we look back at the girls volleyball season which is tumbling into the playoffs. The girls are 3-4 overall. Notable wins include sweeping all three sets against Walled lake western and sweeping all three sets against Waterford Kettering. As we move closer to districts the ladies look on to beat Lakeland after a first round bye.

            Girls Swim and Dive

       Finally, we take a look at the girls swim and dive team who are 1-1 in the two dual meets they’ve had this season.

Although the girls have only participated in the two dual meets they actually placed 3rd at the Wayne Invitational where they were able to take home a trophy. Looking ahead for the ladies they have Waterford Unified and Lakeland lined up in the next two weeks.

The Boys Cross Country team takes off and leads the pack against Walled Lake Northern.

Maddie Feltmate sets up for a serve as Kelly Brennan watches and gets ready for the set.

The Girls Cross Country team warms up together before their meet.

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