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June 24, 2020 Week 5 of 10 Weeks Andy Charbonneau (9) Clay Scott (8) . . . . . . . .85.0 Tom Holmes (8) Al Doner (4). . . . . . . . .85.0 Dick Marter (12) Norm Fenick (10). . . .74.5 John Hofmann (19) Tom Christensen (8).. 72.0 Jim Martini (12) Dennis Thom (18) . . . 65.5 Carl Adler (18...
June 17, 2020 Week 4 of 10 Weeks Andy Charbonneau (10) Clay Scott (8) . . . . . . . .70.0 Tom Holmes (9) Al Doner (6). . . . . . . . .69.0 John Hofmann (18) Tom Christensen (9). 63.0 Dick Marter (13) Norm Fenick (10). . . .60.5 Jim Martini (11) Dennis Thom (19) . . . 55.5 Carl Adler (19...
Lauren Laures
Even though the MHSAA Winter Sports season came to a premature end, some season-end details are still being considered. PHS Athletic Director Kari Loll still holds out the hope that sports banquets for the winter sports may be held in early summer. One of the items usually announced at those...
	Beal City thought they’d faced the big challenge, Beaverton, in last Monday night’s MHSAA District 71 Basketball action, beating the 16-4 Beavers 51-46. Senior Logan Chilman missed the first half of the season with a broken leg, but still managed 1,000 career points. The Aggies went 3-7 before his return, but 10-1 after. And for the second round, they faced the 8-12 Pinconning Spartans. 	They brought a loud, boisterous crowd on the 15 minute drive to Farwell on Wednesday to face the Spartans, who quieted t
Beal City thought they’d faced the big challenge, Beaverton, in last Monday night’s MHSAA District 71 Basketball action, beating the 16-4 Beavers 51-46. Senior Logan Chilman missed the first half of the season with a broken leg, but still managed 1,000 career points. The Aggies went 3-7 before his...
RAYNE WILSON (#12) takes a free-throw in the Spartans MHSAA Regional loss to Glen Lake last Tuesday in Grayling.		        --Journal Photo
In most high school sports, all teams participate in the season end playoffs, which means that except for the state champion in each division, every team loses their final game. Last Tuesday evening was that loss for the Spartan Varsity Girls Basketball Team, when they traveled to Grayling to take...
Monday Night Ladies 3/9/2020 Gamblers. . . . . .. . . . 27.5 Commercial Forms . . . . 29 Titan Golf Cart . . . . . . . . 30 Silver Belles . . . . . . . . . . 29 Country Gals . . . . . . . . 19.5 Little Bit Off. . . . . . . . . . 24 Custom Engineering . . 23 Bubba’s Girls...
THE PINCONNING SPARTAN VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM, 2020 MHSAA District 71 Champions. (L-R) Front Row: Tori Shark, Lauren Laures, Grace Floyd, Katie DaFoe. Back Row: Coach Mindy Laures, Hailey Cianek, Brielle Herner, Jorja Gauthier, Raven Wieland, Rayne Wilson, Hannah Floyd, Assistant Coach Bill Laures.				           		--Journal Photo
The last time the Pinconning Varsity Girls Basketball Team won an MHSAA District Championship, the sport was played in the fall, and the oldest member of the current team was two days old. The year was 2001, Pinconning High School was a Class B, school, and the coach was Bill Laures. Fast forward...
PINCONNING WRESTLING Coach Alfonzo Thomas, 135 Pound Class Michigan Seventh Place Wrestler Tristan Dycewicz, Phil Dycewicz, State 160 Pound Qualifier Jacob Brooks, Assistace Coach Wayne Purtell.		                --Courtesy Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Wrestling Team sent two members to the MHSAA Individual Finals at Ford Field last weekend, with Senior Tristan Dycewicz going 3-2 for Seventh Place in the 135 Pound Class and Junior Jacob Brooks going 1-2. Dycewicz took his first match by a fall at 3:36 before losing by a...
BRADEN O’BRIEN (#3) tries to cut inside the Hornet defender for a shot in Thursday evening’s Senior Night Contest against Harrison. The Spartans came out on top, 69-53.				    			--Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Boys Basketball Team honored their two senior members of the team, Braden O’Brien and Blake Schumann, before they closed out their regular season last Thursday with a victory over Harrison, 69-53. They shot 65% from 2-point range and 61% from the line, avenging a 54-63 road...

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