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Winter Romeyn - Ellsworth

Josh Wojan - East Jordan

East Jordan’s Josh Wojan qualified as an individual racer in the Division III regional cross country meet held at Benzie Central. Wojan finished 11th overall in a time of 16 minutes, 33 seconds

Winter Romeyn of Ellsworth placed second overall at the Division III cross country regional’s held
Winter Romeyn of Ellsworth placed second overall at the
Division III cross country regional’s held in Central Lake on
October 28, in a time of 17 minutes, 31 seconds, to lead the
Lancers and qualify for the state meet as an individual.
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bychrisFiel EAST JORDAN – Defending champion Charlevoix, along with upset minded Boyne City advanced Monday,
bychrisFiel
EAST JORDAN – Defending
champion Charlevoix, along with
upset minded Boyne City advanced
Monday, October 31, in their Class
C district volleyball matches, mov-
ing to the semi-finals and possibly
finals, which will be played aer we
have gone to print.
In the night’s first contest, the
Ramblers were able to outlast the
host, East Jordan Red Devils, 25-14,
19-25, 25-14, 25-20 in a hard-fought
match-up of Lake Michigan Confer-
charlevoix's Karley Pearsall
sends a kill shot over the net
againstanElkRapidsdefender
PhotobyScottRichaRdS
ence foes.
e Ramblers took charge by tak-
ing the first game, before the hard-
charging Red Devils responded with
a second game victory, aer that,
Boyne took care of business.
“We came out strong and let up a
little in the second game,” Boyne
City coach Casie Parker said. “We
responded by coming back to win
the third and fourth games.”
Boyne City was led by Heather
Nichols with 44 assist and five
blocks, Kylie Hicks finished with 22
kills and 11 blocks; Allie Cain
chipped in with 11 kills and Erin
Baker had 20 digs.
Also for the Ramblers, Mary
Myers, Baker and Nichols each
served at 100 percent on the night.
e Red Devils were led by senior
Kara LaVanway with 11 digs and
seven kills, Valerie Peters finished
with 10 digs and seven kills and two
aces; Jordan Bacchus chipped in
with 17 assists, three digs, and two
kills.
e trio was also perfect from be-
hind the line serving.
“It has been a great experience as
my first year as head coach and I am
sad to see it end,” East Jordan coach
Anne Crick said. “It has been a
pleasure working with such a won-
derful group of fine athletes.”
East Jordan closes out a 4-12 cam-
paign.
Boyne City advances to play Har-
bor Springs in semi-final action.
In the second match of the
evening, the defending champion
Charlevoix Rayders were able to
bounce back from dropping the
opening game to Elk Rapids and ul-
timately defeated the Elks, 23-25,
bELoW: charlevoixteammates(L-R)MaddieZimmerman(#10),
KellyGreyerbiehl,MeganPeters(#12),andJennaWay(#14)cel-
ebrateafterdefeatingElkRapids3setsto1 PhotobyScottRichaRdS
PhotobyScottRichaRdS
aboVE: Rayder freshman Madeline boss (#5) attempts to hit the
ball over elk rapids defenders olivia cote (#12) and Megan Gre-
gorski(#5)
25-17, 25-14, 25-12.
Charlevoix plays Mancelona in
semi-final action Tuesday, Novem-
ber 1, aer the paper has gone to
print. District finals are set for
ursday, November 3 in East Jor-
dan at 7pm.
e Rayders, 44-4-3 on the sea-
son, responded like defending
champions aer a slow start in
which they made some errors, to
claim the final three games of their
match.
Senior Jenna Way, once again led
the Rayders from her setter position
with 29 assists, 11 kills and seven
digs, fellow senior Megan Peters was
just as effective with 11 kills and
three blocks.
Also for Charlevoix, Madeline
Boss chipped in with nine kills, Kar-
ley Pearsall had seven kills and five
blocks; senior Kelsey Way recorded
seven digs, three aces and three
blocks. Senior Chelsie Hoffman
played steady with nine digs and five
aces, and senior Maddie Zimmer-
man finished with seven digs.

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November 3, 2011

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cross country

Rayder teams advance in Division III

East Jordan’s Wojan qualifies as an individual

bychrisFiel

BENZIONIA – Both teams ran hard, both teams finished second, both teams qualified. e Charlevoix cross country teams each placed runner-up in the Division III regional’s to advance to the state finals at the Michigan Inter- national Speedway in Brooklyn, MI on November 5. e girl’s team finished a close sec- ond behind host Benzie Central, 40- 67. Harbor Springs was third with 73 points. Earning All-Regional status and pacing the Rayders with a sixth place finish was Amber Way in 18:44. Also earning All-Region honors; 8-Olivia Certa-19:00; 9-Molly Jeakle-19:04; and 13-Annie Dipert in 19:30. e top 15 individuals earn All-Region. Also for Charlevoix, Caroline Boss finished 32nd in 21:11, Stirling Whitthoe finished 38th in 21:51, and Jane Balasz was 42nd in 22:05. Boyne City finished ninth as a team, as Jannelle Roberts ran to a 25th place finish in a time of 20:21 to lead the Ramblers. Hannah Knitter was 50th overall in 22:54, breaking the 23 minute mark for the second time this year. Monica Stokes was 53rd in 23:07 and teammate Kaitlyn

year. Monica Stokes was 53rd in 23:07 and teammate Kaitlyn PhotobyKELLyMatELSKi boyneFallseighthgraderMarcusMatelski

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boyneFallseighthgraderMarcusMatelski pacedtheLoggerstoasecondplaceteam finish in regional action with an eighth

overalltimeof18:08

Banner was 54th in 23:08. Also for Boyne, Jessica Dowty fin- ished 59th, Denise Minier was 64th, and Katie Hicks finished 74th. “As a group, the girls ran their best races of the year,” Boyne City coach Andy Place said. “Our primary goal

MollyJeakleofcharlevoixpushesaheadofthecrowdtowardsherninthplaceregionalfinish.

PhotobyREbEccaJEaKLE

PhotobyREbEccaJEaKLE this year with so many new runners was to gain experience

this year with so many new runners was to gain experience and improve. We are greatly improved.” Kayla Keane paced the East Jordan girls team with a 19th place finish in 19:59, Tess McNitt was 68th in 24:06, while Ellen Brandell and Casey Keane finished 81st and 84th, respec- tively. In the boys race, Kirk Acharya earned All-Region, finishing 4th overall in 16 minutes, 18 seconds to lead Charlevoix to a second place team finish to host Benzie Central with 92 points, Kingsley finished third with 93. Andrew Plude, Jackson Buday and Nicholas Plude crossed the finish line 21-22-23 in 17:12, 18:13, 17:22, respectively for the Rayders, while Will Jeakle was 27th in 17:30, Tristen Rudolph finished 37th in 17:54, and Alex Gooch was 42nd in 18:02. “Both teams ran the way they have all year, they remained patient at the beginning of race, which went out very fast,” Charlevoix coaches Ken and Mary Plude said. “ey were confident in their racing style and in each other to perform as needed, the second halves of their races were great to coach and watch, and we are very proud of both squads and look forward to the state finals.” East Jordan’s Josh Wojan qualified as an individual as he finished 11th overall in a time of 16:33. Teammate Luke Hawely was 17th in 16:50; 23- Tyler Nachazel, 17:33; 41-Gabe Hawely, 18:01; 50-Tyler Galmore, 18:15; 73-Rob Nemeck, 19:49; and 74th Alex Moses in 20:07. Boyne City had a pair of individ- ual runners competing as freshman Garrett Fogo ran a personal and new freshman record in 17:34, finishing 30th overall, while two-sport athlete Jon Calo ran his best time of the sea- son in 19:25, finishing 70th overall. “Garrett has improved over the year, as he maintains focus and runs aggressively throughout the entire race,” Place noted. “Jon also played soccer and is one of the few athletes that can compete at two sports dur-

ing the same season and make a pos- itive contributions to both teams.” e Division III State finals sched-

ule has the girls running at 10:30am and the boys run at 11:30am.

charlevoix’samberWayfinished6thoveralltoleadtheRayderstoasecondplacefinishin

theregionalmeettoqualifyforthestatefinalsinbrooklyn,Mi.

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bychrisFiel

CENTRAL LAKE – As expected, the Johannesburg-Lewiston girls and Rogers City boys claimed the Divi- sion IV regional titles on October 28. e Ellsworth Lancers girl’s team knew it would be a battle for second

and third place, and that’s just what they did, they battled hard and came

e Boyne Falls tandem of Erica Westbrook and Kaylee Wilson quali-

away with a third place finish with

fied for the state meet in Brooklyn,

87 points, edging out Wolverine’s 99,

MI

as individuals. Westbrook placed

and Boyne Falls 114. Joburg finished

4th

overall in 20:50, while Wilson

with 31 and second place Rogers City came in with 77. Pacing the Lady Lancers again was Dana Neumann with a third place finish in 20:31, Joburg’s Merideth DeLuca was the winner in 19:09. Also for the Lancers, Taylor Hart- ley placed 27th in 22:56, Kendall Gosma was 29th in 23:25, Larissa Fisher was 38th, Emily Veenstra 54th, and Katelyn Sowers 62nd.

was 9th in 21:35. Other Logger runners were; 44- Kathryn Miller; 46-Alexis Bielas; 51- Megan Byrne; 63-Emily Matelski; and 66-Andrea Reynolds. In boy’s action, the Loggers fin- ished second as a team with 100 points, behind the 77 of Rogers City. Mackinaw City was third with 108, edging Mancelona by one, and Ellsworth finished 7th with 166.

Shane Dingman of Mancelona was the race winner in a time of 17 min- utes, 17 seconds. Leading Boyne Falls was eighth grader Marcus Matelski’s 8th place finish in 18:08, followed by a 12th place finish by senior Forrest Williams in 18:23. Also for the Loggers, Kory Skop was 17th in 18:37; 34-Hunter Williams, 19:21; 43-Brendan Matel- ski, 19:40; 44-Maxwell Reed, 19:50; and 75-Kevin Lange, 21:54. Ellsworth’s Winter Romeyn placed second overall in 17:31 to lead the Lancers and qualify for the state

meet as an individual. Also for Ellsworth, Jake Seaney was 20th in 18:43; Luke Seaney fin- ished 32nd in 19:20; 63-Dalton Swenson, 20:37; 65-Troy Vanden- berg, 20:54; 69-Chance Randall, 21:14; and 74-Christopher Wise,

21:53.

e Division IV girls race will take place at Michigan International Speedway at 10am, while the boys race is scheduled for an 11am start on November 5.

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Sports

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Volleyball

Area Volleyball Teams complete Regular Season Play

Area Volleyball Teams complete Regular Season Play

daniMatthew,alliecain,andMaryMyersenjoyamomentduringabreakinplay.

Rayder aces. e Rayder junior varsity was also in action and came out victors 25- 20, 25-16, 15-12 over the Blue Blaz- ers. Leading the young Charlevoix team was Jennaca Holcheck with six aces, five digs, and three kills. Also for the JV, Kelsey Pischner had eight aces and three digs, Jess-

icca Paramos added seven assists, and Madi Carey chipped in with four kills. e Charlevoix JV fin- ished with a 21-9-3 season record.

Reddevils

droppair

bychrisFiel

EAST JORDAN – ey battled hard, but came up short in their sea- son and conference final, as the Red Devil volleyball team fell to Harbor Springs 22-25, 20-25, 16-25 on Oc- tober 27. With the loss, East Jordan dropped to 3-11 in the conference, 4-11 overall. Valerie Peters finished with 13 digs, eight kills, and served at 100 percent to pace the Red Devils, while Kara LaVanway played a bal- anced game with eight kills, nine digs, and seven blocks, and Jordan Bacchus finished with 17 assists. In junior varsity action, the young Red Devils took two out of three against the host Rams, 25-8, 16-25,

26-24.

Tommie Outman and Kristen Malpass were the top setters, while the top hitters were Katie Spence and Paige Poindexter, and top servers were Mariah Holm and Out- man. e East Jordan JV finished with a 9-6 record on the season.

East Jordan JV finished with a 9-6 record on the season. PhotobycindaShuMaKER Emily crick of East

PhotobycindaShuMaKER

Emily crick of East Jordan elevates to blockanopponent’sshot.

EAST JORDAN – e co-confer- ence leading Grayling Vikings, paid a visit to East Jordan and were able to outduel the Red Devils 25-19, 25- 13, 25-11 in a Lake Michigan confer- ence match-up on October 25. East Jordan dropped to 4-10 over- all, 3-10 conference with the loss. Coach Anne Crick noted that Kara LaVanway, Valerie Peters, and Jordan Bacchus were the Red Devils standout players. e East Jordan JV defeated the young Vikings, 25-20, 25-18, 8-15.

PhotobycindaShuMaKER

Katie Spence and Bailey Sweeney were noted as the Red Devils top servers, Tommie Outman and Kris- ten Malpass the top setters, and Paige Poindexter and Spence were named the top hitters by coach Greg Swanson.

Ramblers

placethird

inLMc

bychrisFiel

BOYNE CITY – In their regular season conference finale, the Boyne City seniors stepped it up and helped deliver another Rambler vic- tory over Kalkaska 25-15, 25-10, 25- 8 on October 25. Boyne City improved to 18-20-8 overall, and 8-6 conference, finish- ing in a tie for third place behind front runners Charlevoix and Grayling. Leading the way for the Ramblers was the senior duo of Allie Cain and Ketrin Hocquard. Cain finished with 11 kills and seven blocks, while Hocquard chipped in with seven aces and seven digs. Also, for the Ramblers, Kylie Hicks had seven kills, and Heather Nichols finished with 21 assists and seven aces.

Goalone,

complete!

Ray d er s cap tu r e Lak e M ich ig an Conference Volleyball

bychrisFiel

CHARLEVOIX – e Rayder vol- leyball team knew going into their final league contest that if they took care of their own business, they would earn a share of the Lake Michigan Conference champi- onship. ey did just that, as they beat Kalkaska 25-7, 25-13, 25-8 in their last regular season meet on October 27, while at the same time, the other co-front runner, Grayling dropped their league final to Elk Rapids, thus giving Charlevoix an outright claim to the LMC title. With the victory, Charlevoix im- proved to 43-4-6 on the season, and 13-1 in the LMC, earning the cham- pionship by a game over the Vikings. Leading the charge once again, was the dependable and steady play of senior Jenna Way, as she finished with 21 assists from her setter posi- tion, while also chipping in with six digs, four kills, and a pair of aces. Madeline Boss and senior Megan Peters continued their steady play as well, finishing with 12 and eight kills, respectively. Also for Charlevoix, Anna Way recorded five kills and two blocks, senior Kelsey Way had three kills and was a per- fect 7-of-7 on serve receptions. Sen- ior Kelly Greyerbiehl chipped in with eight digs, Cassidy Peebles added six aces, senior Chelsie Hoff- man had five digs, and senior Mad- die Zimmerman added another four

five digs, and senior Mad- die Zimmerman added another four PhotobycindaShuMaKER

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Health &Wellness

November 3, 2011

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CharlevoixArea HospitalAnnounces Addition ofAdvanced CT System

New CT Scanner Helps Physicians Enhance Patient Care through High Quality, Low Dose Imaging Capabilities

CHARLEVOIX - Charlevoix Area Hospital (CAH) is the first hospital in Michigan to acquire the lat- est in CT diagnostic tech- nology. e new GE Optima CT660 was installed Tues- day, October 18 at CAH, and it is currently available

line equipment to meet the needs of area patients,” says Jennifer Cunningham, Lead CT Technologist at CAH. “I am incredibly pleased with this equipment and the ca- pabilities it offers our doc- tors and patients.” CT scans are used to diag- nose serious illness or injury

Low dose scanning is espe- cially beneficial for women who may be or may become pregnant, patients requiring repeat CT exams, and chil- dren. CAH already follows the “Image Gently” pedi- atrics dosing protocol, which monitors and reduces the radiation dosage given

which monitors and reduces the radiation dosage given couRtESyPhoto

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Jennifercunningham,LeadcttechnologistassistsandreaSchnell,RegisteredX-Raytech-

nologistinasimulationscanonthenewoptimact660atcharlevoixareahospital.

for scans. is advanced CT scanner is the newest from GE, and it offers improved image performance, work- flow, and low-dose scan- ning, which will help CAH’s physicians make better diag- noses. “Charlevoix Area Hospital is committed to providing high-quality services to this community and top-of-the-

especially when the cause or symptoms are not easily de- tectable with a conventional physical exam. One key fea- ture of the Optima 660 is that it provides exceptional diagnostic imaging while re- ducing radiation dosage. e dosage is up to 40% lower than the previous technology, with improved image clarity and resolution.

to children receiving scans. e new equipment will lower that dose even more. Another new feature is the “Dose Check” technology that will help technologists manage the amount of radi- ation given to patients. “Dose Check” notifies and alerts CT users prior to scanning if the estimated dose is above set values. Ad-

ditionally, the technology requires user authority checks and it enables specif- ically-defined pediatric and adult alert values. CAH believes that doctors and patients should receive the valuable information provided in their scans as soon as possible. anks to pre-set protocols for trauma situations, the hospital will be able to scan patients more quickly than previ- ously. In addition, they can provide same day results for other CT services including CT Angiography (Renal, Carotid, Mesenteric, Aorta Run-offs), Advanced Vessel Analysis, Brain Perfusion, and Lung Nodule Analysis. “is technology was in- troduced a few years ago in Europe, but was only re- cently approved for use in the U.S. We were due to renew our contract or up- grade our equipment, and this was a perfect opportu- nity to acquire this new sys- tem,” says Joe Schodde, Vice President of Finance at CAH. “is means better imaging capabilities and better safeguards for our pa- tients’ health.” e Optima CT660 is a 64-slice scanner and is also among the world’s most en- ergy efficient CT systems, using approximately 60% less energy than the previ- ous scanner. It can also offer more detailed images of pa- tients up to 500 lbs., and, it has faster scan times and a 12-inch display screen that shows relaxing videos or cartoons to increase patient comfort during the exam. Charlevoix Area Hospital Imaging Department pro- vides the highest quality im- ages and technology to

northern Michigan in a re- laxed, friendly environment. e CT suite is spacious and calming, with a large visual therapy ceiling mural. e department goal is to pro- vide an environment that is as stress free as possible and imaging technology that is second to none.

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