How about a parade along Main Street, complete with the brass band, a fire truck or two, and oh yes, do not forget the football team and his coach.
With their 1-0 victory over Marlette, the Memphis Yellowjackets gained the only possession of the first place in the GTC South. The boys' football team finished 5-0-1 in the league and is 10-2-4 on the way to national tournaments.
If Marlette had won, Memphis would have shared the championship with the cardinals.
Josh White scored the only goal of the game. Ben Blanco got the assist.
Keeper David Padilla has made five saves for the Yellowjackets.
The Memphis Squadron of Andrew Rhode opens the tournament game on Wednesday. It will take over the survivor of the Austin Catholic-Landmark Academy game.
L & # 39; ANSE CREUSE NORTH 25-25-25, PORT HURON NORTH 18-17-19
Who needs Johnson & Johnson cleaning products if only one young lady named Johnson can do the job?
Darienne Johnson cleared 12 dead and was defensively defensive on the net with five blocks for the crusaders (5-2 MAC White, 19-10 overall).
Leah Bieniewicz remains an attacking threat with 12 kills, 15 excavations and five service points including two major aces.
Jordyn Media and Nicole Valentine each added six deaths. Valentine also had eight service points with three game changing aces. Media has also added nine service points. Lauren Bayless showed a difficult defensive front with four key blocks.
Libero Kelsey Starnes received the team, 28 excavations and nine service points with two aces. Setter Amelia Dunnigan led the team with 24 assists and six service points.
FORD 25-25-15-25, FRASER 21-23-25-19
There is no recall notification. A huge victory rolled Thursday from the Ford assembly line.
The Falcons (4-4 in the game MAC Blue) gave Fraser his first loss in the division.
Ford was led by junior Amber Hardy who had 15 kills, 21 excavations and two aces. Junior Alexis Strickland had 33 assists and 10 excavations. Junior Kelly Bartlett had 17 excavations, two aces and eight service points. Junior Brianne Bayer ended with 12 kills, a block, two aces and 11 service points.
Fraser fell back to 7-1 in the division, 19-12-1 overall.
Jessica Pizzimenti of The Ramblers had 37 assists. Madison Grace ended with 12 kills. Kaylee Kilcoyne had six kills and four blocks. Elise Vitale ended with 23 excavations, 13 points and two aces. Bella Grillo tackled seven kills, 18 excavations and three blocks.
CLINTONDALE 25-25-25, LINCOLN 17-14-10
Princess Mia Johnson remains royal for Clintondale. She ended with 10 kills, five digs, two aces and an assist.
Jasmine Clark had three murders; Jenna Mathison eight aces, seven assists, one kill and one dig; Taijah Lewis two aces, five kills, one dig and one assist; Cameryn Maisano one kill, one assist and one digger; Persia Camara five aces, nine assists and two excavations; Laila Ali-Khan four digs and a murder; Gabby Willis two murders; Haley DeLoach four murders and two excavations; and Destinee Fredericks eight aces, eight murders and one excavation.
UTICA 25-25-25, PORT HURON 17-18-18
Here is a science fiction reference: the Port Huron Big Reds were stunned by a Rea gun.
Frankie Rea helped lead Utica (7-1 MAC Blue, 16-12-2 general) with nine service points, two dead, 11 assists and one excavation.
Also for the Chieftains: Kayla Jacob (6 service points, 6 kills, 7 receptions, 4 digs); Sophia Gjonaj (4 excavations); Jenna Walczy (4 receptions, 4 excavations); Alyssa Jacob (1 ace, 6 service points, 1 kill, 10 receptions, 13 excavations); Cayley Ebeling (6 kills, 7 receptions, 1 block, 2 digs); Raeleen Sobetski (1 ace, 5 service points, 15 kills, 3 receptions, 5 excavations); Katie O & # 39; Connor (4 kills, 1 block, 4 digs); Abby Rissman (3 service points, 13 receptions, 1 help, 16 excavations); Monè Knowles (11 kills, 6 blocks); Veronica Walters (3 service points, 5 receipts, 8 excavations); Jaclyn Duff (1 ace, 4 service points, 1 kill, 12 assists, 1 dig) and Maya Narusch (1 ace, 3 service points, 3 kills, 1 block).
EISENHOWER 25-25-25, ROMEO 16-12-16
Forget about the Heimlich maneuver. With this victory, the Eagles put a chokehold on the outright MAC Red championship.
They increased their divisional record to 9-0. They are generally 21-11-3.
Sydney Palazzolo had 15 kills, nine graves and an ace. Marissa Durand ended with nine kills and six excavations. Meghan Dombrowski had five murders, four excavations and two blocks. Morgan Jensen came with five murders. Terah Ostrander had 11 excavations, two aces and one assist. Sam Palazzolo had 22 excavations, two assists and an ace. Jenn Falkenhagen ended with 28 assists, four graves and two aces.
ANKERBAAI 20-27-25-22-15, DAKOTA 25-25-19-25-9
The name of the first year head coach is Emily Hite. That last name could have been just as good because of her rising spirit after the big victory of the MAC Red on Thursday for her Tars.
"I've waited for our girls to act as I know they can, and tonight they did, I've never been so proud of these girls, our statistics are amazing, and our attitude was the best they've been. this victory due to great game around, "Hite said.
Emily Smith ended with 20 kills and five excavations. Genevieve Decker had six kills, two graves, an ace and eight blocks. Natalie Stass had seven murders, five excavations and four aces. Karlee Stoll ended with two kills, 19 digs, two aces, two blocks and 41 assists. Khloee Stoll had 41 excavations, four aces and four assists. Natalie Bergeron had 14 excavations. Meghan Romanowski had 10 excavations and two aces. Lauren Helzer ended with four murders, two excavations and two blocks. Sarah Burke had two murders, four excavations and three blocks. Kailyn Heaney ended with eight excavations and one assist; while Hannah Benke had three excavations and an ace.
LAKEVIEW 25-25-21-25, LAKE SHORE 22-22-25-23
Amazing Grace did it again for Lakeview (5-3 MAC Blue, 23-12 general). Grace Allor set a different school record with 30 kills in 59 attempts. She added two aces, 27 excavations and two blocks.
Morgan Kimm again had a solid performance with 10 kills, while Ri & # 39; Shyna Lewis threw the right side with seven blocks, three kills and a stellar defense
"I was worried that we are flat right after our fight (with Fraser), Lake Shore always plays us as our rival, and it's so hard to defeat a team several times in a season," said Lakeview-trainer Tom Pfeifer. .
For Lake Shore, senior Jackie Dietz had two murders, seven excavations and seven service points including two aces. Senior Alexis Stacy had nine assists, five excavations and three points. Junior Alli Federlein had five kills, two blocks and five points with two aces for the Shorians (1-7 MAC Blue).
ARMADA 7, YALE 3, ALMONT 2, LIGGETT 2, FRANKEL JEWISH ACADEMY 1, IMLAY CITY 0, NOTRE DAME PREP 0, SANDUSKY 0
SINGLES: Matthew Offner, Armada, def. Kyle Pardy, Sandusky, 6-1, 6-1; Thomas Manko, Almont, def. Matthew Offner, Armada, 6-4, 6-3; George Ferrari, Armada, def. Mitchell Allen, Imlay City, 6-0, 6-1; George Ferrari, Armada, def. Anthony Bologna, ND Prep, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3; Griffin DePauw, Almont, def. George Ferrari, Armada, 6-0, 6-0; Braden Germundson, Armada, def. Levi Beaver, Yale, 5-7, 6-2, 6-0; Eli Gray, Frankel Jewish Academy, def. Braden Germundson, Armada, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4; Zach Schember, Armada, def. Andrew Schulman, Frankel Jewish Academy, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4; Jared McCormick, Yale, sure. Zach Schember, Armada, 6-1, 6-2.
DOUBLE: Anthony Offner-Jadon Hill, Armada, def. Farid Okka-Rahul Reddy, ND Prep, 6-2, 6-4; Paul Donnellon-Nathan Hazel, Yale, def. Anthony Offner-Jadon Hill, Armada, 6-2, 6-2; Ryan Warezak-Jacob Tomlinson, Liggett, def. Brian Bell-Brandon Westfall, Armada, 6-3, 7-5; Josh Clarin – Josh Prall-Stankewitz, Armada, def. Brent Williams-Logan Stoldt, Imlay City, 6-4, 6-0; Vincent Maribao-Rocco Scarfone, Liggett, def. Josh Clarin-Josh Prall-Stankewitz, Armada, 6-4, 6-3; Easton Moran-Garret Donnellon, Yale, def. Eli Russell-Josh Shop, Armada, 6-1, 6-2.
ARMADA 12, YALE 3, ALMONT 2, CROSWELL-LEXINGTON 1, RICHMOND 1, IMLAY CITY 0
SINGLES: Matthew Offner, Armada, def. Marcel Fenwick, Richmond, 6-2, 7-5; Thomas Manko, Almont, def. Matthew Offner, Armada, 6-3, 6-3; Tyler Johnson, Cros-Lex, def. George Ferrari, Armada, 6-1, 6-1; George Ferrari, Armada, def. Nick Gutc, Yale, 6-1, 6-2; Braden Germundson, Armada, def. Owen Flaherty, Cros-Lex, 6-4, 6-2; Braden Germundson, Armada, def. Jack Pierik, Imlay City, 2-6, 6-1, 10-6; Devin Hart, Richmond, def. Braden Germundson, Armada, 6-3, 5-7, 10-7; Zach Schember, Armada, def. Jon Paul Burns, Imlay City, 6-2, 6-0; Sam Bussone, Almont, def. Zach Schember, Armada, 6-0, 6-4.
DOUBLES: Nathan Hazel-Paul Donnellon, Yale, def. Anthony Offner-Jadon Hill, Armade, 6-1, 6-2; Anthony Offner-Jadon Hill, Armada, def. Logan Wilson-Ross Edson, Imlay City, 6-3, 6-0; Anthony Offner-Jadon Hill, Armada, def. Gabe Bushong-Chase Shudell, Cros-Lex, 6-1, 6-2; Brian Bell-Brandon Westfall, Armada, def. Anthony Cachola-Aiden Zawada, Yale. 6-3, 6-4; Brian Bell-Brandon Westfall, Armada, def. Zach Nichter-Ricky Holdwick, Richmond, 6-1, 6-0; Josh Clarin – Josh Prall-Stankewitz, Armada, def. Daniel Krahn-Ricky Guerrero, Imlay City, 6-2, 7-6 (6); Ryan Medrano-Kyle Wofford, Yale, def. Josh Clarin-Josh Prall-Stankewitz, Armada, 3-6, 6-1, 11-9; Josh Clarin – Josh Prall-Stankewitz, Armada, def. Johnathon Tackaberry-Owen Kosal, Richmond, 3-6, 6-4, 10-7; Ryan Medrano-Kyle Wofford, Yale, def. Eli Russell-Josh Shop, Armada, 6-4, 6-4; Eli Russell – Josh Shop, Armada, def. Danny Logan-Adam Dodge, Imlay City, 8-4.