VOLLEYBALL Pine River 3, Marion 2 MARION \u2014 The Pine River volleyball team came away with a 3-2 win against Marion (25-21,25-10,15-25,26-28,15-9) on Oct. 7. The Bucks (15-15-2, 2-2 Highland Conference) were led by Morgan Sumpter and Jenna Johnson, who each had 16 assists. Kyla Johnson had 11 kills and 7 digs while Julie Justin and Tailor Charles had 10 and 11 digs, respectively. BOYS SOCCER Burt Lake 7, Pine River 2 LEROY \u2014 The Pine River boys soccer team dropped its final home game of the regular-season, 7-2, to Burt Lake in a conference crossover Tuesday. Burt Lake was up 4-0 at halftime. Jeff Thompson scored three goals for Burt Lake while Alex Vandewacht had two and Josiah Fosmore and Sam Cope had one apiece. Jimmy Martin was goalkeeper. Burt Lake is 7-10-1. Lucas Harris and Zach Underhill scored for Pine River, which is 0-12. Pine River ended its regular season Thursday at Forest Area in a 6-0 loss. Lakeview 4, Reed City 1 LAKEVIEW\u00a0 \u2014 Lakeview handed Reed City a 4-1 setback in the final regular season game for the two soccer teams. The lone goal for Reed City was an own goal scored by Lakeview. CROSS COUNTRY Local teams at Manistee MANISTEE \u2014 Evart and Reed City\u2019s cross country teams ran at the Chris Grabowski Memorial Invitational at Manistee on Thursday. Evart was third at 70 points. Reed City did not have a full boys team. Santana Scott won for Evart with a time of 17:14.91. Josh Woods was sixth in 18:00.29, Micah Wetters was 14th in 19:29.94, Andrew Bengry was 21st in 20:11.63, Nick Niles was 33rd in 21:43.7 and Jacob Quist was 41st in 23:15.12. For Reed City, Matt McGahey was 16th in 19:56.0 and Trent Willard was 52nd in 27:13.66. Reed City girls were fifth with 116 points. Joelynn Gamble-Brown was 10th in 22:29.14 while Lindsey Greer was 23rd in 24:24.06, Emily Nardone was 32nd in 26:38.21, McKenzie Cornelius was 34th in 27:04.42 and Lindsey Kienitz was 37th in 27:16.0. Evart didn\u2019t have a full team, but was led by Clariese Clark, who was 17th in 23;05.36, Mara VanOrder 25th in 24:43.96, Brooklyn Elenbaas 35th in 27:08.68 and Arianna Mooney 41st in 28:07.19. Both teams are at Chippewa Hills on Saturday.