Every sport and every team has leaders.Whether they lead by example or by becoming the voice of the team, they’re there.Over the past four years, it hasn’t been hard to find that leader on the soccer field for Petoskey.All one had to do was look toward either end of the field for Sarah Lewis in goal. If you don’t first hear her directing of course.“She just loves soccer,” Petoskey coach Zach Jonker said.
Petoskey High School Athletic Director Dave Smith confirmed that varsity girls’ tennis coach Dree Lo has passed away. Full details on the death could not be given as of Friday morning.Lo took over the varsity tennis job at Petoskey starting in 2012, following longtime coach Margaret Ruemenapp.She also assisted with the boys’ varsity teams.Before taking over the varsity team, she served as the girls’ junior varsity coach and had been involved with the Petoskey Parks and Rec.
PETOSKEY — Over the past few years, one of the top battles to follow within the Big North Conference has been when the Petoskey and Cadillac girls’ soccer teams meet.After Thursday, round one this season goes to the Vikings.Hosting Cadillac at Northmen Stadium, Petoskey couldn’t climb back from an early deficit at the half, eventually falling 4-0 to the defending BNC champion Vikings.Looking beyond the score, Petoskey head coach Zach Jonker was happy with the fight his team put up.“I was...
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