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Oscoda 36 : Tawas 26
Jacob Malak led the team in tackles with 9 and in rushing yards with 181 and 1 TD.
David Alexander added 152 yds and 3 TD's.
Antonio Raona had 8 tackles and a sack on defense.
Hunter Huckabey ended the game with an interception with less than 2 minutes to go.
Volley for a Cure For those of you who don't know....our Volleyball teams do an AWESOME THING each year. They do a "Volley for a Cure" game. It is coming up on 10/21/15 and soon the girls will begin soliciting for the funds for this. If you read the attached letter, I'm pretty sure you will be very impressed with what they have done for the last 6 years! I know that each of us has probably known someone who has had or may have lost the battle to that awful "C" word. This year the night is being dedicated to Diane Pippin...mother of Coach Laura Franklin, who lost her battle with Breast Cancer just within the last year. I know that in the last several years the teams have raised well over $25,000 as in just the last TWO years the total was over $15,000. It is AMAZING what kids can do when they put their minds to it. If you can do nothing but come to the game to witness this night...please do so! I promise you that your heart will be so warmed by everything that goes on that night! The 2 schools (this year with Hale) work together to make this happen...it is AMAZING!
Oscoda swam ISC powerhouse John Glenn Tuesday and came out on the losing end. The Bobcats scored 128 to the Owls 54. Brewer, Gombos, Mioduch and St. John took 3rd in the Medley Relay. Jessica Mioduch and Amber Brewer combined for a 2-5 finish in the 200 free and Sam Rush and Casey McGuire finished 4-5 in the IM. Allison Gream secured one of two Owl wins on the night with Savana Eller taking 4th in the 50 free. Mary St.John took 3rd in diving and Grace Gombos, Casey McGuire and Amber Brewer finished 3-4-5 in the 100 fly. Jessica Mioduch and Mary St. John finished 2-5 in the 100 free. In the 500 Allison Gream finished 3rd. The Owls finished 2nd in the 200 free relay behind Rush, Eller, McGuire, and Gream. Samantha Rush and Grace Gombos took 2-4 in the 100 back and Savana Eller secured the 2nd Owl win of the evening in the 100 Breast with Courtney Helinski taking 5th. Rush, Eller, Gombos and Gream finished the night with a 3rd place finish in the 400 free relay. The Owls travel to Caro Tueday to resume league action.
Oscoda swimmers fell to 2-2 on the season, as they fell to Gaylord 95-83. The Owls were down early when the medley relay when team of Allan, Eller, Mioduch, and St. John got touched out taking a 3rd place. The Owls came flying back behind the effort of Casey McGuire and Jessica Mioduch who took 1st and 2nd in the 200 yard freestyle. Oscoda’s swimmer Samantha Rush took 1st and Savana Eller took 3rd in the 200 yard individual medley. In the 50 yard freestyleAllison Gream took 2nd and Andrea Rich took 5th. The divers Mary St. John and Gabby Allan took 2nd and 4th. In the 100 yard butterfly, Allison Gream and Grace Gombos took 1st and 2nd. In the 100 yard freestyle Samantha Rush and Amber Brewer took 2nd and 5th. Casey McGuire and Jessica Mioduch took 1st and 2nd in the 500 yard freestyle. In the 200 yard freestyle relay the team of Rush, Gombos, McGuire, and Gream took 1st while the team of Eller, Mioduch, St. John, and Helinski took 4th. In the 100 yard backstroke, Grace Gombos took 2nd while Mary St. John finished 5th. In the 100 yard breaststroke Savana Eller, Andrea Rich, and Courtney Helinski took 2nd, 4th, and 5th. Oscoda concluded the meet with Rush, McGuire, Gombos, and Gream placed first in the 400 yard freestyle relay and the team of Allan, Brewer, Rich, and Helinski took 5th. “This is the 4th time we have seen Gaylord this season and we keep edging closer and closer to them” said Coach Rush. “We swam some really nice times tonight and the girls are really learning how to race.” The Owls continue their tough early season schedule as they host John Glenn next Tuesday.
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Although the weather was delightful in Alpena on Saturday and perfect for the Huron Shores Soccer Challenge, the Oscoda Owls struggled throughout the day and came up short, The Owls finished dead last with a 0-2-1 record for the tournament.
The opening match was against Tawas and the Owls managed just one goal and lost to their old foes, 6-1. Oscoda next faced a scrappy Sault Area team that they beat a week ago at the Oscoda Invitational. Although the Owls held the lead by two goals twice in the match, the game ended up in a 5-5 tie. In the final match the Owls played Clare for 5th place. It was a good game with the ball moving up and down the field and some fine goalkeeping skills by both keepers. Clare won 2-1 with a late goal.
Henry Post, Kyle Charters and Austin Poland each scored twice in the tournament. All midfielders, the only forward to find the net was Eduardo Silva with one goal. Charters also added two assists. Silva and Dennis Fay also were credited with assists.
Leading the defense was goalkeeper, Chris Filipiak, with 35 saves. Captain Brandyn Riddle posted 11 steals, 14 intercepts and 4 non-keeper saves. Fay made 16 intercepts, 8 steals and 2 non-keepers. Johnathan Febish and Charters each made 7 steals. Poland posted 9 intercepts. Jake King and Post each made 2 non-keeper saves.
Oscoda's record now stands at 8-6-2 overall and 4-1 in North Star play. This week the Owls host Grayling on Tuesday at 5:00 pm. Tawas visits at 7:00 pm Thursday and AuGre-Sims at 10:00 am Saturday.
The Oscoda Owls soccer team let a golden opportunity slip threw their fingers on Wednesday night at Alcona. With a victory the Owls would have all but sealed up the North Star Leagues soccer championship this season. But the Owls came with a lackluster performance and by the time they found their passion they also found themselves down 6-1 and little time to recover. "I just don't understand how they come out flat with so much on the line", said Coach Gary Schneider.
Alcona's Jordan Steiner put the Tigers ahead in the third minute when he danced through the Owl defense and found the net. The Owls answered back ten minutes later when Cody Griffin set up Henry Post for the score. Then the Owl defense fell apart. First Steiner worked his magic again and scored in the 17th minute. Steiner then set up Piet Both who scored in the 22nd minute. The Owl defense then booted in an Own Goal on an errant clear in the 28th minute. Steiner went on another run and booted his third of the half in the 35th minute. Steiner netted his 4th of the match in the second minute of the second half to help the Tigers to a 6-1 lead. The Owls finally got back on the board in the 60th minute when a shot by Eduardo Silva deflected off a Tiger defender and found the net. This woke up the Oscoda offense and they began moving the ball and playing with some urgency. Post scored his second of the match in the 63rd minute when he converted a penalty kick. Post scored again in the 76th minute to draw the Owls closer but that was as close as they got. Clyde Whitney earned an assist on the last goal.
The Owls return to action on Saturday at the Huron Shores Tournament in Alpena. Oscoda opens the tournament against Tawas at 11:00 am and then faces the Sault Area at 12:30 pm. The results of those to matches will determine who they face in their third match.
Monday night the Oscoda Owls soccer squad traveled down US23 to Standish-Sterling High School to meet the Panthers. The match was hard fought but the Owls prevailed and returned with a 3-2 victory. Oscoda raises their season record to 8-3-1. Wednesday night the Owls travel to Alcona and returns to North Star League action with their 4-0 record.
The Owls struck first on Monday when Henry Post scored at the 10:48 mark. Johnathan Febish earned the assist on the goal. Standish tied the game up in the 22nd minute and Oscoda regained the lead 5 minutes later when leading scorer, Wyatt Livvix found the netting. Shawn Merrick was credited with the assist. The score remained 2-1 until the second half when the Panthers tied the match by scoring on a Penalty Kick in the 49th minute. Oscoda took back the lead at 69:05 when Clyde Whitney passed to Austin Poland who blasted a kick into the net. Oscoda outshot the Panthers, 13-7.
Oscoda's defense was led by Dennis Fay with 14 intercepts and 1 non-keeper save. Febish had 7 intercepts and Jake King posted 6. Kyle Charters made 5 steals and Post had 4. Goalkeeper Chris Filipiak made 4 saves and had 2 steals.
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