CROSS COUNTRY Evart wins boys meet WEST BRANCH \u2014 Evart\u2019s boys cross country team took first place in its division and third overall on Saturday at the Ogemaw Heights Invitational. In the overall standings, Midland was first at 37, followed by Mount Pleasant (76) and Evart (78). Santana Scott was first (16:09.05) while Josh Woods was ninth (17:31.57), Nathan Woods 14th (17:55.13), Andrew Bengry 21st (18:15.52), Alex Hamilton 35th (19:01.88), Jacob Quist 41st (19:34.22), Nick Niles 50th (20:03.13), Tanner Ryan 69th (20:47.10) and David Green 86th (22:05.23). \u201cAndrew Bengry is our fourth guy and is hitting PRs consistently and improving dramatically,\u201d Evart coach Kevin Mills said. \u201cIt will make a huge difference at state.\u201d The Evart girls didn\u2019t run. Evart runs Saturday at the Chippewa Hills Invitational. Pine River at Traverse City TRAVERSE CITY \u2014 Pine River was eighth among 13 teams at the Traverse City Invitational on Saturday. Derek Hartline was 15th (18:36.27), Mark Geer 24th (19:02.3), Ira Waters 56th (20:36.51) and Sam Pentces 75th (21:34.61). The girls didn\u2019t have a scoring team. Kelsi Charles was 24th (22:54.92). VOLLEYBALL Central Montcalm 3, Reed City 0 Ithaca 2, Reed City 0 STANTON\u00a0\u2014 Reed City faced Central Montcalm in Central State Activities Association Gold Division action Tuesday nightl, Oct. 13, and also played Ithaca in a non-league battle. Reed City lost to Central Montcalm in the best of five, 25-19, 25-7, 25-17 and fell to Ithaca in the best of three, 25-10, 20-25, 25-18. For the Coyotes, Megan Donley contributed eight kills, four aces, 19 digs; Meghan Borst had five kills, seven digs and two blocks; Hanna Price contributed 31 digs and a kill; Liza Emington totaled 16 digs and 15 assists; Jordyn Storch had nine assists and 10 digs; Sidni Rushford contributed six kills and one ace; Ally Yarger had four kills, three aces and 25 digs; and Alyssa Olds had 25 digs. \u201cWe struggled in our serving game,\u201d Reed City coach Don Patterson said. \u201cWe\u2019re gaining a little bit with our offense. But at the same time, it\u2019s coming with a few more unforced errors. We struggled in a couple of games when we didn\u2019t serve as well as we have been and committed a few more unforced errors as well.\u201d Reed City is 10-24-2 and played at Chippewa Hills on Tuesday afternoon. It was a special time for a Breast Cancer Awareness emphasis, Patterson noted. SOCCER Benzie Central 6, Reed City 1 REED CITY \u00a0\u2014 Reed City\u2019s season ended with this Division 3 district loss to Benzie Central on Monday. Quinton Kichak scored Reed City\u2019s only goal. \u201cWe played well and it was 1-0 (Benzie) at halftime,\u201d Reed City coach Cody Jacobs said. \u201cWe were in a good spot. But in the second half, they had a few more opportune spots than we did and made the most of it.\u201d Leland 13, Pine River 0 LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Pine River\u2019s season ended with this loss to Leland in Division 4 first-round action on Monday.\u00a0Brad Holmes and Steven Hilkowski took turns in goal for Pine River. Holmes stopped 12 shots while allowing 10 goals. Hilkowski stopped five while allowing three. Forest Area 5 Pine River 3\u00a0 LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Pine River lost this game Friday in overtime.\u00a0Anna Lindquist had two goals. Zac Underhill had one goal. Brad Holmes stopped 23 shots. Jenna Johnson and Caleb Bouman had 12 block\/intercepts on defense. Lakeview 6, Reed City 2 LAKEVIEW\u00a0\u2014\u00a0\u00a0Hunter Morrison and Brandon Wirth scored goals for Reed City in this Central State Activities Association game that ended the regular season on Oct. 13.