VOLLEYBALL

Pine River 3, Houghton Lake 2

LEROY -- Pine River played Houghton Lake in its Spikeout Cancer night against Houghton Lake on Tuesday (Oct. 22) and won in 5 sets 25-18, 23-25, 14-25, 25-17, and 15-12

Emma Whitley earned her 1,000th career kill and ended the night with 30 kills, 20 digs. Parker Moores added eight kills and 21 digs

Sophie Johnson had 49 assists and 10 digs.

"Tonight was a great night as we raised quite a bit of money for a great cause," coach Jana Denns said. "We also were able to celebrate one of our own getting her 1,000 kill. Overall, it was an amazing night all around.'

Newaygo 3, Reed City 0

REED CITY -- Reed City lost to Newaygo 25-22, 25-23, 25-19 in Central State Activities Association Gold Division play on Tuesday (Oct. 22).

Demi Lodholz had two kills, three aces and eight digs. Mady Brown had two kills, one aces and 20 digs, Katelynn Holmes had three kills and 14 digs; Maddi Morgan had 10 digs; Alison Duddles had two kills and eight assists and Rylie Olds had 10 assists and nine digs.

"We played really well and played solid defense," Reed City coach Don Patterson said. "We seemed to struggle offensively tonight."

FOOTBALL

Pine River

LEROY -- Pine River's football season ended with a 52-6 home loss to Reed City on Friday. The Bucks were 3-6.

Brian Fauble caught an 18-yard pass from Rogan Nelson for Pine River. Nelson passed for 33 yards.

Gavyn Curnett had 10 tackles and Sasha Huffman had 12 for the Bucks.

CROSS COUNTRY

MARION -- The Marion cross country teams finished up their season at Regional 30-4 in Shepherd Friday night competing well but falling short of their goal of qualifying as a team or as individuals for the Division 4 State meet at MIS in Brooklyn.

"The ladies finished in sixth position," Marion coach Jason Keeler said. "Finishing out their season and career with a season best time were seniors Alexis Salisbury and Riley Kischnick. Both have ran since sixth grade and we are incredibly proud of and thankful for their efforts, accomplishments and the impact they have had on the program.

"While the boys didn't finish a full team they did accomplish quite a feat. Three out of four boys finished the last two meets with personal best times and our third runner was only off his PR by five seconds. Congrats to Aidan Timko, Eric Williams, and Trey Davis on finishing with double PRs. We made some great progress over the course of the season and look forward to taking an even bigger jump next year."

Evart's Kincade DuBreuil and Pine River's Jayce Methner qualified for the boys state meet.