Rams sophomore Sofie Seitz attacks the goal in Monday's game against Kalkaska. The Rams won 8-0. (Harbor Light Newspaper photo by Charles O'Neill)
Upcoming Sporting Events (weather permitting)
Girls Varsity Soccer: Thursday, April 25 at TC St. Francis at 5 pm; Friday, April 26 vs Charlevoix, 7 pm; Monday, April 29 at Glen Lake, 5 pm; Tuesday, April 30 at East Jordan, 5 pm
Girls Varsity Tennis: Saturday, at Petoskey (Quad), 11 am; Tuesday, April 40 at Grayling, 4:30
Girls Varsity Softball: Thursday, April 25 home vs Rudyard, 4:15; Monday, April 29 at Alanson (B team), 4:30; Tuesday, April 30 at Boyone City, 4:30
Boys & Girls Track & Field: Wednesday, April 24, at home Ram Scram, 4 pm; Friday, April 26 at Ogemaw Heights Falcon Invite, 4 pm; Monday, April 29, LMC Meet at Boyne City, 4 pm;
Boys Varsity Baseball: Thursday, April 25 home vs Rudyard, 4:15; Monday, April 29 at Alanson, 4:30; Tuesday, April 30 at Boyne City, 4:30
Junior Varsity Baseball: Thursday, April 25 at Rudyard, 4:15; Tuesday, April 30 home vs Boyne City, 4:30; Wed,, May 1 at Petoskey (Fresh) 4:30
Boys Varsity Golf: Wednesday, April 24 at LMC 9 Hole Match, 4:30; Monday, Aprl 29 at LMC 18 Hole Match, Noon, Wednesday, May 1 at Elk Rapids LMC 9 hole match 4:30
MS Girls & Boys Track & Field: Thursday, April 30 home LMC Meet 4 pm;
Girls Varsity Tennis
Tuesday, April 16, home vs Charlevoix
Harbor Springs 8, Charlevoix 0
Weather has been a real problem for the spring sports forcing many cancellations, but the Girls Varsity Tennis team opened their season on Tuesday, April 16 with 8-0 win against Charlevoix.. In singles: 1-Leah Collie won 6-3, 6-2; 2-Emily Lesky, 7-5, 6-2; 3-Abbey Knoodle, 6-0, 6-0; 4-Alexa Jensen-Philbrick, 7-5, 6-4. Doubles: 1-Perry Bower-Rae Claramunt won 7-6, 6-3; 2-Eva Zoerhof-Mikayla Dickins,, 6-1, 6-1; 3-Claire Cunningham-Allison Green, 6-2, 6-0; Liza Wilkes-Rachel Postma, 6-2, 6-0.
Saturday, April 20, home, first annual Harbor Springs Morel Cup Tournament
Harbor Springs finished with a 2-0-1 overall record and placed third overall. They opened with a 3-1 win over Cheboygan. Rhi Cullip had 2 goals and Sophie Seitz had 1; Tia Esposito had 2 assists, Layne Compton had 1; Sydney Elkins was the winning goalkeeper. Harbor then fell to Ann Arbor Huron, 4-2, in a shootout. Seitz got both goals; Betsey Simons had both assists. Elkins in goal stopped a pair of shootout attempts. In the final game, Harbor beat Alpena 3-2. Seitz scored 2 goals, Cullip had the other. Esposito and Compton had the assists, Maddie Savard was the winning goalkeeper. Utica Eisenhower won the overall tournament title, beating Ann Arbor in the title game. Harbor is coached by Ed Fantozzi.
Monday, April 22, home vs Kalkaska
Harbor Springs 8, Kalkaska 0
Goals scored: Rhi Cullip, Sadie Cwikiel, Sophie Seitz, Tia Esposito, Robin Dendel, Layne Compton, Meg Shepherd, Mia Trabucchi. Maddy Savard and Sydney Elkins split time in goal.
Boys Varsity Golf
Grayling Country Club, April 22.
This was the first Lake Michigan Conference 18-Hole match of the year.
Harbor Springs finished 5th out of 8 conference teams.
For Harbor Springs: Junior Bennett Langton, shot 83, and tied for 8th overall. Sophomore Hayden Grzelak shot 87. Senior James Adams shot 88. Senior Stewart Bower shot 87. The Rams as a team shot a total 345.
Traverse City St. Francis. Charlevoix tied for first with team totals of 333. Kalkaska came in second with 334 and Grayling finished third with. 339.
Medalist for the match was Traverse City St. Francis' Parker Gus who shot 74.
"We were pleased to see 4 guys shoot in the 80's in our first match of the year," said Harbor Springs coach Pete Kelbel. "It was our 2nd time outdoors. Only 12 shots separated us from the first place team, so we know we can sharpen up and compete well in the future'."
Varsity Track & Field
Monday, April 22 LMC Meet at East Jordan
1. Charlevoix, 112 points, 2. Harbor Springs, 77; 3. East Jordan, 43; 4. Boyne City, 24. First Place Finishes: Harbor Boys: San Hansen won long jump 18' 2 1/2"; John Bailey won 400 56.15; Charlie Dryer won 300 Hurdles, 43.62. Harbor Girls: Salix Sampson won the 100, 13.49 and the 200, 28.56; Jessica Worm won 3200, 14:13.92; 3200 Relay team won (Taylor Sydow, Kaitlyn Alessi, Regan Damoose & Emily Bosley, 11:38.83