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Addison scored a career high 29 points, including 7 three pointers, in Fenton's win over Clio. Addison's scoring outburst helped bring Fenton back from a 12 point halftime deficit.
Ethan Bowled games of 207 and 188 leading his team with a 395 series, scoring 1 point in their match vs Brandon.
Laura Albrant led the Tigers with her highest ever 220 game and a 342 series winning her point in a very close match vs Brandon.
Rachael is a senior flyer that despite her tumbling mental block rose to the occasion in practice last week and was doing certain stunts that were outside her comfort zone. She overcame any barriers put in front of her and put the team first. She took any and all corrections then applied them on Saturday when competing. She pushed herself mentally & physically and was a true factor in our first place finish for the day
Thomas has had a tremendous couple of weeks. At the Goodrich Tournament of Champions (TOC) he went 3-0 becoming Fenton's first ever TOC Champ at 152 pounds. Tommy defeated Kenny Smith (Gaylord) 10-5, Tyler Brandt (Dewitt) 11-2, and Brent Polk (Westland John Glenn) 9-2 to win the tournament. Tommy then captured his second straight Wyandotte invitational winning the 152 pound weight class. Tommy defeated Christian Cecil (Roosvelt) by fall, Connor McAnalley (Churchill) 16-0, and Nick Elliott (Utica) 15-5 to win the tournament. In six matches Tommy had 16 takedowns, 7 reversals, 5 escapes, 10 two point near falls, and 5 three point near falls. Tommy had one pin, two decisions, two majors, and one technical fall. To top that off Tommy captured his 100th win in his semi final match at Wyandotte. Tommy brought his season record to 20-1. He has nine pins, seven decisions, three majors, and a technical fall on the year.
Braden Lapa placed 4th in Slalom, and 5th in giant slalom with the respective times of 59.40 seconds and 45.33 seconds against Holly-Oxford. Braden’s efforts were enough to place him in 5th and 8th place in Slalom and GS in the divisional overall.
Fenton Linden Griffin goaltender, JJ recorded 30 saves on 34 shots in a 5-4 OT win vs United hockey. JJ did not allow a goal in the third period including multiple big saves to help spark the comeback victory. JJ has recorded 3 of the 4 victories in goal for the Griffins.
Best times in the 200/500 Free against Holly 1:58.48/5:20.45 Season high scores in all 3 rounds- Round 1: 215.4 Round 2: 198.76 Round 3: 291.2 Total: 705.36 Team placed 2nd, with 2 pts behind 1st place. This is a first for the program
Julie Celini is nominated for this weeks athlete of the week. Julie is also a 3 round athlete. Julie kept her teammates focused and was an key part of the team’s success at their first league meet. She held teammates accountable during practice on all areas of the cheer that needed to perfected as well as during warmups. During the league meet while the team was on deck, she reminded the team of specific parts to concentrate on of each round needed to insure a solid performance. Julie hit every one of her stunts/tumbling segments with ease. She leads by example and expects her other teammates to do the same.
In her 1st race as a fenton tiger freshman against Holly-Oxford, Lilah placed 2nd in slalom and giant slalom with the times of 1:09.08 and 48.51 seconds respectively. Lilah placed 4th and 5th in the Mt. Holly Divisional overall in Slalom and GS respectively
David scored 24 points, collected 12 rebounds, added 6 assists and took 3 charges for Fenton in two games last week. He is the leading rebounder and second leading scorer for the Tigers this season.
Emma placed 2nd in giant slalom with a time of 50.08 seconds. Overall in the Mt. Holly Division, Emma was 5th in both slalom and giant slalom.
Aly scored 11 points and had 3 steals in just 11 minutes of play in a 59-25 win at Brandon. She scored 23 points, had 5 rebounds, and 3 steals in a 60-42 win over Swartz Creek on Friday. She averaged 17 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 3 steals for the week.
Maddi Dotson is a 3 round senior athlete. She has also been on Varsity since she was a freshman & is a very strong/versatile main base. You can find Maddi in the front middle of round 1 & 2. She can rotate to any stunting position as needed seamlessly. She pushes herself every time she steps on the mat at practice & at a competition.
Trent scored 19 points in two games for Fenton. The sophomore point guard added 11 assists and 4 steals.
Rachel Smith placed 3rd in slalom against Powers with a time of 1:15.80, to help the Fenton girls win 10-30. Rachel then placed 1st in giant slalom the next night against Powers with a time of 49.77 seconds, and placed 2nd overall in the Mt. Holly Division. Rachel helped the lady Tigers win in giant slalom 11 to 31, and finish with an overall victory of 21 to 61.
Parker Bundy placed 1st against Powers in giant slalom with a time of 46.20, and was 4th overall in the Mt. Holly division.
Annie Koester helped the Fenton girls place second overall in the divisional championships and advance as a team to the SEMSL championships. Annie placed 13th in slalom with a time of 1:07.20, and 10th in giant slalom with a time of 51.42 seconds.
3rd Overall in the Flint Metro League 1st at Tiger Invitational Grand Champion of all Varsity Divisions Reagan Wilson is a junior base & due to a teammates injury at the previous Saturday competition, had to relearn all brand new spots in each round in 2 days for the Flint Metro League Championship on 2-7-18. Reagan took on the role and helped lead the team to their overall program high Rd 1 score of 222.7 & high Rd 3 score of 310.3. This ranked the team in the top 15 in the state in D2 for highest round 3 score. Also a program overall high score of 731.62.