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Hemlock Finishes Winter Sports Season with Victorious Moments
Hemlock Finishes Winter Sports Season with Victorious Moments
Frank Yell/Kelly Phillion
Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Hemlock High School completed the winter sports season with many victorious moments.

The Boys’ Varsity Basketball team finished the season at 14-7, for a 3rd place finish in our conference. Boys’ Varsity Basketball Sophmore Nolan Finkbeiner received First Team All-Conference honors. Second Team All-Conference honors went to Sophomore Michael Zolinski. Honorable Mention awards went to Senior Jonas Kanouse and Junior Brady Devereaux. The Boys’ Junior Varsity team was undefeated this season with a final record of 18-0. The Boys’ Freshmen team lost only two games all season. Both losses were to an amazing Ithaca team.

The Girls’ Varsity Basketball team earned the Tri-Valley West Championship title and District title completing the season with a final record of 24-1. Girls’ Varsity Basketball Senior Katy Snyder and Junior Sydney Peake received First Team All-Conference honors. Second Team All-Conference honors went to Sophomore Cassidy Peake and Junior Kylee Ryder.

Hemlock’s Pompon Team received a first-place victory at the Michigan State University’s Breslin Center in the Mid-American Pompon State Championship for the second year in a row. Our middle school team finished 5th at the state finals.

Wrestling Awards for TVC First Team All-Conference went to Senior Josh Kenny and Sophomore Jeremy Wazny. Second Team All-Conference honors were given to Freshmen Josh Collins and Bella Wazny. Senior Jordan and brother Sophomore Jarret Weigold received Honorable Mention.

Principal Green said, “Hemlock is very fortunate to offer such a wide range of sport and academic activities.  There is truly something for everyone. We couldn’t be more proud of how our students balance it.”