College Roundup: Local Athletes Competing At College Level | Sports

• Davenport University Junior Guard Makenna Bryant (Cadillac HS) had two rebounds and two assists in the Panthers’ 70-59 season-opener loss to Maryville on Friday.

She also had six points and three steals in a 62-55 win over Missouri-St. Louis on Saturday.

• Hope College sophomore Olivia Bellows (Lake City HS) had 19 points, seven rebounds and one assist in the Dutch team’s opening 143-57 win over Geneva on Friday. student in the first year Megan Bennett (McBain NMC) also had six points, four rebounds and two assists.

Bellows had nine points and a steal in a 99-73 win over Illinois Wesleyan on Saturday while Bennett had two rebounds.

• Junior of Lake Superior State University Jaden Wilder (Manton HS) had six points and four assists in the Lakers’ 78-70 loss to Findlay on Friday.

She also had seven points, four rebounds and three assists in a 73-68 loss to Northwood on Saturday.

• Sophomore at Mid Michigan Community College Kaiden McGillis (McBain HS) had 18 points, seven rebounds, an assist, a steal and a block in the Lakers’ 113-72 win over the Alma College JV team on Wednesday.

• Trine University Senior Guard Makayla Ardis (Lake City HS) had eight points, four rebounds and a steal in Thunder’s 77-34 win over Benedictine on Nov. 8.

She also had four points, two rebounds and an assist in a 75-70 loss in double overtime to Baldwin Wallace on Friday.

• Sophomore at Eastern Michigan University Chloe Musta (Cadillac HS) finished 151st overall in a time of 11:00 p.m. at the NCAA Division I Great Lakes Regional in Terre Haute, Indiana on Friday.

• Lansing Community College sophomore Gabrielle Butcher (Cadillac HS) finished 20th overall in Saturday’s NJCAA Division II Cross Country Championships in Tallahassee, Fla. in a time of 20:09.

The Stars finished first as a team with 57 points, beating Mesa (Ariz.) CC by just one point for the national title.

• Albion college senior running back Phillip Jones-Price (Reed City HS) carried the ball 13 times for 38 yards in Britain’s 34-31 loss to Alma College.

Albion finished the season 9-1 overall.

• First linebacker at Alma College Collin Johnston (Cadillac HS) recorded a tackle in Scotland’s 34-31 win over Albion College on Saturday. second grader Trever Salani (Manton HS) and freshman defensive lineman Blake Swiger (Cadillac HS) also saw time in contention.

Alma (10-0 overall) won the MIAA title with the win and will host Mount St. Joseph in the first round of the NCAA Division III Playoffs on Saturday.

• Senior Defense Attorney at Colgate University JacksonPrice (Reed City HS) had five tackles in the Red Raiders’ 36-33 loss to Lehigh on Saturday.

• Michigan Tech sophomore Ben Marion (Lake City HS) recorded a tackle in the Huskies’ 35-30 loss to Saginaw Valley State on Saturday.

• Sophomore at Northwood University Owen Bontekoe (McBain HS) recorded three tackles in the Timberwolves’ 34-14 win over Walsh on Saturday.

• Freshmen at Lake Superior State University Lindsey Tonello (Cadillac HS) scored their first collegiate goals as the Lakers beat Davenport University 14-2, 11-0 over the weekend.

• Sophomore at Cornstone University Emma Whitley (Pine River HS) recorded a dig in the Golden Eagles’ 3-0 win over Concordia in the first round of the WHAC tournament on Wednesday.

She also had two goals in Saturday’s 3-2 win over Indiana Tech in the championship match.

Additionally, Whitley was named a Cornerstone nominee for the WHAC Champion of Character Team.

The award goes to the player who best represents the five NAIA core character traits of respect, responsibility, servant leadership, sportsmanship and integrity. Whitley has earned this honor for the first time in her career.

Cornerstone (32-3 overall) hosts St. Thomas (Fla.) University in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament on Saturday.

• Sophomore at the University of New Haven Macy Brown (Cadillac HS) had 12 kills, an assist, an ace, a block and seven digs in the Chargers’ 3-0 loss to Adelphi in the first round of Thursday’s Northeast-10 Conference tournament.

• Freshmen at Northwood University Renee Brines (Cadillac HS) had 26 assists and three swipes in the Timberwolves’ 3-0 loss to Hillsdale in the first round of the G-MAC tournament on Thursday.

Brines also received All-GMAC honors for the third team.

She finished the regular season third in the league in assists per set with 10.04 and finished 15th in the league at Assen with .34 per set.

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