The varsity football teams of Blissfield, Britton Deerfield and Whiteford all suffered week-five road losses on a mild Friday, Sept. 26 evening.
The Onsted Wildcats came from behind to defeat the Blissfield Royals 22-19. Britton Deerfield’s Patriots lost to Madison 41-0. And the Whiteford Bobcats fell to Summerfield Bulldogs 18-8.
Next Friday, all three teams will be on familiar turf celebrating their respective homecomings.
For details on these games and homecoming previews, please see the Oct. 1, 2014, edition of The Advance.
The Blissfield High School volleyball program will host a Dig Pink fundraiser for breast cancer awareness and research Tuesday.
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30, when the freshmen and junior varsity squads begin play, followed by the varsity. The teams will face Columbia Central and are aiming to fill the stands.
To support their fundraising efforts, the teams will have a silent auction and bake sale. They will also honor breast cancer survivors at the game. Team members will be “pinked out” wearing special pink uniforms.
The Whiteford Bobcats were the only winning cause in Friday night football action for The Advance coverage area, downing the Britton Deerfield Patriots by a score of 44-12.
In Blissfield, the Royals played Ida in their home-opener, but fell to the visitors, 41-7.
For the complete game stories on these and other sports from the week, please see the Sept. 24, 2014, edition of The Advance.
The Blissfield Little League 9-10 year olds lost a tough 8-7 game to good Tecumseh team in the final of the Michigan Little League World Series Saturday.
For more, please see the July 23, 2014, edition of The Advance.
For the third year in a row, the Blissfield Legion Big Leaguers are state champions, defeating Portage in a hard fought 13-11 thriller.
For the full story, please pick up a copy of the July 23, 2014, edition of The Advance.
Whiteford senior Miranda Johnson is for the third time the Division 4 women’ s long jump champion with a leap of 18’6″. She was also second in the Division 4 100-meter days and is qualified for the 200-meter, though results are not in at this time.
She is seeded first now in the 200 meter finals and was seeded fourth in the 100-meter finals.
Tristan Pizana of Britton Deerfield placed fourth in the men’s long jump at the state meet.
Sara Goetz placed fifth in the pole vault finals with a vault of 10’6″ for Blissfield.
For the complete story on state track finals, please see the June 4, 2014, edition of The Advance!
The Whiteford Bobcats won their own invitational defeating Emmanuel Christian
15-0 in 3 innings then beating Erie Mason 5-1 on May 10. In game one, Kevin Kaufman was the winning pitcher and Josh Beck had seven RBI’s. Beck went three for four with two
doubles and a single. In game two Troy Diller pitched the win. Colin Lake
and J Beck both went two for four and Zach Perry went two for three.
5/12/14 Whiteford defeated Sand Creek 13- 10 taking their record to 14-6
with 8 straight wins. Joe Link was the winning pitcher. Josh Beck and Zach
Perry both went 3 for 4 and Troy Diller went 2 for 4. 9 of the 10 Bobcats
Whiteford baseball has picked up several wins with an eight game wining streak over the last two weeks. On May 7 Whiteford defeated Adrian Madison 7-6 Troy Diller was the winning
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Baseball and softball games scheduled between Whiteford and Dundee this afternoon (May 15) have been canceled due to unplayable field conditions.
Bilssfield High School senior Claire Denecker will continue her stellar basketball career next fall as a member of the University of St. Francis basketball team in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Denecker will be joining the program that won the 2014 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Championship title.
For complete details please check out the May 21 issue of The Advance.
The Blissfield Athletic Department announced Sunday that Kilee Goetz is steeping down as head volleyball coach to take a full-time position with the Oakland Elite Volleyball Club in a director role for the 10-14 year old division, joining Eric Lazowki, director for the 15-18 division and Roly Roldan, chief operating officer.
For the rest of the story, please see the May 7, 2014, edition of The Advance.