2018-2019 Boys Varsity Basketball
2018-2019 Boys JV Basketball
2018-2019 Boys Freshman Basketball
2018-2019 Girls Varsity Basketball
2018-2019 Girls JV Basketball
2018-2019 Girls Freshman Basketball
2018-2019 Varsity Competitive Cheer
2018-2019 JV Competitive Cheer
2018-2019 Boys Varsity Swim
2018-2019 Boys Varsity Hockey
2018-2019 Varsity Wrestling
2018-2019 Boys Varsity Football Team
2018-2019 Boys JV Football Team
2018-2019 Boys Freshman Football Team
2018-2019 Girls Varsity Sideline Cheer
2018-2019 Girls JV Sideline Cheer
2018-2019 Girls Varsity Swimming
2018-2019 Girls Varsity Golf
2018-2019 Girls Varsity Volleyball
2018-2019 Girls JV Volleyball
2018-2019 Girls Freshman Volleyball
2018-2019 Boys Varsity Tennis Team
2018-2019 Boys JV Tennis Team
2018-2019 Boys Varsity Soccer Team
2018-2019 Boys JV Soccer Team
2018-2019 Boys Cross Country Team
2018-2019 Girls Cross Country Team
The Lady Jags traveled to Gibraltar Carlson on Thursday for the season-opening meet. After a re-scheduled date, the weather was extremely favorable, which aided in some impressive early season performances. The Jaguar squad started the meet strong, scoring 50 points in the first 9 contested events, and coasted past the opposing Marauders with an impressive 95-42 victory. Leading the charge for the Jags was Lyric Spears (Sr.) who scored 15 points in her 3 individual events, with victories in the Long Jump (17' 1/2"), 100m High Hurdles (15.50), and the 100m dash (12.8). She also added a successful leg of the winning 4x100m Relay (53.9), along with Marisa Kepes (Jr.), Jessika Palmarchuk (Jr.), and Emma Watson (Fr.). Kylee Dietz (So.) had a career day in the High Jump with a winning jump of 4'8" and followed up with a 2nd place finish in 100m High Hurdles (18.64) and a 3rd place finish in the 300m Low Hurdles (58.5). Lisa Luecke (Fr.) posted a pair of victories in the 1600m (6:08) & 3200m (13:54). Morgan Cartwright (Sr.) cruised to a win in the 300m Low Hurdles (53.4), while Abby Raftis (Fr.) cinched the team win with a victory in the 400m (1:08.3). Maddie Scroggins (Sr.) made a statement in the discus with a toss of 90'3 1/2", while teammate Izzy Conn (Jr.) posted a win in the shot put with a heave of 30'3" and placed 2nd in the discus (77'4"). Gianna Tiberia (So.) had a quality day in the jumps, vaulting to 8'0" in the Pole Vault to lead the field and followed with a runner-up leap in the Long Jump (13' 7 1/2"). The squad will have the week off due to Spring Break, but will be back in action against Wyandotte Roosevelt 3:30PM on Tuesday, April 9 @ Roosevelt High School. NOTES: With her leap of 17' 1/2", Lyric Spears is just the second Lady Jag to break the 17-foot barrier in the Long Jump, behind her coach, Meghan Terry (17' 6 1/4"). Complete Results ...
The Allen Park boy harriers capped off league competition for the season, Thursday, in the Downriver League Championship meet held at Lake Erie Metropark. The boys entered the day in 2 nd place in the season standings. Overall in the meet, the boys placed 3 rd , behind the champions, Woodhaven and just 5-points behind Southgate Anderson. With their 3 rd place finish in the Championship race, the Jags claimed 2 nd place overall on the season in the Downriver League! Leading the Jags was Troy Schnell (17:25.2, 10 th ), who posted a personal-best en route to 2 nd Team All-Downriver League honors. Ryan Nicholson (17:40.8, 14 th ) was next across the line for the Jags in personal record time, followed by the captain Lucas Eccleton (17:46.2, 18 th ). Vetaly Hayden (17:50.4, 21 st ) and Isaiah Jacobs (18:25.5, 30 th ) rounded out the scoring for the Jaguar harriers. In J.V. action, the Allen Park boys battled their way to a meet victory, edging Woodhaven 35-36. Dylan Holly (19:05.2, 4 th ) and Nick Wrona (19:05.5, 5 th ) took charge in the final half-mile to split up the lead trio from Woodhaven. Avery Sanchez (19:17.5, 7 th ) was next across the line. Troy Rogalski (19:31.5, 8 th ) made an excellent final charge to put Woodhaven’s 4 th runner behind him in the final 100 meters. Collin Miracle (19:42.9, 11 th ) rounded out the scoring, but Jerry Kephart (19:47.5, 13 th ) and David Pace (19:55.0, 15 th ) were able to edge Woodhaven’s 5 th , pushing their score higher, which clinched the victory for the Reserve squad. With the win, the J.V. squad claimed the overall title in the Downriver League! NOTES : This is the 3 rd time in the past 5 seasons that the boys Varsity harriers have placed runner-up in the final standings; Troy ran 4,870 meters with 1 shoe (after an ill-advised maneuver through the only muddy spot on the course); Isaiah fought through a rough bout of food-poisoning earlier in the day to compete; 5 Jags set personal-bests & 16 ran course-best times Downriver League Championship Results ...
The Jags harriers competed in their second (of three) Downriver League competitions yesterday at Young Patriots' Park in Riverview. Although the times did not show it, the boys had one of their strongest races of the season, pacing to another 2nd place finish. In fact, they cut the projected deficit to Woodhaven from 59 points down to just 28 points! Troy Schnell (11th, 18:03) once again led the Jags and improved his chances for an All-League bid. Following close behind, with crucial close proximity to each other, were Vetaly Hayden (14th, 18:14), Isaiah Jacobs (16th, 18:16 PR), and Lucas Eccleton (18th, 18:18). Capping off the scoring was Ryan Nicholson (23rd, 18:32) and Terry Emeigh (25th, 18:47), who pushed the challenging Wyandotte Roosevelt Bears' score higher. In the J.V. race, the Jags rode a 23-second spread between the scoring-5 to double-up the Woodhaven Warriors. Collin Miracle (3rd, 19:34) took charge of the race early and continually cut into the leading Warriors. Avery Sanchez (4th, 19:35) finished the final half-mile with a strong kick gaining a lot of ground on the field. Dylan Holly (6th, 19:49), Nick Wrona (7th, 19:52), and Troy Rogalski (8th, 19:57) rounded out the scoring and traded places for much of the race. NOTES: 3 Jags posted personal best races, while 2 others improved their season-best times. ; The Jags will next compete Saturday in the Wayne County Championship at Willow Metropark. Downriver League Jamboree II Results ...
The Allen Park Jags harriers traveled to Springfield Oaks County Park in Davisburg on Saturday to compete in the 51st Holly/Duane Raffin Festival of Races. The Varsity squad finished in 7th place amongst the 19-team field, despite having a few casualties along the way. Lucas Eccleton led the way for the Jags, moving as high as 12th place with 120- meters remaining, before succumbing to the effects of heat exhaustion. He was able to bravely stagger and eventually crawl across the finish line. Troy Schnell (18:33.3, 22nd) & Isaiah Jacobs (18:38.4, 27th) led the scoring and were both able to find the podium as medalists. Troy finished with a strong charge, passing 5 other harriers in the final 150-meters, while Isaiah improved his season-best time by 1-minute, en route to his personal best performance. Ryan Nicholson (19:15.5, 43rd) and Terry Emeigh (19:54.5, 62nd) rounded out the scoring. In J.V. action, the Allen Park squad finished 4th amongst the 17-team field, just 1-point from 3rd place. Collin Miracle (20:18.1, 19th) led the squad for the majority race, until Daniel Reckling (20:15.5, 18th) passed him on the final hill. Nick Wrona (20:20.0, 21st), Dylan Holly (20:20.3, 22nd), & Justin Miner (20:56.2, 33rd) rounded out the scoring. Troy Rogalski (21:10.3, 38th) continued his improvement streak, improving his personal best time by another 40-seconds! NOTE: Vetaly Hayden rolled his ankle around 2.8K and did not finish; 8 Jaguar harriers posted season-best times, with 3 of those being personal bests; 12 of 15 Jags posted personal course records for the Springfield Oaks course; Race temperature 83-degrees (67% humidity) Holly Results ...
At the 9 th Woodhaven Warrior Classic held at Lake Erie Metropark, the Allen Park Boys Cross Country squad came up just short of a trophy Friday night, finishing 4 th with 147 points, 4 points shy of 3 rd place Wyandotte Roosevelt. Vetaly Hayden led the way, posting a 17:37, which was good for 8 th . Joining him on the medals stand were Lucas Eccleton (18:07, 16 th ) and Troy Schnell (18:22, 22 nd ). Terry Emeigh (18:47, 38 th ) and Avery Sanchez (19:35, 66 th ) rounded out the scoring for the Jags. In the JV race, the Allen Park squad posted an impressive score of 30 points, enough to out-duel the host Woodhaven team by 12 points. Justin Miner, Collin Miracle, Miguel Gonzalez, Dylan Holly, and Jerry Kephart finished 4 th – 8 th respectively with a time spread of just 9.3 seconds, while Nick Wrona and Daniel Reckling finished a few spots back in 11 th & 12 th , which pushed all other team scores higher. This was the first Invitational victory for a JV squad in decades! The Jaguar harriers will next compete at the 51 st Holly Festival of Races next Saturday at Springfield Oaks Park in Davison, MI. NOTES: 6 Jags posted Personal Best times; 11 Jags improved time from last season’s event; Avery Sanchez had the biggest improvement, 4-minutes, 03.9 seconds better than last year. Warrior Classic Results ...