The Whiteford Bobcats will face Climax Scotts in the MHSAA Division 8 high school regional final at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, according to Whiteford High School athletic director Nate Gust.
Blissfield’s Casey Reed won all-state honors in cross country Saturday, Nov. 7 with a 14th-place individual finish in Division 3 at the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s state cross country finals. In team scoring, she was 13th.
Reed led the a strong Royal women’s team to a 10th-place finish in the championship at Michigan International Speedway.
For the complete story by Melissa Burnor, please see the Nov. 11, 2015, edition of The Advance.
On Monday night in women’s volleyball district play, the Kestrels of SMCC took out Britton Deerfield’s Patriots (See the Nov. 4, 2015, edition of The Advance).
Then, on Wednesday, Nov. 4, they snuffed LCAA league champs Blissfield in a 3-0 semifinal sweep.
And on Friday, they met the Whiteford Lady Bobcats who looked good, but fell in a 3-0 sweep in the district final.
For Brad Heineman’s coverage of the semifinal and final matches, please see the Nov. 11, 2015, edition of The Advance.
The Whiteford Bobcats proved to be top dog in state high school football playoff action against the Bulldogs of Morenci tonight (Friday).
The ‘Cats claimed the District crowned against the district’s top seed, Morenci, playing the Bulldogs in Morenci and defeating them there for the second time this season. With the 26-6 victory, Whiteford now moves on to regional play next week.
For Brad Heineman’s complete story, please see The Advance Nov. 11, 2015, edition.
The Madison Trojan women’s volleyball team faced a tight 2-2 tie with Manchester going into the Distict Final last set Thursday evening, but fell to host Manchester 15-5 in the end.
For the complete story, please see the Nov. 11, 2015, edition of The Advance.
The Bobcats of Whiteford proved “top dogs” as they took down the Summerfield Bulldogs at Summerfield Friday night in a 20-14 football playoff showdown.
The Bobcats will now take on more Bulldogs – those of Morenci – next Friday night, after Morenci battled the Lenawee Christian Cougars and beat those cats last Friday.
Whiteford defeated Morenci earlier in the season. All three teams tied for second place in the Tri-County Conference this fall.
Britton Deerfield’s Patriots marched against visiting Whitmore Lake Friday night and treated the homefield crowd to a 38-16 win to end the 2015 season.
Whiteford, guaranteed a playoff berth, were defeated 36-18 by Clinton in a TCC league showdown, finishing the regular season 7-2 overall and 5-2 in the TCC. A win would have seen Clinton and Whiteford tie 6-1 for the league title.
Meanwhile, Blissfield led twice against Dundee in Viking Country, but fell 28-16.
Madison traveled to Morenci where the Bulldogs were victorious, 44-0.
For the complete stories on these games, please see the Oct. 28, 2015, edition of The Advance.
The Madison Trojans celebrated a 40-12 victory over Whitmore Lake on the football gridiron Friday night in Tri County Conference action.
Meanwhile, Blissfield fell to LCAA foe Hillsdale 35-0 at home before the Hall of Fame and Senior Night crowd; and Britton Deerfield fell to Sand Creek by a score of 48-0.
For these full reports, please see the Oct. 14 edition of The Advance.
When the cats met the dogs Friday night, it was the cats that won this football fight – the Whiteford Bobcats that is, while the Morenci Bulldogs saw their 5-1 season drop to 5-2 as the Bobcats locked in another playoff berth with a 34-6 victory. Whiteford is now 6-1 on the season.
For the complete story, please see the Oct. 14 edition of The Advance.
It was a long night of volleyball in the Tri-County Conference opener between Britton Deerfield and Whiteford on Sept. 10. In the end nine matches played, Whiteford’s TCC winning streak had been broken and the two squads split a double-header for identical 1-1 records in the Tri-County Conference.
In the Britton Deerfield High School gym. the Patriots took the first two games of the first set. 25-19, 25-21. But the Bobcats came back and won the next three 25-20, 25-23 and 15-13. The Bobcats won the first match in the second part of the double-header 25-21 and then the Patriots came back to win the next three 25-19, 26-24 and 25-15.
The Bobcats increased their winning streak to 42 consecutive games by winning the first set. However, it was broken by the Patriots in … Read More »