2014-06-01 / Sports

Tribe gals fall to Huskies in district


Chesaning’s Alexandra Graham (22) dribbles the ball upfield in Tuesday’s first round district loss to Hemlock. The Tribe gals had a strong first half but couldn’t keep up with the pesky Huskies in the second half. (TCC Photo by Keith Salisbury) Chesaning’s Alexandra Graham (22) dribbles the ball upfield in Tuesday’s first round district loss to Hemlock. The Tribe gals had a strong first half but couldn’t keep up with the pesky Huskies in the second half. (TCC Photo by Keith Salisbury) CHESANING – A pair of Hemlock goals late in the first half broke a scoreless tie last Tuesday as Chesaning’s varsity girls’ soccer season came to an end in a pre-district game played on the Tribe’s home field.

“We played really well in the first half and Samantha DeNardo, in particular, had an excellent final game, making many key defensive stops,” commented CHS Coach Chris Parker after his team’s 8-0 loss to the Lady Huskies.

Both first half scores for Hemlock came with under six minutes to go before intermission. Six goals after the break iced the contest for Hemlock.

Shelby Stasa recorded 20 saves for Chesaning, which finishes the campaign with a 1-12-2 overall mark.

New Lothrop’s golf team earned a spot in the Division 4 state finals with a second place finish at regionals on Thursday, May 29 at Woodland Hills Golf Course in Sandusky. The Hornets finished with a 357, right behind Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart at 353.

Jacob Brown paced the Hornets with an 81. He was the tournament medalist. Cody Lennox shot an 89. Logan Kulhanek came in at 90. Travis Sumner carded a 97, as did Tucker Moriarity.

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