CROSS COUNTRY Evart Evart ran at Roscommon on Oct. 6 against Manton and the host school. For the boys, Roscommon was first (29), Manton second (35) and Evart third (74). For Evart, Kinkade Dubreuil was fourth (18:16.88), Arthur Aube 18th (22:11.15), Angelus Hoffman 20th (22:18.25) and Jeffery Junker 21st (22:28.28) Girls scores were Roscommon 22, Manton 38 and Evart 71. Sophia Scott was seventh (23:49.66), Brianna Cass 13th (25:20.22), Rilee Clark 14th (25:22.28), Emma Hubbard 18th (27:25.08) and Kyleigh Burhans 19th (28:20.5) for Evart. Pine River Pine River hosted Houghton Lake and NMC in a league meet in Tuesday. Pine River boys beat NMC 16-47. Houghton Lake did not have a full team. The Bucks took the top four spots with Jayce Methner 18:22.55), Philip Rigling (18:50.44), Logan Churchill (19:01.44) and Landyn Cool (19:24.44). Pine River had the only full girls team and had the top two finishers with Elizabeth Rigling (23:35.65) and Hailey Wanstead (23:52.11). VOLLEYBALL Pine River 1-1 LEROY -- Pine River hosted to Clare and Kalkaska on Monday and went 1-1. Pine River lost to Clare 25-16, 25-18 and beat Kalkaska 28-26,18-25,16-14. "We are continuing to grow as a team," Pine River Jana Dennis said. "These are the times where we need to keep building our mental toughness. This team is in every game. Our resilience continues to grow. We just keep reminding ourselves that it\u2019s not about the wins and losses. Those will happen but it\u2019s about the little moments. We work for those moments." Evart volleyball EVART \u2013 Evart\u2019s volleyball team played at Beal City on Tuesday and will be at home against Pine River on Thursday. Evart is on a two-game win streak. It won at Chippewa Hills on Oct. 2 and against Mc Bain Northern Michigan Christian on Oct. 6 for a 3-2 Highland Conference match. \u201cWe won our first conference match so that was great,\u201d Evart coach Amanda Brown said. Evart won games 1, 4 and 5. \u201cThey were good matches,\u201d Brown said. \u201cThey were fun to watch.\u201d Kara Henry led in blocks and had eight kills. Addy Gray had four aces and served 27 points and had seven kills, plus 20 digs. Deanna Conklin had 16 assists. Skylor Baumgardner had 12 assists, plus nine kills, three aces and a block. \u201cIt was a good night of volleyball,\u201d Brown said. \u201cThey worked hard and didn\u2019t give up.\u201d Central Montcalm 3, Reed City 0 REED CITY \u2013 The Coyotes lost at home 27-25, 25-23, 25-17 in Central State Activities Gold action on Tuesday. For Reed City, Demi Lodholtz had six kills, two aces and eight digs; Kyleigh Weck had two kills, five blocks and two digs; MaKena Hill had one kill, two blocks and three digs; Madison Stellini had nine assists and four digs; Katelynn Holmes had nine kills and 17 digs; Madison Pollaski had two digs; Christina Malackanich had four kills, two aces, two blocks and five digs; Rylie Olds had 12 assists and seven digs; Riley Shaffer had 13 digs, Elizabeth Cockrell 15 digs and one ace; Raquel DuBreuil 12 digs and Heather VanSyckle had four digs, one kill and one ace. McBain 3, Pine River 0 LEROY -- Pine River hosted McBain on Tuesday (Oct. 6)and lost 25-15, 27-25, 25-23. \u201cWe were in every one of the games tonight but we struggled with finishing,\u201d Bucks coach Jana Dennis said. \u201cRight now we are inconsistent in our communication and that\u2019s causing indecisiveness on the court. Focusing on more consistent communication is vital.\u201d SOCCER Lakeview 9, Reed City 1 Reed City was mercied with 10:16 to go in the second half in Thursdays CSAA second-round match. \u201cParker Benedict started the scoring eight minutes in and Lakeview turned it on scoring the next nine,\u201d Reed City coach Chris Maddox said. \u201cJordon Lofquist had 18 saves in the net.\u201d Grant 6, Reed City 4 Parker Benedict and Aiden Mieras each scored two, with Aiden Mieras and Ayden Eccles each registering an assist in Reed City\u2019s home loss on Saturday in a CSAA tournament game. Jordon Lofquist recorded 12 saves. Benedict added one of his goals with a penalty kick late in game. \u201cOverall we played a little flat today,\u201d Reed City coach Chris Maddox said. \u201cDown 4-1 at half, we just couldn\u2019t overcome our mistakes. Ayden Eccles stepped up and played huge minutes for us today in the mid. He was a good burst for us today.\u201d Reed City is at home on Wednesday vs. Hart at 5:30 p.m. for the opening round of districts.