Live Video Stream Information for 10/19/21 Varsity Volleyball vs. Gladstone

Live Video Stream Information for 10/19/21 Varsity Volleyball vs. Gladstone

Live video stream coverage of tonight’s varsity volleyball match vs. Gladstone (10/19/21; 7:00 p.m.) is available through the following means:

Live Video Stream:

A subscription to the NFHS Network is required to watch the live stream of MHSAA athletic events. To subscribe, visit our home page on the NFHS Network (https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/marquette-senior-high-school-marquette-mi) or www.tinyurl.com/REDspn.

Then, click “Subscribe” in the upper right hand corner and indicate that you support Marquette Senior High School. When you support us, we receive a share of the revenue.

Subscriptions are $10.99/month or $69.99/year.  With each account, three computers may log on to the live stream concurrently.

Team Rosters:

Varsity Boys Soccer Captures 14th Consecutive U.P. Championship; Ends Season With 21-2 Record

Varsity Boys Soccer Captures 14th Consecutive U.P. Championship; Ends Season With 21-2 Record

Varsity Boys Soccer (21-2)

The MSHS Varsity Boys Soccer team hosted the U.P. Boys Soccer Championships on Saturday, 10/16/21, at the Kaufman Sports Complex in Marquette.  Teams competing in the Division 1 Tournament included Houghton, Iron Mountain, Kingsford, Marquette and Sault Ste. Marie.

After defeating Houghton in semifinal contest by a score of 5-0, the team claimed the 2021 U.P. Championship by defeating Iron Mountain 8-0 in the event final.  The tournament win is the 14th consecutive U.P. title for the MSHS Varsity Boys Soccer Team.

Game 1 – Semifinal:  Marquette 5, Houghton 0

  • Max Dawson got the goal scoring started with a marker assisted by Ayden Beaudry and John Weber.
  • Harrison Anthos faced six shots in net for a 1-0 halftime lead.
  • Marquette broke the game open in the second half off with another Dawson goal assisted by Evan Sysko.
  • Sysko then scored a goal of his own with assists being awarded to Ezra Pickard and Weber.
  • Nick Lindberg made the score 4-0 from on a goal assisted by Pickard and Zane Phillips.
  • Pickard finished the scoring on a goal assisted by Indigo Catalano.
  • During the game, Max Dawson broke the single season boys goal record for Marquette (36) with his 36th and 37th goals of the season.

Game 2 – Championship:  Marquette 8, Iron Mountain 0

  • In the championship game, Max Dawson again started the scoring off with a goal assisted by John Weber.
  • Enzo Stabile followed that up with a goal (assisted by Weber) to double the MSHS lead early in the first half.
  • Ezra Pickard made it 3-0, which was quickly followed by a diving header goal scored by Isaac Johnson to put the score at 4-0.  Both goals were assisted by Lamb Ngafeeson.
  • Pickard then finished the first half goal scoring off with a goal assisted by Nick Lindberg making it 5-0 at the halftime break.
  • In the second half, Dawson got his second of the game and 39th of the season with an assist going to Ethan Sandstrom.
  • Axel Vermaat made the score 7-0 (unassisted).
  • Hayden Byma then finished the scoring and the game with a goal assisted by Vermaat.
  • Harrison Anthos did not face a single shot in net.

From MSHS Head Coach, Dan Salmon:

  • “After a long stretch with no games, we came out a little slow but once we settled in things started going our way.  Max Dawson always sets the tone for us and he really stepped it up today.  Iron Mountain is a good, well coached team and, after beating us earlier in the season, we really wanted to get back on the field with them.  It was the perfect setting for that in the championship of the U.P. Tournament.  The coaching staff challenged the boys to play a complete game, which we did.  I’m very proud of the fact the defense did not give up any shots and the offense had 10 different players gain a goal or assist. It was a true team effort in the championship game.”
Varsity Football Uses Complete Team Effort To Take Down Traverse City West, 28-15

Varsity Football Uses Complete Team Effort To Take Down Traverse City West, 28-15

Varsity Football (6-2; 3-1 Great Northern Conference)

Marquette 28, Traverse City West 15 

Game Recap:

Week 8 Subvarsity Scores:

  • JV:  MSHS 42, Traverse City West 6
  • Freshman:  MSHS 24, Traverse City West 6

Next Up:

The MSHS football teams will next travel to Petoskey on Friday, 10/22/21, for their final game of the 2021 regular season.

  • Freshman:  Friday, 10/22/21, at Petoskey – 1:00 p.m.
  • JV:  Friday, 10/22/21, at Petoskey – 3:30 p.m.
  • Varsity:   Friday, 10/22/21, at Petoskey – 7:00 p.m.
Media Coverage for 10/15/21 Varsity Football vs. Traverse City West

Media Coverage for 10/15/21 Varsity Football vs. Traverse City West

Media coverage of tonight’s varsity football game vs. Traverse City West (10/15/21; 7:00 p.m.) is available through the following means:

Live Video Stream:

A subscription to the NFHS Network is required to watch the live stream of MHSAA athletic events. To subscribe, visit our home page on the NFHS Network (https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/marquette-senior-high-school-marquette-mi) or www.tinyurl.com/REDspn.

Then, click “Subscribe” in the upper right hand corner and indicate that you support Marquette Senior High School. When you support us, we receive a share of the revenue.

Subscriptions are $10.99/month or $69.99/year.  With each account, three computers may log on to the live stream concurrently.

Radio Coverage:

Radio coverage of the game can be found through WFXD Marquette on 103.3 FM.

Audio streaming is also available from the WFXD Marquette website at www.wfxd.com.

Team Rosters:

Girls Cross Country Wins 2021 Great Northern Conference Championship

Girls Cross Country Wins 2021 Great Northern Conference Championship

On Thursday afternoon, the MSHS Girls Cross Country team traveled to compete in the 2021 Great Northern Conference (GNC) Championships at the North Shore Golf Club and hosted by Menominee High School.

Girls Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 22
  2. Gladstone – 43
  3. Escanaba – 82
  4. Kingsford – 95
  5. Menominee – NTS

Top 15 Girls Varsity Race Finishers (All-GNC Team):

  1. Monet Argeropoulos – Marquette – 22:01.6
  2. Jamisyn Bergeron – Gladstone – 22:08.6
  3. Tessa Bruns – Marquette – 22:11.3
  4. Attica Brandt – Menominee – 22:19.0
  5. Courtney Larson – Marquette – 22:30.3
  6. Samantha Strasler – Gladstone – 22:44.1
  7. Jordann Stephenson – Marquette – 22:52.0
  8. Gabby Carey – Kingsford – 22:52.3
  9. Emmi Kruhak – Marquette – 23:09.8
  10. Elodie Malherbe – Marquette – 23:23.6
  11. Lilly Karl – Gladstone – 23:41.1
  12. Ava Gardner – Escanaba – 23:48.8
  13. Lauren Sundquist – Gladstone – 23:54.7
  14. Allie Simon – Escanaba – 24:20.2
  15. Kristy Karl – Gladstone – 24:28.7

Marquette’s Zared Smith placed first in the girls junior varsity race with a time of 22:14.8.

Full meet results can be found on the Superior Timing website at this link.

The MSHS Cross Country Teams will next compete at the MHSAA U.P. Cross Country Finals that will be hosted at Gentz’s Homestead Golf Course in Marquette on Saturday, October 23.  Races will begin at 11:00 a.m.

Boys Cross Country Wins 2021 Great Northern Conference Championship

Boys Cross Country Wins 2021 Great Northern Conference Championship

On Thursday afternoon, the MSHS Boys Cross Country team traveled to compete in the 2021 Great Northern Conference (GNC) Championships at the North Shore Golf Club and hosted by Menominee High School.

Boys Team Scores:

  1. Marquette – 20
  2. Gladstone – 55
  3. Escanaba – 77
  4. Menominee – 86
  5. Kingsford – NTS

Top 15 Boys Varsity Race Finishers (All-GNC Team):

  1. Drew Hughes – Gladstone – 17:22.0
  2. Carson Vanderschaaf – Marquette – 17:58.1
  3. Brady Ketzenberger – Marquette – 18:06.2
  4. Luke Janofski – Marquette – 18:16.9
  5. Cullen Papin – Marquette – 18:26.0
  6. Adam White – Marquette – 18:34.8
  7. Chase Thomsen – Marquette – 18:42.7
  8. Daniel Smith – Escanaba – 19:01.7
  9. Seppi Camilli – Marquette – 19:02.2
  10. Aaron Hughes – Gladstone – 19:07.8
  11. Tanner Howes – Gladstone – 19:35.4
  12. Brock Murphy – Menominee – 19:58.2
  13. Andrew Bracket – Gladstone – 20:11.9
  14. Nick Hamlin – Escanaba – 20:21.5
  15. Joey Lundholm – Kingsford – 20:23.3

Marquette’s Henry Wood placed first in the boys junior varsity race with a time of 19:52.7.

Full meet results can be found on the Superior Timing website at this link.

The MSHS Cross Country Teams will next compete at the MHSAA U.P. Cross Country Finals that will be hosted at Gentz’s Homestead Golf Course in Marquette on Saturday, October 23.  Races will begin at 11:00 a.m.

Kelsey Kivi and Austin Ridl Honored as September Student-Athletes of the Month

Kelsey Kivi and Austin Ridl Honored as September Student-Athletes of the Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Kelsey Kivi (sideline cheer) and Austin Ridl (football) have been named as the Student-Athletes of the Month for September 2021.

Kelsey Kivi is a senior student at MSHS and currently participates as the sole senior on the MSHS Varsity Cheer Team.

The fall sports season is certainly a busy time for Kelsey as she dual-participates as a member of both the MSHS Cheer Team and Marching Bands.  Her senior year marks her fourth as a simultaneous participant in each of these programs.

Academically, Kelsey is a three-year member of the honor roll.  Outside of school, Kelsey volunteers time as a Bay Cliff Camp Counselor and also participates in service activities with her fellow cheer teammates such as bagging groceries and helping with the Haunted Hayride.  She is also employed as a server at the Marquette Big Boy.

In her free time, Kelsey enjoys dancing, skiing and baking.  Her post-high school plans are to continue her education and pursue a degree in Architecture and Interior Design.  She also plans to receive a certificate in Cosmetology.

Austin Ridl is a senior captain on this year’s Varsity Football Team at MSHS and is in the midst of his third consecutive season as the team’s quarterback.  The team currently owns a 5-2 overall record and 3-1 mark in the Great Northern Conference (GNC).

As a junior, Austin had a standout football season.  He was named to the All-U.P. “Dream Team” and All-GNC teams in addition to also garnering All-State Honorable Mention accolades.  As a member of the MSHS Boys Track & Field Team last spring, Austin was a member of the 400-Meter Relay Team that set a new school record and was also a member of the 800-Meter Relay Team that captured first place at the MHSAA U.P. Track & Field Finals.

In the classroom, Austin maintains a 3.92 cumulative GPA, has made the honor roll each semester of his enrollment and is a member of the National Honor Society.  Outside of school, Austin works as a youth football official for Marquette County Youth Football and is a manager at Wake U.P., the school coffee shop at MSHS.

Austin’s post-graduation plans, both academically and athletically, have yet to be determined at this time but he intends on continuing both his education and football career in college.

Varsity Volleyball Wins Tournament Championship At Traverse City Central Invite

Varsity Volleyball Wins Tournament Championship At Traverse City Central Invite

Varsity Volleyball (29-5-1; 5-0 Great Northern Conference)

On Saturday (10/9/21), the MSHS Varsity Volleyball team traveled to compete in the Traverse City Central Volleyball Invitational.

The tournament was played in round robin format with Mattawan, Western Michigan Christian, Leland, Elk Rapids and Traverse City Central also participating in the event.  Marquette went 5-0 on the day and ultimately claimed the tournament championship.

Match 1:

  • Marquette 2, Leland 0 (25-18, 25-22)

Match 2:

  • Marquette 2, Traverse City Central 0 (25-11, 25-19)

Match 3:

  • Marquette 2, Mattawan 1 (12-25, 25-14, 19-17)

Match 4:

  • Marquette 2, Elk Rapids 0 (25-23, 25-18)

Match 5:

  • Marquette 2, Western Michigan Christian 0 (25-20, 25-23)

From MSHS Head Coach, Ann Crandell-Williams:

  • “All I can say is WOW. It was amazing to see everything these ladies have been working on come together. They trusted their game and each other. Every one of our hitters was able to do some damage when necessary. Seiler Hruska was unstoppable in every aspect of her game, and Maria Millado was on point as well. Maria surpassed 100 season blocks today, which is an outstanding feat for a middle blocker.  Katelyn Duneavy ran the court beautifully and made all the right decisions when things got tight. This is all because they played great defense as a team and converted that to great offense. They passed unbelievably well and served aggressively as a team. I couldn’t be prouder of the volleyball they played today.”

Next Up:

  • MSHS will enjoy an eight day break from competition before hosting Gladstone next Tuesday, 10/19/21, in Great Northern Conference action.  The match will also serve as senior night.  JV/Freshman matches will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the Varsity match to follow at 7:00 p.m.
Varsity Football Falls To Menominee, 34-13

Varsity Football Falls To Menominee, 34-13

Varsity Football (5-2; 3-1 Great Northern Conference)

Marquette 13, Menominee 34 

Game Recap:

Senior Shoutout:

Friday’s game served as “senior night” as we honored our 24 members of the Class of 2022 on the varsity football team.  Congratulations to these football student-athletes and the success that they have achieved while playing for MSHS!

  • #1 – WR/DB – David Eberhard
  • #2 – WR/DB – Jordan DeMay
  • #3 – QB/LB – Ethan Richards
  • #4 – RB/LB – Dustin Lohfink
  • #6 – WR/DB – Owen Beauchamp
  • #9 – WR/DB – Justin Jurmu
  • #11 – QB/DB – Austin Ridl
  • #12 – K – Rylan Kohler
  • #19 – WR/DL – Wyatt Kuhlman
  • #22 – RB/DB – Desmond Mullen
  • #30 – WR/DB – Alex Applekamp
  • #33 – WR/DB – Tyr Dahlin
  • #52 – OL/DL – Brock Retaskie
  • #54 – OL/DL – Kenny Berg
  • #55 – OL/LB – Alex Schlemm
  • #58 – OL/DL – Gideon Bell
  • #60 – OL/DL – Jacob Schlemm
  • #62 – OL/DL – Parker Kroll
  • #65 – OL/DL – Brennan Schwemin
  • #66 – OL/DL – Dale Madosh
  • #68 – OL/DL – Chris Ricker
  • #70 – OL/LB – Trevor Simon
  • #72 – OL/DL – Ben Hellman
  • #75 – OL/DL – Carter Chroman

Week 7 Subvarsity Scores:

  • JV:  MSHS 41, Menominee 0
  • Freshman:  MSHS 27, Escanaba Freshman 6

Next Up:

The football teams will be back in action next week for the last regular season home game when all three levels host Traverse City West.

  • Freshman:  Friday, 10/15/21, vs. TC West – 3:00 p.m.
  • JV:  Friday, 10/15/21, vs. TC West – 5:00 p.m. (or 20 minutes after the conclusion of the Freshman game)
  • Varsity:   Friday, 10/15/21, vs. TC West – 7:00 p.m. (or 20 minutes after the conclusion of the Freshman game)
Media Coverage for 10/8/21 Varsity Football vs. Menominee

Media Coverage for 10/8/21 Varsity Football vs. Menominee

Media coverage of tonight’s varsity football game vs. Menominee (10/8/21; 7:00 p.m.) is available through the following means:

Live Video Stream:

A subscription to the NFHS Network is required to watch the live stream of MHSAA athletic events. To subscribe, visit our home page on the NFHS Network (https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/marquette-senior-high-school-marquette-mi) or www.tinyurl.com/REDspn.

Then, click “Subscribe” in the upper right hand corner and indicate that you support Marquette Senior High School. When you support us, we receive a share of the revenue.

Subscriptions are $10.99/month or $69.99/year.  With each account, three computers may log on to the live stream concurrently.

Radio Coverage:

Radio coverage of the game can be found through WFXD Marquette on 103.3 FM.

Audio streaming is also available from the WFXD Marquette website at www.wfxd.com.

Team Rosters: