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Tigers News · All Teams Schedule: Week of November 20 – November 26


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Fenton High School, November 20 – November 26

MONDAY

November 20, 2017

4:15 PM Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Grand Blanc East Middle School
SCHEDULE
4:15 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Grand Blanc East Middle School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Hockey
@ Bay Area Thunder Hockey
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

November 21, 2017

4:15 PM Boys Middle School Wrestling
Brandon Middle School and 1 others
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

November 22, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

November 23, 2017

No events happening

FRIDAY

November 24, 2017

No events happening

SATURDAY

November 25, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

November 26, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Boys Varsity Hockey · Fenton High School Boys Varsity Hockey falls to Fowlerville High School 8-2


Friday, November 17, 2017

12:00 AM

Fenton High School
AWAY
2

Fowlerville High School
HOME
8

Game Recap

Paxton Cowan scored his first of the season for the Griffins with 6:25 remaining in the first period to give the Griffins a 1-0 lead. But much like game one of the season the second period proved to be a difference maker for the Griffins. Jake Thompson scored a power play goal early in the third period but the Griffins could never make up the deficit. JJ Lainesse and Loren Jones shared time in goal for the Griffins.

Box Scores

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2
3
Fenton
1

1

Fowlerville
1

3

4


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Tigers News · Event Recap: Week of November 11 – November 17


Saturday, Nov 11th

Boys Middle School Wrestling
Holly Invitational
N/A

Sunday, Nov 12th

No event results

Monday, Nov 13th

Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
@ George R. Carter Middle School
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
@ George R. Carter Middle School
N/A

Tuesday, Nov 14th

No event results

Wednesday, Nov 15th

Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Grand Blanc West Middle School
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Grand Blanc West Middle School
N/A
Boys Varsity Hockey
vs. Skyline High School
L 2 – 10 SUMMARY

Thursday, Nov 16th

Boys Middle School Wrestling
Owosso Middle School and 1 others
N/A

Friday, Nov 17th

Boys Varsity Hockey
@ Fowlerville High School
N/A

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Boys Varsity Hockey · Fenton High School Boys Varsity Hockey falls to Skyline High School 10-2


Wednesday, November 15, 2017

5:30 PM

Skyline High School
AWAY
10

Fenton High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

Fenton-Linden Griffins lost the first game of the season 10-2 against Ann Arbor Skyline. The Griffins started the game with an early goal by Josh Appleberg to take a 1-0 lead. But the Griffins would not score again until Appleberg tallied his second goal of the night with 6:54 remaining in the 3rd Period. JJ Lainesse played steller in goal for the Griffins despite the score making 43 saves.

Box Scores

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2
3
Skyline
1

4

5

Fenton
1

1


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Tigers News · All Teams Schedule: Week of November 13 – November 19


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Fenton High School, November 13 – November 19

MONDAY

November 13, 2017

4:15 PM Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
@ George R. Carter Middle School
SCHEDULE
4:15 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
@ George R. Carter Middle School
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

November 14, 2017

No events happening

WEDNESDAY

November 15, 2017

4:15 PM Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
vs. Grand Blanc West Middle School
SCHEDULE
4:15 PM Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
vs. Grand Blanc West Middle School
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Boys Varsity Hockey
vs. Skyline High School
SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

November 16, 2017

4:15 PM Boys Middle School Wrestling
Owosso Middle School and 1 others
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

November 17, 2017

TBA Boys Varsity Hockey
@ Fowlerville High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

November 18, 2017

No events happening

SUNDAY

November 19, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Tigers News · Event Recap: Week of November 4 – November 10


Saturday, Nov 4th

Boys Varsity Cross Country
MHSAA State Finals
N/A
Girls Varsity Cross Country
MHSAA State Finals
N/A

Sunday, Nov 5th

No event results

Monday, Nov 6th

No event results

Tuesday, Nov 7th

Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Davison High School
W 2 – 3 SUMMARY

Wednesday, Nov 8th

Girls 7th Grade Volleyball
@ Carman-Ainsworth Middle School – Flint
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Volleyball
@ Carman-Ainsworth Middle School – Flint
N/A

Thursday, Nov 9th

Boys Middle School Wrestling
Davison Middle School and Grand Blanc West
N/A
Girls Varsity Swimming
MHSAA Diving Regional
N/A
Girls Varsity Volleyball
@ Midland High School
L 3 – 1 SUMMARY

Friday, Nov 10th

No event results

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Multiple Teams · Fenton High School Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to Midland High School 3-1


Thursday, November 9, 2017

7:00 PM

Fenton High School
AWAY
1

Midland High School
HOME
3

Game Recap

Regional finals

Box Scores

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3
4
5
Fenton
16

25

18

23

Midland
25

18

25

25


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Boys Middle School Cross Country, Boys Varsity Cross Country · Boys Varsity XC is 19th in the State


The Fenton Boys Varsity Cross Country team ran like it had nothing to lose on Saturday at the Division 1 MHSAA Cross Country Finals at Michigan International Speedway, easily the deepest high school cross country race in the state. Seeded 25th coming in, and as the 26th largest school in the field, the Tiger Harriers punched above their weight, ultimately claiming 19th place in the state, their second-highest D1 finish in their school history.

The FXC boys had more than just other state-qualifying teams to contend with – their particular race saw an unprecedented three lightning-weather delays postpone the start of their race, originally slated for a 3:30 start. When the gun finally went off at 4:55, the team could have been forgiven for having lost focus or letting the continual cycle of warming up and sitting back down affect their race negatively. Instead, the Fenton team saw an impressive 3 PRs, and all 7 runners outperforming their seedings to break into the top 20 of the team results.

The Fenton squad was led by Sophomore Adam Jesse, as they had been all season long. Jesse ran a conservative first mile before turning on the jets to move up over 150 spots to ultimately finish 49th in the deepest field of the 2017 Michigan high school cross country season. His time of 16:14.9 was a startling 9 second PR in extraordinarily muddy and soft conditions at MIS, on a day where most runners trailed their personal bests by substantial margins.

Jesse was followed into the chute by Senior Sam Deardorff, who finished 99th in 16:34.9. Another Tiger PR in decidedly non-pr conditions, Deardorff ran a typically smart race, running an aggressive 2nd mile to move up within striking distance of the top 100 before securing his final spot using a strong kick in the famous last .1 of the long, nearly 1200 M long, grassy MIS infield. Deardorff’s final spot outdistanced his incoming seed by a whopping 57 spots, as he was ranked 156th of all competitors’ season bests coming in.

Another Senior leader, Mitch Chabot, was the 3rd Tiger harrier over the line at MIS. Chabot, seeded 163rd coming in, finished only 5 seconds off his personal best to claim 139th place in the field, running nearly even splits en route to his notable state-meet performance.

Junior Nolan Day also ran a strong race, picking up several runners with his trademark kick to finish as the Tigers’ 4th runner, and 4th under 17:00, as the 159th place in 16:58.6 It marked only the 3rd time in Fenton’s history they have had a 4th runner break the 17 barrier at the state meet, in any division. Day outperformed his seed by 10 spots, as his season record ranked him 169 of the incoming runners.

Day was followed by 3 Tigers harriers in quick succession, as has been their trademark all-season long. First across the line was Sophomore Logan Canada’s first time as a Fenton scoring runner, taking 173rd in a PR time of 17:05.6, outperforming his seed of 218th by a staggering 45 spots. He was followed closely by Senior Peter Kennings, himself only 4 seconds off his PR in 17:08.2, taking the 177th spot in the D1 proceedings, a 33 place improvement on his incoming ranking. Sophomore Ben Sheffield also finished within 5 seconds of his personal best clocking, taking 183rd in a time of 17:09.8, a 26 spot advantage of his projected placing coming in.

Besides finishing 19th in the field of the strongest teams in the state, Fenton had one of the most notable 7 man-packs in the field, as only 4 teams managed a 7th man across the line before Fenton’s 7th. Only 1 team in placings higher than Fenton managed a tighter 1-7 runner spread, as Sheffield crossed the line only 55 seconds after Jesse led the Tigers across the finish.

Fenton’s race marked only the 2nd time the team had competed as a team at the Division 1 state meet, but their 2nd time in 3 years. With 6 runners at 17:07 or under returning, the Tigers harriers will look to continue the trend of competing at the highest level that high school cross country offers.

 


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Multiple Teams · Fenton High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Davison High School 3-2


Tuesday, November 7, 2017

6:00 PM

Fenton High School
AWAY
3

Davison High School
HOME
2

Game Recap

Fenton delivered a total team win. Offensively the kills were spread around between Chloe Idoni, Chloe McKenzie, Lily Elfstrom, Delaney Miesch, and Erin Carter. Defensively we were lead by Lauren Lamb, Macyn Stevens and Libby Carpenter. Sydney Acho directed the attack at setter and contributed with several key aces.

Box Scores

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3
4
5
Fenton
25

15

25

23

14

Davison
22

25

23

25

8


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Girls Middle School Cross Country, Girls Varsity Cross Country · Fenton Girls XC finshes 20th in the State


The Fenton Girls Cross Country team undertook the potentially daunting task of competing at the state’s deepest race on Saturday – the Division 1 state meet at Michigan International Speedway. The seed times for the Fenton harriers were humbling to ascertain – the Lady Tigers were mostly scattered through the bottom half of the list of season-best times of entrants – not altogether unsurprising given that the Tigers were the 26th largest school in terms of enrollment out of 27 qualifiers. Fenton’s projected finish of 25th place seemed about right, given the circumstances. The Fenton harriers were not satisfied with just a trip to the meet, however, as they used the muddy conditions to their advantage to outperform expectations and take 20th place in Division 1.

The Tigers were led by a second straight all-state performance from sophomore Alexa Keiser. Keiser moved up from a spot in the 70s at the one-kilometer mark to eventually claim 13th place. Her 2nd mile was the fifth-fastest on the day, and her 3rd mile was the third-quickest split in the field, which allowed her to move into the top half of the all-state positions at a rapid clip, over the muddiest and softest areas of the rain-sodden course. Keiser’s 18:07.5 performance was 4 places and 28 seconds quicker than her race last year, which capped a fine season of races at a level consistently improved from her already stellar freshman campaign. Keiser’s state meet effort was also the fastest from any sophomore in the field, a promising indicator of the Lady Tiger’s precociousness.

Keiser was joined in the top 36 places by Junior Cami Tiemann, who claimed the spot with a 18:40.4 clocking that was a whopping 30 second improvement on her season’s best time. Tiemann, running in her 3rd state meet at MIS after qualifying individually the last two years, continued to demonstrate her mastery of the course and mud – her splits of 6:03, 6:05, and 6:00 improved her position drastically over the proceedings and set her up well to use her notoriously blistering kick over the last .1 miles beyond the 3 mile mark to rocket her squarely into the top 40 runners of the race.

Another season best followed Tiemann – Freshman Kaitlin Bayer capped off her own impressive debut campaign with a personal record time of 20:06.7 on the sport’s biggest Michigan high school stage. Bayer’s effort was good for 177th on the day. Junior Abbey Lee was next through the chute for the Lady Tigers, running a 20:22.8 to claim 196th place. After a sophomore year in which Lee broke 20:30 for the first time in her final race of the season, the Junior captain completed a remarkably consistent 2017 campaign in which she broke the 20:30 mark in every single race, 11 times in total over sometimes drastically-differing conditions.

The Lady Tigers’ 5th and 6th runners were freshman twins Coral and Chloe Lefever, who ran 20:57.2 and 20:58.6 for 227th and 230th place, respectively. The Lefevers capped off their great freshmen seasons with another race below 21:00, in tough conditions. The sisters completed a whirlwind first year of racing in which Coral improved 3:35 on her initial race of the year, a 24:07 showing, and Chloe’s PR at the state meet bettered her own first PR of the year by 3:26.

Junior Hanna Chapin completed the first varsity squad to compete at D1 States – her time of 21:33 for 239th place was a mere 5 seconds off her season best in decidedly worse conditions, an impressive showing given it was Chapin’s second race back from a nagging injury, and all in her first year in the sport.

While one would assume the Fenton XC squad was happy to compete at their first ever Division 1 state meet, and to exceed expectations there, one would forgive them if they have already cast an eager eye to next year. The 2018 season sees the potential return of all 7 varsity runners that competed on Saturday, and a host of impressive runners that will compete for a spot on the squad as well. For now, the Lady Tigers can enjoy the accolades from the just-closed 2017 campaign, which brought multiple invitational titles, an outright league title, a podium spot at Regionals, and top 20 finish in the State.