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March 6 Paw Paw 51 Plainwell 73
District play ended for the Lady Reds with their third one sided loss to Plainwell.
Chloe Salman had 21 points and Kayli Bowen added 10.
March 5 Paw Paw 61 Vicksburg 62
A boys basketball season that started with so much crashed again with a frustrating loss to the Bulldogs. At the midway Paw Paw had an 8-2 record, but ended 12-8. Tanner Eubank was the lone bright spot. His 20 points have him a career 1262 point total, a new record eclipising Bernard Varnesdeel's 1259 set 20 years ago. Nick Klingel added 16 points and Julian Newell 10.
March 4 Paw Paw 60 Otsego 53
Three seniors with a total of 11 years of varsity experinece came up big at the end of the game to put the Lady Redskins in the District Finals. Chloe Salman and Kayli Bowen made 11 of 13 free throws in the final minutes, and Breiann Davies came up with some key rebounds to claim the win. Salman scored a game high 27 points, Bowen added 15, Davies had nine points and 11 boards, and Makayla Barnhart added seven each ofr points and rebounds. The Reds scored their last 13 points of the game at the stripe.
February 27 Paw Paw 72 Edwardsburg 70
A last second full court dash for a lay up by Parker Marcon gave the 'Skins a comeback win. They had trailed by nine with 1:09 left in the game. Klingel hit a triple from NBA range and added a pair of free throws. Tanner Eubank also connected from long distance and a two pointer by freshman Luke Tolliver gave the home team a one point lead with 12 seconds left. The Eddies made a pair of free throws to regain the lead, but Parker Marcon took the inbounds pass with six seconds left, avoided a trap at mid court and took it all the way for the game winnng goal. Klingel led with 20, Collin Siwula 13, Luke Tolliver 11, and Eubank and Luke Tolliver 10 apiece.
February 27 Paw Paw 38 Plainwell 48
The Redskins girls stayed with undefeated Plainwell for a half in the conference title game. The speed of the Lady Trojans became a factor after the break, creating several uncontested lay-ups. Chloe Salman led with 14, and Breiann Davies added nine. The Redskins JV team avenged their only loss of the season and took the league title with a 40-31 win.
February 20 Paw Paw 51 South Haven 44
Led by Chloe Salman and Breiann Davies who combined for 25 points and 25 rebounds, the Lady Reds completed a 10-0 season in the Wolverine Western Division. The JV girls also won their division with the win over the Rams.
February 20 Paw Paw 48 South Haven 82
Paw Paw's boys continued their late season slump, losing to a Rams team they had defeated by 15 earlier in the season. Jacob Vorce had nine points and Luke Toliver eight for the 'Skins.
February 17 Paw Paw 54 Allegan 35
Chloe Salman scored 26 to nearly match the Lady Tiger's point total. Brei Davies added 11 points and 10 rebounds and Makayla Barnhart had 6-7.
February 17 Paw Paw 84 Allegan 62
Collin Siwula had 11 points in the first four minutes of play and went on to a career high 25 points with four triples. Tanner Eubank added 22, Jacob Vorce 11, Parker Marcon 10 and Nick Klingel 9. Klingel led in boards with 10.
February 13 Paw Paw 54 Coloma 70
A four win Comet team gave the Redskins division title hopes a big hit by dominating them for a win. Tanner Eubank scored 16, Nick Klingel 14, Collin Siwual 10 and Parker Marcon and Eli Toliver 7 apiece. The Reds were totally out shot, out rebounded, and just out played from the opening jump.
February 13 Paw Paw 63 Coloma 27
The Lady Redskins hoop team celebrated their Wolverine West title with an easy win over the Comets. Makayla Barnhart led with 11 points, sophmore Madison Ball added 10 in her first varsity game, and Brei Davies added nine. Ten Reds scored on the night.
February 10 Paw Paw 78 Three Rivers 71
Tanner Eubank scored 21 in the first half and a career best 36 for the game with a dozen rebounds. The individual point total puts him in a tie with two others for the second highest scoring game at PPHS. Nick Klingel added 20 points and nine boards, Jacob Vorce scored six, Collin Siwula five, and Eli Toliver two points.
Feburary 10 Paw Paw 63 Three Rivers 49
Breiann Davies had career bests in points (18) and rebounds (23) to lead the Lady Redskins to the win. Chloe Salman contributed 19 points and Mahayla Barnhart eight.
Paw Paw's wrestling team finished eighth out of 10 teams competing in the Wolverine Conference Wrestling Meet Saturday. Allegan, a state wrestling power captured the title for the 10th year in a row. Jacob White, competing at 135 pounds was the lone Redskins top two finisher, winning the medal with a pin at 5:33.
February 7 Paw Paw 52 Baldwin 58
The Redskins lost their second tight up tempo basetball game in about 18 hours at the Grand Rapids Union one game invitational. Showing signs of exhaustion at times the boys still played even most of the game. Baldwin is just a Class D school, but usually very strong, and this year possess a Michigan Mr. Basketball candidate. Nick Klingel provided much of the offense with 23 points including five treys plus 10 boards. Tanner Eubank added 16 points and six assiss. Eli Toliver and Jacob Vorce scored four apiece, Parker Marcon 3, and Collin Siwula, 2 points. Paw Paw's 12-1 JVs defeated the Grand Rapids Union JV squad 67-50.
February 6 Paw Paw 67 Dowagiac 74
Dowagiac pulled into first place in the Wolverine West with the win. Parker Marcon had a career scoring night with 27 including some amazing driving lay ups. Nick Klingel added 16 points and 12 boards.
February 6 Paw Paw 57 Dowagaic 14
The Lady 'Skins completely dominated the Lady Chiefatain led by Chloe Salman's 18.
Paw Paw's bowling teams swept Plainwell with the girls throwing a 30-0 shutout of the Lady Trojans led by Leah Kline's 203 line. Doug Lombard charted the top score for the boys with 194 as they won a close one from the Trojans 13-13.
February 3 Paw Paw 37 St. Joseph Michigan Lutheran 54
The Lady 'Skins were no match for the Lady Titans, one of the smallest Class D teams in the sate with an enrollment of 101 in the high school. Chloe Salman managed 13 points against a very storng ML defense, and Makayla BArnhart added 11.
January 30 Paw Paw 72 Berrien Springs 51
Three seniors sparked the Lady Red's offense against the Lady 'Rocks. Chloe Salman scored 22, Kayli Bowen 18 and Breiann Davies a dozen as they increased their Wolverine West lead to two games.
January 30 Paw Paw 86 Berrien Springs 58
Tanner Eubank's career best 34 points including seven threes sparked the Redskins offense to 86 points for the second time this season against the Shamrocks. Klingel added 23 points, eight boards, seven steals and six assists in an all around outstanding evening. Marcon had six tallies, seven assists and six rebounds. Siwula added eight points and Vorce seven. Edwards had a acreer best 10 rebounds to lead his team.
January 23 Paw Paw 70 Edwardsburg 45
Chloe Salman led the way to a West Divison win with 23 points. Allison Baney added 16 and Brei Davies 12 and 12 boards.
January 23 Paw Paw 49 Edwardsburg 70
The Redskns boys offense collapsed at Edwardburg causing their initial Wolverine West loss of the season. Collin Siwula was only double digit scorer with 12 plus eight boards.
Paw Paw's wrestling team had their best day of the season going 2-0 at the Plainwell Wolverine Quad Meet. A total of seven Redskins went 2-0 on the day. It was the first win over Vicksburg since 1969.
January 17 Paw Paw 54 South Haven 39
For a change the Redskins boys jumped out quickly to a double digit lead and maintained it most of the night against the Rams. Tanner Eubank led with 17, Nick Klingel added 16 with seven for seven free throw shooting, and Parker Marcon contributed nine points and some fancy passing. Collin Siwula and Jordan Edwards each scored six.
January 17 Paw Paw 58 South Haven 51
Chloe Salman's 20 points led the Lady Reds to lone possesion of first place in the Wolverine West with help from Kayli Bowen (11 points), Allison Baney (10), and Makayla Barnhart and Breiann Davies with eight apiece.
January 14 Paw Paw 36 Coloma 24 Paw Paw 21 South Haven 48
Kyle Loehrs, Jacob White, and Zach White all went 2-0 in a Wolverine Wrestling Quad at Dowagiac as their team split their two matches.
January 13 Paw Paw 59 Vicksburg 54
A big final few minutes by some veteran players pulled out a win over the 'Dogs. Nick Klingel had 11 final period points and a key defensive block. Parker Marcon and Tanner Eubank converted their free throws in the final minute to claim the win. Marcon had 16, Klingel 14, and Eubank 13 with Collin Siwula pulling down seven boards.
January 13 Paw Paw 48 Vicksburg 60
Chloe Salman was about all the offense the Lady 'Skins could muster in a loss to Vicksburg. Salman had 21 points with Breiann Davies and Allison Baney each adding six.
January 10 Paw Paw 76 Coloma 66
After falling behind by 10 at halftime, the Redskins came back with a 52 point second half to subdue a good Coloma team. Tanner Eubank stepped up after break with 21 second half points to end the evening with 21. Parker Marcon added 13, Jaacob Vorce 12 and Nick Klingel 11.
January 10 Paw Paw 64 Coloma 28
The Lady 'Skins broke out to a 20-0 lead over the Comets to claim an east Wolverine West win with Chloe Salman topping the scorng chart with 21. Makayla Barnhart added 14, Brooke Vantilburg 10, Rachel Cook seven and Kayli Bowen six points.
January 3 Paw Paw 80 Muskegon Heights Academy 66
Chloe Salman had a huge game with 21 points, 12 rebounds, 8 assists, and 7 steals. Makayla Barnhart contributed 14 points and 15 boatds, Breianna Davies scored 14 and Allison Baney 11.
December 27 Paw Paw 55 Benton Harbor 70
The Tigers won their own holiday tournament over the Redskins despite 24 points by Nick Klingel.
December 26 Paw Paw 59 Bridgman 44
The Redskins boys pulled away from the Bees late in the first round of the Benton Harbor basketball tournament with Nick Klingel topping the scoring with 15 plus 10 rebounds. Tanner Eubank added 13 tallies and Parker Marcon 11.
December 20 Paw Paw 69 Dowagiac 68
Tanner Eubank's three pointer with under a minute left dropped the Chieftains from the undefeated list. Eubank led his team with 23 points followed by Nick Klingel 15, Collin Siwula 12, and Parker Marcon 10. Klingel topped the rebound charts with 10 and Marcon added 7.
December 20 Paw Paw 53 Dowagiac 30
Kayli Bowen led the way to a Lady Redskins hoops win with 14 points and 8 boards. Chloe Salman contributed 13 tallies and Makayla Barnhart 9.
December 16 Paw Paw 60 Otsego 66
The Redskins battled state rated Otsego and their 7-0 Division I center all night, but fell just short. Nick Klingel topped the offensive effort with 19, Tanner Eubank added 15, Parker Marcon and Collin Siwula 11, and Jordan Edwards 4.
December 16 Paw Paw 34 Otsego 42
A lack of offense tripped up the Lady Redskins at the Bulldogs gym. Makayla Barnhart led with nine points, Kayli Bowen 7 and Chloe Salman 6. Breiann Davies had 10 boards.
December 13 Paw Paw 39-21 Delton Paw Paw 42-30 Gull Lake Paw Paw 29 Delton 48
Paw Paw 54 Parchment 18 Paw Paw 25 Ionia 51
Redskins wrestlers took three of five matches at the Delton-Kellogg Invitational. 5-0 Paw Paw wrestlers included: Kyle Loehrs, Jacob White, Zach White and Dominick Reo.
December 12 Paw Paw 86 Berrien Springs 61
Paw Paw boys hoops team won easily over Shamrocks led by Nick Klingel with 27 points, Tanner Eubank 26 and Collin Siwula with 14 including 4 treys.
Lady Reds had few problems with Chloe Salmon leading the way with 16. Brei Davies and Allison Baney added 10 and Kayli Bowen 9. Davies also contributed a dozen rebounds.
December 10 Paw Paw's Competitive Cheer team opened their season well with a first place finish in the 1st Wolverine Meet with a strong 694.54 rating.
December 10 Paw Paw 21 Dowagiac 54
A lack of wrestlers in the high and low weight classes was costly to the Redskins grapplers, but they scored well in the matches they actually competed in. Kyle Loehrs won at 130 pounds, Jacob White 135, Anthony Reo 152 and Dominic Reo 171.
December 9 Paw Paw 45 Mattawan 53
A 19-8 fourth quarter led the Lady Wildcats past the Lady Redskins. Chloe Salman was the lone double digit scorer for Paw Paw with 20. Breiann Davies led the rebouding charts with a dozen
December 9 Paw Paw 66 Mattawan
15 of 21 free throw shooting in the final quarter led the Reds past the Wildcats. Parker Marcon converted 10 of 12 of the charity tosses and scored 15 on the night. Tanner Eubank led the scoring list with 21 followed closely by Nick Klingel with 20, and Jordan Edwards added 10 tallies.
December 6 Paw Paw 27 Gull Lake 3 Paw Paw 10 Gull Lake 20
Paw Paw's boys bowling team rolled over Gull Lake easily led by Jacob DuCharme's 254 and 213 lines. Jeff DuCharme contributed a 202 game and Drew Miller shot a 185. The Lady Reds had an untypical bad day dropping a decision to the Lady Blue Devils......or are they the Blue Angels? By a 10-20 score anyway. Becky Fodor had the team high game with a 159.
December 5 Paw Paw 68 Edwardsburg 38
Chloe Salman topped the scoring list with 23 points, adding another great night at the free throw stripe. (seven for eight). Kayli Bowen contribued 14 points and 18 rebounds while Breiann Davies and Makayla Barnhart each pulled down nine boards. The Redskins came up with a total of 17 steals for the night.
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December 2 Paw Paw 43 Parchment 34
In a season opening hoops contest that looked like.....well, like an opening game, the Lady Redskins managed to pull out a non conference win that mainly to Chloe Salman. Salman was held scoreless much of the night, but converted nine consecutive free throws in the last 2:50 of the game to clinch the win. Both teams were plagued by poor shooting and turnovers most of the evening.
November 24 Congratluations to Redskins quarterback Jay Doll. He has been chosen as the Area Dream Team offensive player of the year. He is the third Redskin to gain this honor in the five years it has been awarded. The other PP players were Andrew Buskirk and Marquis Gill. Mike Van Hoeven, Ian Vandenberg and Jacob Vorce were all selected to the Dream Team 1st team also.
Congratulations to Parker Marcon, 1st team All State soccer selection, and to Aiden Miller and Steven Magallon, Honorable Mention All State Team picks. Finally some recognition for a team that was Wolverine champion, District Champion, and a 2-1 loser to the eventual State Champion in Regional Finals play.
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November 6 Paw Paw 3 Otsego 2
For just the third time in the 40 year history of volleyball at PPHS, the Lady Redskins came home with a District Championship Thursday. In a bitterly fought five set match, they downed the Lady Bulldogs 25-17, 18-25, 25-22, 22-25, 15-10. MacAuley Petersen had an amazing 26 kills and Alexis Ball contributed 47 assists in the victory.
November 5 Paw Paw 3 Plainwell 1
MacAuley Petersen led the way to a District Semi-final win over the Lady Trojans Wednesday. Peterson recorded 15 kills, eight digs, three aces and one block to place her team in the District Finals.
November 3 Paw Paw 3 Allegan 0
Lady Redskins volleyball won their pre-district match against the Lady Tigers 3-0 by scores of 25-13, 25-16, and 25-21. MacAuley Petersen led the way with two aces, 11 kills, three blocks, and five digs.
November 1 Congratulations to Lewis Tate who set a personal best and also a school record, running a 16:22 at the MHSAA Cross Country State Finals. Tate finished 31st out of 331 runners competing.
October 31 Paw Paw 34 Edwardsburg 60
Playoff football lasted just one game, as the Reds once again were unable to stop or even slow down the Eddie's offense. Jay Doll scored twice, Jacob Vorce, Jack Pelletier and Ian Vanderberg each once, but Edwardsburg ran for 571 yards and recovered three onsides kicks in the win. Doll's TD pass to Vorce was the 33rd of his career, a new school record.
October 24 Paw Paw 38 South Haven 14
The Redskins football team earned a fifth straight trip to the playoffs with the win over the Rams. Jay Doll had 200 yards passing and 115 rushing. Jacob Vorce caught six passes for 157 yards through the air. Ian Vandenberg scored three touchdowns, Doll one and Vorce caught a 46 yard option pass from Jack Pelletier. Ross Beck and Vandenberg each had a pair of two point conversions.
October 23 Paw Paw 1 Hudsonville Unity Christian 2
The Redskins soccer team fell in the Regional finals to the top rated team in the state. Ricardo Vasquez scored the lone Paw Paw goal with an assist from Brennan Davison. After the score Paw Paw lost two players to red cards and had to finish the game two men short including when the winning goal was scored.
October 21 Paw Paw 2 Lansing Catholic Central 1
In the opening round of Regional soccer play, Parker Marcon scored with 20 seconds remaining in regulation to claim the win. In their 1998-99 state championship title year, the Redskins won their opening regional game 2-1..........over Lansing Catholic Central.........in double overtime.
October 18 Paw Paw 2 South Haven 0
Paw Paw's soccer team came home with the District Championship title, but it wasn't easy. A South Haven team the Redskins defeated 8-0 earlier in the season battled to a 0-0 tie at the half. Second half goals by Parker Marcon and Will Gooding with two assists for Steven Magallon finally did the trick. Josh Crump and Trent Heidema shared the shutout in the net.
October 17 Paw Paw 20 Dowagiac 7
Redskins football is still on track for another return to the playoffs. Ian Vandenberg set a school record that will never be broken with a 99 yard TD sprint from scrimmage. Jay Doll ws 10 for 16 passing for 120 yards and a TD toss to Jacob Vorce. Phelan Brennan booted a pair of field goals and the defense led by Ross Beck's 12 tackles stopped the Chieftains most of the evening.
October 15 Paw Paw 3 Niles Brandywine 1
Two second half goals put the Redskins in the soccer District Finals against South Haven. Parker Marcon, Brennan Davison and Aiden Miller scored and Jonathan Balkema and Will Gooding assisted.
October 13 Paw Paw 8 Berrien Springs 0
Parker Marcon scored two goals in the District Tournament win, breaking Dave Holzworth's single season goal record of 34 set in the 1998-99 season. Steven Magallon also scored twice and Aiden Miller, Josh Doan, Will Gooding and Cameron Kirkpatrick each scored once. Jason Crump recorded the save in goal.
October 13 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Hackett 0 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Central 0 Paw Paw 3 Schoolcraft 0
Redskins volleyball swept all three opponents at the Paw Paw Volleyball Quad, winning six of seven sets.
October 10 Paw Paw 62 Coloma 0
Redskins football scored all 62 points in the first half breaking a three game losing streak. Jay Doll set a school record accounting for seven touchdowns, five rushing and two passing. Jacob Vorce and Jared Yarbrough each caught a Doll scoring strike and Ian Vandenberg and Jack Pelletier also crossed the goal line afoot. Armando Garcia tied a school record with three pass interceptions, and Cameron McLaughlin pulled in a pair of Comet tosses.
October 9 For the fourth straight season, Redskins boys tennis has won a trip to the state finals after finishing third in the regional. 2nd doubles duo Cameron Brown and Lucas Schupbach led the way earning regional champions status while 1st doubles tandem Justin Henry and Devan Dodd finished the day as regional runners up.
October 8 Paw Paw 3 Plainwell 2
In a thrilling Wolverine Conference title game, the Redskins won in double overtime to claim their first Wolverine Conference championship. Ricardo Vasquez scored in the first half to tie the game 1-1, and Steven Magallon hit a 40 yard shot with 20 seconds left in the second period to send the game into overtime. After a scoreless first extra period, Magallon connected on a penalty kick with eight minutes on the clock in OT #2 for what would prove to be the game winner. Trent Heidema had a big night in goal with eight saves.
October 6 Paw Paw 5 Sturgis 0
A four goal second half put the Redskins in the Wolverine Conference Tournament Finals. Aiden Miller led the way with two goals while Steven Magallon had one score and two assists. Parker Marcon added one goal, one assists, Cameron Kirkpatrick one goal, and Will Gooding one assist. Trent Heidema and Jacon Crump shared the shutout in goal.
October 3 Paw Paw 8 Berrien Springs 26
Paw Paw was surprised by a Berrien Springs team that obviously was a better team than the Reds. The running game was completely shut down with 10 negative rushing attempts in the first half alone. Quarterback Jay Doll ran for his life all night, but still managed to complete 20 of 33 passes for 207 yards. Jacob Vorce caught 10 passes for 110 yards and Doll ran four yards for the only Redskin TD, throwing a two point conversion pass to Vorce. Jeff Burch came up with the defensive highlight of the game, a pass intereption on the Paw Paw two yard line.
October 2 Paw Paw 6 Allegan 1
It wasn't as easy as the score indicates, but the Redskins soccer team moved to 13-0-1 with a win over Allegan. The game was tied 1-1 with 14 minutes left, but the Reds exploded for five goals to win going away. Parker Marcon had three shots in the goal, and Will Gooding, Jonathon Balkema and Cameron Kirkpatrick one each. Assists were credited to:Marcon, Kirkpatrick, Steven Magallon, Ricardo Vasquez and Aiden Miller.
September 29 Paw Paw 8 Vicksburg 0
Redskins soccer recorded their 12th win of the year over the Bulldogs. Parker Marcon topped the scoring list with four goals, Josh Richmond contributed two and Aiden Miller and Ricardo Vasquez each scored one time.
September 27 Paw Paw 6 Lakeshore-Stevensville 0
Steven Magallon led the Redskins soccer team with a pair of goals and one assist. Will Godding, Aiden Miller, Ricardo Vasquez and Todd MacDonald each also scored, while Cameron Kirkpatrick assisted twice and Parker Marcon and Magallon each had one assist.
September 26 Paw Paw 57 Edwardsburg 62
The Eddies football team once again escaped with a high scoring win over the Redskins, but this time they did it throught the air with four TD passes plus their usually confusing wing-t running attack. The 'Skins scored with 28 seconds left to produce the final score and then covered an onsides kick to have one last attempt at a win. A desperation pass with one second left failed. Ross Beck had 2 TDs, Brennan MacDonald 1, Jay Doll, 3 and Ian Vandenburg 2 including a 85 yard kickoff return. Vandenberg rushed for 190 yards and Doll 181. The two team total of 119 points is the 11th highest in Michigan high school football history when the losing team scores 40 points or more.
September 22 Paw Paw 7 Dowagiac 1
Redskins soccer moved their record to 9-0-1 on the season with an easy win over the Chieftains. Aiden Miller led the way with three goals and Will Gooding, Steven Magallon, Parker Marcon and Ricardo Vasquez each added one.
September 22 Paw Paw 8 South Haven 0
After sweeping the Rams, Paw Paw's boys tennis team now holds an 4-0 Wolverine East record, and stands at 6-1-1 in all contests.
September 19 Paw Paw 20 Vicksburg 25
Redskins football lost their chance for an undefeated season and their #5 state ranking falling to the 'Dogs. Ian Vandenberg opened the game with a 94 yard TD on a kickoff return, (a new school record) and Jack Pelletier also scored with less than two minutes played in the first quarter for a quick 14-0 lead. After that it was all Vicksburg as they dominated the game on both offense and defense.
September 16 Paw Paw 6 Lake Michigan Catholic 1
Parker Marcon's three goal night led the Reds to their seventh win of the season. Ricardo Vasquez, Will Godding and Josh Doan also found the net. Aiden Miller had a pair of assists and Todd MacDonald, Steve Magallon, and Brennan Davidsion all recorded one.
September 12 Paw Paw 45 Allegan 12
It was an easy football win at Allegan. About the only bump in the road was an Allegan TD that made the score 14-6 after an 88 yard fumble return of a questionable fumble. Jacob Vorce and Jared Yarbrough each caught a pair of TD passes from Jay Doll while Jack Pelletier and John Wilenga each ran in a score. Doll completed 24 of 35 passes for 317 yards and Pelletier added three two point conversions and vorce one.
September 10 Paw Paw 9 Berrien Springs 2
The Redskins soccer express rolled on with a dominating performance at the Shamrock's field. David led the offense with three goals and one assist, Parker Marcon and Aiden Miller each contributed one goal and one assist. Ricardo Vasquez added a goal and an assist, and Josh Doan one score. Will Godding assisted on three goals, and Fernando Urbina one.
September 6 Paw Paw 29 Three Rivers 0
Jack Pelletier scored on a 50 yards pass from Jay Doll and a three yard run plus a pair of two point coversions. Ian Vandenberg added his own three yard TD run, and Jacob Vorce caught a 14 yard Dow scoring toss. Doll completed 18 of 27 passes for 274 yards.
September 6 Paw Paw 8 Marcellus 3
David Magallon led the Redskins soccer team with two goals and three assists. Parker Marcon added two goals and one assist, Ricardo Vasquez two goals, Cameron Kirkpatrick one goal two assists, and Aiden Miller also one goal and a pair of assists.
September 3 Paw Paw 4 Otsego 4
The Redskins lost all four singles tennis matches but managed a tie by winning all four doubles events. Winners for the 'Skins included doubles tandems of Tyler Henry/Devan Dodd, Cameron Brown/Lucas Schupbach, Major Stevens/Dan Lyons and Austin Swaim/Lucas Wallin.
Paw Paw 2 Edwardsburg 1
Redskins soccer still has their undefeated streak alive after a tight win over the Eddies. Ricardo Vasquez scored off of Cameron Kirkpatrick's assist, and Kirpatrick added the winning goal with Parker Marcon contributing the assist.
September 2 Paw Paw 9 Kalamazoo Christian 1
Redskins soccer maintained their undefeated season with a demolition of the Comets. Parker Marcon had four goals, Jonathon Balkema, Ricardo Vasquez, Aiden Miller, David Magallon and Austin Callihan one each. Magallon added four assists, Vasquez two, and one each for Cameron Kirkpatrick, Aiden Miller, and Will Gooding.
August 28 Paw Paw 43 Otsego 20
Redskin football got off to a good start with a win at Otsego. Ian Vandenberg scored three rushing TDs and added three two point conversions. Cole Luma returned an interception for six points, Jared Yarbrough caught a TD pass from Jay Doll, and Doll also scored from 10 yards out.
August 25 Paw Paw 3 Otsego 1
Paw Paw boys soccer moved to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in the Wolverine East with the win. Parker Marcon, Will Gooding and Hunter Rose scored goals with assists to Ricardo Vasquez and Austin Payne.
August 23 Paw Paw 2 Lake Michigan Catholic 0 Paw Paw 2 Saugatuck 0 Paw Paw 2 Bridgman 0
The Lady Redskins volleyball got their season off to a great start bringing home the trophy from the Lawton Invitational.
August 22 Paw Paw 8 Parchment 0
Paw Paw's boys soccer team started their season with a dominance of the Panthers. Aiden Miller scored three goals, Parker Marcon two, and Will Godding, Kody Brovold, Cameron Kirkpatrick each found the Panther net once. Trent Heidema and Josh Crump shared the shutout on the net.
August 21 Paw Paw 5 Kalamazoo Hackett Prep 3 Paw Paw 5 Niles Brandywine 3 Paw Paw 1 Traverse City St. Francis 7
The 2014-15 PPHS fall sports season began with the Redskins boys tennis team taking two of three matches against three of last year's State Finalists teams at home. Winners for the Reds included: Singles Justin Henry 1-2 and Conner Welling 2-1. Doubles winners included: Tyler Henry/Devan Dodd 3-0, Cameron Brown/Jake Baker 1-0, Cameron Brown/Lucas Schupbach 1-0, Major Stevens/Austin Swain 1-2, and Dan Lyons/Lucas Walling 2-1.
A total of six Lady Redskins soccer players have been honored for their team's record setting season as members of the MHSSCA All State team. Sophomore Kaley Buck was named to the first team, Junior Chloe Salman second team, Sophonore Sydney Walker third team, and Junior Breiann Davies, Freshman Brooklin Deming and Sophomore Cassidy Connor all earning Honorable Mention status.
Three more 2014 PPHS grads have committed to play a college sport next year. Kevin Suwarsky will be playing baseball at KVCC, Kyle Williams will join three Redskins football teammates at Concordia University, Ann Arbor, and Marcus Niles will be playing for Saddleback College,Mission Viejo, California.
June 11 Paw Paw 0 Hudsonville Unity Christian 4
The dream season for Lady Redskins soccer came to an end against their number one nemesis. The Crusaders dominated play to earn their tenth straight trip to the State Finals. They have seven of the past nine titles.
Redskins softball battled the Panthers for nine innings to win the Regional Semi-Finals game. Morgan Stieber had three hits and Kayli Bowen two. Holly Vantilburg went all the way on the mound for the win, striking out 17 Lady Panthers. In the Finals game Lakeshore jumped out to an early lead and coasted to the win.
June 6 Paw Paw 1 Williamston 0
It is on to the State Semi-Finals for the Lady Redskins soccer team. They brought home the Regional trophy with Kaley Buck scoring the lone goal of the night off an assist from Brooklyn Deming. Net minder Hailey Neudeck had an amazing 22 saves to keep the Hornets off the scoreboard.
June 3 Paw Paw 2 Otsego 1
Lady Redskins ended a long streak of futility in Regional games with a come from behind win. Kaley Buck and Chloe Salman provided the offense with one goal each, and an assists on the other's goal.
May 31 Paw Paw 5 South Haven 0
Lady Redskins soccer captured their sixth straight District trophy and their eighth in nine years defeating South Haven in a game scoreless at the break. Kaley Buck scored three times and Chloe Salman and Sydney Walker each added one.
Paw Paw's softball captured just the third District title in 41 years of softball at Paw Paw.
May 31 Paw Paw 3 Edwardsburg 9
Redskin baseball fell in the District Semi-Finals game. The Reds had just five hits from Bobby Yarbrough, Parker Marcon, Kyle Williams, Mike Strong and a two run double off the bat of Jay Doll.
May 27 Paw Paw 1 South Haven 11 Paw Paw 3 South Haven 7
In a pair of make up games, Redskin coach Vanderburg chose to give everyone playing time while preparing for the District Tournament. Bobby Yarbrough and Kyle Williams led the offense with a pair of hits each.
May 27 Paw Paw 8 Berrien Springs 0
Lady Reds soccer began their tournament trail with a mercy rule win over the Lady Shamrocks that ended three minutes into the second half. Chloe Salman scored three times, and Kaley Buck, Cassidy Conner, Cassie Small, Hannah Warner and Sydney Walker one each. Brooklyn Deming had three assists, Cassidy Conner 2, and 1 apiece for Cassie Small and Kaley Buck. Allie Thompson recorded the shutout in goal.
May 22 Paw Paw 5 Kalamazoo Chrisitian 1 Paw Paw 5 Kalamazoo Christian 3
Mackenzie Earl had a hot bat to lead her team to a softball double header sweep over the Comets. Earl ended the day with three hits including two home runs, and four RBI. Holly Vantilburg won the opener fanning 10 of the Comets, and Kayli Bowen picked up the second game win.
Congratulations to six members of the Lady Redskins league champions soccer team. Kaley Buck, Cassidy Conner and Sydney Walker were all seclected to the Wolverine Conference 1st team, while Breiann Davies, Chloe Salman and Brooklyn Deming were Honorable Mention squad members. Salman, Davies, and Buck were also honored by the league last season.
May 21 Paw Paw 4 Allegan 1
The first championship in school history for girls soccer was the result of the title game. In a scoreless first half, Chloe Salman launched a shot from 35 feet out at the sideline that hit the net with one second left in the first half. In the second period Hannah Warner, Kaley Buck and Salman again scored with assists credited to Salman and Cassidy Conner. Hailey Neudeck was outstandng in goal.
Congratulations to Jacqueline DeCharme 2014 Paw Paw grad who has signed with Aquinas College to be a member of the bowling team.
May 19 Paw Paw 4 South Haven 0
Lady Redskins soccer moved to the conference championship game with a win over the Rams. Hannah Warner scored twice, Chloe Salman and Kaley Buck once each. Cassie Small and Brooklyn Deming recorded assists, and Allie Thompson got the shutout in goal.
May 19 Paw Paw 3 Gull Lake 4 Paw Paw 4 Gull Lake 1
Kaylie Bowen got a win over the Blue Devils, and Holly Vantiburg took a loss despite recording 11 strikeouts.
Paw Paw baseball claimed the Wolverine title with a win over the Eddies, and a come from victory in the final game. Trailing 2-0 going into the top of the seventh, the 'Skins rallied for three with Kyle Williams driving in the tying run and Mike Strong the game winner. Jeff Burch picked up the win with Jack Pelletier earning the save in the final frame.
May 17 Paw Paw 9 Allegan 7 Paw Paw 1 Dowagiac 4
Redskins softball reached the semi-finals of the league tourney by defeating Allegan, but fell in the next game. Holly Vantilburg picked up a win on the mound, but was also saddled with the defeat.
May 13 Paw Paw 16 Bangor 0 Paw Paw 15 Bangor 0
An easy double header sweep for Redskns softball allowed a lot of bench players playing time. Kinsey Carr collected four hits, Kayli Bowen and Brooke Vantilburg three each. Brooke Vantilburg and Kayla Matheny picked up the pitching victories.
May 13 Paw Paw 3 Three Rivers 1
Jeff Burch pitched a strong game for the win, allowing no earned runs in six innings with nine strikeouts. Jack Pelletier finished the game getting his fourth save of the year. Parker Marcon collected three hits and Jay Doll, Kyle Williams and Kevin Suwarsky each had an RBI. Michael Strong had an outstnading defensive game at first base.
May 12 Paw Paw 2 Otsego 0
Kaley Buck and Chloe Salman found the Bulldogs net and the Lady Redskins captured the Wolverine East title for the second year in a row. Hailey Neudeck recorded her first save of the season in the net.
In the Paw Paw baseball Invitational, the Reds dropped a pair of close contests.
May 10 Paw Paw 12 Schoolcraft 2 Paw Paw 1 Niles
At the Lawton softball invitational, the 'Skins finished in the runner up position, winning two of three games. Kayli Bowen with seven hits, Melissa Bradley and Sarah Wyman with six, and Holly Vantilburg with five led the hitting attack.
May 10 Lady Reds finished fifth in the Wolverine Conference girls tennis meet. The doubles teams of Sydney Jennings-Emily Haase and Sophia Schmidt-Kaylee Painter each finished fourth, earning All Conference Honorable Mention status.
Redskins softball swept Planwell led by Melissa Bradley's seven hits and five for Taylor Dwyer and Morgan Stieber. Kayli Bowen and Brooke Vantilburg picked up the wins.
May 9 Congratulations to Paw Paw Sophomore Ian VanDenBerg. Running at the Allegan Relays, Ian broke both the 100 and 200 meter dash records for PPHS. His 10.70 in the 100 eclipsed Andrew Buskirk who clocked in at 10.75 in the 2009-10 season. His 22.01 time in the 200 bettered the previous record of 22.4 by Zacarrii Hamby in the 1995-96 track and field season.
May 9 Paw Paw 7 Plainwell 3
A suspended game from May 2nd was completed with the Redskins scoring four runs in the eighth inning for the win. Patrcik King finished the work he had done on the mound previously, tossing 5.1 innings of two hit, no run baseball for the win.
May 8 Paw Paw 1 Coloma 0 Paw Paw 0 Coloma 2
The Redskins and Comets split a double header featuring quality pitching.
May 8 Paw Paw 11 Coloma 0 Paw Paw 11 Coloma 7
Austin Callahan and Kevin Suwarsky picked up pitching wins in sweep of the Comets. Bobby Yarbrough had three hits including a double and triple and six RBI. Suwarsky belted a home run and two singles for three RBI and Michael Strong's pair of hits drove in three runs.
May 6 Paw Paw 3 Otsego 2 Paw Paw 7 Otsego 4
The Reds snatched a pair of baseball game from the Bulldogs with some strong pitching and timely hitting. In the opener Bobby Yarbrough had three hits and Jeff Burch picked up the win with a strong six inning performance. In game two Kyle Williams had a pair of doubles and two RBI while Parker Marcon picked up a complete game victory.
May 5 Paw Paw 1 Comstock 0
It wasn't as easy as expected, but the Lady Reds soccer team stretched their unbeaten streak to 11 games. Chloe Salman scored on a nice pass from Kaley Buck with nine minutes to go for the only score. Comstock keeper Ashley Cross had an amazing 25 saves as the Reds outshot the Colts 44 to 3.
May 5 Paw Paw 7 Otsego 1
Winners for Redskins girls tennis included: Kendall Welling, Leah Kline, Megan McCaw, Shelby Engler and doubles teams of Nicole Walters/Karina Pantoja, Sydney Jennings/Emily Haase and Sophia Schmidt/Hannah Devall. The girls finished third in the league in dual meets.
May 3 Paw Paw 4 Mattawan 3
Redskins girls soccer undefeated streak now has reached 10 games. They struck for three second half goals after being tied with the Lady 'Cats at the break. Chloe Salman connected for a three goal hat trick and Kaley Buck added the other.
May 2 Paw Paw 8 Plainwell 1 Paw Paw 3 Plainwell 3
After a first game win, the 'Skins were forced to accept a darkness curtailed tie in game two. Jeff Burch picked up the first game win with Parker Marcon collecting three hits and Jack Pelletier, Jay Doll and Mike Strong two each. Strong added a pair of RBI. In the shortened nightcap Bobby Yarbrough had two base hits and Strong drove in a pair of runs.
May 2 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Hackett 0
Last year the Lady Redskins soccer team broke a long standing jinx, beating Kalamazoo Hackett for the first time ever in 37 attempts. This year it became a two game winning streak over the Irish as the Reds controlled play throughout the night. Cassidy Conner, Kaley Buck and Chloe Salman scored goals with Hannah Warner, Conner and Brooklyn Deming providing the assists. Allie Thompson and Hailey Neudeck shared the shutout in goal.
April 30 Paw Paw 5 Comstock 3
A third doubles match decided just before the rains came game gave the Lady Reds tennis team a win over the Colts. Sydney Jennings and Emiy Haase pulled out the win just in time. Other winners included: #1 singles Kendall Wellling, and the other three double duos of Nicole Walters/Karina Pantoja, Kelsey Heidema/Hope Kline, Sophia Schmidt/Hannah Devall.
April 30 Paw Paw 5 Vicksburg 2
Lady Redskins soccer continued their winning ways. Kaley Buck scored twice, and Brooklyn Deming, Chloe Salman and Hannah Warner also dented the Bulldogs net with a shot.
Redskin pitcher Holly Vantilburg took a 1-0 loss despite allowing just one hit in seven innings of work, and racking up 12 strikeouts. In game two Kayli Bowen also allowed just one hit, but the Lady Reds bats came alive. Brooke Vantilburg had a pair of doubles and Melissa Bradley a single and triple.
Parker Marcon and Kyle Williams picked up wins on the hill. Jack Pelletier led offense with four hits, 3 2Bs and 5 RBI. Mike Strong contributed a pair of 2Bs and 2 RBI.
April 28 Paw Paw 11 Kalamazoo Hackett 3
The Lady Reds made it 25 wins in their last 26 games against the Irish, with Brooke Vantilburg stealing some of her older sister's thunder with four hits and three RBI. Holly Vantilburg did pick up the win and had a pair of hits herself. Sara Wyman added three hits and Kayli Bowen two.
April 28 Paw Paw 5 Kalamazoo Hackett 6
Three first inning unearned runs were costly as the 'Skins lost in nine innings on a walk off single. Bobby Yarbrough had two hits, two walks and one RBI.
April 28 Paw Paw 6 South Haven 0
Lady Redskins soccer continued on their unbeaten ways with a shutout win over the Lady Rams. Soph Kaley Buck scored a career high four goals and fellow Soph Cassidy Conner added one as did Frosh Kate Thompson. Soph Ally Thompson recorded her fifth shutout in the net.
April 26 Paw Paw 2 Gladstone 3 Paw Paw 11 Howard City Tri-County 4
Paw Paw 1 Grand Rapids Convenant Christian 2
The Redskins softball team completed a stretch of nine games in four days including three extra innings affairs with one win in three games at the Howard City Tri-County Invite. Kayli Bowen pitched well but was saddled with both losses and well as picking up a win. Bowen fanned 15 batters in 13 innings allowing just seven hits and four bases on balls. Brooke Vantilburg was limited to nine innings on the mound fanning 20 batters and allowing just three hits and a pair of walks. She also led the offense with four hits, a pair of home runs and five RBI.
Redskin softball suffered their first defeat of the season and split a twin bill with the Lady 'Dawgs. Kayli Bowen collected another win and Holly Vantilburg took her first loss in extra innings. Bowen and Holly Vantilburg each had four hits and Sarah Wyman added three.
April 25 Paw Paw 8 Battle Creek Harper Creek 0
Chloe Salman had a career night with four goals and one assist. Hannah Warner added two shots in goal and Cassie Small and Lian Glomski one goal apiece. Ally Thompson again threw a shutout in the net.
April 24 Paw Paw 1 St. Joseph 11 Paw Paw 0 St. Joseph 7
Redskin bats remained silent as the Bears swept a pair of games. Kyle Williams collcected three hits for the 'Skins.
April 24 Paw Paw 2 St. Joseph 1 Paw Paw 6 St. Joseph 5
Holly Vantilburg picked up a 11 inning win fanning 13 batters and Kayli Bowen also claimed a pitching victory.
April 23 Paw Paw 4 Plainwell 4
In a tight tennis match which included three three set contests, the Lady Reds and Lady Trojans ended tied. Winners for the 'Skins included: 2nd singles Leah Kline, 3rd singles Megan McCaw, 4th singles Shelby Engler and the #3 doubles pairing of Sydney Jennings and Hannah Devall.
April 23 Paw Paw 2 Allegan 1
Hannah Warner scored two Redskins goals in the first four minutes of play, but after that it was a tight game all the with with the 'Skns finally prevailing to raise their record to 4-0-1.
Lady Redskin hurlers Kayli Bowen and Holly Vantilburg each picked up a win in the sweep of the Shamrocks. Kinsey Carr was the offensive star of the day with four hits and Sarah Wyman contribured a triple and homerun.
The Redskins baseball team let leads slip away from them in both games, providing the Shamrock with a double header sweep. Mike Strong did his part with three hits and three RBI.
Redskin golfers just missed second place by one stroke in the Otsego Wolverine Golf Jamboree. Nick Harvey led his team with a round of 39. He was followed by Dylan Ballard 45, Lucas Atkinson 48, and Brennon Davidson 52.
April 19 The Redskins boys golf team played well at Lake Cora Hills,finishing second out of nine team entered in the Lawton Invitational. Dylan Ballard had a memorable moment with a hole in one on the 17 green, using a six iron. Nick Harvey earned medalist honors with a fine early season total of 75.
Lady Redskins softball unleashed a 43 hit attack to sweet the Lady Tigers. Kayli Bowen went 8 for 8 with 4 doubles and 6 RBI. Holly Vantilburg was 6 for 6 with 6 RBI. Bowen and Vantilburg also picked up the wins on the hill. Vantilburg fanned 13 batters.
Michael Strong collected 5 hits and 9 RBI as the Redskin baseball team swept the Tigers. Jeff Burch and Kevin Suwarsky picked up the wins and Parker Marcon added 3 hits, 3 RBI and 5 runs scored.
April 18 Paw Paw 4 Kalamazoo Central 0
Hannah Warner scored two goals for the Lady Reds soccer team and Chloe Salman and Kaley Buck added one apiece.Ally Thompson recorded her third shutout in the net.
April 16 Paw Paw 4 Constantine 0
The Lady Reds picked up a softball win over the Falcons with their talented pitching tandem of Kayli Bowen and Holly Vantilburg striking out a total of 18 batters in seven innings of work with Bowen picking up the win. Seven girls each contributed one hit to the offense.
April 16 Paw Paw 11 Constantine 5
Kyle Williams pitched three scoreless and hitless innings with six strikeouts to record the opening day win. Austin Callahan and Parker Marcon each recorded two hits with Marcon driving home three runs, and Bobby Yarbrough two.
April 16 Paw Paw 9 Berrien Springs 0
Cassie Small recorded a hat trick in the Lady Redskins easy win over the Lady Shamrocks. Grace Richmond and Hannah Warner each added a pair of goals, and Chloe Salman and Hailey Neudeck contributed one each. Ally Thompson was credited with the shutout in the net.
The Lady Reds swept the Dowagiac Softball Invitational to bring home the trophy. Mackenzie Earl led the way with six hits including three doubles and a homerun, plus eight RBI. Holly Vantilburg picked up a pair of wins fanning 17 in 13 innings of work. Holly and Meliss Bradley also each contribruted four hits on the day.
Congratulations to Christian Brian who has committed to play basketball next year at Roosevelt University. He is the seventh member of the 2014 class to committ to a college for athletics next season. Others include Kaelin Lambert and Jessica Beebe basketball at KVCC, Holly Vantilburg softball at Kellogg,and Michael Strong, Tim Wielenga, and Bobby Yarbrough football at Concordia University of Ann Arfor
April 2 Paw Paw 6 South Haven 2
Redskins girls tennis took six of eight flights to win their first match of their year. Winners for the Reds included: Singles: Kendall Welling, Leah Kline, Megan McCaw and Shelby Engler. Winning doubles teams: NicoleWalters/Karina Pantoja and Kelsey Heidema/Hope Kline.
April 2 Paw Paw 0 Marshall 0
The Lady Redskins and the team formerly know as the Marshall Lady Redskins stage a defensvie soccer battle with neither team able to find the net.
March 31 Paw Paw 2 Kalamazoo Christian 1
The Lady Redskins soccer team finally began their season with a win at Kalamazoo. Chloe Salman scored both goals for the 'Skins one in each half and Cassie Small assisted on one.
March 29-The Redskin spring sports season finally opened although it was indoors. The Lady Redskins tennis team finished third of four entrants in the Paw Paw Indoor Classic. The #2 doubles duo of Kelsey Heidema and Hope Kline and fourth doubles team Hannah Devall and Kaylee Painter had the best finishes for the host school, a pair of second places.
Congrautlations to the members of the Redskin boys and girls power lifting teams that will be competing in the State Finals. Caleb Hall, Kevin Suwarsky, Phelan Brennan and Demos Johnson were all Regional Champions and Brennan MacDonald and Dustin Evans finished as runner ups. For the girls Makayla Barnhart and MacKenzie Newelll won the Regionals and Kathy Scheibe finished in second place.
March 5 Paw Paw 60 Otsego 71
The Redskin boys tournament trailed ended against fifth rated Otsego. Tanner Eubank had 29 points, Kyle Williams nine and Nick Klingel eight plus 11 boards. The Redskins are still the only team in the United States to have defeated Otsego this season, their other loss came to a private school in Toronto, Canada.
March 3 Paw Paw 73 Allegan 54
The Redskin boys won the program's first tournament game in nine years. Tanner Eubank led with 20, Christian Brian 15, Nick Klingel 12, Kyle Williams 8, Sean Brennan 7 and Cody Warner and Jared Stansburg 4 apiece.
February 28 Paw Paw 50 South Haven 68
Redskins stayed with Rams for one half. Christian Brian and Nick Klingel led the scoring with 10 apiece and Cody Warner added 8.
February 24 Paw Paw 63 Edwardsburg 65
Paw Paw's boys basketball team led most of the night, but with a three point lead and 30 seconds left enabled the Eddies to score seven points in 18 seconds and hold on for the win. It was the 'Skins third loss in four games after a nine game winning streak. Tanner Eubank topped the scoring list with 29 and Nick Klingel chipped in with 14.
February 24 Paw Paw 45 Plainwell 47
A lack of interior defense in the first half and a shortage of defensive boards in the second eliminated the Lady Redskins in the first round of District Tournament play. Kayli Bowen led the scoring with 16 and Chloe Salman added 15.
February 22 Paw Paw 59 Detroit Consortium 87
The #3 state rated Cougars rolled over the Redskins led by their 6-6 sophomore Joshua Jackson, one of the top sophomores in the nation. He is considered the best high school player in Michigan since Chris Weber. Christian Brian led the 'Skins with 15 points on five for five shooting from beyond the three point arc.
February 21 Paw Paw 83 Allegan 43
The Redskin boys bounced back quickly from their loss to Otsego, totally dominating Allegan from the onset. Tanner Eubank had 18, Nick Klingel 14 all in the first half, but the star of the game was Jared Stansbury who came off the bench to hit four of six three pointers to end the night with 14 points. Klingel led the rebounding list wth eight and Sean Brennan added seven.
February 20 Paw Paw 57 Edwardsburg 48
There is nothing much worse than playing a basketball team you defeated by over 30 points three days previous. The Lady 'Skins found this out when they went into the locker room trailing the Eddies by five. They finally put it together in the third stanza with 20 points to take the lead. Chloe Salman scored 13 in the period and Stephanie Bedford added Salman also in rebounds with 11, 10 of them offensive while Beford and Davies each added eight. Salman, Jessica Beebe and Kaelin Lambert hit free throws in the final minute to put the game in the win column. The ladies end a very successful regualr season with a 16-4 record and second place in the Wolverine East.
February 18 Paw Paw 33 Otsego 45
Lady Redskin hopes for a divisional title and a chance at a league title game were dashed with another in a string of third quarter let downs against the Lady'Dawgs. Leading by nine at the half the Reds only manage 11 points in the second half shooting a horrendous 5 for 44 after the first quarter. Chloe Salman was the only double digit scorer for the Reds with 10 points.
February 18 Paw Paw 53 Otsego 71
The Redskin boys also saw their title aspirations ended by a tall and talented Otsego team. 7-0 junior Seth Dugan and his tall teammates jumped out to an early lead and never look back the rest of the night. Kyle Williams and Tanner Eubank led the 'Skins with 15 points apiece.
February 17 Paw Paw 62 Edwardsburg 27
Behind sophomore Makayla Barnhart's career night double-double, the Lady Reds easily downed the Lady Eddies. Barnhart had 12 points and 18 rebounds as her team grabbed an amazing 68 boards on the night. Kaelin Lambert and Chloe Salman each added nine points, Stephanie Bedford and Jessica Beebe eight each, Holly Vantilburg five, Kayli Bowen four, Taylor Dwyer three, and Amanda Ampey and Allison Baney two apiece.
Congratulations to 2014 Paw Paw grad to be Michael Strong. Michael has signed a letter of intent to attend Concordia University of Ann Arbor and play football there. He will be joining Redskin teammates Bobby Yarbrough and Tim Wielenga as members of the Cardinal football squad.
February 14 Paw Paw 66 Plainwell 57
Lady Redskin Kaelin Lambert came out on fire in a game for second place in the Wolverine East hitting seven of nine first half shots including four threes for 16 points plus adding four assists. When she got close defensive attention in the second half that freed up Chloe Salman for a dozen points and a pair of free throws by Lambert and two by Jessica Beebe in the final seconds put the game in the win column. Salman ended with 20, Lambert 19, Beebe nine and Breiann Davies eight plus a dozen boards.
February 14 Paw Paw 69 Plainwell 62
The Redskin boys shook off a stubborn Plainwell team late to pick their ninth straight win. Tanner Eubank had 20 points in a most unusual way: One field goal and 18 of 20 from the free throw line. Sean Brennan added 11 and Nick Klingel and Cody Warner scored 10 apiece.
February 11 Paw Paw 67 Dowagiac 39
Lady Redskins jumped out to a 17-0 early lead with Kaelin Lambert leading the way with three consecutives three pointers. Kayli Bowen led the scoring with 13 followed by Breiann Davies 11, Kaelin Lambert and Jessica Beebe 9 each, Stephanie Bedford 8 and Allison Baney 7. Girls now have a 13-3 record for the season.
February 11 Paw Paw 62 Dowagiac 60
The Redskin boys recorded their seventh straight victory over Wolverine West leader Dowagiac. Tanner Eubank scored 23 followed by Nick Klingel 9, Kyle Williams 8 and Sean Brennan and Christian Brian 7 each. Boys record is now 11-3.
February 6 Paw Paw 26 Plainwell 4
Paw Paw's boys bowling team easily defeated the Trojans at Rainbow Lanes led by Doug Lombard's 222 line.
February 6 Paw Paw 25 Plainwell 5
Jacqueline DuCharme rolled a 226-177= 403 two games series to pace the Lady Redskins to a win with Becky Fodor adding a 345 total in her pair of games.
February 7 Paw Paw 69 Comstock 46
Lady Reds moved to 11-4 on the season. Chloe Salman led with 14 points, Jessica Beebe aadded 13, and Kaelin Lambert had 11 points, four steals, three rebounds and two assists. Breiann Davies led in boards with eight.
Feburary 7 Paw Paw 54 Comstock 52
A driving layup by Tanner Eubank with one second on the clock won the game. Eubank ended with 21 points, Sean Brennan added nine, and Nick Klingel nine points and seven rebounds.
Congratulations to a pair of Redskin football players. Bobby Yarbrough and Tim Wielenga both signed yesterday to play football at Concordia of Ann Arbor next season. They join fellow seniors Kaelin Lambert who will play basketball at Kalamazoo Valley and Holly Vantilburg who will play softball at Kellogg Community next season.
February 4 Paw Paw 56 Three Rivers 54
Trailing by seven with 1:39 left in the game, the Redskin's veteran players came up huge for a win over previously once defeated Three Rivers. Kaelin Lambert hit a trey to cut the lead to four, with 58 seconds left Jessica Beebe's three pointer tied it, Stephanie Bedford made a pair of free throws with nine seconds remaining to knot the score again, and Chloe Salman hit a pair of charity tosses with 3 ticks left on the clock for a huge win.
February 4 Paw Paw 71 Three Rivers 46
The Redskin boys won their sixth game in a row led by Tanner Eubank's 16 points, plus 12 by Sean Brennan, nine each from Nick Klingel and Parker Marcon, and eight by Kyle Williams.
February 3 Paw Paw 64 Allegan 36
Paw Paw's basketball girls gained revenge for an early season loss to the Tigers. Some great balanced scoring with a helping of defense helped the girls raise their record to 9-4 on the season. Jessica Beebe led the way with 12 followed by Kaelin Lambert, Kayli Bowen and Stephanie Bedford with 10 each, and eight for Chloe Salman.
Feburary 3 Paw paw 75 Allegan 51
Senior Sean Brennan led the Redskin boy shoops team past the Tigers with a 30 point performance setting a school record on the way with 10 three point baskets. Tanner Eubank added 16 points, and Christian Brian contributed 12. The ninth state rated 'Skins now stand at 7-3 on the season.
February 1 Paw Paw 27 Mattawan 3
The Lady Redskins bowler topple Mattawan with Jacqueline DuCharme leading the way with a 390 two game series. Becky Fodor contributed a 342 series.
Feburary 1 Paw Paw 12 Mattawan 18
Despite losing, Redskin Jacob DuCharme had a team high 343 series and Daniel Lyons added a 359.
Paw Paw 56 Vicksburg 20
Lady Reds jumped out to a 27-6 first period lead and coasted to a win over the Lady 'Dogs. Chloe Salman had 14 points and Kaelin Lambert added eight.
Paw Paw 76 Vicksburg 53
Redskin boys jumped out to a 37-6 first period lead launching eight treys in the first eight minutes and hitting every one of them. Tanner Eubank led with 18 followed by Sean Brennan 13, Kyle Williams 12, Christian Brian 10 and Nick Klingel, 9 points.
January 22 Paw Paw 16 Otsego 14
Doug Lombard's big 244 line help his team squeak by the Bulldogs with Jacob DuCharme adding a 220 game.
January 22 Paw Paw 21 Otsego 9
Lady Redskin bowlers rolled over the Lady 'Dogs with Jacqueline DuCharme leading the way with a 328 two game series. Becky Fodor added a 180 line.
January 22 The Redskins Compedtitive Cheer team continued their successful season with a close win in the Wolverine Cheer Jamboree held at Paw Paw. They finished with a 733.9 score, edging out Plainwell who finished at 721.96.
January 21 Paw Paw 59 Coloma 47
The Redskin boys maintained their share of the Wolverine East lead with Tanner Eubank scoring 19 followed by Nick Klingel 11 and Sean Brennan 10 points.
January 21 Paw Paw 58 Coloma 41
Chloe Salman scored 19, 17 in the first hslf as the Lady Redskins pulled away late to defeat the Lady Comets. Jessic Beebe added 14, Kayli Bowen 10 and Stephanie Bedford eight points.
January 17 Paw Paw 52 Otsego 47
The Redskins boys surprised undefeated and state rated Otsego and their 7-0 junior center. Sophomre Nick Klingel hit a three with three seconds left in a tie game. Klingel ended with 14 points and Sean Brennan contributed a dozen.
January 17 Paw Paw 55 Otsego 61
Lady Redskin basketball blew a 15 point lead to drop out of first place in the Wolverine East Division. Chloe Salman topped the scoring with 18 points.
January 18 Paw Paw 21 Schoolcraft 9
The Lady Redskins bowlers easily dispatched Schoolcraft led by Jcqueline DeCharme with 206 and 174 lines. Becky Fodor added a 237 and Casey Zimmer 155.
January 18 Paw Paw 28 Schoolcraft 2
The Redskin boys rolled all over Schoolcraft with Daniel Lyons leading the way with a 245 game. Doug Lombard chipped in a 180 line.
The Redskins wrestling team lost a pair of matches despite winning five of nine contested weight classes in each match up. A lack of wrestlers at several classes was the difference. Jacob White (112 Pounds), Michael Payne (135 pounds),and Dominic Reo (160 pounds) all went undefeated on the day for the Reds.
January 16 Paw Paw 23 Vicksburg 7
Jacqueline DuCharme led her team of bowlers to a win with solid lines of 181 and 195.
January 16 Paw Paw 15 Vicksburg 15
The final score sheet showed the Redskins and Bulldogs ended their bowling match in a 15-15 tie. However Wolverine Confernce rules state the winner in a tie match goes to the team with the highest Baker game, and the Bulldogs accomplished this with a 204. Brennan Combs topped the Redskin scoring list with a 235, and Shane Fenstermaker added a 205.
January 14 Paw Paw 49 Berrien Springs 46
The Paw Paw boys built a 10 point third period lead and then hung on for a three point win. Tanner Eubank scored 17, Christian Brian 12, Parker Marcon 7 and Nick Klingel 6.
January 14 Paw Paw 65 Berrien Springs 19
Four minutes into the game, the Lady Redskins had five subs on the floor. The score was 34-8 at halftime. Jessica Beebe led with 19 points followed by Chloe Salman 11, Makayla Barnhart and Bre Davies eight each, and Stephanie Bedford seven.
January 9 Paw Paw 0 Allegan 79 Paw Paw 39 South Haven 34
Competing in the Allegan Wrestling Quad, the Redskins were swamped by state power Allegan, but came back to win a thriller over the Rams. The match came down to the final eventh, and Dominic Reo wrestling at 171 pounds had a quick pin to take the win.
January 10 Paw Paw 43 Plainwell 31
The Lady Redskins battled to a win over previously undefeated Planwell with Kaelin Lambert leading the way in the second period with nine points to build a 16 margin at the half. In the third period Lambert caught an elbow on the nose and was lost for the game. Kayli Bowen also fouled out, and with only seven players available for the game, the Reds played most of the final quarter with five. Chloe Salman had 11 points, Lambert nine, and Jessica Beebe eight.
Janury 10 Paw Paw 61 Plainwell 66
The Redskins lost a tight game in the final minute. Tanner Eubank had 19 points, Sean Brennan 15 and Klye Williams 10.
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December 20 Paw Paw 77 Lansing Christian 50
Tanner Eubank scored 20, Kyle Williams 16, Parker Marcon 10, Cody Warner eight and Sean Brennan seven as the Redskins won easily at the Breslin Center in East Lansing.
December 20 Paw Paw Wrestlers at Gull Lake Invite:
Paw Paw 33 Traverse City West 30, Paw Paw 35 St. Joseph 40,
Paw Paw 36 Three Oaks River Valley 33, Paw Paw 0 Monroe Jefferson 73
Paw Paw 10 Mason County Central 63
December 20 Paw Paw 15 Gull Lake 15
Lady Redskins bowlers tied Blue Devils. Jacquline DuCharme high game of 222.
December 20 Paw Paw 7 Gull Lake 23
Redskin boys bowlers fell, Shane Fenstermaker team high 203.
December 20 Paw Paw 65 Comstock 48
Lady Reds won fourth streaght game led by Chloe Salman 20, and Jessica Beebe 17.
December 29 Paw Paw 73 Comstock 42
Redskin boys evened hoops record at 2-2. Tanner Eubank put 28 points in the scorebook.
December 17 Paw Paw 60 South Haven 11
The Lady Reds ran away early for an easy hoops win at South Haven. Jessica Beebe led all players with 22 points and Kaelin Lambert added 11, all in the first half. Beebe and Lambert connected well from long distance, hitting a combined seven for nine from beyond the three point arc.
Decemer 17 Paw Paw 58 South Haven 79
The Rams used their speed and quickness to run away with the game in the second half. Tanner Eubank led the scoring with 17 followed by Cody Warner with nine, and Sean Brennan with eight.
December 14 Redskin Wrestling at Lawton Invitational:
Jessica Beebe scored 16 points and Kayli Bowen added 11 in the hoops win over the 'Dogs.
December 13 Paw Paw 80 Vicksburg 75
Tanner Eubank led the Redskins with 33 points including 15 of 16 free throws. Nick Klingel added 17 tallies and 15 boards while Sean Brennan scored 12 with 10 coming in the third quarter.
December 12 Paw Paw 8 Coloma 22
Jacqueline DuCharme led the Lady Redskin bowlers with a 227 line.
December 12 Paw Paw 16 Coloma 14
Shane Fenstermaker rolled lines of 202 and 212 and teammate Daniel Lyons also shot a 212 in a tight win over the Comets.
December 10 Paw Paw 50 Mattawan 33.
Lady Redskins got their first hoops win of the season and Coach Gary Mitchell got the 100th of his career. Chloe Salman scored 15 times, Kayli Bowen !0 and Jessica Beebe nine.
December 10 Paw Paw 41 Mattawan 46
Bpys basketball led most of the way but a 16-4 fourth period deficit cost them the game. Tanner Eubank scored a dozen, and Christian Brian and Kyle Williams produced eight points apiece.
December 2 Paw Paw 46 Parchment 60
The Lady Redskins dropped their hoops opener to #4 state rated Parchment in a game much closer than the final score. The 'Skins led at the half and it was a four point game with four minutes remaining. Jessica Beebe and Chloe Salman each scored a dozen and Kaelin Lambert and Kayli Bowen added eight apiece. Lambert and Makayla Barnhart each claimed eight boards and Stephanie Bedford added seven.
Redskin Kyle Williams added to his post season football honors by being named to the All Area Dream Team and also as a member of the All State Honorable Mention squad.
ALL TIME WON-LOSS RECORD ALL SPORTS VS WOLVERINE SCHOOLS
South Haven 291-390-8 Three Rivers 210-221-5 Vicksburg 231-214-7
ALL TIME WON-LOSS RECORD AT PPHS BY SPORT:
Boys Baseball 1038-751 Boys Basketball 1038-804 Girls Volleyball 696-541 Girls Softball 543-515 Girls Basketball 519-372 Boys Football 473-411 Boys Track 449-321 Boys Golf 327-159 Boys Wrestling 289-446 Boys Tennis 285-232 Boys Cross Country 283-242 Boys Soccer 263-254 Girls Track 229-150 Girls Soccer 192-237 Girls Cross Country 160-139 Girls Tennis 93-224 Girls Bowling 99-19 Boys Bowlling 69-39
All State Division III soccer honors were awarded to two members of the Redskins boys soccer team. Senior midfielder David Magallon was a member of the second team and freshman Ricardo Vasquez was honored as a third team choice. Vasquez led his team in goals scored and Magallon was second.
Congratulations to all the Redskins who made the All Wolverine East football 1st team. Bobby Yarbrough (WR), Kyle Williams (Both WR and DB), Michael Strong (OL), Daniel Guilbee (OL), Michael Van Hoeven (OL), Ross Beck (DL), Austin Townsend (DL), Tim Wielenga (LB), Caleb Hall (LB) and Jack Pelletier (DB). Also congratulations to coach Brad Hessler who was named East Division Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season.
November 1 Paw Paw 17 Battle Creek Pennfield 21
Despite starting their third string quarterback after #2 Kyle Williams was lost to an appendix operation this week, the Reds held the lead until 4:04 remained in the game. With the offense not working, the fourth and fifth string signal callers also saw playing time in the second half. Bobby Yarbrough scored twice on a run and a pass from Armando Garcia and Phelan Brennan kicked a 25 yard field goal.
Football playoffs will begin next weekend at home vs Battle Creek Pennfield,another wing- t team like Edwardsburg. A win in this game would probably send us to Edwardsburg the next weekend for the District Final game.
October 25 Edwardsburg 56 Paw Paw 48
Cole Luma started the game with a 90 yard kickoff run on the first play for a TD. Senior Kyle Williams getting his first real action at quarterback in four years ran the Redskin spread offense very well with 230 yards passing plus scoring five TDs rushing with over 100 yards on the ground. Neither team could stop the other all night long with the Eddies punting twice while the 'Skins never punted.
Wolverine School enrollments for the 2013-14 sports seasons. The Wolverine requires all schools to be Class B which starts at 892 and below. This list includes Sturgis which will join the league in the 2014-15 season and Comstock who will leave that year.
In their first game without qurterback Jay Doll the 'Skins switched from a spread offense to the wishbone, running for over 400 yards against the 'Dogs. Tim Wielenga ran for 210 yards and four scores, and Ross Beck added 88 yards on the ground and one TD.The offensive line opened holes for Redskin runners all evening. Tim Wielenga was a standout on defense also along with Austin Townsend, Caleb Hall and Jack Pelletier. The win gave the Reds another undisputed Wolverine East Title.
Congratulations are in order for Kaelin Lambert, senior sports standout at PPHS. Kaelin today verbally committed to play basketball at Kalamazoo Valley Community College in the 2014-15 season. Kaelin is among the top returning three point shooters in the state. Last year she was in the top ten in treys all season hitting over 40 while shooting 36% from beyond the arc. Kaelin will receive at least a 50% scholarship to become a Cougar. She had other offers including Albion College and University of Michigan-Dearborn, but is thrilled to be a Cougar.
October 15 Paw Paw 6 Niles Brandywine 0
Sophomore Steven Magallon led the District semi-final win over the Bobcats with two goals and two assists. Older brother David Magallon added two goals of his own, Ricardo Vasquez contributed a goal and an assist and Josh Richmond also placed the ball in the Bobcat's net. Trent Heidema had one save and claimed the shutout win in goal.
October 13 Paw Paw 7 Coloma 0
In a first game District Tournament Redskin win, Will Godding found the net three times. Josh Richmond, Parker Marcon, Jared Stansbury and Ricardo Vasquez each scored once. David Magallon assisted on two goals, and Marcon one.
October 11 Paw Paw 15 Plainwell 13
In a match between two undefeated and state rated football teams, the Redskins prevailed thanks to a field goal by Drew Pursley with four minutes left. Kyle Williams caught a 20 yard TD toss from Jay Doll and Tim Wielenga went two yards for the other score. Doll was injured on the first play of the game, stayed in the whole first half, missed part of the third quarter but came back to lead his team to the big win.
PAW PAW UPS RECORD TO 6-0, SETS UP WEEK 7 SHOWDOWN @ PLAINWELL
REDSKINS start slowly, defeat Comstock 62-13
Paw Paw - The #3 rated Paw Paw Redskin Football Team continues to roll up the wins, points and yards, defeating Comstock 62-13 in a game called eary due to lightning on Friday night. Quarterback Jay Doll was 14 of 20 for 205 yards and two touchdowns, adding 83 yards on seven carries. Defensively, Kyle Williams had three interceptions, returning one of them 90 yards for a touchdown. Tim Wielinga added two inteceptions while accumulating 6 tackles from his LB position. Next week, Paw Paw travels to Plainwell to take on the 6-0 Trojans.
This football season Redskin WR Kyle Williams is averaging over 34 yards per reception. His career average is over 31.
September 20 Paw Paw 64 Allegan 3
The Redskins had a 16-0 lead after three minutes without running a play from scrimmage. Kyle Williams had a game opening 93 yard kickoff return and four plays later Bobby Yarbrough had a 50 yard punt return for a score. Yarbrough also had an 85 yard punt return for a TD, and caught TD passes of 39 and 32 yards. Williams caught two passes for 65 yard and 54 yard TDs. Jay Doll ran 20 yards for a score and passed nine for 12 for 287 yards and four TDS. Caleb Schley added a 13 yard run for six points. The score stood 57-3 at the half. Caleb Hall had four quarterback sacks as the Tigers were held to 11 yards of offense.
September 19 Paw Paw 3 Allegan 0
Redskin volleyball swept the Lady Tigers in three straight sets. Kaelin Lambert and Alexis Ball each had 11 assists, Sarah Wyman 5 digs and 4 aces, Courtney McCauley 11 kills and 5 blocks. The JV and Freshmen also were victorious.
September 16 Paw Paw 5 Vicksburg 2
The Bulldogs jumped to an early 2-0 lead, but Redskin soccer then assumed control of the game. David Magallon and Ricardo Vasquez each scored twice and Parker Marcon once. Steven Magallon had a pair of assists and Marcon and Vasquez one apiece. Trent Heidema posted five saves in goal for the 8-2 Redskins.
September 14 Lady Redskin volleyball took four of five matches in the Watervliet Invitational. They swept past Bridgman, Watervliet, Michigan Lutheran, and Watervliet Grace Christian and finally fell 1-2 to New Buffalo in the semi-finals. Statistical leaders for the Lady Reds were: Aces-Alexia Ball 6, Blocks-Courtney McCauley 33, Digs-Sarah Wyman 44, Assists-Kaelin Lambert 40 and Kills- Courtney McCauley 34.
September 13 Paw Paw 49 Coloma 6
Jay Doll had four TD passes and 326 yards on 22 completions of 29 passes in one half of play. Kyle Williams scored three times including a 64 yard interception run. Bobby Yarbrough had two TDs, and Ross Beck and Jack Pelletier one apiece. Coloma scored with 12 seconds left in the game. Caleb Hall led the defense with 13 tackles. Williams also made three touchdown saving tackles after his kickoffs.
September 11 Paw Paw 2 Allegan 0
Redskin soccer raised their record to 7-1 with a shutout of the Tigers. David Magallon and Cody Warner scored the Redskin goals.
September 7 Paw Paw 6 Marcellus 1
Ricardo Vasquez scored two goals and Nate Smetana, Cam Kirkpatrick, Aiden Miller and Todd MacDonald one each as the Reds raised their record to 6-1.
September 6 Paw Paw 36 Berrien Springs 0
In what was expected to be a tough test for the 'Skins, the defense totally shut down the Shamrocks and their two players MSU is considering. Jay Doll ran for two TDs, passed to Julian Newell for one and Tim Wielenga also scored twice. Dow completed 17 of 24 passes for 281 yards.
September 5 Paw Paw 7 Edwardsburg 1
Redskins boys tennis continued on their winning ways against the Eddies. The Reds took seven of eight flights in convincing fashion except for the come from behind two and one half hour win by Justin Swaim and Lucas Schupbach in doubles play. (3-6, 6-2, 6-3)
September 4 Paw Paw 2 Berrien Springs 0
Freshman Ricardo Vasquez scored twice as the Reds raised their record to 5-1.
September Paw Paw 8 Bridgman 0
Redskin tennis swept all flights in straight sets to go 3-0 on the season.
September 3 Paw Paw 7 Kalamazoo Christian 1
David Magallon and Ricardo Vasquez each scored twice and Cameron Kirkpatrick, Josh Doan and Morgan Townsend each added one goal in an easy win over the Comets.
August 29 Paw Paw 53 South Haven 6
Redskin football scored over 50 points against the Rams for the fourth season in a row. Junior Jay Doll is his first start at quarterback set a school record with five TD passes, four of them over 50 yards. He also broke the school record for passing yards in a game with 345. Doll also scored one TD. Bobby Yarbrough scored twice, and Kyle Williams, Caleb Schley, Caleb Hal, Marcus Niles all each also crossed the goal line.
August 28 Paw Paw 3 South Haven 0
Lady Redskin volleyball continued their undefeated ways with a 25-21, 25-12, 25-21 sweep of the Lady Rams. Courtney McCauley had five blocks, four aces and seven kills, MacCauley Peterson six kills, Sarah Wyman 16 digs and Alexis Ball 10 assists.
August 26 Paw Paw 2 South Haven 0
Redskin netminder Trent Heidema kept Redskin soccer unscored upon for the season with a six save effort, and Parker Marcon and David Magallon each scored for the third shutout win in a row.
August 24 Lady Redskins volleyball-Lawton Invitational Volleyball Champions. The Lady Reds defeated Lawton, Fennville and Lawrence in pool play and split with Berrien Springs, and then took down Lawton again in tourney play to meet Berrien Springs in the final where they defeated the Lady Shamrocks for the trophy.
August 24 Paw Paw 8 Galesburg-Augusta 0
Just 14 hours after their first soccer win of the season, the Redskins shut down Galesburg by an 8-0 final. Ricardo Vasquez scored twice while Parker Marcon, Cam Kilpatrick, David Magallon, Steven Magallon, Aiden Miller and Josh Richmond each deposited one shot in the Rams net.
August 23 Paw Paw 8 Parchment 0
The 'Skins opened soccer season with a whitewash of the Panthers. David Magallon, Ricardo Vasquez and Cam Kilpatrrick scored twice while Parker Marcon and Will Gooding each added a goal.
August 21 Paw Paw 6 Berrien Springs 2
Redskin boys tennis opened the new season with a win over the Shamrocks at home. Winners included singles players Justin Henry and Jesse Meachum, and doubles duos of Daniel Brown/Colin Siwula, Tyler Henry/Devan Dodd, Nate Watts/Cameron Brown, and Justin Swaim/Lucas Schupbach.
July 21-Congratulations to DeMarcus Leak who will be attending Michigan State on a track and field scholarship this fall.
Congratulations to three Lady Redskins soccer players who were chosen for All State Division III teams. Senior Courtney Congdon was named to the second team, sophomore Breiann Davis the third team, and freshman Kaley Buck the honorable mention list.
Congratulations to Hollee Kubiszak who will sign to play basketball for Trine University in Angola, Ind. next season.
June 4 Paw Paw 1 Grand Rapids South Christian 4
Regional soccer play ended after one game as the Lady 'Skins fell to top rated South Christian. Freshman Kaley Buck scored the lone Paw Paw goal.
Congratulations to Kayla DePierre, winner of the 2013 Redskins Boosters Female Athlete of the year, and DeMarcus Leak winner of the 2013 Hindenach-Dawson Male Athlete of the year. Both appear to be taking their track skills to Division I schools for the 2014 season.
A FEDERAL COURT HAS THROWN OUT A SUIT THAT WOULD HAVE FORCED ALL 37 SCHOOLS IN MICHIGAN WITH NATIVE AMERICAN MASCOTS TO CHANGE TO SOME OTHER MASCOT. PAW PAW REDSKINS LIVE !
June 1 Paw Paw 6 Buchanan 0
Lady Redskins won their fifth consecutive district tournament trophy, and their seventh in eight years. Scoring one goal each for the Lady 'Skins were: Sydney Walker, Savannah Cook, Abbie Goldberg, Breiann Davies, Jamie Packer and Kaley Buck. Chloe Salman had two assists and Cassidy Conner one. Allie Thompson set a new school record with her 12th shutout of the year in goal.
May 30 Paw Paw 10 Coloma
The Lady Reds soccer team reached the district finals scoring 10 goals in 26 minutes of the first half, including two in the final 37 seconds. The game ended at the half under the mercy rule. Kaley Buck scored three times, Savannah Cook twice, and Chloe Salman, Breiann Davies, Grace Richmond, Courtney Congdon and Amanda Richardson each put the ball in the net once. Allie Thompson had her 11th shutout in the net, which tied a school record.
May 28 Paw Paw 1 Decatur 4 Paw Paw 4 Decatur
Lady Reds and Lady Raiders swapped 4-1 softball wins. Taylor Dwyer and Kayli Bowen led the Reds offense with a single and a double apiece. Holly Vantilburg threw 14 innings with three base on balls and 24 Ks.
May 28 Paw Paw 0 Decatur 1
Redskin baseball lost a tough game in 12 innings on an error. Jeff Burch, Kevin Suwarsky and Justin McCauley each pitched three shutout innings, and Parker Marcon took the loss despite not allowing an earned run. Kyle Williams led the hitting with a double and single.
May 28 Paw Paw 4 Parchment 0
The Lady Reds soccer team began defense of their district title from last year with three second half goals to put the game away. Sydney Walker scored twice, Kaley Buck and Jami Packer one apiece. Allie Thompson recorded her 10th shutout in the net. The Lady Reds have won four consecutive district titles, and six in the last seven years.
May 21 Congratulations to DeMarcus Leak for a great performance at the Wolverine Conference track meet. Leak tied his school record with a high jump of 6'7" ending in a tie for first place. He took third in the shot put, and won the long jump at 23'3.5"
May 21 Congratulations to Lady Redskins track for winning the Wolverine Conference Meet and claiming your third consecutive Wolverine Title.
May 20 Paw Paw 10 Lawton 0
Holly Vantilburg tossed a five inning no hit no run game and added a pair of hits Melissa Bradley had two singles, and Amanda Ampey three hits.
May 20 Paw Paw 11 Lawton 10
Redskin baseball scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to pick up the win. Pat King got the win in relief. Justin McCauley had three hits and Kevin Suwarsky belted a three run homerun.
May 20 Paw Paw 3 Edwardsburg 0
The Lady Reds won in the opening round of conference tourament play behind two goals for Chloe Salman and one by Jamie Packer. Allie Thompson picked up her ninth shutout in the net for the Redskins.
May 14 Paw Paw 15 Three Rivers 2
Redskin baseball reached the Wolverine Tourney second round with a mercy rule win over the Wildcats. Justin McCauley picked up the win and also had three hits plating three runs. Bobby Yarbrough and Kyle Williams also had three hits and Kevin Suwarsky collected two hits and drove in five runs.
May 13 Paw Paw 4 Otsego 0
Redskin soccer shut out the Lady 'Dogs to claim the Wolverine East title. Breiann Davies, Chloe Salman, Sydney Walker and Kaley Buck each scored and Allie Thompson had the shutout in goal
Redskin softball swept their way to the title of the Lawton Softball Invitational, collecting 32runs on 28 hits for the day. McKenzie Earl was five for five with 10 runs batted in.
May 11 Paw Paw 11 Kalamazoo Central 3 Paw Paw 12 Brandywine 4
Paw Paw's baseball team captured the trophy at their own Invitational, easily defeating the Maroon Giants and the Bobcats.
May 8 Paw Paw 0 Plainwell 2
Despite ending a long losing streak to Hackett this week, Lady Redskin soccer could not do the same against the Trojans. Plainwell dominated play and despite eight saves by Allie Thompson in goal, took home the win. Plainwell and Paw Paw have now played 18 soccer games. The first one ended in a tie and Plainwell has won 17 in a row since then.
May 7 Paw Paw 8 Otsego 6 Paw Paw 5 Otsego 2
Kyle Williams had a big day with seven hits including two triples in the sweep of the 'Dogs. He also was the winning hurler in game two. Jeff Burch was the game one winner allowing two runs while throwing a complete game. The Reds ended Wolverine East competition with a 10-0 record.
May 7 Paw Paw 82 Otsego 51
Paw Paw's girls track team remained undefeated at Otsego. Winners for the Reds included: Erika DePierre High jump-5'1", Long Jump-15'; Kayla DePierre 1600 m run-5:45.18 and 3200 m run-12:40.80; Whitney Johnson 400 m-1:01.33; Jessica Beebe-2:28.35, Emily wilton 200m-28.52; 400 relay team-55.01; 800 relay-1:54.34.
May 7 Paw Paw 42 Otsego 95
Redskins boys track fell to Otsego. Winners included: DeMarcus Leak High Jump-6'6", Long Jump-21'7.5", 400 m-51.32; Armando Garcia Discus-113'3"; Ian Vandenburg 100 m-11.29, 200 m-23.03.
May 6 Paw Paw 3 Comstock 0
In a closer game than anticipated against the three win Colts team, the Lady Reds claimed their ninth straight win with three second half goals. Breiann Davies had a goal and two assists, Kaley Buck one goal one assist, and Kaleigh Davies on goal. Allie Thompson recorded her sixth whitewashing in the net.
May 3 Paw Paw 4 Kalamazoo Hackett 1
After losing all 36 games ever played against Hackett, the 'Skins finally defeated the Irish. Cassy Daoust, Chloe Salman, Kaley Buck and Breiann Davies each scored one goal in the landmark victory.
May 3 Paw Paw 2 Plainwell 1 Paw Paw 9 Plainwell
Sam Rice came through with a base hit in the bottom of the final inning to defeat the Trojans in game one. Justin McCauley picked up the win allowing one run in seven innings and fanning six. In the second game Kevin Suwarsky held the Trojans scoreless with six strikeouts. Each of the nine Redskins starters had one hit.
Holly Vantilburg tossed a five inning no hitter for the first game win, and Kayli Bowen faanned 13 batters with no walks in game two. MacKenzie Earl was a perfect 5-5 at the plate for the day with three doubles. Taylor Dwyer added four hits and Morgan Stieber three.
April 30 Paw Paw 51 Plainwell 83
The Redskin boys dropped their meet, but senior DeMarcus had an awesome night leaping 23'6.5" in the long jump which broke the old record that has stood since 1935 by nearly a foot!
April 30 Paw Paw 83 Planwell 53
The Lady Reds continued undefeated in the Wolverine East with the victory over the Lady Trojans.
April 29 Paw Paw 11 Allegan 0 Paw Paw 4 Allegan 1
Redskin Cal Beck tossed a one hitter to win the opening baseball game at Allegan. Jeff Burch did him one better throwing a no hitter in the night cap.
April 29 Paw Paw 12 Allegan 0 Paw Paw 2 Allegan 0
Kayli Bowen tossed a pair of shutouts to lead the softball sweep of Allegan.
Kevin Suwarsky and Justin McCauley picked up the wins for the Redskins. Kyle Williams had four hits for the double header as did Cal Beck.
April 26 Paw Paw 7 Battle Creek Harper Creek 1
Leading just 2-1 at the half, the Lady Reds woke up after the break scoring five unanswered goals to win going away. Alexia Case and Kaley Buck each scored twice, and Jamie Packer, Breiann Davies and Hailey Neudeck each added one goal. Cassidy Conner picked up two assists, and Kaleigh Davies and Jamie Packer added one each.
April 25 Paw Paw 4 Saint Joseph 15
The Bears jumped on Paw Paw pitching for an easy win. Caleb Hall had a pair of hits for the 'Skins and Bobby Yarbrough added a two run double.
April 24 Paw Paw 4 Allegan 0
Lady Redskins soccer won their fifth game in a row with Allie Thompson chalking up her fourth shutout in goal with four saves. Freshman Kaley Buck, sophomores Chloe Salman and Breiann Davies and senior Amanda Richardson each found the Tiger's net once. Assists were credited to Chloe Salman, Cassidy Connor, Kaley Buck and Alexia Case.
April 23 Paw Paw 91 Comstock 37
The Lady Redskins took an easy track win from the Colts with Whitney Johnson and Kayla DePierre leading the way with two wins each.
April 23 Paw Paw 64 Comstock 65
The Redskin boys missed their first win of the track season by just one point. DeMarcus Leak and Ian Vandenburg each captured a pair of first place finishes.
April 22 Paw Paw 7 Vicksburg 3
Kevin Suwarsky led his team past the Bulldogs with 6.1 innings of five hit baseball fanning nine Bulldogs. Kyle Williams, Jay Doll, Cal Beck, Jared Yarbarough and Sam Rice provided the offense.
Holly Vantilburg tossed two complete games with 17 strikeouts in the split with the Lady 'Dogs. MacKenzie Earl, Kayli Bowen and Sara Wyman provided the offense in the first game win.
April 22 Paw Paw 6 Comsotck 2
Lady Redskin tennis swept past the Colts easily with wins by singles players Jessica Nelson and Leah Kline, and a sweep by doubles tandems Taylor Westrate/Kendall Welling, Brooke Labadie/Kylee Bain, Kelsey Heidema/Laura Pantoja and Karina Pantoja/Megan McCaw.
April 19 Paw Paw 6 Kalamazoo Central 0
Redskins soccer dominated the Maroon Giants the entire evening. Freshmen scored five of the six goals. Alexia Case scored four times, Breiann Davies and Cassie Small once each. Kaley Buck, Case, Chloe Salman and Davies each had one assist. Allie Thompson picked up the shutout in goal.
April 17 Paw Paw 6 Constantine 1
Bobby Yarbrough accounted for three hits and Kyle Williams added a pair to lead the offense while Pat King tossed six innings with seven strikeouts and just three hits and no earned runs for the win. Cal Beck drove in two runs.
April 17 Paw Paw 8 Berrien Springs 0
Led by their kiddy corps, the Lady Reds scored eight first half soccer goals for an easy win. The roster contains eight freshmen and three sophomores, and they accounted for most of the scoring. Sydney Walker and Alexi Case each scored twice while Breiann Davies, Amanda Richardson, Cassidy Conner and Chloe Salman each found the net once. Assists were credited to Case, Davies, Salman, and Cassy Daoust.
Redskin golfers showed an over 30 stroke improvement over their first jamboree, finishing second at Vicksburg, four strokes behind winner Otsego. Corey Siwula and Nick Harvey tied for second place overall with rounds of 41. Austin Edick shot well also with 47 and Jason Waller was close behind with a round of 47.
April 15 Paw Paw 4 South Haven 0
The Lady Reds totally dominated the Lady Rams, seldom allowing the ball to enter their half of the field. Freshmen Grace Richmond, Alexia Case and Cassie Small each scored as did senior Jamie Packer. Packer and Abbie Goldberg each had an assist. Allie Thompson recorded the shutout in goal.
April 12 Paw Paw 4 Kalamazoo Christian 1
Lady Redskin soccer found their offense thanks in large measure to sophomore Breiann Davies who recorded a hat trick. Amanda Richards scored the other goal, while Cassidy Conner assisted on two goals, Amanda Goldberg one and Davies one. Allie Thompson had two saves in the net.
April 9 Paw Paw 85 Allegan 52
The Lady Reds started the track and field season with a win over the Tigers. Erika DePierre won the long jump-15'4" and the high jump plus ran on the winning 1600 and 3200 meter relays. Kayla DePierre captured the pole vault, Whitney Johnson the 400 meter dash, Makayla Barnhart the shot put and Bryce the discus.
April 9 Paw Paw 36 Allegan 100
Redskin boys track lost despite four first places by DeMarcus Leak. He won the high jump 6'6", long jump 20'10.5", the 400 dash 53.35 and ran on the winning 4 x 400 relay team.
April 9 Paw Paw 0 St. Joseph 1
The Lady Redskins dropped their second straight 1-0 soccer match to the Bears.
April 8 Paw Paw 10 Galesburg-Augusta 0
Justin McCauley picked up the win for the Redskin baseball team and added a single and triple. Bobby Yarbrough also had two hits. Kevin Sunarsky finished on the mound and fanned five Rams in two innings.
March 27 Paw Paw 0 Marshall 1
On an evening more suited for outdoor hockey than soccer, the Lady Reds dropped a tough matchup to the Redhawks to start the spring sports season.
March 6 Paw Paw 39 Sturgis 41
The Redskins had possibly the poorest half of shooting in the 110 year history of boys basketball at Paw Paw. The shot 2 for 21 and were lucky to only trail the Trojans by 13 at the break. They rallied and even took the lead, but a phantom travelling call with 14 seconds left on Tanner Eubank as he put in what would have been the lead basket was costly. In fact the officials earned the ire of both sides in a terribly called game. DeMarcus Leak ended his career with a hard earned 11 points and 10 rebounds. Kyle Williams and Parker Marcon sparked a second half rally that just fell short. Williams had 9 points, Sean Brennan 6, Christian Brain 5, Marcon 4 and Eubank also 4.
February 28 Paw Paw 38 South Haven 73
The Redskin boys lost the second place Wolverine cross over game to complete the regular season. DeMarcus Leak scored a dozen and grabbed a dozen boards. Parker Marcon added eight points.
February 25 Paw Paw 38 Three Rivers 63
The Wildcats ran up a 17-0 lead to start the District Tourney game against the Lady Reds, and never looked back afterwards. Hollee Kubiszak topped Redskin scoring with 13 followed by Holly Vantilburg with seven. Breiann Davies had eight rebounds.
February 23 Paw Paw 44 Detroit Consortium Prep 65
The Reds played the highly rated Cougars close for a half, trailing by a dozen at the break. Redskin DeMarcus Leak battled all night against the 6-7 and 6-8 highly regarded Cougar big men, even throwing a thunderous two hand slam over the 6-8 Vincent Hunter who will be playing Division 1 ball next year. Leak led the way with 17 points and 12 boards, Tanner Eubank added 11 and Sean Brennan 10 with three treys.
February 22 Paw Paw 56 Allegan 55
The Redskins only led for four seconds all night long, but it was enough when Kyle William's three gave the Redskins a win, a winning season and second place in the Wolverine East. DeMarcus Leak had a huge night with 25 points and 21 boards. Sean Brennan added 13 and Tanner Eubank eight points.
February 21 Paw Paw 81 Berrien Springs 51
The Lady Redskins have struggled with their shooting all season long, but came out on fire in the Wolverine cross over game, scoring 33 first quarter points and leading 51-21 at the half. Hollee Kubiszak led the way with 24 points followed by Jessica Beebe with 15, Kaelin Lambert with nine and Makayla Barnhart eight points.
February 20 Paw Paw 48 Dowagiac 20
After only leading winless Dowagiac 18 to 14 at the half, the Lady Reds scored 24 of the next 26 points for the win. Kaelin Lambert led the way with 14 points on five for nine shooting, followed by Hollee Kubiszak with 12 and Holly Vantilburg with seven.
February 20 Paw Paw 80 Dowagiac 106
The 17-1 third rated Chieftains were just too much for the Redskins as they have been to almost everyone all season. DeMarcus Leak led the scoring with 23, followed by Tanner Eubank 17, Parker Marcon 14 and Sean Brennan 11.
February 15 Paw Paw 51 Otsego 59
Otsego's huge brothers 6-8 Reid Dugan and 6-10 Seth Dugan were too much for the Redskins after DeMarcus Leak and Cody Warner got in foul trouble. Tanner Eubank led his team with 18 points, Lead 10 and Christian Brian nine.
February 15 Paw Paw 49 Otsego 62
The Lady Reds stayed with the Bulldogs for a half, but a complete breakdown of the defense led to six straight barely contested lay-ups which put the game out of reach.
February 13 Paw Paw 50 Edwardsburg 39
Lady Redskins defeated the Eddies with some amazing balanced scoring: Jessica Beebe 8, Makayla Barnhart 7, Holly Vantilburg 6, Kaelin Lambert 6, Chloe Salman 6,Hollee Kubiszak 6, Cassy Daoust 4, Stephanie Bedford 4, Jessica Nelson 3, Breiann Davies 2 and Kayli Bowen 1.
February 8 Paw Paw 67 Plainwell 54
Redskin boys won their sixth in a row with Tanner Eubank hitting for 27 points. DeMarcus Leak added 14 and Christian Brian had nine.
February 8 Paw Paw 40 Plainwell 49
Lady Reds played well but fell to Wolverine East Champion Lady Trojans. Chloe Salman led with 10 tallies, Kayli Bowen added nine and Kaelin Lambert seven.
February 5 Paw Paw 63 Three Rivers 56
The Redskin boys won their fourth game in six days. Tanner Eubank led the scoring with 19 followed by DeMarcus Leak 16, Christian Brian nine and Sean Brennan eight.
February 5 Paw Paw 44 Three Rivers 61
The Lady Reds played hard but once again gave up way too many easy baskets. Chloe Salman led the scoring with a dozen points.
February 2 Paw Paw 80 Dearborn Tech 70
Tanner Eubank scored 31, DeMarcus Leak 12, Cody Warner 10, Kyle Williams 9, Christian Brian 7, Sean Brennan 7, and Parker Marcon 4.
February 1 Paw Paw 54 Comstock 49
Lady Reds won behnd 17 points for Jessica Beebe, 11 Chloe Salman and seven each for Kayli Bowen and Breiann Davies.
Feburuary Paw Paw 70 Comstock 60
DeMarcus Leak Led with 23 points and 14 boards, Sean Brennan hit for 20 with five treys and Tanner Eubank added 14 tallies and 10 rebounds.
January 30 Paw Paw 60 Edwardsburg 58
In a basketball game with a more than four point margin just once, Christian Brian produced the game winner with a trey with 1 second left on the clock. Brian finished with 21 points including nine for ten from the free throw line giving him a two game 24/25 in free throws. DeMarcus Leak added 18 points and Parker Marcon in just his second varsity game added eight.
January 26 Paw Paw 28 Schoolcraft 2 Paw Paw 20 Gull Lake 10
Lady Redskin bowlers picked up two easy wins led by high games by Kelli Volenski against the Blue Devils (198), and Jacqueline Ducharme VS the Eagles (201).
January 26 Paw Paw 28 Schoolcraft 2 Paw Paw 5 Gull Lake 25
Kyle Gorzelanny topped the scoring in the win over Schoolcraft with 225,and Zaki Alsakha shot a 192 line in the Gull Lake loss.
January 25 Paw Paw 52 Vicksburg 64
Hollee Kubiszak saw her first extended playing time of the year and made good use of it scoring 21 points. Only other Redskin double digit scorer was Kaelin Lambert who was four for four shooting in the second half all from three point range for 12 points.
January 25 Paw Paw 68 Vicksburg 51
The Redskin boys played their best quarter of the year scoring 28 in the final eight minutes. The team made 22 consecuitve free throws in the final period and Christian Brian was 15-15 for the game, a new school record. The team's 22 straight also set a new record. Tanner Eubank led with 24 points, Brian added 17, Sean Brennan 16 with four treys and DeMarcus added seven tallies and 14 boards.
Both Redskin bowling teams easily rolled over Schoolcraft in SMC play.
Congratulations to John Bonamego who has been named special teams coach for the Detroit Lions. John was a 1982 grad of Paw Paw, a Redskin football player and is a member of the PPHS Hall of Fame. John played football at Central Michigan and began his coaching career at Mt. Pleasant High School. He moved into the college ranks at Maine, LeHigh, and Army before joining the NFL. He coached at Green Bay, Miami with PPHS grad and athlete Ron Labadie who is director of scouting, New Orleans and Jacksonville where PPHS grad and athlete Jason Babin spent the last part of the 2012 season.
January 18 Paw Paw 34 Allegan 47
The Lady Reds lost their fifth in a row despite playing much better than recently. However the better play did not include their shooting with a 13 for 17 effort for 18% including 1 for 13 in the third period. Chloe Salman led with eight points, Kaelin Lambert had seven, Jessica Beebe six and Kayli Bowen, Stephanie Bedford and Cassy Daoust four each. Salman had 13 boards and Bedford six.
January 18 Paw Paw 45 Allegan 48
The Tigers hit a three at the buzzer to steal a win. DeMarcus Leak led the way with 16 points and 10 rebounds. TAnner eubank added 14, Sean Brennan nine and Cody Warner six points.
Paw Paw's wrestlers dropped a pair of matches at the Berrien Springs Quad. Marcus Niles and Jacob White were both double winners. For sophomore White this marked his 25th victory of the season.
January 15 Paw Paw 34 Coloma 41
The Lady Redskins had a rough night shooting the ball against the Comets. They hit 50% from three point range but just 18% inside the arc and a frigid 6 for 19 in free throw attempts.
January 15 Paw Paw 58 Coloma 53
Tanner Eubank hit a three just before the buzzer to take the game into overtime and the 'Skins downed the Comets by five. Eubank led with 19 points followed by DeMarcus Leak with 14, Sean Brennan 11, and Kyle Williams 10.
January 14 Paw Paw 16 Comstock 14
Paw Paw 24 Vicksburg 6
Lady Redskin bowlers swept past the Bulldogs and Colts. Jacqueline Ducharme posted the top game against Vicksburg with a 211 and Kelli Volenski led the way past Comstock with a 215 line.
January 14 Paw Paw 17 Comstock 13
Paw Paw 11 Vicksburg 19
Landon Kirby's 216 game was high in the win over Comstock. Kirby also had the best score in the loss to the 'Dogs with a 235.
January 11 Paw Paw 51 Otsego 72
The Lady Redskins played Otsego virtually even for one half, but the Lady 'Dogs exploded for 54 second half points. This matched the most points allowed by Paw Paw in an entire game previously. Jessica Nelson came off the bench to score 13 including three treys and Kaelin Lambert scored eight despite taking just five of her team's 63 shots on the night.
January 11 Paw Paw 47 Otsego 57
Paw Paw played Otsego even almost the entire night, trailing by just one with two minutes to go. The Bulldogs scored the last seven points of the game to sneak out a win. Tanner Eubank scored 13 and Christian Brian and Sean Brennan 10 apiece.
January 10 Paw Paw 13 South Haven 17
The Rams won both Baker games on the way to a close win over the Redskin boys bowling team. Landon Kirby had a match high 231 game and 440 two game series. Kyle Gorzellany added a 215 line and a 392 series.
January 10 Paw Paw 24 South Haven 6
Paige Patterson was on target with a 190 games and 365 two games series while Becky Fodor rolled 179 and a 357 series, and Jacqueline Ducharme contributed a 170 game.
January 8 Paw Paw 35 Kalamazoo Central 44
Asia Roberson the 6-4 center for the Maroon Giants was a problem all night long with a triple double including 15 of her team's 22 blocked shots. The Lady Reds jumped out to a 12-4 lead behind two Kaelin Lambert treys, but could not keep up with the taller and more athletic Giants. Kayli Bowen had 10 points, Chloe Salman nine, and Lambert and Jessica Beebe six apiece.
January 4 Paw Paw 56 Lawton 37
In a loosely played and physical game, the Redskin boys downed the Blue Devils. Tanner Eubank topped the scoring list with 24 followed by DeMarcus Leak with eight, and Sean Brennan and Christian Brian with seven apiece.
December 21 Paw Paw 38 Plainwell 54
The Lady Redskins were unable to stop the Lady Trojans from continually scoring lay-ups as the lost their first confernce game of the year. Chloe Salman led with 14 points and Jessica Beebe added 10. The smaller Trojans also out rebounded the 'Skins by a large margin.
December 21 Paw Paw 47 Plainwell 35
Tanner Eubank led the Redskins boys with 15 points and Christian Brian added 11 in a Wolverine Conference win over the Trojans.
December 20 Paw Paw 28 Coloma 2
Lady Redskin bowlers rolled all over the Comets led by Jacqueline DuCharme's 221 game and 412 two game series.
December 20 Paw Paw 17 Coloma 13
Landon Kirby's 257 game and Jason Waller's 461 two game series were the keys to the Redskin boys win over the Comets.
December 18 Paw Paw 67 Berrien Springs 37
Kaelin Lambert lit up the scoreboard with 20 points to lead her team. She scored one three pointer and one two pointer in each quarter. Chloe Salman added 13 points and 10 rebounds, Jessica Beebe 11 points and six steals, and Cassy Daoust nine points.
December 18 Paw Paw 39 Berrien Springs 53
The Redskin boys lost to the Shamrocks, scoring just three points in the final quarter. DeMarcus led his team with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Christian Brian added 11 for the 'Skins.
December 17 Paw Paw 18 Portage Central 12
Paw Paw's girls bowling team continued on their winning ways downing the Mustangs 18 to 12. Paige Patterson led her team with a 224 game and Jacqueline DuCharme contributed a 191 line.
December 17 Paw Paw 9 Portage Central 21
The boys fell for the first time this year to the Mustangs. Landon Kirby again topped the high game list with a 199 followed closely by Jaosn Waller 186, Shane Fenstermaker 182 and Zaki Alsaka 181.
December 14 Paw Paw 65 Comstock 46
The Lady Redskins put on a second half passing clinic and won easily with a very balanced scoring attack. Chloe Salman led the way with 16 points and four treys.Stephanie Bedford added 10 points, Kaelin Lamber 9 although playing less than a half with foul trouble. Kaylie Bowen scored 8 as did Brieann Davies and Jess Beebe added six also with limited playing time.
December 14 Paw Paw 53 Comstock 48
The Redskin boys got their first win of the year with Sean Brennan scoring 16 and Christian Brian adding 14. Kyle Williams, DeMarcus Leak and Tanner Eubank each contributed 7.
December 12 Paw Paw 0 Otsego 83
Paw Paw 21 Dowagiac 48
Redskin wrestlers had a rough night at home especially aganst league power Otsego. Against Dowagiac Cody Small won a decision at 140 pounds 13 to 6, and Jacob White (125 pounds) and Nik Olinger (189) each had a pin for the 'Skins.
December 8 Paw Paw 29 Mattawan 1
Pins were flying as the Lady Redskins bowling team nearly swept Mattawan. Paige Patterson came up large with 207 and 202 games, with Kelli Volenski adding a 181 line and Jacqueline DuCharme just one pin behind her at 180.
December 8 Paw Paw 26 Mattawan 4
Landon Kirby had another big day at Holiday Lanes leading his team with a 255 line in an easy win over the Wildcats. Shane Fenstermaker added a 212 game and Jason Waller also cracked the 200 barrier shooting a 202.
December 11 Paw Paw 58 South Haven 54
The Lady Redskins pulled out a close one after trailing by nine thanks to an inside-outside offense. It was Kaelin as Miss Outside hitting 6 of 10 three point shots for 18 points, and Chloe Salman adding 18 more with drives to the basket and put-backs. Stephanie Bedford also had a big fourth quarter in the win.
Paw Paw 38 South Haven 57
A 25 point second quarter was all the Rams needed to claim an easy win. Tanner Eubank and DeMarcus Lead each scored 11 and Christian Brian and Sean Brennan each added six.
December 10 Paw Paw 34 Mattawan 52
The Lady Redskins had their problems with Mattawan's 6-5 bound for Nebraska U Alie Havers. Chloe Salman topped the scoring with 13 points, 10 in the final quarter. Jessica Beebe added nine and Kaelin Lambert six.
Congratulatons to Redskin linebacker/tight end Jack Jennings who will be playing football next season for Saginaw Valley State.
December 7 Paw Paw 49 Vicksburg 40
The Lady Redskins moved to 3-0 in the young basketball season. They jumped out to 21 point lead at the half and hung on as the Lady 'Dogs cut the lead to four points with two minutes remaining. Jessica Beebe and Chloe Salman had 14 points each and Kayli Bowen added eight.
December 7 Paw Paw 50 Vicksburg 53
In the boys opening hoops game the Redskins rallied at the end but fell just short by three points. Tanner Eubank led with 16 tallies, Christian Brian added 14 and DeMarcus Leak scored nine and added 12 boards.
December 5 Paw Paw 28 Vicksburg 2
The Lady Reds opened the bowling season with an easy win over the Lady 'Dogs. Paige Patterson tunred in the top lline of 183 and Kelli Volenski added a 179.
December 5 Paw Paw 28 Vicksburg 2
The Redskin boys also rolled over the Bulldogs wih Landon Kirby posting a huge 277 game. Shane Fenstermaker added a 201 line.
November 30 Paw Paw 55 Allegan 46
The Lady Redskins shot poorly most of the night, but in the final minutes Kaelin Lambert hit a trey and two free throws and Kayli Bowen and Chloe Salman each hit two pointers to put the game away. Lambert led the scoring with 13 followed by Salman with 12 and Jessica Beebe with 10 points.
November 27 Paw Paw 59 Lawton 15
The Lady Redskins commenced the new basketball season with an easy win over Lawton. Kayli Bowen led the Reds in scoring with 15, Cassy Daoust added 14, Jessica Beebe nine and Kaelin Lambert and Chloe Salman five apiece. The Lady Blue Devils only scored four points in the second half. In JV action Makayla Barnhart scored 18 as the Reds topped Lawton 46 to 4.
Congratulations to all the Redskin football players who made the league honor lists. Wolverine East 1st team: Justin McCauley QB, Bobby Yarbrough WR, Cal Beck OL, Brody Try OL, Jasen Vorce DL, Sam Rice DB, Jack Jennings LB and Caleb Hall LB . Wolverine East Honorable mention: Kyle Williams WR, DeMarcus Leak RB, Andrew Huff DL and Tim Wielenga LB. Four of these players, Yarbrough, Williams, Hall and Wielenga will be returning for next season. For Jennings and Beck it was their second year on the first team.
Congratulations to David Magallon all conference soccer 1st team and Emanuel Magallon all conference honorable mention.
October 26 Paw Paw 0 Grand Rapids South Christian 48
The Sailors totally dominated the Redskins leading 27-0 after one quarter and 41-0 at halftime. The Reds were held to 100 yards of total offense. Offensive sparkplugs Justin McCauley and Demarcus Leak were held to just a few first half plays as both were suffering from injuries from the Edwardsburg game the previous week.
The Redskins will host Grand Rapids South Christian in Pre-district football this coming weekend.
October 19 Paw Paw 46 Edwardsburg 36
Paw Paw completed a perfect regular season rallying from 36-22 down to beat the Eddies. Justin McCauley scored twice and threw TD passes to Jack Jennings and Kyle Williams. Ross Beck and DeMarcus Leak also scored, Leak from 78 yards out. McCauley rushed for 156 yards, and Leak added 98 yards on just six carries.
October 18 Paw Paw 3 Edwardsburg 1
Lady Redskin volleyball took three of four sets from the Eddies with Courtney McCauley leading the way with 18 kills and five blocks. Amanda Richardson contributed 35 assists and 25 digs, and Sarah Wyman recorded a team high 29 digs.
October 18 Paw Paw 3 Otsego 6
Crippled by injuries the Reds battled all night in District soccer play. The 'Dogs scored twice in the first overtime period and once in the second to move on. Cody Warner, Steven Magallon and Emanuel Magallon scored for the Redskins with Zach Richards contributing an assist.
October 16 Paw Paw 1 Battle Creek Pennfield 0
Redskin soccer took a difficult win over the Panthers for their 12th win of the year. A goal by David Magallon at 28 minutes of the first half produced the only score of the game. The 12 wins marked the most for a Redskin soccer team since the 2001-02 season.
October 12 Paw Paw 46 Otsego 23
Redskin football wrapped up an undisputed conference title. The Reds jumped out to a quick lead before the Bulldogs cut the lead to 22-17. Paw Paw took over the game again to win going away. The 'Skins rushed for 470 yards including 158 for DeMarcus Leak, 119 for Caleb Hall, 93 for Justin McCauley and 90 for Ross Beck. Leak scored four TDs and McCauley and Ross Beck one each with Leak and Randall Miller each converting two two point plays, and Hall 1.
Redskin tennis reached the MHSAA state fiinals for the second year in a row finishing second in the South Bend Regional. Doubles tandems of Jared Burk/Daniel Brown and Colin Siwula/Tyler Henry both brought home hardware for their Regional Championships.
October 8 Paw Paw 2 Dowagiac 6
The recent problems of Redskin soccer continued Monday in opening league tournament play with a loss to the Chieftains. After raising their record to 10-3 the 'Skins have lost four in a row scoring just a pair of goals. Cameron Kirkpatrick and Wil Godding found the net for the Reds.
Congratulations Redskin athletes on your selection to Wolverine all conference teams. Samantha Hill, girls golf 1st team. Boys Tennis: Jared Burk, Daniel Brown, Collin Siwula and Tyler Henry 2nd team. Corey Siwula, Shane Wyman, Nate Watts, Devan Dodd, Jake Borys and Eric Hynes honorable mention squad.
October 5 Paw Paw 28 Allegan 14
The Redskin football team clinched at least a share of their fourth league title in five years Friday. Justin McCauley had 159 yards rushing, 116 passing, a pair of two point conversions, plus two interceptions and a potential TD pass batted away on defense. Ross Beck, Bobby Yarbrough and Brandon Hall also reached the end zone.
September 29 Paw Paw 0 Lakeshore-Stevensville 3
The Lancers broke up a scoreless soccer match with 11 minutes to go, added a sceond goal three minutes later and add the clincher with 3:03 remaining.
September 28 Paw Paw 60 Comstock 0
The fourth rated Redskins jumped out to a 40-0 lead and coasted home with their sixth straight win. Justin McCauley and DeMarcus Leak scored two TDs each while Bobby Yarbrough, Caleb Schley, Caleb Hall and Jay Doll added one each.
September 26 Paw Paw 0 Plainwell 1
Redskin soccer never got their offense untracked against the Trojans. Goal keeper Jalen VanHoeven kept the game close with numerous saves.
September 25 Paw Paw 22 Berrien Springs 29
Paw Paw 26 Allegan 30
Paw Paw's cross country girls took a pair of matches with Kayla DePierre finishing first overall in 19:51. Kayle Groteleuschen finished fifth with a 22:59 clocking, and Emily Stearns seventh in 26:57.
September 25 Paw Paw 48 Allegan 15
Paw Paw 45 Berrien Springs 15
Tony Westerhoff was the lone Redskin to finish in the top ten in cross country with an eighth place time of 20:03.
September 24 Paw Paw 2 Lake Michigan Catholic 0
Paw Paw 2 Michigan Lutheran 0
Paw Paw 2 River Valley 0
Paw Paw 0 Michigan Lutheran 2
The Lady Reds volleyball team breezed to the finals of the Bridgman Invitational before falling to the Titans in the finals.
September 24 Paw Paw 8 Comstock 0
The Reds scored four goals in each half to win easily. David Magallon had 2 goals and one assist, Emanuel Magallon 2 goals, Wil Gooding 1 goal, 2 assists, Zach Richards 1 goal, Cameron Kirkpatrick 1 goal, Zaki Alsakha 1 goal, Steve Magallon 2 assists, and Josh Richmond 1 assist. Jalen VanHoeven had the shutout in the goal for the 'Skins.
September 20 Paw Paw 3 Battle Creek Pennfield 1
Trailing 1-0 in the second Zach Richards scored on a penalty shot, David Magallon gave his team the lead from a corner kick, and Steven Magallon scored the insurance goal off an assist from brother Emanuel Magallon.-
September 21 Paw Paw 24 Vicksburg 13
It took a fourth quarter rally to pull out a homecoming win for the Reds. Trailing 13-12 Kyle Williams picked off a Bulldog pass to the four, and Justin McCauley took the ball over. Williams also caught a 38 yard TD pass in the final minutes, and had another 68 yard TD scamper negated by a penatly. Tim Wielenga also scored an early TD. Two safeties aided the Redskin cause. Jack Jennings led the tackle list with 11 and also intercepted a pass plus a two point conversion.
September 20 Paw Paw 2 Vicksburg 3
The Lady Reds won the first two volleyball sets but then dropped three in a row to the Bulldogs. Chloe Salman led her team with 12 kills and four aces. Amanda Richardson topped the assists list with 16, Sarah Wyman had five digs, and Courtney McCauley led in blocks with four.
September 19 Paw Paw 3 Vicksburg 1
Emanuel Magallon recorded a three goal hat trick, personally outscoring the Bulldogs in Wolverine North soccer action. Steven Magallon contributed one assist and Jalen Van Hoeven came up with key saves in the Redskin goal.
September 18 Paw Paw 5 Berrien Springs 3
It took late tie breaking set wins by Shane Wyman in #3 singles and Nate Watts and DeVan Dodd at third doubles to pick up the win over the Shamrocks. Corey Siwula, Collin Siwula/Tyler Henry and Jake Borys/Eric Hynes also posted wins for the 'Skins.
September 17 Paw Paw 2 Lawton 1
Emanuel Magallon scored on an assist from Tyler Johnson and Zach Richards also found the net in a tight soccer win over the Blue Devils.
September 14 Paw Paw 48 Allegan 28
Varsity Redskin football went to 4-0 as did Paw Paw freshmen and JV teams. Tim Wielenga scored twice and so did Justin McCauley. Mc Cauley also threw a TD pass to Jack Jennings and two to Bobby Yarbrough. Jack Jennings led the defense with 12 tackles.
September 13 Paw Paw 0 Allegan 3
Lady Tiger volleyball clawed their way to a sweep of the Lady 'Skins. Courtney McCauley and MacAuley Peterson each recorded two blocks and McCauley added seven kills for the Reds. Sarah Wyman had 20 digs, Chloe Salman five aces and Amanda Richardson 15 assists.
September 12 Paw Paw 4 Allegan 5
After a 3-3 half time tie, the Tigers soccer team scored twice in the second half to claim the win. David Magallon and Tyler Johnson scored twice for the 'Skins and Emanuel Magallon contributed a pair of assists and Will Godding one.
September 11 Paw Paw 39 Plainwell 22, Paw Paw 30 Three Rivers 25
Lady Redskin cross country dropped a pair decisons despite a first place finish by Kayla DePierre(19:35). Kayla Grotelueschen came in 6th at 22:41.
September 11 Paw Paw 44 Plainwell 18, Paw Paw 44 Three Rivers 19.
Tony Westerfhoff led the boys cross country team with a fourth place finish in a clocking of 20:27. The Trojans and Wildcats both left Paw Paw with victories.
September 8 Paw Paw 4 Marcellus 0
The Redskin soccer squad scored three second half goals to defeat the Wildcats. David Magallon, Emanuel Magallon, Zach Richards and Cameron Kirkpatrick each found the back of the Wildcat net. Jalen Van Hoeven had the shutout in goal for the 'Skins.
September 7 Paw Paw 42 Coloma 0
Tim Wielenga scored three times on runs of 9, 26, and 7. Justin McCauley scored from 13 yards out and threw a 70 yard TD toss to Kyle Williams. Cody Small also reached the end zone from 3 yards out. Wielenga gained 117 yards rushing and McCauley 93 along with 171 yards passing.
September 6 Paw Paw 5 Edwardsburg 3
It came down to the third and fourth singles, and the Reds won both of them to defeat the Eddies in boys tennis. Redskin winners included: Corey Siwula 1st singles, Connor Anderson 2nd singles, #2 doubles Collin Siwula-Tyler Henry, third doubles Nate Watts-Devan Dodd and #4 doubles Jake Borys-Eric Hynes.
In the Harvest Invitational Cross Country meet held at Paw Paw, Kayla DePierre finished first for the Redskins in a course record time of 19:29. The girls finished fifth out of nine schools. The boys did not qualify for the title not having enough runners. Cody Puckett posted the best boys time in 21:26.
September 6 Paw Paw 3 Coloma 1
After losing the first set, the Lady Reds volleyball team came back to win three straight sets by scores of 25-22, 25-18, and 25-16. Among standouts for the Redskins were Courtney McCauley, Abbie Goldberg, Amanda Richardson, Taylor Weststrate and Sarah Wyman.
September 5 Paw Paw 2 Berrien Springs 1
Tyler Johnson scored twice and Jalen Van Hoeven had five saves in goal as the Reds defeated the Shamrock in a non-divisional Wolverine Conference contest.
September 3 Paw Paw 8 Kalamazoo Christian 4
Emanuel Magallon scored three goals and added an assist in the Redskins' fourth soccer win of the year. Tyler Johnson and Zach Richards added two goals apiece, Will Godding 1 and David Magallon two assists.
August 30 Paw Paw 1 St. Joseph 0
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August 30 Paw Paw 36 Berrien Springs 14
Justin McCauley ran for three TDs including one of 70 yards and threw a 32 yard TD pass to Bobby Yarbrough. Tim Wielenga also reached the endzone and ran for a pair of two point conversions. McCauley gained 149 yards in 14 attempts to provide nearly all of the offense for the 'Skins. Jack Jennings had 17 tackles, and Wielenga and Jason Vorce 10 apiece. The 'Skins led 24-0 after one period and were content to let everyone play the rest of the way. The Shamrocks scored twice late in the game to avoid the shutout.
The Lady Reds golf team finished 5th in the league jamboree at Otsego with a 198. Samantha Hill came in at 45 and Kaelin Lambert, Stephanie Bedford and Cassy Daoust all carded 51s. At Allegan later the same day the 'Skins finished 8th with a 214. Hill and Daoust each shot 50, Bedford 56 and Lambert 62.
August 29 Paw Paw 7 South Haven 1
Redskin tennis topped the Rams easily. Winners for PP were: Singles-Corey Siwula, Connor Anderson, and Shane Wyman. Doubles team winners included:Jared Burk/Daniel Brown, Collin Siwula/Tyler Henry, Nate Watts/DeVan Dodd and Eric Hynes/Jake Borys.
August 29 Coloma 3 Paw Paw 0
The Comets won a non-divisional volley ball match at Paw Paw. Amanda Richardson had 2 aces and 23 assists for the 'Skins while Courtney McCauley had 11 kills and 23 assists and Sarah Wyman recorded 15 digs.
August 27 South Haven 4 Paw Paw 3
The Rams scored a goal with two minutes to go and pulled out a Wolverine soccer match at Paw Paw. Scoring for the Redskins was Team Magallon, one goal each for Emanuel Magallon, David Magallon, and Steven Magallon.
Lady Redskins volleyball competed at the Portage Northern Invitational, losing to Battle Creek St. Phillip in pool play, and defeating Kalamazoo Loy Norrix. In the power pool the 'Skins split with Davison and beat Battle Creek Central. They lost in the first round of the silver bracket to Sturgis.
August 23 Paw Paw 62 South Haven 21
The Redskin football team scored 26 points in both the first and second quarters and rolled to an easy win over the Rams. Quarterback Justin McCauley played one half, hitting 8 of 12 passes for 212 yards and 2 TDS. Junior WR Kyle Williams caught TD passes of 87 and 71 yards. McCauley, Caleb Schley, Tim Wielenga, Bobby Yarbrough, and Cody Small each scored one TD, Small on a pass from sophomore QB Jay Doll. Caleb Hall scored twice. McCauley added 132 yards rushing in 12 carries and Schley had 105 yards in just 2 attempts.
In the annual Rally Against Cancer Tournament held at Paw Paw, The Redskins tennis team took the trophy with 17 points followed by Kalamazoo Hackett 15, Berrien Springs 14, and Plainwell eight. Winners for the 'Skins included doubles duos of Jared Burk and Daniel Brown, and Nathan Watts and DeVan Dodd. Second places by the Reds included Connor Anderson and Shane Wyman in singles play, and Jake Borys and Eric Hynes playing doubles. Over $800 was raised during the day for the American Cancer Society.
August 22 Paw Paw 9 Galesburg-Augusta 1
Redskin soccer's three Magalion brothers accounted for eight goals in the easy win over the Rams. Emanuel scored four times for the second game in a row, David added two and Esteban one. Tyler Johnson also found the net. Jalen VanHoeven picked up the win in goal with three saves.
August 20 Paw Paw 8 Parchment 1
Emanuel Magalion and the Redskin boys soccer team got off to a great start on the new soccer season with an easy win over Parchment. Magalion had a hat trick plus one with four goals while Jalen VanHoeven had three saves in holding the Panthers to a single goal.
Paw Paw's volleyball team began the year against some strong competition at the Gull Lake Invitational. The 'Skins lost in pool play to Gull Lake, beat Kalamazoo Loy Norrix and lost to Caledonia. In power pool they lost to Lakeshore and Marshall. In single elimination play the girls defeated Loy Norrix again before falling again to Caledonia in a very close match.
The Redskin boys tennis team started their season with a third place finish in the Portland Invitational with a total of 9 points. Corey Siwula came in second in #1 singles and the tandem of Daniel Brown and Jared Burk captured the #1 doubles title.
Redskin Trivia: Wade Killefer along with brother Bill Killefer are both members of the PPHS Hall of Fame. Both were major league players and managers in the early 1900s and each played on a state championship baseball team at Paw Paw Wade in the 1901 season and Bill 1905. Near the end of his career, Wade was part of the most one sided trade in baseball history. The Reds traded Wade to the New York Giants along with a player who never made the majors for three players, Christy Mathewson, Edd Rousch and Bill McKechnie. All three of these players made the Major League Hall of Fame. To make the trade even worse for the Giants Wade stayed just two days with the Giants and retired from baseball. Wade went on to become a member of the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame as a manager.
Redskin Trivia: Fred Sanger holds the PPHS season win record for baseball pitchers set in the 1900-01 season. He led his team to a 28-2 record and a state championship by compiling a 22-0 won loss record.
Redskin Trivia: Between the years of 1944 and 1960 Paw Paw's boys track teams had a remarkable record of 127 wins and 11 losses.
Paw Paw has had three individual state champions in girls track. All three won in the shot put: Anita Capone 1983-84 with a toss of 38'6". Amy Houghton in 1991-92 with 41'10.5" and Natalie Kmet in 2011-12 throwing the shot 36'10".
Congratulations to Lady Redskin soccer players named to the all state team:
Congratulations to PPHS senior female and male athletes of the year: The Redskin booster award was a tie with Selena Martinez and Natalie Kmet sharing the award. The Hindenach-Dawson award goes to Marquis Gill.
Lady Redskin soccer honors:
All Wolverine 1st team-Courtney Congdon, Elena Olivares, Natalie Kmet, Selena Martinez-Wolverine 2nd Team-Alex Guebara, Chloe Salman, Taylor Underhill-All District Team-Congdon, Olivares, Kmet, Martinez, Underhill, Salman, Breiann Davies Guebara and Jamie Packer. All Regional Team-Congdon, Olivares, and Kmet.
June 5 Paw Paw 0 Hudsonville Unity Christian 5
It is the bad luck of Paw Paw girls soccer to almost always meet Hudsonville Unity Christian in the first game of Regional play. The Crusaders are perennial state champions and showed it with two goals in the first four minutes of the game to end Redskin hopes early. The Lady Reds finished their season at 17-3-1, a school record for wins.
June 2 Paw Paw 6 Dowagiac 0
Redskin girls soccer won their fourth District trophy in a row, and sixth in seven years over the Chieftans. Taylor Underhill and Eleana Olivares had two goals each, and Selena Martinez and Breiann Davies each found the net once. Assists were credited to Olivars, Underhill, Martinez, and Savannah Warner. The Lady Reds go into Regional play with a 17-2-1 record.
May 30 Paw Paw 8 Buchanan 0
Selena Martinez scored three times to lead her team to the District Finals Saturday. Elena Olivares added two goals, as did Breiann Davies, and Taylor Underhill added one. Assists were credited to Underhill with two and one apiece for Amanda Richardson, Davies, Martinez and Savannah Warner.
May 29 Paw Paw 5 Coloma 0
The Lady Reds started District Tournament play with an easy win. Taylor Underhill and Elena Olivars each scored two goals and Chloe Salman one. Selena Martinez had two assists, and Alex Guebera and Courtney Congdon one apiece.
May 29 Paw Paw 0 South Haven 10
The Redskin baseball team lost their district opener to the Rams. Marquis Gill got the lone 'Skins hit. The Reds ended the year with a 21-12 record.
May 29 Paw Paw 0 South Haven 11
Lady Reds dropped their opening district game to the Lady Rams. Sara Wyman got the only hit for the Reds, a sixth inning pinch hit single.
May 26 Congratulations to Natalie Kmet for winning the Division II state title in the shot put with a throw of 36'10".
May 24 Paw Paw 0 Coloma 1 Paw Paw 3 Coloma 8
Visiting Coloma came to Paw Paw with a gaudy 32-2-1 record and left with two more wins despite the efforts of pitcher Holly VanTilburg. She battled the Comets through nine innings giving up just four hits and one run yet was saddled with the loss. VanTilburg also collected the only Lady Reds hit, a double. In the second game Coloma jumped out to a first inning 6-0 lead and coasted to the win.
May 23 Paw Paw 6 Kalamazoo Central 4 Paw Paw 4 Kalamazoo Central 9
After trailing 4-1, the Redskins rallied for five runs in the fifth inning and turned the game over Chris Lyons. Lyons fanned 13 Maroon Giants while allowing just three hits. Lyons led the Wolverine Conerence with eight wins and an ERA of 1.28. In the second contest Central won 9-4. Leading hitters in game one were Kyle Williams with two hits and one RBI, and Bobby Yarbrough and Marquis Gill each with a single and RBi. In game two Grand Lewis had two hits including his fifth triple, a new school record for a season. Cal Beck added a pair of hits and Williams chased home two runs with a basehit. Game two saw the Redskin defense suffer problems.
May 23 Paw Paw 2 Hamilton 2
Elena Olivares scored two goals, the second one with three seconds in the game to escape with a tie with the Hamilton Hawkeyes.
May 23 Paw Paw 7 Kal. Central 0 Paw Paw 15 Kal. Central 0
In what was probably the best single day of pitching in Redskin softball history, Holly VanTilburg shut out the Maroons on one hit and Kayli Bowen did her one better in the second game, pitching a perfect game no hitter. Bowen, McKayla Fooy and Melissa Bradley each collected two hits in game one and VanTilburg collected three hits in the night cap while Courtney McCauley and Morgan Stieber each added a pair of safeties.
May 22 Paw Paw 5 Dowagiac 1 Paw Paw 16 Dowagiac 1
Great pitching led the Redskins softball team to their sixth and seventh straight wins with Kayli Bowen and Holly VanTilburg each picking up a win. VanTilburg also had a double and triple in game one, while Bowen collected a second game two bagger, and MacKenzie Earl added a triple.
Lady Redskins thinclads are Wolverine Champions again! Paw Paw has shared the league title again although losing the conference meet to Vicksburg by 1/2 point. It came down to the last event with the Lady Reds winning the 1600 meter relay, but Vicksburg coming in fourth for the trophy. However due to their undefeated regular season (which included a two point win over Vicksburg) the Lady Redskins are again league co-champions.
Paw Paw 7 Dowagiac 0 Paw Paw 14 Dowagiac 3
Chris Lyons tossed a four hit shutout in the opener and the 'Skins scored seven times on just three hits. Cal Beck had a bases loaded single chasing home a pair of Redskin runners. Marquis Gill picked up the win in the second game, a mercy rule shortened game. Gill, Grant Lewis and Josh Thomas all had a pair of hits with Lewis and Thomas chasing home three runs each, and Gill two. Bobby Yarbrough, Ben Stieber and Kyle Williams each added one hit. Stieber's stolen base was the 76th of his career, a new school record.
May 21 Paw Paw 5 Dowagiac 0
Elena Olivares had a three goal hat trick and freshman Chloe Salman added a pair of goals in the 'Skins 14th win of the season. Taylor Underhill assisted on three goals and Morgan Evick one. Goal keeper Natalie Kmet recorded her 19th career shutout which is a new PPHS girls soccer record.
May 19 Paw Paw 2 Schoolcraft 0
Paw Paw 8 Portage Northern 3
Paw Paw 2 Galesburg 1
Lady Redskins won the Greater Kalamazoo Softball Invitational behind some good pitching and timely hitting. Holly Van Tilburg picked up two wins and Kayli Bowen one. Sarah Wyman, just joining the lineup after an injury drove in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth in the title game. Then VanTilburg got out of a bases loaded situation in the seventh, striking out the final batter to end the game and give the Lady Reds the trophy.
May 19 Paw Paw 1 Portage Central 16 Paw Paw 4 Portage Northern 3
Redskin baseball fell victim to a strong hitting attack in the Greater Kalamazoo Baseball Invitational opening game, lasting just three innings due to the 15 run mercy rule. In the second game of the day the Reds defeated the Huskies with seven strong innings of work by Coltol Moldovan. Cal Beck had three hits and Moldovan added two.
May 18 Paw Paw 6 Allegan 3 Paw Paw 5 Allegan 3
In a pair of well pitched games the 'Skins swept by the Tigers with Holly VanTilburg and Kayli Bowen picking up the wins. The two pitchers also led the hitting with three hits apiece, VanTilburg stroking a double and triple.
May 18 Paw Paw 7 Allegan 6 Paw Paw 14 Allegan 4
Chris Lyons and Justin McCauley each collected another pitching win against the Tigs. McCauley had four hits on the day, Yarbrough three, and Cal Beck had five RBI in the night cap.
May 18 LADY REDSKINS WIN TRACK REGIONAL!
Natalie Kmet, Kayla DePierre and Whitney Johnson racked up first place finishes as the Lady Reds won their first ever Div II Regional. Previous Redskins regional wins had come in Division III.
May 18 Paw Paw 3 Lakeshore 0
The Lady Redskin soccer team recorded their first ever win over Lakeshore after eight straight losses dating back to 1992. Chloe Salman, Selena Martinez and Elena Olivares each put a ball in the Lancer's net, and Olivares also had an assist.
May 16 Paw Paw 2 Allegan 1
A header off a corner kick by Selena Martinez by Chloe Salman gave the Lady Redskins a tight win at Allegan. Taylor Underhill had scored earlier for the Reds with an assist by Elena Olivares. The girls now stand 12-2 on the season.
May 15 Lady Redskins track team won their third invitational of the season at Marcellus with 120 points. The boys team finished second.
In game one the Redskins had 24 base runners in just four innings of work for an easy win. Chris Lyons was the winning pitcher, Ben Stieber and Marquis Gill each scored three times, and Francisco Posada had three hits. In the second game the Redskins had a 6-2 lead until the 'Dogs scored five in the bottom of the fifth inning. Bobby Yarbrough, Stieber and Cal Beck each had three hits and Posada had a RBI triple. Beck took the loss on the mound.
Vicksburg took a double header from the Lady Reds. MacKenzie Earl had four hits on the day including a double and homerun for the 'Skins.
May 12 Paw Paw 3 Niles 1
Elena Olivares recorded a hat trick with three goals and Amanda Richardson added two. Taylor Underhill assisted on two goals and Brei Davies one.
May 12 Redskin golfers won the Lawton Invitational Golf Division with a score of 358. Austin Edick led his team with a season best 81.
May 11 Lady Redskins track won the Allegan Relays over 11 opponets. Kayla DePierre set a new school record in the 3200 meter run with a clocking of 11:31.37. Kyle Richardson also set a new standard, in the 1600 meter with a time of 4:26.91. The boys finished eighth.
May 12 Paw Paw 2 Niles Brandywine 1
Justin McCauley pitched a three hitter with nine strikeouts against the Bobcats.
May 12 Paw Paw 4 Coloma 2
Kyle Williams picked up his first win of the season while fanning seven Comets. Cal Beck and Grant Lewis each had a pair of hits.
May 11 Paw Paw 5 Three Rivers 1 Paw Paw 7 Three Rivers 4
Chris Lyons and Marquis Gill tossed complete game wins over the Wildcats. Bobby Yarbrough and Gill had four hits on the day and Justin McCauley added three.
May 9 Paw Paw 5 Three Rivers 0 Paw Paw 4 Three Rivers
Despite being out hit 16 to 6 for the day by the Lady Wildcats, the Redskin softball team swept a pair of games 5-0 and 4-3. Seventh inning rallies in both games brought the Lady Reds back from near defeat.
May 9 Paw Paw 5 Three Rivers 0
Elena Olivares had three goals, Amanda Richardson two, Taylor Underhill recorded a pair of assists and Brei Davies one. Natalie Kmet had six saves while recording her shutout victory.
Paw Paw 8 Dowagiac 0
The Lady Reds tennis team only lost two sets in defeating the Chieftains. Singles winners included Jess Nelson, Emily Pearson, Leah Kline, and Kate McCaw. Doubles tandem winners included Leslie Adriance/Elyse Wegeler, Cammi Greene/Kylee Bain, Brooke Labadie/Laura Pantoja and Clare Banonis/Kelsley Heidma.
May 8 Paw Paw 0 South Haven 5 Paw Paw 5 South Haven 7
Redskin baseball finished a rough nine games in six days stretch dropping a pair to the Rams.
May 8 Paw Paw 3 South Haven 6 (8 inn.) Paw Paw 1 South Haven 2
State rated South Haven had to work all day to take a pair from the Lady Redskins. Holly VanTilburg, MacKenzie Early and McKayla Fooy were the leading hitters for the 'Skins.
Lady Redskin track finished first in the Wolverine Jamboree at Plainwell while the boys came in fourth.
May 7 Paw Paw 6 South Haven 0
Lady Redskin soccer raised their record to 8-2 with an easy win over the Lady Rams. Taylor Underhill had a hat trick with three goals plus one assist, Elena Olivares, Selena Martinez and Savannah Warner each contributed a goal, while Brei Davies and Oliveras assisted on two goals and Martinez added one. Natalie Kmet stopped seven shots in goal to register her fifth shutout of the season.
May 4 Paw Paw 8 Buchanan 0
Paw Paw's soccer girls had little trouble downing the Bucks. Taylor Underhill and Chloe Salman each scored two goals, and Selena Martinez, Amanda Richardson, Brei Davies and Alex Guebara added one each. Elana Olivares had three assists, and Martinez, Underhill and Salman each assisted on one goal.
Holly VanTilburg pitched a shutout against the Trojans and Kayli Bowen picked up the softtball win in the other game with both girls tossing complete games.
May 2 Paw Paw 184 Lakeshore 204
Corey Siwula was medalist with a 39 as the Redskin golf team easily defeated the Lancers.
May 2 Paw Paw 8 Plainwell 0 Paw Paw 5 Plainwell 0
Chris Lyons and Justin McCauley each threw a compete game shutout at the Trojans. Cal Beck, McCauley, Marquis Gill, Ben Stieber and Grant Lewis were among the leading Redskin hitters. The 'Skins now stand 9-1 on the season.
May 2 Paw Paw 5 Comstock 1
Brian Clements' girls soccer team took a 2-1 lead at the half and coasted to a win over the Colts. Scoring for the Lady Reds were Jamie Packer, Taylor Underhill, Chloe Salman, Amanda Richardson and Alex Guebara. Selena Martinez had three assists, Mya Oisten 1. The 'Skins now stand 6-2 on the season.
April 30 Paw Paw 0 Otsego 1
Lady Redskin soccer fell to the Lady Bulldogs despite launching 14 shots at goal. Otsego scored in the first half on a header off a rebound.
Congratulations to DeMarcus Leak who set a new boys school record in the high jump with a leap of 6'7" at the Bangor Relays. Leak, who was limited to one event due to a hamstring injury, barely missed twice at 6'9". The previous record was 6'6" set in 1975 by Ed Dow.
April 27 Paw Paw 9 Otsego 2 Paw Paw 8 Otsego 9
The Lady Redskins softball broke open a tie game with seven runs in the final inning for a game one win. In the nightcap they rallied for three in the final frame but fell just one run short of a victory.
April 27 Paw Paw 3 Otsego 1 Paw Paw 7 Otsego 6
The Redskins swept a baseball double header from Otsego with some strong pitching performances. In the opener Chris Lyons went all the way allowing one run and three hits. In the nightcap Marquis Gill had a no hitter for six until the Bulldog's bats woke up and tied the game in the sevent. Gill still hung on for the win with nine strikeouts. Grant Lewis had three hits including the game winner in the bottom of the seventh frame. Bobby Yarbrough added a base hit chasing in three runs and Justin McCauley added two RBI for the 'Skins.
April 26 Paw Paw 4 St. Joseph 10
Almost everything went wrong in the Redskins' first baseball loss of the year. Redskin pitchers contributed 12 walks, the defense made five errors, and the Reds could only muster four hits. Kyle Williams was the lone bright spot for the offense with a single and two run home run.
April 24 Paw Paw 70 Comstock 66
The Redskin boys won their first track meet of the year, led by Kyle Richardson who captured first in the 800, 1600, and 3200 meter runs. Caley Schley won the 100 meter and 300 hurdles.
April 24 Paw Paw 103 Comstock 21
Natalie Kmet (shot and discus), Kayla DePierre (pole vault and 1600 meter run), and Celestine Schwartz in both hurdles events were double winners, and the Lady Reds swept all four relays.
April 24 Paw Paw 15 Bangor
Sophomore Holly VanTilburg tossed a no-hitter with 8 strikeouts in a mercy rule shortened softball game against the Vikings. Amanda Ampey came up with the big hit, a bases loaded triple.
April 24 Paw Paw 12 Bangor 2
Ben Stieber belted an inside the park three run home run to pace the 'Skins to their fifth win in a row. Marquis Gill picked up the win with relief help from Chris Lyons and Cal Beck. Bobby Yarbrough and Josh Thomas each added a pair of hits.
April 20 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Central 0
Taylor Underhill scored a goal off an assist from Jamie Packer just five minutes into the soccer game against the Maroon Giants. Elena Olivares and Chloe Salman added scores with assists from Selena Martinez and the Lady Reds coasted to their fifth win in six outings.
April 18 Paw Paw 3 Constantine 2
Hurler Kayli Bowen picked up the win as the Lady Redskins defeated the Falcons in softball. Holly VanTilburg and Sydney Schauer picked up the only two hits for the Lady 'Skins.
April 18 Paw Paw 14 Constantine
Redskin baseball picked up their fourth win in a row with Colton Moldovan picking up the win. Ben Stieber and Justin McCauley each had two hits, with Stieber adding three RBI and McCauley one. Bobby Yarbrough added a three run double.
April 18 Plainwell 6 Paw Paw 0
Redskin soccer lost for the first time this season, to defending state champion Plainwell who is currently rated #1 again in Division II girls soccer.
April 17 Girls 72 Allegan 52 Boys 29 Allegan 107
An already short handed boys track team took on the Tigers without their leading scorer, DeMarcus Leak. Kyle Richardson did his part and more with three wins in the distance runs, and Agustine Cruz won the discus with a toss of 115'7.5"
Whitney Johnson and Celestine Schwartz each picked up three wins for the Lady Redskins who remained undefeated.
April 13 Paw Paw 2 Kalamazoo Christian 0
Morgan Evick and Breiann Davies each scored one goal as the Lady Redskin soccer girls stretched their record to 4-0 on the season.
April 11 Girls Paw Paw 67 Vicksburg 65
Boys Paw Paw 40 Vicksburg 97
The Lady Reds took a thrilling win with Celestine Schwartz, Whitney Johnson, Natale Kmet and Bryce Miller leading the scoring.
The boys track team fell despite three wins by DeMaracus Leak-long jump 21'4"
high jump 6'4" and the 200 meter dash 23.10. Kyle Richardson captured the 1600 meter run in 4:37.42, and Agustin Cruz took first in the discus with 118'2".
April 11 Paw Paw 12 Wyoming Rogers 5
The Redskin baseball team continued their assault on area pitching, jumping out to an early 12-0 lead over the Golden Hawks. Ben Stieber was outstanding on the mound for the Reds picking up the win with relief help from Justin McCauley. Stieber and Grant Lewis each collected three hits including a triple, and Marquis Gill had a pair of safeties and three RBI. McCauley, Francisco Posada, Brett Bover and Kyle Williams each added a base hit to the cause.
April 10 Paw Paw 3 St Joseph 1
The Redskin girls soccer team moved to 3-0 on the season with a win over the always strong Bears. Elena Olivares scored twice, Alex Guebara once, with Taylor Underhill recording a pair of assists, and Desi Humphrey one.
April 9 Paw Paw 1 Galesburg-Augusta 8
Redskin softball fell to the Lady Rams, managing just two hits, one apiece for Meilissa Bradley and MacKenzie Earl. Holly Van Tilburg took the loss on the mound.
Paw Paw 17 Galesburg-Augusta 0
It took just three innings for Redskin baseball to mercy the Rams. Chris Lyons was perfect on the hill allowing no runs and no hits, while striking out seven in his brief appearance. Bobby Yarbrough led the hitting with two singles and a triple, three RBI and four runs scored. Grant Lewis added a single and a triple, and Marquis Gill drove two runs home with a three bagger. Lyons, Ben Stieber, Justin McCauley, Francisco Posada and Josh Thomas also hit safely for the 'Skins.
Paw Paw 0 Niles Brandywine 4
Paw Paw 7 Buchanan 6
The Lady Reds split a pair of softball games, losing to the Bob Cats and rallying to top the Lady Bucks. In game one Holly VanTilburg, Kayli Bowen, Sydney Schauer and Melissa Bradley picked up one hit apiece. In the nightcap VanTilburg went 4-4 with a double and triple, Bowen and MacKenzie Earl each contributed a pair of hits, and Bradley, Taylor Dwyer Sydney Schauer and Jesse Hood each collected a base hit. Bowen was the winning pitcher for the Lady Reds.
March 29 Paw Paw 5 Lawton 4
Lady Redskin softball rallied in the bottom of the eight inning to down the Lady Blue Devils. Kayla Bowen picked up the complete game win and Taylor Dwyer had a pair of hits.
March 29 Paw Paw 14 Lawton 2
The Redskins opened their baseball season with a mercy rule five inning win. Marquis Gill collected three hits and two RBI, Ben Stieber added a pair of hits and five RBI plus three stolen bases. Cal Beck had two singles, and Grant Lewis added a double and triple.
The boys golf team lost their first matches of the season despite a round of 42 by Corey Siwula.
March 27 Girls Paw Paw 72 Otsego 61
Boys Paw Paw 44 Otsego 92
The Lady Redskins started their track season with a win at Otsego. Whitney Johnson claimed four first places, 100, 200, 400 and a leg of the 1600 relay. Kayla DePierre won the pole vault and both hurdles, Natalie took both the shot and discus and the 'Skins also took the 400 relay.
DeMarcus Leak and Kyle Richardson were almost the complete story for the boys. DeMarcus took the high jump, long jump and 100 meter, and Kyle won both the 1600 and 3200 meter runs. Agustin Cruz added a win in the discus.
March 26 Paw Paw 11 Niles Brandywine 0
In a mercy rule game limited to one half of play, the Lady Redskins dominated the Bob Cats for their second win. Elena Olivares and Alex Guebara each recorded a three goal hat trick, Jamie Packer added two goals, and Chloe Salman, Abbie Goldberg, and Cassy Daoust each also found the net. Selena Martinez recorded three assists and Savannah Warner and Amanda Richardson one apiece. Natalie Kmet recoreded her second straight shutout in the net for the 'Skins.
Paw Paw 6 Parchment 0
Lady Redskin soccer started their season with a win over the Panthers.
Selena Martinez, Desi Humphrey, Abbey Goldberg, Chloe Salman, Taylor Underhill and Elena Olivares each had one goal. Martinez added two assists and Humphrey and Cassy Daoust each added one assist.
Tanner Eubank, freshman member of the 2011-12 varsity team has been named to the All State Freshman Varsity 1st team by Bankhoops.com, the top site for amateur basketball in Michigan.
Natalie Kmet has signed to play basketball next season at Calvin College.
Congratulations to Selena Martinez, a member of the Class B All State Honorable Mention girls' basketball team.
Congratulations to Luke Vavra and Marquis Gill 1st Team All Wolverine Basketball, and DeMarcus Leak Honorable Mention Squad.
The Redskin boys were surprised by 4-17 Coloma in their first District basketball game 52-50. Marquis Gill topped the scoring with 19, Luke Vavra added 18 and Matt Cerven six. The Reds end the season 1t 13-8.
Paw Paw Bowlers, Competitive Cheer Team Place in State Finals
Kelli Volenski finished 5th in the state finals in Division III bowling, and Brady Ruselink finshed 17th, missing the quarter finals by eight pins. The Paw Paw Competitive Cheer team took 6th place in Division III Finals over the weekend, improving on their 8th place finish in 2011. Great job all around to all!
Parchment 58, Paw Paw 47
Panthers too much for Lady Redskins
Martinez 17 points 7 boards Kmet 12 points
Paw Paw Boys Defeat Plainwell 82-62 in Regular Season Final
Thursday, March 1 - Redskins hit 12 three pointers Marquis Gill and Luke Vavra 21 points each Matt Cerven 17 including five treys DeMarcus Leak 10 points Gill 11 rebounds
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