Jessica Campbell earned her second straight trip to the golf State finals last week at the regional tournament played at The Quest in Houghton Lake. She finished 3rd place overall out of 50 competitors, posting a score of 89. This season, Jessica never finished below 7th place in any match and she placed 1st at the Harbor Springs match at the The Moor of Boyne Highlands with a score of 81. Jessica is heading to the Bedford Valley Golf Course in Battle Creek to compete in the Division 4 State championship in which she will be playing two rounds, one today and one on Saturday. She will be competing against more than 100 other players. Last year, Jessica posted scores of 89 on day one and 110 on day two to finish the tournament tied for 45th out of 112 at The Meadows Course at Grand Valley State University. Good luck, Jessica! Go Green!
7 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
The soccer team's season came to an end Wednesday night at home with a 5-1 loss to Kingsford in the district final. Mitchel Harrington scored the only goal of the night for Grayling. It was his 45th goal of the season. The game was tied at half 1-1 before Kingsford pulled away in the second half. The team ended the season with a 17-6-1 record. Photo credit: Stacy Moore
7 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Caleb and Cameron Baker
Mitchel Harrington
Alex Moore
Brody Cobb
battle for the ball
Jacob Marshall
Mitchel Harrington
Jordan Peters
Drake Dunham
Zeke Wright and Leonardo Bertoncello
The Grayling Viking Marching Band traveled to Traverse City on Monday, October 16 for the MSBOA District 2 Marching Band Expo. The event featured 18 bands in our region and was the highlight of the fall marching season. After their performance, our band spent the remainder of the evening taking in the sights and sounds of other bands. The marching band has been working on their fall production "Heartbreak" since the first week of August, and the season culminated with Monday's fantastic performance at Thirlby Field! Thank you to all the students for your hard work and dedication to our success this fall! Photo credit: Cheryl Hollingsworth
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
marching band
marching band
marching band
Varsity soccer plays Kingsford in the district championship game on Wednesday at 5 p.m. The game will be aired live and can be viewed via this NFHS subscription link. Go Vikes! https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gam32dfdb712e
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Viking Volleyball hosts Boyne City tonight beginning with JV at 5:30. Those who can't join us can still catch all the action using these NFHS subscription links. Go Green! JV: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gam9b7753bd13 Varsity: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gam34f4141d11
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Varsity soccer advanced to the district final with a hard fought 1-0 win against Kalkaska Monday night! Cameron Baker scored the game's only goal from a header off of a corner kick from Alex Moore with 6:32 left in the second half. Jordan Peters made 6 saves for the shutout win. Helping Jordan secure the shutout was the defensive line consisting of Cameron Baker, Grant Dunham, Drake Dunham and Gibsen Barnett. The team plays Kingsford in the district final on Wednesday at 5 p.m. Photo credit Stacy Moore
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
team huddle
game action
Ben Gardiner
Grant Dunham and Gibby Barnett
Cameron Baker
Mitchel Harrington
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK Aubrie Schmidt (varsity golf) and Trevor Cvitkovich (varsity football) Aubrie competed in her first year on the golf team and worked diligently all year to improve her skills. Her first and last matches were played on the same course, The Quest in Houghton Lake, and she had an impressive -21 stroke difference in the two rounds. Keep up the hard work! Trevor is our center on the offensive line and one of our inside linebackers on defense, two very challenging positions. He plays them both very well but perhaps his biggest asset is his leadership on the team. His teammates look up to him and he's always trying to get them going in games and practice. He is a very valuable component to our team and we are lucky to have him.
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Aubrie Schmidt
Trevor Cvitkovich
Varsity football blanked Cheboygan 42-0 Friday night. Ethan Kucharek was 10/16, passing for 109 yards and two touchdowns. Jake Huspen had 11 carries for 152 yards and two touchdowns. Offensively, Corbin Allen rushed for 57 yards and a touchdown on seven carries. On defense, he made three tackles, had six assists, one tackle for loss and recovered a fumble. Spencer Brado scored a touchdown on his sole carry. Maddox Mead made three catches for 39 yards and a touchdown and Daniel Hunter had five receptions for 51 yards and a touchdown. Braiden Tuck made six tackles, had two assists and two tackles for loss. Ryan Stade had four solo tackles, four assists and forced a fumble. Trevor Cvitkovich had a tackle and assisted with seven others. Jake Huspen had a fumble recovery.
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Varsity soccer will face the Kalkaska Blazers in the district semi finals on Monday at 7 p.m. The game can be watched from anywhere using this NFHS subscription link. Go Green! https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gamf7aba17bd8
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
The Cheboygan Chiefs will travel down I-75 tonight to face off against our Grayling Vikings at Ferguson Field. Game time is 7 p.m. Those who are unable to join us can still watch every pass, run and tackle using this NFHS subscription link. Go Vikes! https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gam1d6cccc601
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
JV football crushed the Cheboygan Chiefs 36-0 Thursday night. The defense and defensive line dominated the game, holding the Chiefs to 88 total yards and only three 1st downs the entire game. Photo credit: Sara Bell
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
defensive play
defensive action
offfensive action
defense
final score
Varsity soccer advanced to the district semi final by beating Boyne City 2-0 Thursday night at home. Mitchel Harrington had a goal and an assist. Brett Peterson scored as well and Ben Gardiner also had an assist. The team, 16-5-1, now plays Kalkaska on Monday at home at 7p.m. Photo credit: Stacy Moore
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Rodrigo Lazaro de Miguel
Mitchel Harrington, Brett Peterson
Mitchel Harrington, Leonarado Bertoncello
Ben Gardiner, Alex Moore
Mitchel Harrington
Jordan Peters
Alex Moore, Mitchel Harrington, Drake Dunham
Drake Dunham, Gibby Barnett, Brody Cobb
Cameron Baker
The Vikings will host Boyne City tonight in the opening round of soccer districts. Game time is 5:00. The game can be viewed live using this NFHS subscription link. Go Green! https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/game8a2c3d314
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK Jaden Cottrell (JV volleyball) and Tristan Demlow (Cross Country) "Coach" Jaden always has a great attitude and loves the game. She works hard on the court as one of our left side players, but also helps pump up our team when we need it. Last week's pep talk before our game helped us score 23 points against Kalkaska in our first game. She not only cheers on her teammates, but goes to the other home JV and varsity games to cheer them on, as well, when we aren't playing. Thank you Jaden for all you do! Tristan has led the Grayling Vikings varsity cross country team this season. Last week, he placed 36th at the Shepherd Blue Jay Invitational with a 5K finish time of 17:00. Great job, Tristan!
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Jaden Cottrell
Tristan Demlow
GHS took a step back in time yesterday for Throwback Day!
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Alison Helinski
Amanda Lewis
Lahken Forbes and Mandy Andrews
Brandt Finstrom
science department
Abelina Sanchez and Jazmine Bancroft
Myles Mead
Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Krabill, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. Beltz
Brylee Sheldon
Mikenzi Roberts
Varsity soccer finished their regular season with a hard-fought tie at Kalkaska Thursday night. Mitchel Harrington and Rodrigo Lazaro de Miguel scored goals in the game. Mitchel’s goal broke the school record for goals in a season with 43! Jordan Peters made 8 saves. The team finishes the regular season 15-5-1. Next up, they face Boyne City at home on October 12 in the first round of districts. Photo credit: Stacy Moore
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
team huddle
Mitchel Harrington and Jackson Marshall
Max Huspen, Brody Cobb, Rodrigo Lazaro, Alex Moore
Grant Dunham, Drake Dunham, Gibby Barnett and Cameron Baker
Gibby Barnett
Jordan  Peters and Gibby Barnett
JV football improved its record to 4-3 last night with a 24-16 win over Kalkaska. The defense had 4 interceptions, one each by Camryn Stade and Kaiden Schubert and 2 by Dayton Joseph. The earned coin flippers this week were Trevor Johns and Brox Muscott.
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Tonight's Homecoming football matchup is also our annual Guardian Game against Kalkaska. All active and retired military personnel are invited to attend for free with military ID. We ask that current and former members of the armed services gather at the south end of the football field at 6:35 p.m. so that we may recognize and thank you for your service prior to the football game. Those who are unable to attend tonight's game can still catch all the action using this NFHS subscription link. Go Vikings! https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gam104bc99fd1
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Thank you for your service!
Last night in volleyball action, both JV and varsity teams beat Houghton Lake. It was a great effort by both teams. The varsity match went to 5 games and scores were 16-25, 25-13, 25-15, 17-25 and 15-6.
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie
Volleyball will host Houghton Lake this evening beginning at 5:30. If you can't join us in person, you can still watch every serve, dig and ace using these NFHS subscription links. Go Green! JV: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gam9389a91cd3 Varsity: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/grayling-high-school-grayling-mi/gam6ed7892b60
8 months ago, Teresa Bonamie