Holly Boys Varsity Skiing

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Senior Spring Athlete — Mitchell Tiell — May 25th

May 25th Senior Spring Sport Spotlight:  Mitchell Tiell Mitch is a member of our baseball team in the spring.  In the fall, Mitch will be attending Grand Valley State University to study to be a Physician’s Assistant.

Spring Senior Athlete — Nicholas Rees — May 3

May 3rd Senior Spring Sport Spotlight: Nicholas Rees   Nick is a member of our track and field team in the spring. This fall Nick will be headed to Michigan Tech University in the UP to pursue a degree in Engineering.   Nick was also recently recognized as the FML Kiwanis Male Athlete of the

Ski Update — 2/3-2/7

Congrats to our ski team on earning some very impressive accomplishments this past week. Please see below for the update (thanks to Mrs. Ford): Boys Varsity Skiing remained undefeated this week in both Slalom and Giant Slalom events and are the 2020 Divisional Champions! Congratulations to Jack Ford, Connor Ford, Jacob Denman, Nick Rees, Mitchell

Jacob Denman — AOW Boys Ski

Congrats to Jacob Denman on earning recognition as Boys Ski Athlete of Week. Below are Coach Thompson’s comments in regards to Jacob’s performance:   Jacob Denman has been a strong skier for us all year, but this week he took the next step and not only helped our boys team finish 5-0 in the regular

Ski Update — Week of 1/27

Boys Varsity Skiing vs Fenton Linden Lake Fenton  Holly Oxford Ski Team Boys Varsity finished strong this week and remain undefeated in their division. They carved out wins in both Slalom and Giant Slalom events against Fenton Linden Lake Fenton combined team. Jack Ford had the fastest Slalom time on the hill of 53:34, followed

Ski Update

Boys Skiing Holly Oxford Boys Varsity Ski Team pulled off a perfect score in Slalom against the Flint Powers Boys Varsity team, sweeping first through fourth places. Fastest time on the hill belonged to Holly senior Jack Ford, followed closely by his twin brother Connor Ford, then sophomore Jacob Denman and freshman Eric Rank. Holly