Mountaineers succeed in competition

Giovanni Mastromatteo connected a 21-yard touchdown pass to Michael McGrath with 1:58 remaining in the game, giving the Clarkston Everest Collegiate Varsity Football team the lead over Maple City Glen Lake on Saturday.
The Mountaineers held Glen Lake to four straight incomplete passes to win the game 19-14.
Everest finished the first half behind 14-6, with a 30-yard touchdown run by Jack Lasceski in the second quarter. Joey Thibodeau scored the PAT.
Thibodeau scored in the third quarter off a 25-yard touchdown pass from Mastromatteo.
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Everest Boys Varsity Soccer won their game against Carman-Ainsworth on Saturday, 3-1. Goals came from Anthony Felix, Lucas Cross, and Noah Arbogast.
They tied their game against Genesee Christian on Senior Night. Cross and Felix scored during the night.
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The Clarkston Everest Collegiate Girls Cross Country team opened last week finishing in first place again at the Catholic High School League Intersection Jamboree No. 2., Sept. 29.
They finished with 26 points and look to cinch the league title this week at their home meet.
Sophomore Caroline Cross led the team as she finished in second place at the time of 21:44.4.
Finishers in the top 15 at the meet also included junior Avery Herrgott, fifth place, 22:05.2; freshman Eve Herrgott, seventh, 22:07.4; senior Theresa Waller, ninth place, 22:20.5; sophomore Alyse Felix, tenth, 22:22.3; and sophomore Stephanie Suran, 13th, 23:37.3.
Madison Heights Bishop Foley finished in second place with 54 points; Royal Oak Shrine, third place, 63; and Austin Catholic, fourth place, 90.
The team finished in first place with 51 points at the Knights Classic Invite while setting a new school recored.
Cross led the team with a seventh place finish at 20:09.08. The top five also included Avery Herrgott, 12th, 21:01.75; Eve Herrgott, 14th, 21:08.53; Felix, 18th, 21:31.05; and Waller, 24th, 22:05.49.
University Liggett took second place with 54 points; Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest, third, 61; Grosse Pointe South, fourth 66 points; Royal Oak Shrine, fifth, 111; and Warren Woods Tower, sixth, 144. ~WARP

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