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Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Girls Soccer: Tigers fall to Trojans in Districts


Girls Soccer fell 2-0 to Plainwell tonight at Tiger Stadium in the opening round of the MHSAA Division II Girls Soccer District. The Tigers finish the season 18-5-2 overall, 8-1 in the Wolverine Conference and earned a share of the conference title.


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Tigers News · Vote for Michigan’s Top Record-Breaking Performances – Presented by VNN


Who had the best record-breaking performances in Michigan this season? We took your nominations over the past week and here are the finalists.

Vote below for each sport on the next few pages. Voting closes at Midnight EST on June 5th.

Boys Track and Field

Cody Moyer – Gaylord

Discus – 160’11 1/2 – Cody’s throw in the discus shattered Gaylord’s previous school record set by John Knack in 1989 (146-10). “Honestly, it’s kind of funny now that I think about it,” Moyer said. “The guys I’ve thrown with have always said they wanted to be a legend like John Knack some day. Read more in the Petoskey News.

Chris Davis – Fowlerville

3200m – 9:47 – Davis’ record-setting run beat the school’s 1987 record of 9:48, broken by 1 sec on 1st try. He also ran a 1:56 800m split to come from behind and win the 4X800 at the start of the same meet.

Trey Hall – Jackson Northwest

Long Jump – 21’3″ – Record was set in 2007.

Zach Wright – Potterville MS

800M- 2:14.5, 1600M – 4:59.1 – Zach broke both the 800m and 1600m school record this season, both previously set back in 2002. Zach now holds 3 school records, the third being the 3200m @ 10:58 set last year as a 7th grader.

Mason Philips – Salem

Long jump – 24′ 1″ – Mason Phillips has been breaking his own long jump record over and over this season – this jump of 24′ 1″ was the third time he set the school record last set in 1985 this season, tying the MHSAA (Michigan) state record in the process.

Michigan’s Top Boys Track Performance

Cody Moyer – Gaylord
Chris Davis – Fowlerville
Trey Hall – Jackson Northwest
Zach Wright – Potterville MS
Mason Philips – Salem

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Girls Track and Field

Ryen Draper – Plymouth

400M Dash – 54.97s, 200M Dash, 24.55 – At the KLAA Conference Meet, senior sprinter Ryen Draper rebroke her own school and PCEP record in the 400M Dash, with a time of 54.97. It is the fastest time in the 400 run in the state this year, and makes her only the 17th girl in state history to run under 55 seconds. At the meet, Ryen also broke the school and PCEP record in the 200M Dash.

Anavia Battle – Wayne Memorial

100M – 11.85

Mallory Barrett – Milford

1600M, 4:54 – An expectional runner whose talents extend far beyond one event, Mallory Barrett is ranked in the top ten for 3 different events including the 1600, 800, and High Jump.

Mariyah Lewis – East Lansing

Discus, 124’9″

Meagan Lange – Forest Area Middle School

800M – 2:38.7, 1600M – 6:05, 400M Relay – 59.7, 1600M Relay – 4:51.5 – Meagan has broken four middle school records as a 6th grader, running against 7th & 8th graders, in her first season in track and field, and is only a handful of seconds from breaking varsity records in each event.

Michigan’s Top Girls Track Performance

Ryen Draper – Plymouth High School
Anavia Battle – Wayne Memorial
Mallory Barrett – Milford
Mariyah Lewis – East Lansing
Meagan Lange – Forest Area Middle School

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Baseball / Softball

Jakob Selich – Baseball – Millington High School

Career Runs Scored (93), Season Runs Scored (38) – Both records were held since 1979.

Lena Jackson – Softball – Stockbridge High School

Career Home Runs (8) – Lena has hit most home runs in the entire history of Stockbridge High School Varsity Softball Program and is only a sophomore. In addition, on one outing, she hit three over the fence.

Brianna Robeson – Softball – Hartland High School

Consecutive game hitting streak (29 games from 5.18.16 to 5.10.17) –  A base hit in 29 consecutive games currently ties for 10th place overall with two other players in MHSAA records.

Rebecca Alway – Grosse Pointe North High School

Career Home Runs (6)

Michigan’s Top Baseball/Softball Performance

Jakob Selich – Baseball – Millington High School
Lena Jackson – Softball – Stockbridge High School
Brianna Robeson – Softball – Hartland High School
Rebecca Alway – Grosse Pointe North High School

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Tigers News · Passorelli and Sturman named “Top Senior Male Athlete”


Picture (L-R): Nate Passorelli, Jacob Sturman will share the 2017 Van Melle Award.

The 2017 Van Melle Award (Top Senior Male Athlete) has been announced after voting by Allegan High School Varsity Head Coaches. The award is based on coach ability, dependability, athletic ability, leadership, participation, and sportsmanship. This years’ Van Melle Award winner (tie):

NATE PASSORELLI (Cross Country, Track & Field)
-Four year member of Varsity Cross Country
-Three year member of Varsity Track & Field
-Cross Country State Qualifier, All-Regional, All-County 2015, 2016
-Track & Field State Qualifier 2016, 2017 (3200 m)
-Wolverine All-Conference Cross Country 2015, 2016
-Wolverine Honorable Mention All-Conference Track & Field 2016, 2017
-Captain in Cross Country & Track & Field
-Attending Davenport University – Cross Country and Track & Field

JACOB STURMAN (Tennis, Basketball, Track & Field)
-Four years Varsity Tennis
-Three years Varsity Boys Basketball (MVP 2016)
-Four years Varsity Track & Field (MVP 2015, 2016, 2017)
-Wolverine Conference Tennis All-Conference (2013, 2015, 2016)
-Honorable Mention All-State Tennis (2015, 2016)
-Track & Field State Qualifier (2017)
-Wolverine Conference Track & Field Champion 110 Hurdles (2017)


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Tigers News · Bishop selected “Top Senior Female Athlete”


Picture: Kara Bishop was named “Top Senior Female Athlete” 

The 2017 Allegan County News (Top Senior Female Athlete) Award has been announced after voting by the Allegan High School Varsity Head Coaches. The award is based on coach ability, dependability, athletic ability, leadership, participation, and sportsmanship. This years’ winner:

KARA BISHOP (Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer): 
-2017 Triple Threat Award: Three sports, four years
-Four years Varsity Volleyball (Captain 2015, 2016; Most Valuable Offensive player 2015; MVP 2016)
-Three years Varsity Girls Basketball (Captain 2017; MVP 2017)
-Four years Varsity Girls Soccer (Captain 2016, 2017)
-Wolverine Conference Volleyball Honorable Mention All-Conference 2016
-Wolverine Conference Girls Basketball 2nd Team All-Conference 2016, 2017
-Wolverine Conference Girls Soccer 1st Team All-Conference 2016, 2017
-Holds school record in soccer: most shutouts in a season, best goals against average


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Tigers News · Voglewede, Curtiss & Scane named Ackerman Award winners


Picture (L-R): Leslie Scane, Thomas Voglewede, Haylie Curtiss

The 2017 Ackerman (Top Senior Female & Male Sportsmanship) Award winners have been announced after voting by Allegan High School Varsity Head Coaches. The award is based on the athlete who displayed outstanding sportsmanship throughout his/her career. This years’ Ackerman Award winners:

2017 Male Ackerman: THOMAS VOGLEWEDE (Tennis, Basketball)

2017 Female Ackerman (Tie): HAYLIE CURTISS (Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer); LESLIE SCANE (Basketball, Softball)


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Boys Junior Varsity Baseball, Boys Varsity Baseball · Baseball: Wayland 4 Allegan 2


Baseball fell tonight 4-2 to Wayland in a non-conference home game. Alex Babbitt threw a complete game giving up one earned run and striking out 12. Garrett Emmons and Babbitt had hits to lead the offense.

Baseball Next Action: Tuesday, May 30 @ Lawton


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Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Girls Soccer: Tigers have five selected first team All-Conference


Picture: Front Row (L-R) Haylie Curtiss, Joy Hunziker, Kara Bishop, BrookAnn Hitchcock, Hanna Curtiss. Standing (L-R) Maizy Stull, Jana Patmos, Dana Shek, Morgan Sturman, Caley TerAvest.

The Wolverine Conference has announced the 2017 Girls Soccer All-Conference teams and the Tigers have had 10 players earn honors including five first team selections. Congratulations to the following Tigers to earn all-conference honors:

Wolverine Conference Girls Soccer 1st Team All-Conference
Kara Bishop
Joy Hunziker
Haylie Curtiss
Hanna Curtiss
BrookAnn Hitchcock

Wolverine Conference Girls Soccer 2nd Team All-Conference
Maizy Stull
Caley TerAvest

Wolverine Conference Girls Soccer Honorable Mention All-Conference
Dana Shek
Morgan Sturman
Jana Patmos


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Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Girls Soccer: Allegan 5 Kalamazoo Central 2


Girls Soccer defeated Kalamazoo Central 5-2 in non-conference action tonight at Tiger Stadium to conclude the regular season. BrookAnn Hitchcock led the offense with three goals, Joy Hunziker and Haylie Curtiss each added a goal. Caley TerAvest had two assists while Hunziker, Jana Patmos, and Dana Shek also had helpers. Kara Bishop made five saves in goal.

Girls Soccer Next Action: Tuesday, May 30 – MHSAA District – Plainwell @ Allegan – 6:00 pm


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Girls Junior Varsity Soccer, Girls Varsity Soccer · Girls Soccer: Tigers clinch share of conference title with win at South Haven


Girls Soccer claimed the schools’ first Wolverine Conference Girls Soccer title tonight with a 9-1 win at South Haven. With the win the Tigers finish 8-1 in conference action, tied with Plainwell.

Haylie Curtiss had 5 assists to lead the Tigers tonight and BrookAnn Hitchcock had 3 goals plus an assist. Adding goals were Taylar Jackson, Alison Bishop, Mackena Burmeister, Jana Patmos, Mackenzie Burmeister, and Kara Bishop. Adding assists were Caley TerAvest, Joy Hunziker, and Morgan Sturman.

Girls Soccer Next Action: Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 24 vs. Kalamazoo Central (Seniors Night)


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Tigers News · 2017 “Triple Threat” winners announced


The Class of 2017 had five student-athletes earn the “Triple Threat” award. Earning this honor comes from participating in athletics each season (Fall, Winter, Spring) during a student-athletes four years of high school. Congratulations to the following student-athletes who represented Allegan High School and Allegan Athletics during each season, all four years!

Kara Bishop….Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer

Haylie Curtiss…Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer

Kaitlyn McMann…Sideline Cheer, Competitive Cheer, Track & Field

Davynn Schneider…Football/Tennis, Wrestling, Baseball/Track & Field

Jacob Sturman…Tennis, Basketball, Track & Field