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Freshman Andrea Ruiz continues to improve to greatness. She ran 18:55 in the division 1 race, at Bath Invitational taking 4th place. She was only 4 seconds off the school record in only her 3rd High School race ever.
Maddie Meszler led the Bronchos in a close match against Swartz Creek this past week. A three-year varsity player, Maddie's leadership and experience contributed greatly to the team's success. Defensively, Maddie had 14 digs. She served tough, earning 3 aces. She also ended the game with 44 assists, which broke the school record of Assists in a Game. As a co-captian and setter, Maddie plays a central role in this year's varsity team. She is consistently challenging and encouraging her teammates to better themselves each day, while also working to make herself better both in and out of practice.
#1 Singles Ian Haubert had a big 3 set win on Thursday to help the Bronchos defeat Brandon 8-0 and extend their unbeaten streak to 105 consecutive matches.. Ian has had a great senior season at the top of the Holly lineup and looks to be seeded at next week’s Flint Metro League Tournament.
Christian Sells had a great week at 4 doubles with a win over KEARSLEY and tough 3 set match vs Grand Blanc
The Holly varsity volleyball team went 4-2 this week, defeating Kearsley and finishing 2nd in the silver bracket at the Goodrich Tournament. Victoria Karakuc contributed greatly to the team's success. A senior, and libero, Victoria finished the week with 68 digs and 2 aces. Victoria brings a high level of intensity to the Broncho varsity team and her competitive spirit keeps her teammates going during tough games situations
Taylor is our senior captain and a four year varsity player. In our only game this week (a tough loss 60-56 at Kearsley), Taylor recorded a career high of 18 points and also had 11 rebounds. She works extremely hard and does all of the little things that help our team be successful.
Payton Price is the spark plug for our team and does all the little things that make our team successful. In our two games this week (a tough loss to Hartland and a tough win vs. Fenton), Payt had two games that showed why she is so valuable to this team. She scored a combined 14 points, had 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 5 steals. In both games, she was assigned to guard the other teams best perimeter players and did a very good job limiting their production. In our win vs. Fenton, she made arguably the two plays that won the game for us. With 1:20 left in a tie game it was her pass on a back door cut to Rebecca Fugate that put us up two, then with 5.5 seconds left, it was her defensive rebound and two ensuing free throws (in a 1 and 1 situation) that sealed the victory. We are very proud of Payt and we as coaches know how valuable she is to the success of our team.
Terin threw a 180 and won her point against Linden this past Saturday.
In today's Oakland County Tournament, Zach Miller received a medal for bowling a 245 and the 10th highest game of the day out of 462 games thrown. He followed that up with a 204.
Saturday, Kaitlyn Meir bowled in the Oakland County tournament at Astro Lanes. She received a medal throwing the 6th highest game of the day of a 226. (There were approximately 405 games thrown this day)
In our match Saturday morning against first place Swartz Creek, Andrew Sorter, in is first start as a varsity bowler, threw a 223 taking his point and posting the highest score of both teams. He followed up this game with a 192 and 415 series averaging 207.
Connor Ford was the fastest male skier not only for the Holly/Oxford ski team, but for the overall race as well. He helped lead the Holly/Oxford ski team to another win against Flushing. His GS time was a 45.78 and his SL time was a 56.91
Logan was an instrumental part of Holly's performance during the Genesee County Swim+ Dive Championships last weekend. Taking Second place in the 200 Freestyle, 6th place in the 100 backstroke as well as contributing in two of holly's relays on Saturday.
Max Ford finished 1st in GS this week and 2nd in Slalom. He helped lead the Boys Holly/Oxford Ski Team to a win against the Powers Catholic Ski Team. His Slalom time was a 55.21 and he ran a very, very fast time in GS which was 44.43.
Senior Wyatt Scribner went 7-0 this week. On Saturday, Wyatt finished the day 5-0 including a win over #3 ranked Caro wrestler, and led Holly to the tournament championship. His performance impressed the other coaches and they voted him the MVP of the lower weight classes. Wyatt leads the Bronchos with a 41-3 overall record.
Danielle Sink helped the Girls Holly/Oxford Ski Team ski to another victory this week against the Powers Catholic girls. She had strong performances in both GS and Slalom this week. In GS she finished 3rd overall and 2nd on the team, finishing with a very quick combined time of 51.18. In Slalom she finished 4th overall and 3rd on the team with a time of 1:12.55.
In our match against Flushing Braden Wilson threw a game of 222 to win his point and help the team to a tie.
Eddie Sanner threw a 212 winning his point in our win against Linden this past Saturday.
Hunter Jackson scored 17 pts and had 5 rebounds to help Holly with a come from behind victory over Clio 51-48. Hunter scored 15 of those points all in the 1st half to keep Holly within striking distance.
Ashley Grugel is a Holly senior that has participated in competitive cheerleading all four years in high school. She has also been a strong competitor, ending the season competing in all three rounds for all four years. In Districts, Ashley helped lead her team to the highest score of the season in round three of 270.50, ending the season with the high score of 665.04. An achievements for Ashley this season was landing and throwing her standing back tuck for the very first time during a competition. She is the perfect roll model and a leader that ever team needs to have on her team. She always working hard, dedicated, always has inspiring and positive words to her teams. Most important, Ashley demonstration honor and respect to her coaches, school but most importantly her team.
Braden Wilson started out the day in singles for Regionals throwing games of 246 and 226 and a series of 1202 averaging 200 on the day and placing 6th out of 97 bowlers in his region.
Sami was again an instrumental part of our success this last week. In our three games (win over Lake Orion Monday, win over Oxford on Wednesday, and a loss to Clarkston Friday in the district championship), Sami was a vital part of our team both offensively and defensively. In our game Monday night, she finished with four points but she was the one sealed the victory for us at the free throw line. With 51 seconds left and a two point lead, Sami stepped to the line and made two free throws (in a 1 and 1 situation) to seal the 39-34 win over Lake Orion. On Wednesday, Sami led our team with 5 assists (from the forward position) to go along with her two points and 4 rebounds. In our final game of the week, Sami led our team in scoring with 4 points against a very physical and long Clarkston team. Words will never be able to describe the impact that Sami had on this team and our program as a four year varsity player.
Senior, captain Victoria Karakuc scored the lone goal in our game against Davison. Congratulations!
Gabrielle snagged two individual 1st place finishes against Brandon and Linden in the 100 M Dash, running 13.23 and in the 400 M Dash, running 1:05.37. She returned to help out her teammates in the 4x100 M Relay, which finished in 2nd place .3 seconds behind first. St. Andre ended the meet contributing to the 1st place 4x400 M Relay which ran 4:32.83. Congratulations!
4th singles freshmen, Lauren Lesch, had an amazing week of tennis. She started her week by going 2-0 in her first ever Flint Metro League matches against Kearsley and Clio. In Lauren’s second match vs. Clio she was able to mount a comeback victory in a extremely exciting final set that took place in wintery conditions. Lauren capped her week off with a win over Birmingham Groves at the Brighton Invite. Congratulations!
Seniors Taylor McAninch and Megan Lesperance went 2-0 this weekend with wins over division 1 state ranked Rockford and Port Huron Northern. The last victory of the night was an exciting 10 point tiebreaker that Taylor and Megan pulled out - not to mention it Megan was the birthday girl! What a way to celebrate!
DJ threw a complete game shoutout win vs league opponent Flushing. Huge win. He allowed 2 hits, 1 BB, 4 Ks. Also went 4-13 at the plate w/ a 2B, (2) Home Runs, 5 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB
Nicole Johnson led her partner, sophomore, Maika Hogarth, to 3 huge wins at the #1 doubles flight this week. In a match against the #6 ranked team in Division 2, Forest Hills Central, Nicole and Maika had 3 set points in the first set tiebreaker. Central was able to fight off the set points and take the set. Holly fought back to take the 2nd set and then the match tiebreak 10-3. Another impressive win from Nicole and Maika was their convincing straight set win over Traverse City Central, ranked #5 in Division 2. Finally, the weekend was capped off with an incredible match vs Division 1 powerhouse, Bloomfield High who is ranked #3 in the state. Nicole and Maika took a tough first set in a tiebreaker 7-6. They then found themselves down 5-0 in the second set. While many may just play for a third, Maika and Nicole rallied all the way back to push the second set to a tiebreaker. Holly took the tiebreaker and the match 7-6, 7-6 in an extremely exciting end to the day.
Aaron had a very nice week. Went 8-20 at the plate, (3) 2B, (3) RBI, 2 BB, run Was the winning pitcher over Goodrich at UM stadium, getting the win, (1) ER, Also played error free defense behind the plate while throwing out 4 base runners. (Including 3 vs Trenton on Sat)
After being out of the lineup for a few weeks from injuries and sickness, Ruby Barrett returned in a big way this week. Ruby had 3 wins on the week with her only losses to defending division 1 Co-State Champions, Midland Dow and Northville. Ruby’s biggest moment of the week was this Saturday in the Holly Invitational against state ranked Traverse City Central at 1 doubles. After dropping the first set, Ruby and her partner, Maika Hogarth, rallied back to take the 2nd set and then ultimately the match tiebreak 11-9 with an awesome deep backhand winner from Ruby on match point!