Area sports: Orthosport, Goodfellows win league hockey titles
Tyler Cain of the Petoskey Speed Skating Club skates during the Michigan State Indoor Short Track Speed Skating Championships at Walker Arena in Muskegon. Cain, a sophomore at Petoskey High School, won the 500-, 777-, 1,000- and 1,500-meter races in the Junior (age 15-16) Division. It was the first time Cain participated in the state finals. (courtesy photo)
Orthosport defeated Conway Towing, 3-0, in the Division I title game.
Goodfellows downed Pat & Gary’s, 4-1, in the Division II championship contest.
Orthosport 3, Conway Towing 0: Orthosport, Kip Rutledge, two goals; Troy Downing, goal; Jim VanAntwerp, Gary Lafond, Brad Chambers, assists; Brent LaFaive, winning goaltender.
Goodfellows 4, Pat & Gary’s 1: Goodfellows, Steve Saddison, goal, two assists; Andy Johnson, goal, assist; Jeffrey Rizzo, goal, assist; Chris Helstrom, goal; Clyde Hart, Carl Redder, assists; Mike McKillip, winning goaltender. Pat & Gary’s, Rob Oliver, goal, Jeff Migda, assist.
Top three finishers by age group in the annual Dynastar/Lange giant slalom race at Nub’s Nob.
Age 8-under: Girls, 1-Claire Scholton, 2-Emily Hart; boys, 1-Robbie Gillette, 2-Max Bassett, 3Cal Benjamin.
9-10: 1-Emma Makela, 2-Megan Scholton, 3-Franny Kelbel; boys, Rori Anderson, 2-Michael Iverson.
11-12: Girls, 1-Erica Chown, 2-Abbey Scholten, 3-Stephanie Stenger; boys, 1-Mitch Makela, 2-Ethan Siegwart, 3-Sean Stock.
13-14: Girls, 1-Sydney Elkins, 2-Sarah Holmes; boys, 1-Matthew Fought, 2-John Bailey, 3-Noah Hart.
15-17: Girls, 1-Abigail Ellis, 2-Rose Pellegrom, 3-Malory Slicker; boys, 1-Aiden Anderson, 2-Nicholas Mogford, 3-Phillip Stenger.
18-29: Women, 1-Kelly Malone, 2-Bridget Stenger; men, 1-Jim Dilworth.
30-39: Women, 1-Kristina Keener; men, 1-Dan Ledingham, 2-James Malone.
40-49: Women, 1-Annie Mooradian, 2-Julia Makela, 3-Deborah Andreen; men, 1-Paul Mooradian, 2-Bryan Leavitt, 3-Greg Benjamin.
50-59: Women, 1-Suzanne Holmes, 2-Sharon Hubbard; men, 1-Tom Gallagher, 2-Bill Mason, 3-Stan Stock.
60-over: Women, 1-Chris Liegl; men, 1-Tom Morrish, 2-Tom Koch, 3-Jim Flowers.
Pro: Women, 1-Mary Weitzel-Bailey; men, 1-Phil Reece, 2-Ken Harris, 3-Bob Mogford.