REED CITY SPORTSMAN CLUB WEEK 5 TRAP SHOOTING Jack Adrianse III 24,\u00a0Dan Sorden 24,\u00a0Bill Yost 24,\u00a0Kathy Yost 24,\u00a0Chris Lockhart 24 Mark Curtiss 23,\u00a0Brian Erickson 23,\u00a0Paul Hittle 23,\u00a0Ken Polaski, Jr. 22,\u00a0Randy Rice 22 WEEK 5 SKEET\u00a0 Troy VanSycle 25,\u00a0Brian Erickson 24,\u00a0Ken Polaski, Jr. 23,\u00a0Jack Adrianse III 22,\u00a0Mike Adrianse 22,\u00a0Matt Sorden 22,\u00a0Howie Lodholtz 22. COLLEGE MEN\u2019S BASKETBALL HOLMQUIST SHINES KALAMAZOO\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Trine\u2019s men\u2019s basketball team enjoyed a 84-68 victory over Kalamazoo in MIAA-action Saturday afternoon at Anderson Athletic Center. The Thunder shot 65.2 percent from the field. The effort was the second-best shooting percentage by a Trine team since the school went to Division III. Leading the way for the Thunder was former Reed City standout Jared Holmquist. who scored a career-high 25 points on 9-of-10 shooting. Holmquist averaged 22.5 points on 76 percent shooting in two games last week. Trine is 13-8 overall and moved into third-place in the MIAA with a 6-4 league record. GIRLS BASKETBALL PINE RIVER 58, McBAIN NMC 43 McBAIN \u2014 The Pine River girls basketball team earned a 58-43 victory over McBain Northern Michigan Christian Tuesday, Feb. 4. The Bucks (10-3, 7-2 Highland) were led by Kassy Nelson, who scored 16 points while also hauling in 10 rebounds and blocking four shots. Julie Justin had 16 points, six assists and four steals and Michelle Kelsey recorded 11 points and four assists for Pine River. WRESTLING PINE RIVER 56, MANTON 18 LEROY \u2014 Pine River improved to 25-2 with a 56-18 victory over Manton in the Division 4 district finals Thursday night. Manton beat Forest Area 48-23 in the semifinal round. Pine River had a bye. Winners for the Bucks were Nate Park at 103, Jordan Stone at 112, Tony Moore at 119, Robert Ragatzki at 125, Elliott VanDreumel at 130, Darwin Dean at 135, Kyle Nixon at 145, Jeff Gross at 160, Tyler McCurry 189, Dominic Garcia 215 and Cody Morrison at heavyweight. The Bucks are home next Wednesday in the team regionals, which are at 6 p.m. The first-round opponent will be Hesperia. \u201cWe know we\u2019re right in the hunt,\u201d said Bucks coach Tim Jones. \u201cAll your swing matches, you have to win those. I think we might be a little underestimated. If we go with a little bit of energy in the gym, I think we\u2019re right there. \u201cThe kids are positive about it. We\u2019re looking to get in there and get a regional win.\u201d Pine River qualifiers HESPERIA \u2014 Pine River will be sending 11 wrestlers to the Division 4 individual regionals this Saturday at Rogers City. The Bucks qualified that many by placing in the top four at individual districts Saturday at Hesperia. Tony Moore was first at 112 and Kyle Nixon first at 145 to lead the Bucks\u2019 attack. Adam Langworthy at 171 and Jordan Stone at 112 took seconds. Robert Ragatzki at 119, Elliott VanDreumel at 125, Jeff Gross at 160 Tyler McCurry at 189 and Dominic Garcia at 215 were third. Nathan Park at 103 and Chase Morrison at 215 were fourth.