Mendon falls to Leroy Pine River 29-28 in quarterfinals
Mendon’s wrestling season came to an end Friday afternoon, when the fourth seeded Hornets were edged by fifth seeded Leroy Pine River 29-28 in the quarterfinals of the Div.IV State Meet. It’s disappointing, but I’m just so proud of theses guys and the community,” coach Caleb Stephenson said.
Bronson tops Reading, Mendon beats Colon
Bronson celebrated Senior Night and picked up a Big 8 win Friday night beating Reading 57-34. The Lady Vikings led 11-5 after the first quarter. They poured in 20 second-quarter points and led 31-9 at the half. Bronson outscored Reading 26-22 in the second half. Ashton Wronikowski led the Lady Vikes with 15 points and 10 rebounds for a double/double.
Hornets to take on Leroy-Pine River
The Mendon wrestling team begins their quest for the Div. IV State Wrestling title Friday at Wings Event Center. Action is set to begin at noon with the Hornets taking on Leroy Pine River. “When the seeds were released we were pretty satisfied with where we fell, because we think that we match up with Pine River pretty well,” Mendon coach Caleb Stephenson said.
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