VOLLEYBAL

Lake City 3, Pine River 1

Pine River lost in the Division 3 district semifinal on Wednesday. Scores were: 25-20, 18-25, 25-13, 25-14.

For Pine River, Emma Whitley had 12 kills, 10 assists, and 14 digs; Lillian Johnson had nine kills; Madi Sparks had eight kills and 16 digs and Skye Prosch added 12 digs.

“We came in with a good game plan of serving aggressive and being all in the entire night,” Pine River coach Jana Dennis said. “I felt that we definitely served aggressive. We struggled with playing consistent. We had a great game 2 but just couldn't keep that momentum going into the next two sets. I thought the players that had to step into new roles tonight did a great job.

“Our seniors were also leaders tonight on and off the court. A loss in post season is never one that makes us happy but we built some great memories and overcame lots of obstacles in this crazy 2020 season. We are thankful that we were able to have a full and safe season.”

Lake City defeated Evart in the district earlier in the week.

HUNTING

MECOSTA — The Mecosta County Rod and Gun Club will be holding sight in days through Nov. 14. Sight in starts at 10 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. each day,

Targets and spotting are provided by the club.

The cost for non-members is $5 per firearm sighted in. Members may sight in at no charge.

Shooting glasses are available for sighting in. Ear plugs are available at a nominal price. Chili and hot dogs will be available. The club is located four miles west of Mecosta on M-20. A sign is in front of the driveway.

For more info: http://www.mecostacountyrodandgunclub.org."