Fall sports conclude season with successful outcome

Emily Tayler, Reporter

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As the fall season wraps up, so do fall sports at Monroe High. Cross country, boys’ soccer, girls’ swim and dive, boys’ tennis, volleyball, and football wrap up their seasons with some amazing outcomes.

 

Swim and Dive

This season, the girls’ swim and dive team attended many away meets to which they won about 5 or 6 of them. Along with the success at away meets, the team had 2 state qualifiers.

Seniors Ally Smith and Denise Lenhard qualified for the annual state meet which will be their last meet with Monroe High.

Smith qualified in her 100 freestyle with a time of 54.47, and her 50 freestyle with a time of 24.97. Lenhard qualified in her 100 freestyle with a time of 52.88, 100 backstroke with a time of 59.75 and her 200 individual medley with a time of 2:10.89.

Altogether, at the SEC meet the team had 79 personal records. Captains for the team were seniors Ally Smith, Denise Lenhard and Phoebe Harmon. The swim team has ended this season on a great note.

 

Cross Country

For the cross country team, the members attended some very special away meets such as the Portage Invitational, Spartan Invitational, and the regional meet. The team was ranked fourth best in the region. Captains for the cross country team this year were senior Grant Prater and junior Allison Rathbun.

Along with being ranked fourth in the region, the team also had two runners attend and run at the annual state meet at MIS. Sophomore KC Thornton ran for her second time at the state meet and junior Matthew Parran ran for his third time this year.

Varsity Soccer

Junior Varsity Soccer

The JV soccer team was led by sophomore captains Drew Prater and Andrew Buchko.

The team won four games this season and played in a co-ed scrimmage game. Some players that the team thinks should be recognized for good playing this year were sophomore Drew Prater, and freshmen Luke Thomerson and Logan Tucker.

 

Varsity Football

The varsity football team played well this season with many star players. Some of those star players include seniors Carson Clark and Ryan Ernest.

The captains were seniors Ryan Ernest, Jovan Johnson Jr., Carson Clark, and Daniel Rickle; however, senior Ryan Rolland said, “Even if you weren’t claimed as a captain, we still had leaders everywhere.”

One of the team’s most exciting games was the homecoming game. The game was described as “very hype” by the team.

 

Junior Varsity Football

Following in the varsity team’s lead, the JV football team won the rival game between Bedford along with many other games during the season.

Captains for the JV team were sophomores Cody Scsavnicki, Joe Schnorberger, and Craig Latty.

A memorable moment for the team was when sophomore Maleik Linton threw a touchdown to Cody Scsavnicki to win the game with no time left on the clock at the Ypsilanti game.

Some star players this season were sophomores Maleik Linton, Jalen Johnson, and Hayes Brooks.

 

Freshmen Football

For the freshman football team, captains were freshmen Wyatt Head, Alex Rincon, Carson Goodnough, Jared Banks and Thomas Grant.

A highlight for this season was when the team won its home game against Bedford. Star players for the team were freshmen Anthony Harris and Jared Banks.

 

Girls’ Volleyball

For girls’ volleyball, captains were senior Shianna Labell and junior Lexi Leone.

Highlights for the team were making it to district finals and beating Bedford in all five games that they played.

 

Boys’ Tennis

Boys’ tennis had a rough season, but the team had a good time together and pulled through strong.

Captains for the boys’ tennis team were seniors Patrick Reed and Mitchell Moore.

 

As the season wraps up, teams are very pleased with the outcomes of their teams. We look forward to seeing how winter and spring sports compare.

 

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