GIRLS GOLF RUNNER-UP AT MHSAA DIV. I STATE FINALS
The Stoney Creek Girls Golf team particiated in the MHSAA State Tournament this past weekend at Forest Akers West Golf Course in East Lansing. The field for this 2-day tournament consisted of the top 15 teams in the state and was determined by the team's play at the regional Tournament the week prior - which was won by the girls.
After the first day, with a team score of 362, the girls were in 5th Place overall and with loming weather on the horizon for day 2, the girls left knowing they had to score better as a team to compete for a State Title. Even though the weather was not ideal for playing conditions the entire team rebounded and shot a 348 on day 2 to leap three other teams and secure 2nd Place for the entire tournament. This marks the 3rd time in the past 4 years that the girls team has placed 2nd at the Division I State Tournament.
In addition to this accomplishment, the team had three of their golfers finish in the top 20 overall: Chloe Guschewski (14th), Lauren Ingle (15th) and Bailey Compton (19th). Other memebers of the team were Annica Steen, Kelsee Zajac and Lindsay Cairns. Congrations to Coach Tony Lafferty and the entire team on their perseverance, focus and determination throughout the season and this past weekend.
Nicole Kowalchick Earns All State Honors in Cross Country
On Saturday November 2, 2013, senior and four year varsity cross country letter winner, Nicole Kowalchick earned MHSAA All State Honors. This marks the second time in Nicole's high school career that she has earned this recognition. After an injury plaqued season in 2012, Nicole rebounded with several strong performances this past season, culminating with a 26th Place Finish at the State Finals. Nicole set a new school record with a time of 18:36 on the way to a great finish to her season. Congratulations also go out to Eric Boyle for his strong performance on the boys side of the race. Both Nicole and Eric were the lone representatives of their teams on a cold and wet race day. Nicole is pictured with varsity coaches Jed Kramer and Megan Thomas.
Varsity Volleyball Wins Rochester City Cup
Stoney Creek Varsity Volleyball team captured the Rochester City Cup Championship for the 3rd year in a row. The City Cup Championship was hosted by Rochester High School this year and the team was able to defeat Rochester Luthren Northwest, Rochester and Adams on their way to once again winning the Championship. Congratulations to Coach Moran and her team on their recent win. The City trophy will again reside at Stoney Creek for another year.
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Girls Golf Team Shots 710 - Two Day Total Score to Capture 2nd Place at MHSAA Div. I State Finals
Boys Cross Country Wins OAA League Title - Nicole Kowalchick Wins Individual Title
Football Team Qualifies for Playoffs with 36-14 Win Against Rochester
Girls Golf Capture MHSAA Div. I Regional Championship
Girls Varsity Golf Team shoots a team score of 348 to captured the MHSAA Division I Regional Championship on Wednesday Oct. 9th at the Port Huron Country Club. The team was lead by 1st Place medalists Chloe Guschewski and Bailey Compton who both finished the day with a final round score of 80. Lauren Ingle also finished 3rd for the day with a final score of 82 followed up by Kelsee Zajac and Annica Steen who both shot a final round 106. Congratulations to the Coach Tony Lafferty and the entire team on this recent championship. The team now moves on the the MHSAA State Finals on Friday Oct. 18th which is a 2 day event and will be held at MSU Forest Akers West Golf Course.
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Eric Fisher - Stoney Creek Graduate 1st Pick in NFL Draft
On Thursday April 25, 2013, Stoney Creek Graduate ERIC FISHER was selected as the 1st Overall Pick in the NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs Football Organization. Thursday marked the culmination of several years of hard work by Eric to get himself ready for the NFL. Not only did he excel beyond all expectations - but through hardwork he elevated his stock in the draft from being on a few teams radar to that of the 1st pick overall within a matter of a few months.
In the short time that Stoney Creek High School has been in existance, it is quite humbling to realize that a student athlete of this status once walked the halls of this school. Just to know that Eric was drafted, knowing an opportunity at the NFL level was afforded him was the best a school or community could ask for. Eric's stock vaulted up the draft board to the point of being projected to be a 1st round pick, then as the #1 pick overall. After an exciting nine minutes, of waiting for the announcement from the Kansas City Cheifs, Eric now moves on to the next stage of his career knowing that he is one of a very few individuals that can say they were the #1 Overall Pick of any NFL draft and for this community to share in the fact that many of those opportunities were started on the high school fields and gymnasiums of Stoney Creek High School, it is still quite remarkable.
This is a great moment of recognition for the school, the entire staff, the coaches and teachers that had the opportunity to be a part of Eric's daily routine and the Rochester Community School District. This may be a once in a lifetime event and it is something that the entire community is very proud of and will relish for many years to come.
Eric was always a great representative of what a high school student/athlete should be known for during his years of high school and what has molded him as a great person early in life has continued to do so as he continued to better himself at the next challenge that life is bring him.