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7th Grade Girls Win

The 7th grade girls basketball team beat Pinconning last night with a score of 39-8.  Evelyn Rybicki and Elizabeth Ellis each led the team in scoring with 8 points a piece.  Haven Vasold added 6 points and Amanda Sanchez chipped in 4.  The girls next game is tomorrow at home vs. Carrollton.

Cook Signs To Play Volleyball At Madonna

Betsy Cook has agreed to continue playing volleyball while working on her college education.  Cook has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Madonna University, in Livonia Michigan.  Cook helped lead our volley ball team to the Divisional Championship this past season, while also setting a new school record for career assists at

JV Girls Basketball Host Standish

Freeland Girls JV hosted visiting Standish Sterling on Thursday for their first home conference game of the season. Freeland raced out to a fast start with 6 different girls scoring in the first quarter. The balanced attack continued into the second quarter with Freeland taking a 23 to 11 halftime lead. Kirsten Spegel led the

Varsity Wrestling Finishes 2nd at Hemlock Invitational

The Freeland Wrestlers traveled to Hemlock this past Saturday for the first Invitational of the Season.  The Wrestlers turned the short trip into a long day for many of their opponents securing a 2nd place finish with 5 wrestlers making their way into the Championship matches.  The Falcons fell short of tournament Champion Mt Morris but left

Argyle To Continue Basketball Career at Trine University

Kaylee Argyle has signed to continue her education and basketball career at Trine University.  Trine University is a Division III school located in Angola, Indiana, and is a member of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association.  Coach Tom Zolinski had this to say about his point guard: “Kaylee’s hard work and passion for the game of

Freshman Girls Basketball Stays Unbeaten

A strong defensive effort led the Freshman girls to a 50-13 win over Gladwin, in which 7 different players scored. In the first half, Hope Kloha had 5 steals to lead the defensive charge en route to a 23-1 halftime score. Molly Hemgesberg had a team high 8 steals to go with her 14 points.