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Dragon athletics on the run


Cross country, Volleyball, Girls' golf, Girls' swimming



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September 29, 2010 - Cross country

The Dragons continued showing their depth, from grade level to grade level, said Coach Stan Ford, after the team won the Old Skool Classic, Saturday, Sept. 25.

This meet is scored differently then a normal meet: Lake Orion freshman Ted Ryquist, sophomore T.J. Carey, junior Ryan Singles and senior Jake Lauka were the Dragons' top finishers in their respective races, with their places adding up to 21 points -- good enough to win the Old Skool Classic for the fourth year in a row.

Volleyball

Tuesday, Sept. 21, the Lady Dragons volleyball team beat out Bloomfield Hills Lahser, 25-22, 25-18 and 25-20 on home turf. On their way to the win, Maddie Hutchison had 20 digs, Alyssa Wesley had 18 assists, Liz Kalugar had five aces and Shannon Murdock had 15 kills.

Saturday, Sept. 25, Lady Dragons won the Madonna University tourney. The stole the title from Milford in the final round, 25-23 and 25-22. Hutchison offered up 43 digs and 23 aces, Wesley had 111 assists and Murdock had 45 kills for Lake Orion. The team's record is now 19-6-2.

Girls' golf

The girls' golf team came in 11th out of 12 teams, Wednesday, Sept. 22, at the Oakland County Division I golf tournament. Stoney Creek took first with 317 strokes at the tourney, held at Pontiac Country Club, par 72. Birmingham Marian had 341, putting them in second, and Troy had 346, putting them in third. Lake Orion had 422.

Girls' swimming

Thursday, Sept. 23, Birmingham Seaholm outpaced Lady Dragon swimmers, 146-40. Annie Jongekrijg was LO's leading lady when she took first in the 200 IM with a time of 2:22.61 and in the 100 backstroke with 1:02.26.

Reporter, Lake Orion Review
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