When the preseason Mid-American Conference wrestling poll came out a couple months back Missouri was predicted to win a sixth-straight MAC title while CMU was picked second and Buffalo was picked third. This weekend all three of these teams will be competing at CMU’s McGuirk Arena as the 18th-ranked Chippewas (5-3, 2-0 MAC) host third-ranked Missouri (14-0, 5-0) at 7 p.m. Friday before the University at Buffalo (5-5, 2-1) comes a calling for a 2 p.m. matinee versus the hosts at 2 p.m. Sunday.
The Highland Conference will get you ready. Just this week the Associated Press released its boys basketball poll and two teams from the Highland Conference were in the Class C rankings in top-ranked and unbeaten McBain and 2017 semifinalist Manton. As it stands McBain is ranked No. 1 in Class C while Manton is an honorable mention squad.
The Vestaburg High School boys basketball team fell to 3-4 overall at home on Monday night as it lost to Saranac by a final of 50-42. The Wolverines, who are also 2-2 in MSAC play, fell behind 13-4 in the first quarter and trailed 22-20 at the half. A 15-7 Saranac run in the third quarter helped seal the deal..Dalton Denman led the Wolverines with 11 points, five rebounds and three steals while Seth Stratton had nine points and 10 rebounds.
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