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Multiple Teams · Alayna Johnson has Committed To…


We would like to congratulate Alayna Johnson on committing to continue her academic and competitive career at Rochester College. She broke the Single Game Rebounding record dating back to 1992. She ended her senior season averaging 10 points and 12 rebounds per game, and tallied up 15 double doubles. We wish her the best in her future at Rochester College. Always a Titan!

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Titans News · Spring Senior Nights 2017


The Stevenson High School Athletic Department would like to recognize our senior athletes for their accomplishments on and off the field. Thank you for your commitment to our athletic programs. We wish you the best of luck as you advance in your education and career. Once a Titan, always a Titan!

For Signing Day photos and info click here

Varsity Softball

AH   Amber Huntley

CM   Chelsea Mearnic

HB   Hayley Bryce

MR   Mikayla Rzeppa

SC  Shannon Carr

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Girls Varsity Soccer

AJ   Alayna Johnson

JG   Julianna George

NM   Natalie Martorana

SR   Skippy Reyntens

(Not pictured: Jillian Kowalski)

Lacrosse

NS Nick Stedtefeld

NE   Nathan Eck

MH   Myles Hall

MC   Moussa Chehab

LC   Luke Crisman

JS   Jake Spicuzza

CS   Casey Starks

CN   Cal Novara

BM   Brandon Maxson

BL   Bobby Leone

AA   Alex Altadonna


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Titans 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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Titans News · Michigan’s Top Record-Breaking Performance – Nominations are open now! – Presented by VNN


This Spring, we’ve seen several state and school records fall across the network. Who was the best in Michigan? Nominate your favorite with the form below.

Nominations close on May 22 at 12pm EST, and voting begins on Tuesday, May 23.

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Titans News · Which region’s high schools had the strongest NFL Draft? – Presented by VNN


The NFL Draft took place last week in Philadelphia. Held on the Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, it was the first draft held entirely outdoors, and was the most attended in history with more than 250,000 people attending. Over three days, all 32 NFL teams chose players who they hope could be the future of their franchise.

In the next few pages, check out all the players drafted by their hometown high school, and vote for the region you think has grown the strongest draft class!

Voting closes on Sunday, May 14th at 3pm EST / 12pm PST.

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Titans News · Best of the Best: Michigan’s Top Sports Story – Presented by VNN


This month’s top story from across Michigan comes from South Christian High School in Grand Rapids, by way of Hudsonville, where AD Kevin Wolma gives some good advice for parents.

After The Game: What Do You Say?

Originally posted on southchristiansports.com

By Kevin Wolma
Hudsonville Athletic Director

 

“I love to watch you play.” Those are the six words a son or daughter wants to hear from his or her parents after a game.

What if your child does not play? What do you say then? Parents can’t say, “I love to watch you play” when your child does not play, nor can they say other post-competition statements like: “Did you fight like a dog?”

“Did you have fun?”

It is hard to fight like a dog when not given the opportunity, and we all know players have more fun when they play in the game. When you google the phrase, “what to say after a game,” there are all sorts of articles written with some of them backed by research. However, when you google the phrase – “what to say when your kid does not play” – very little comes out of that search.

Why?

This is a hard and very sensitive area for most parents to come up with the right thing to say.

Before we talk about what to say in this situation, it may be more important to discuss what not to say after a game where your child does not play. Some of the comments all parents should avoid are:

“Why have you not played in the last three…

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Boys Varsity Track, Girls Varsity Track · Michigan Track and Field Records – Presented by VNN


As the Spring Season hits full swing, state records start falling.

How do you match up against the best of the best?

Here’s Michigan’s Track and Field State Meet Records, courtesy of the MHSAA:

MHSAA Boys Track and Field Record Book

MHSAA Girls Track and Field Record Book

 

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Multiple Teams · Boys Basketball Summer Camp


Below is flyer for the 2017 Stevenson Boy’s Basketball Summer Camp, all the papers you will need are attached. We hope to see you there!

 

2017 Basketball Summer Camp


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Girls Junior Varsity Sideline Cheer, Girls Varsity Sideline Cheer · Dance and Sideline Cheer Tryouts


Dance Tryouts 

(West Gym)

4/25 @ 4:30 pm

4/26 @ 4:30 pm

4/27 @ 4:30 pm

Cheer Tryouts 

(Cheer Aux Gym)

5/22 @ 2:30 pm

5/23 @ 2:30 pm

5/24 @ 2:30 pm

5/25 @ 2:30 pm

*Freshman will have a shuttle and will participate when they arrive.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Titans News · T-I-T-A-N-S Watch Live!


 

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO WATCH THE CHEER STATE FINALS LIVE

 

If anyone is interested in taking the Fan Bus to the Delta Plex Arena in Grand Rapids on Friday March 3rd, the bus ticket costs $15.00 and includes entry into the competition. Individual entry tickets can also be purchased for $8.00. The competition starts at 6:00 pm The bus will depart promptly at 2:30 from Stevenson. Tickets can be purchased during lunches and at the book store between the hours of 9:30 am – 2:30 pm.