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Garrett Van Gilder (senior) & Garrett Reid (sophomore)
2nd Place, Traverse City Central invite.
Maddie Meszler (senior) – Volleyball
Set new school record for Aces in a Career.
Christian Sells and Jack Terry – Tennis
Played competitively in the very tough Ann Arbor Pioneer tournament.
Leyton Reister - Tennis
Earned big conference wins over Clio and Flushing.
Lauren Lesch (sophomore) – Volleyball
Contributed significantly to the Broncho's two Flint Metro League wins this week. Her totals for the week (except for two games, where stats are not finished yet) were 7 aces, 2 kills, 11 assists, and 42 digs.
Andrea - Cross Country
8th place with a time of 18:38, at the Jackson Invite.
Trey Ridgway and Brendan Kreft - Tennis, 4 Doubles
Won their flight at the Holly Invitational, including big wins over Division 1 Grand Blanc and Rochester Adams.
Wyatt Caldwell – Tennis, 3 Singles
Upset number 2 seeded Flushing 6-3, 6-0 in the semifinals and helped his team qualify for the state finals and earn 2nd place overall with his runner-up finish at 3 singles.
Matthew Moller (with Jack Terry, not pictured) – Tennis, Doubles
Upset the #2 seed Fenton, beating Fenton 6-1, 6-2.
Cade Dallwitz – Football
Senior Captain Cade had 190 yards rushing of 15 attempts along with 2 TDs (runs of 70 and 34). He added 8 tackles in his defensive effort for the Bronchos.
Logan - Football
Six receptions for 82 yards and one touchdown.
Cameron McAninch and Jack Ford – Tennis, 3 Doubles
Had a great State Finals, making it to the second round before eventually falling to the fourth seeded, U of D Jesuit.
Andrew DeHart – Football
Selected to the FML honorable mention team under the defensive end position.
Jose – Cross Country
Ran a 31 second PR on Tuesday at the Post a Pr Invitational and won the Invite.
Jose ran 16:35 for the 5k.
Gavin – Basketball
Averaged 10.5 points per game and 6.5 rebounds per game this week.
Jake Warner (Senior) – Bowling
Helped lead the Bronchos to their second victory of the season with games of 200 and 178 against the Linden Eagles and winning both of his points.
Rebecca Fugate – Basketball
4th player in Holly Girls Basketball history to score over 1,000 points.
Ben Gramer – Basketball
Scored 20 points, including five three-pointers (5 of 8). Ben also contributed six rebounds, two steals, and a charge.
Justin Mallory (Sophomore) – Bowling
Rolled games of 220 and 176 winning both of his points and helping to lead the team our first victory of the season.
Blake Querio (Senior) – Wrestling
Blake went 5-0 with 3 pins, including a 3-1 victory over the #1 ranked wrestler from Warren Woods Tower. Blake also defeated the #6 D1 ranked heavyweight from Caledonia.
Won his 3rd Oakland County championship on December 22, when he went 6-0 with 5 pins. He also recorded his 150 th career win in the finals.
Savanna Moriarty (Senior) – Bowling
Threw games of 145 and 215 to win Holly's only point against Swartz Creek this past Saturday at Holly Lanes.
Braden Wilson – Bowling
In the match at Holly Lanes against Flushing, threw a 218 winning his point.
Kaitlyn – Competitive Cheer (Captain)
Lead her team to come out on top with 1st place this past weekend at Oak Park.
Jacob – Wrestling
Went 7-0 with 7 pins this week to help Holly go 7-0 for the week, and in the process win the Plymouth team tournament. He is 32-1 for the season.
Chloe Bowren – Bowling
Threw games of 145, 152 and 147 for a 444 series at the Oakland County tournament on Sunday at Cherry Hill Lanes North.
Dylan – Basketball
Dylan tallied 18 points, 12 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 3 steals which helped lead the team to a 62-36 victory.
Hunter – Basketball
Hunter scored 17 points against Schwarz Creek.
Emilio – Swim
Took first place in the 100 freestyle against Avondale, as well as 1st place in the 500 with a Personal best time against Kearlsy on Thursday and 1st place in the 400 free relay.
Andrew Sorter – Bowling
Threw a 177 game winning his point to help lead our team to victory over Fenton.
Laken Pointer – Bowling
Threw a high game of 160 and won her point against Fenton.
Connor Ford -Skiing
Competed in the MHSAA Skiing State Finals for the Giant Slalom event. Among some very fast skiers, Connor was able to ski into the 11th Position and secure his spot as 2nd team All State!
Nate (Junior) – Wrestling
Placed 2nd at the Wrestling State Finals.
Taylor Barrett – Tennis, 1st singles
Beat Rockford and Clarkston in straight sets.
Jacob Bush (Sophomore) - Lacrosse
With a tie breaking win over Goodrich, Jacob was the team’s leading scorer in the tournament with 6 goals and 2 assists.
Ruby Barrett and April Tetlow – Tennis, 2 Doubles
Defeated state-ranked Mattawan and played extremely competitive matches against top teams in the state, Bloomfield Hills Marian and Bloomfield High School.
Nolan – Baseball
Nolan got two wins on the mound this past week, versus Goodrich and Byron.
This Varsity goalkeeper had outstanding saves against Fenton and shut down Fenton from scoring to win.
Megan McReynolds and Makayla Bilbia – Tennis, 1 Doubles
This week the duo went 3-1 with their only loss coming to defending division 1 state champion, Northville.
Lauren Lesch and Paige Weeder – Tennis, 4 Doubles
The pair were regional champions at the 4 doubles flight on Thursday.
Calli – Tennis, 3 Singles
Calli reached the semifinals of the State Tournament.
Makenzi Sells – Tennis, 2 Singles
Won the FML tournament at 2 singles.
Andrea was 2nd place at the first FML Jamboree and then took 10th place, in a time of 19:09, at the Bath Invitational, which featured many of the state's best runners.
The Bronchos finished strong this week with a 3-0 win against Linden and went undefeated in the Mt. Morris tournament to bring home the championship, beating a talented Brighton team twice in the same day. Paige Weeder played 6-rotations for the Bronchos in every match and was instrumental in their success. Against Linden, Paige finished with 2 aces, 9 kills, 8 digs, and passed a 1.73 on serve receive. Tournament stats are still being compiled, but in the first two matches (out of six), Paige had 4 aces, 16 kills on 28 attempts (hitting at .429), and 15 digs. Paige's leadership and drive to win pushed her team through a long day and into a championship win.
Logan Dzendzel led a tough defensive attack against a very strong Division 1 Fraser team. Dzendzel had 3 sacks, 4 tackles for loss with a total of 8 tackles on the night. Logan lead the defense which only allowed 3 points and and a total of 101 yards of offense on the night. Dzendzel help put the game away when he recorded 2 sacks and a tackle for loss on Fraser final drive, topping any chance for a comeback. His continuous pressure and presence in the opponents backfield kept them off balance and help hold Fraser to 58 yards rushing.
1 doubles team of senior Jack Ford and freshman Adam Booher played a great match on Tuesday by mounting a come from behind victory vs. Corunna. After dropping the 1st set 6-3, Jack and Adam bounce back 6-1 in the second set and took the third set 6-3. This effort helped the team take their first Flint Metro League match of the year 8-0.
Sarah Jewell put her team first this weekend. Normally a front-row player, Sarah played libero for the Bronchos at the Lake Orion tournament on Saturday and played in the back row the entire day. In four matches, Sarah served at 93% with 2 aces, passed a 2.13 on serve receive, had 10 assists, and 33 digs. (Her numbers are even higher, as final stats for the weekend won't be completed until Monday). She was instrumental in the Bronchos splitting with Oxford and taking a talented Brighton team to 23-25. Sarah left everything on the court this weekend and was an enormous support to her team on defense.
Cameron McAninch and Quintin Monty played great this weekend at Clarkston Invitational with a big win at #1 doubles over Walled Lake Central.
Nick Rees is our 4-year varsity, senior captain. Following a tough summer recovering from an ankle injury, Nick was excited about his senior season. The first game of the year, on Monday, August 19 against Waterford Mott, Nick again suffered an light ankle injury that took him out for the night after 4 minutes of play. His composure despite the circumstances was remarkable and he kept the team in upbeat spirits the rest of the night. Fearing the worst, I was excited to find out that he was cleared by the trainer the next day and ready for game 2 on Wednesday, August 21 against Carman-Ainsworth. He played extremly well the first half of the game and provided many oportunities for the team. His hard work paid off as the second half was about half over and he converted a strong throw in from deep in the C-A end with a highlight reel diving header to the side of the box. The team was electric at that point. Not 10 minutes later, Nick struck again with a great shot off a rebound that had landed about 6 yards from the goal. Holly finished out the game with a win and look forward to the remainder of the season.
Brad led the running Bronchos to a 12th place finish in the Holly invite on Saturday. Brad ran 17:46 and finished 27th overall out of 175 runners