Meet the Big 8 all-conference wrestling team

JACKSON -- A dozen wrestlers from Union City and 11 more from Bronson dominated the Big 8 all-conference wrestling squad. Here is the full Big 8 all-conference team. 103Logan Mears, Union CityAiden Fill, BronsonErik Dykstra, SpringportLandon Winder, Homer112Owen Kimmons, BronsonMason Hawthorne, Union CityCody Nichols, JonesvilleCaleb Rose, Quincy119Perry Lake, BronsonAbighail Geairn, HomerCarter Pierce, QuincyGene Wagner, Jonesville125Landyn Chance, Union CityDavid Becker, SpringportJacob Rief, QuincyHunter Dewey, Reading130Tyler Milks, JonesvilleLukas Selph, ReadingBenjamin Butler, SpringportAiden Taylor Union City135Joe Sunkle, SpringportAddison Mosley, ReadingCollin Thompson, ConcordAndrew Tundevold, Union City140Brayton Mears, Union CityAlex Miller, HomerChase Caudill, SpringportDrew Seekman, Bronson145Colton Russell, Union CityDerek Ballinger, JonesvilleRylinn Hale, SpringportDeblin Duff, Bronson152Aricin Smith, BronsonDylan Sanford, SpringportLevi Schultz, ReadingMaddox Miller, Union City160Garrett Iobe, Union CityCarson Norton, BronsonAustin Bowers, JonesvilleMichael Daniels, Quincy171Matt Riehle, SpringportJacob Britten, BronsonJordan VanSickle, JonesvilleGavin Peet, Quincy189Davin George, QuincyJacob Dixon, BronsonIsaac Shively, JonesvilleGarrett Halder, Union City215Grady Iobe, Union CityMatthew Blakenship, BronsonAustin Tieman, SpringportEvan McColley, Jonesville285Eathan Westfall, ReadingHunter Gillies, Union CityHunter Depew, HomerJayden Post, BronsonDUAL MEET STANDINGSUnion City 7-0Bronson 6-1Springport 5-2Jonesville 4-3Reading 3-4Homer 2-5Quincy 1-6Concord 0-7

Jackson-area high school football playoff picture entering Week 7

Follow Josh VanDyke on Twitter59 Reading hosts Jonesville in high school footballJACKSON – There are only three regular-season games left and the race to make the playoff field of 32 in each division is beginning to hit the final lap. There’s still plenty of action left to played, but there’s also plenty of time to crunch numbers and project potential first-round matchups. Below is a look at which teams would make the cut for the postseason if the regular season ended today and which teams are on the outside looking in with only three games left to make up ground in their field. For more on the new playoff points system, click here. ---DIVISION 2Jackson (3-3)Rank: 28Playoff points: 40.667---DIVISION 3Parma Western (4-2)Rank: 22Playoff points: 44.167---DIVISION 6Jonesville (6-0)Rank: 8Playoff points: 37.833---Michigan Center (5-1)Rank: 21Playoff points: 33.000---Napoleon (5-1)Rank: 30Playoff points: 28.500---ON THE BUBBLEHillsdale (2-4)Rank: 37Playoff points: 25.500---DIVISION 7Jackson Lumen Christi (5-1)Rank: 2Playoff points: 50.333---Homer (4-2)Rank: 27Playoff points: 29.333---ON THE BUBBLELeslie (3-3)Rank: 38Playoff points: 22.500---Springport (2-4)Rank: 39Playoff points: 22.333---Hanover-Horton (3-3)Rank: 40Playoff points: 22.267---Manchester (2-4)Rank: 43Playoff points: 19.833---DIVISION 8Addison (6-0)Rank: 4Playoff points: 37.833---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEJackson-area football highlights: Troy Allen sets school record in comeback winJonesville uses fourth-quarter surge to notch first win at Reading since 2013Grass Lake basketball standout commits to Indiana UniversityRacial slur by visiting player stops Vandercook Lake football game in 3rd quarter, police say