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Jackson-area high school football power rankings after Week 1

Concord head coach Max Clark poses with players during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021. Leslie coach Greg Pscodna with players during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. ---If you would like your local high school sports news delivered free to your inbox daily, click here and sign up for one of our local high school sports newsletters. ---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEVote for the Jackson-area high school football Player of Week 1Which high school football game is Michigan’s must-see clash of Week 2? Top 50 Michigan high school football teams: How they fared in 2021 openersJackson-area football highlights: Stockbridge-East Jackson combine for 122 points, 986 total yardsJackson-area football highlights: Napoleon takes back the Little Brown Jug45 photos from Lumen Christi, New Lothrop high school football openerJackson Lumen Christi junior’s two first-half TDs lift Titans over defending D7 champsJackson-area high school football scoreboard for Aug. 26Jackson-area football predictions kick off a loaded Week 1 slateFive things to know heading into the 2021 Jackson-area high school football season10 must-see Jackson-area high school football games in 202125 Jackson-area high school football players to watch in 2021Jackson-area high school football schedules for 2021 season

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Vote for the Jackson-area high school football Player of Week 1

Follow Josh VanDyke on Twitter45 Lumen Christi hosts New Lothrop in high school footballJACKSON – The first week of high school football action is in the books and we saw plenty of impressive performances on local gridirons. Stockbridge’s Jeremy Pilch poses for a portrait during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. Northwest’s Isaiah Grybauskas poses for a portrait during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021. Jackson’s Olando Trader poses for a portrait during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021. Top 50 Michigan high school football teams: How they fared in 2021 openersJackson-area football highlights: Stockbridge-East Jackson combine for 122 points, 986 total yardsJackson-area football highlights: Napoleon takes back the Little Brown Jug45 photos from Lumen Christi, New Lothrop high school football openerJackson Lumen Christi junior’s two first-half TDs lift Titans over defending D7 champsJackson-area high school football scoreboard for Aug. 26Jackson-area football predictions kick off a loaded Week 1 slateFive things to know heading into the 2021 Jackson-area high school football season10 must-see Jackson-area high school football games in 202125 Jackson-area high school football players to watch in 2021Jackson-area high school football schedules for 2021 season

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Jackson-area football highlights: Stockbridge-East Jackson combine for 122 points, 986 total yards

Follow Josh VanDyke on TwitterStockbridge’s Jeremy Pilch poses for a portrait during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. Northwest head coach Adam Grybauskas poses with players during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021. Curtis Knapp caught three passes for 85 yards and one touchdown, while Brady Wright added 77 yards and one touchdown on three receptions. Leslie coach Greg Pscodna with players during MLive/Jackson Citizen Patriot 2021 high school football media day at Michigan Center High School on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. ---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEJackson-area football highlights: Napoleon takes back the Little Brown Jug45 photos from Lumen Christi, New Lothrop high school football openerJackson Lumen Christi junior’s two first-half TDs lift Titans over defending D7 champsJackson-area high school football scoreboard for Aug. 26Jackson-area football predictions kick off a loaded Week 1 slateFive things to know heading into the 2021 Jackson-area high school football season10 must-see Jackson-area high school football games in 202125 Jackson-area high school football players to watch in 2021Jackson-area high school football schedules for 2021 seasonMichigan Center’s Kaydin Hiland ready to carry the load in 2021

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Meet the GLAC All-Conference baseball team for the 2021 season

Follow Josh VanDyke on TwitterMLive File PhotoCasey SykesJACKSON – The Olivet and Lansing Christian baseball teams brought home district championships this spring after battling through the Greater Lansing Athletic Conference during the regular season. There were plenty of impressive individual performances throughout the season from players within the GLAC conference and today, we’ll highlight the best of the best that the league had to offer during the 2021 season. Below are first-team, second-team and honorable mention selections for the GLAC baseball season. FIRST TEAMBrady Gawne, LakewoodBlaze Hamilton, OlivetHunter Doyle, LeslieJayce Hansen, LakewoodEaston Rankin, OlivetGregg Richardson, Maple ValleyRamsey Bousseau, OlivetMaxwell French, Lansing ChristianBrent Sweet, LakewoodMason Krabel, LeslieBrennen Redding, OlivetAiden Trost, StockbridgeLane Morris, Maple Valley---SECOND TEAMNathanial Graham, LakewoodNolan Thompson, Lansing ChristianEthan Kaimon, LeslieNick Osborne, Maple ValleyJacob Waffle, OlivetBryce Krupp, PerryDrew Philipp, Stockbridge---HONORABLE MENTIONBlake Price, LakewoodNoah Link, Lansing ChristianNolan Frohriep, LeslieChanse Courtney, Maple ValleyTyler Latunski, OlivetBlake Lantis, PerryAustin Knoll, Stockbridge---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEMeet the 2021 MLive baseball Dream Team from JacksonMeet the 2021 MLive softball Dream Team from JacksonThree Jackson-area high school baseball teams capture district championshipsMeet the Big Eight All-Conference baseball team for the 2021 seasonMeet the Cascades All-Conference baseball team for the 2021 seasonMeet the Interstate Eight All-Conference baseball team for the 2021 seasonJackson-area baseball players to watch heading into the postseasonLate-game heroics lift Jackson Lumen Christi baseball over Homer in district opener

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Meet the GLAC All-Conference cross country teams for the 2020 season

Follow Josh VanDyke on TwitterLeslie's Gavin Weber finishes during the boys race at the Division 3 cross country regional meet at Ella Sharp Park in Jackson on Friday, Oct. 30, 2020. J. Scott Park | MLive.comJACKSON – There were 99 local cross country runners who qualified for their respective state finals races this fall and many of them came from the Greater Lansing Athletic Conference. Here is a look at the top individual performers in the league, which were determined at the Greater Lansing Athletic Conference Championship meet on Oct. 27. The top seven finishers earned first-team all-conference honors, while runners 8-14 earned honorable mention status. Scott Park | MLive.comGIRLSFIRST-TEAMRylee Tolson, Stockbridge – 18:16.56Madison Volz, Lansing Christian – 18:51.91Danae Feldpausch, Olivet – 19:10.25Haley Ellis, Leslie – 19:44.84Abbey Peters, Olivet – 19:53.91Natalie Tebben, Lansing Christian – 19:55.00Ashlyn Kephart, Lansing Christian – 20:09.22HONORABLE MENTIONOlivea Gessner, Olivet – 20:19.09Katie Acker, Lakewood – 20:25.78Grace O’Neill, Perry – 20:30.97Brianna Hill, Stockbridge – 20:55.44Julianna Debozy, Stockbridge – 20:57.09Mia Judd, Lansing Christian – 20:57.52Kaitelyn Walker, Stockbridge – 21:00.66---See full results by clicking here---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEMeet the 14 Jackson-area All-State cross country runners for 2020See how every Jackson-area boys cross country runner finished at 2020 state finalsSee how every Jackson-area girls cross country runner finished at 2020 state finalsNinety-nine Jackson-area cross country runners headed to 2020 state finalsStockbridge cross country standout focused on times, not titles in 2020Optimistic Hanover-Horton cross country teams eager for final test of 2020 season

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Meet the GLAC All-Conference Football team for 2020 season

Follow Josh VanDyke on TwitterLeslie High School football players practice at the school on Monday morning, Aug. 12, 2019. It was the first day that high school football teams could practice throughout the state. Below are the first-team, second-team and honorable mention selections for the Greater Lansing Athletic Conference football teams, as voted by league coaches. It was the first day that high school football teams could practice throughout the state. Scott Park | MLive.comFIRST-TEAM DEFENSEDEFENSIVE LINENick Carey, LeslieCharlie Everitt, LakewoodBlake Lincoln, OlivetCam Webb, OlivetLINEBACKERMichael Groves, OlivetLucas McConnell, PerryNathan Willette, LakewoodDEFENSIVE BACKConnor Maurer, OlivetLucas McDaniel, LeslieSawyer Stoepker, LakewoodALL-PURPOSEJordan Hall, Olivet---SECOND-TEAM SELECTIONSQUARTERBACKJayce Hanson, LakewoodRUNNING BACKSoyer Moon, OlivetRECIEVERAidan Borst, LeslieNoah Robidou, StockbridgeOFFENSIVE LINEMichael LaFay, OlivetTyler Latunski, OlivetMartin Hollern, LakewoodDom Hamlett, StockbridgeDylan Smith, StockbridgeDEFENSIVE LINEJarrett Chappell, LeslieDEFENSIVE BACKDenny Sauers, LakewoodJohn Cranmore, LeslieJacob Orweller, PerryParker White, PerrySeth Grooms, Perry---HONORABLE MENTIONMason Molek, OlivetMason O’Dell, OlivetGavin Willette, LakewoodEastin Stank, LakewoodGarrett Pennix-Bedell, LeslieTyson Selbig, PerryKyle Ohlma, PerryKevin Killinger, Stockbridge---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEMeet the Cascades All-Conference football team for 2020 seasonMeet the LCAA All-Conference football team for 2020 seasonMeet the Interstate Eight All-Conference volleyball team for the 2020 seasonMeet the Cascades All-Conference volleyball team for the 2020 season

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Top 50 Jackson-area girls cross country times heading into regionals

Follow Josh VanDyke on TwitterStockbridge's Rylee Tolson finishes first during the Division 3 girls race at the MHSAA Cross Country Championships at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.Jenna Kieser | MLive.comJACKSON – The road to the Michigan International Speedway is just a few laps away for many cross country runners in Michigan. A collection of Jackson-area athletes should be in the running to punch their ticket to the Michigan High School Athletic Association state finals on Nov. 6-7, but first, they’ll have to advance past this weekend’s regional races. Below is a list of the Top 50 girls cross country times for Jackson-area runners who have qualified for their respective regional meets. ---Grade Name Time School11 Faith Smith 17:39.1 Jackson Lumen Christi11 Rylee Tolson 17:47.39 Stockbridge12 Kailee Sandoval 18:13.9 Grass Lake12 Renae Kutcha 18:33.7 Jackson Lumen Christi9 Madison Osterberg 18:35.4 Jackson Lumen Christi12 Haley Ellis 19:10.25 Leslie11 Alyna Lewis 19:23.1 Parma Western10 Justice Prins 19:54.3 Parma Western10 Lillian Heydenburg 19:59.2 Parma Western11 Brooklyn Rochow 20:05.15 Stockbridge10 Hope Wilkes 20:35.25 Brooklyn Columbia Central12 Brianna Hill 20:30.97 Stockbridge10 Allie Koch 20:36.35 Manchester9 Sophia Reynolds 20:49.15 Hanover-Horton9 Julianna Debozy 20:55.44 Stockbridge11 Kaitelyn Walker 20:57.52 Stockbridge12 Lily Robinson 21:03.00 Leslie11 McKenna Marsh 21:04 Manchester11 Kendal Morris 21:05.92 Addison12 Sofia Matsukova-Kratt 21:07.07 Hillsdale Academy12 Emma Rounds 21:07.44 Jonesville9 Joslyn Embury 21:09.2 Parma Western11 Lizzie Williams 21:10.8 Michigan Center11 Isabel Spencer 21:13 Grass Lake10 Ella Bivens 21:13.2 Parma Western9 Ava Viegelahn 21:14 Grass Lake12 Abbey Dodd 21:16.69 Parma Western12 Clara Rector 21:16.86 Hanover-Horton12 Tiffani Larder 21:18 Jonesville11 Kelly Fielder 21:20.25 Hanover-Horton12 Kathryn Childs 21:21.46 Hanover-Horton11 Jessica Furman 21:21.7 Jackson Lumen Christi10 Sarah Anastasiadis 21:27.4 Jackson Lumen Christi12 Jessie Phillips 21:28 Manchester9 Madelyn Norman 21:30 Napoleon9 Kayla Creisher 21:30.57 Leslie12 Lillian Wittman 21:31.6 Michigan Center10 Ann Joseph 21:34 Napoleon9 Alexis Flint 21:34.84 Hanover-Horton10 Madison Basham 21:38.7 Grass Lake11 Chloe Embury 21:43.2 Parma Western10 Ella Kraus 21:53 Grass Lake11 Kaelyn Pluta 21:55.7 Parma Western9 Sayra Hernandez 21:57.31 Addison8 Caroline Roberts 22:00 Hillsdale Academy9 Meghan Somerville 22:01.86 Manchester12 Claire Walton 22:05.52 Hillsdale Academy11 Olivia Darnell 22:08.86 Napoleon9 Alexa Burgess 22:13.06 Napoleon10 Isabella Berry 22:14.09 Hanover-Horton---MORE JACKSON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEJackson-area high school football power rankings entering the 2020 postseasonFormer Jackson-area basketball coach remembered as man of character, compassionate leaderVote for the Jackson-area high school football Player of Week 6Early glance at Jackson-area first-round high school football matchupsJackson-area football roundup: Lumen Christi posts first sub .500 regular season since 1988Jackson-area football highlights: Addison, Jonesville clinch conference titlesJackson Northwest softball standout commits to Grand Valley State UniversityParma Western soccer closes out historic two-year run in district final loss to ChelseaTop 10 Jackson-area schools for high school athletesMichigan Center’s Kamryn Shannon caps off historic season with D4 state championship

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