St. Patrick Catholic School

122 West Street, Portland, MI   (517) 647-7551

Reflections by Randy Hodge

2017 Spring Sports Wrap Up

Posted on June 23, 2017 at 9:05 AM

The 2017 St. Patrick School spring sports season has officially come to an end. We would like to congratulate all of our teams for their efforts throughout the season. A lot of time and hard work was put forth on the field, track, course, and in the classroom by our student athletes to ensure success.


The Shamrock baseball team won an outright CMAC title, repeated as the district and regional champions, advanced to the Division IV championship game where they were crowned as State Champions for the first time in program history with a school record 34 wins. Individual honors include:


• Bryan Scheurer – Division IV Coach of the Year

• Brendan Schrauben: 1st team CMAC, All District, 1st team All-State Catcher, Academic All-State, LSJ Sports Awards Top 10 Baseball Player, Diamond Classic Scholarship winner and attending Alma College to play baseball

• Graham Smith: 2nd team CMAC, All District, Academic All-State

• Noah Goodman: 1st team CMAC, All-District, 2nd team All-State Pitcher

• Dan Mackowiak: 1st team CMAC, All District

• Brandon Scheurer: 1st team CMAC, All District, 1st team All-State Infield

• Nathan Lehnert: Honorable Mention CMAC

• Devin Fedewa: 1st team CMAC, All District

• Sam Mauren: 2nd team CMAC


The varsity softball team also had a solid season finishing in third place in the CMAC and won the Vestaburg Invitational. Individual awards include:


• Kelsey Schneider: 2nd team CMAC, All District, Academic All-State

• Karlie Bartlett: Honorable Mention CMAC, All District, Academic All-State

• Samantha Leonard: Honorable Mention CMAC, All-District, Academic All-State

• Katie Coyne: 1st team CMAC, All District

• Chloe Cross: 1st team CMAC, All District

• Alaina Schrauben: 2nd team CMAC

• Team: Academic All-State Award and All District Sportsmanship Award


We were very excited to not only be able to field a full varsity golf team but a partial JV team as well. The golf team improved from 7th place in the CMAC last year to a 4th place finish this year. Senior Samuel Hodge finished 2nd team CMAC.


The girls and boys varsity track teams also had a strong season. The boy’s team earned a 3rd place trophy at the Webberville Invitational and finished in 6th place at regionals. The girl’s team earned a 2nd place trophy at the Webberville Invitational, finished 5th in a tough CMAC and placed 4th at regionals. Together, they tied or broke 10 school records and earned 151 medals. Individual honors include:


• Brittany Thelen: Honorable Mention CMAC (4x400); Honor Roll Meet Medalist (4x400); All-Region and State Qualifier (100, 4x200, 4x400); All-State & Academic All-State (4x200, 4x400); School Record (4x200)

• Annie Gunderman: 2nd team CMAC (400); Honorable Mention CMAC (4x400); Honor Roll Meet Medalist (400 and 4x400); Honor Roll Meet Qualifier (100); All-Region, All-State & Academic All-State (400, 4x200 and 4x400); School Records (400 & 4x200)

• Leah Cook: Honorable Mention CMAC (Long Jump & 4x400); Honor Roll Meet Medalist (4x400); All-Region and State Qualifier (Long Jump, 4x200, 4x400); All-State & Academic All-State (4x200, 4x400); School Record (4x200)

• Emma Gunderman: Honorable Mention CMAC (300 hurdles & 4x400); Honor Roll Meet Medalist (4x400); Honor Roll Meet Qualifier (300 hurdles); All-Region and State Qualifier (300 hurdles, 4x200, 4x400); All-State & Academic All-State (4x200 & 4x400), School Record (4x200)

• Jerika Kihn: School Record (Pole Vault)

• Ashton Walker: Webberville Invitational Runner of the Meet; 1st Team CMAC (3200); 2nd team CMAC (800); Honor Roll Meet Medalist (1600); School Record, All-Region, State Qualifier, All-State & Academic All-State (1600 & 3200);

• Greg Doll: Webberville Invitational Field Athlete of the Meet; Honorable Mention CMAC (110 hurdles); 2nd team CMAC & State Qualifier (shot put);


As a Catholic School, we expect our student athletes to represent us in a positive manner, bringing Christ to everything they do, and make us proud with their sportsmanship. Without a doubt, they have done so and represented our school mission statement: We Pray! We Learn! We Achieve! to their fullest, God-given potential.

 

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