Paw Paw's boys tennis team began the new season facing some of the top state powers at the Portland Quad. The 'Skins finished third of four teams with nine points. Top performers for the Redskins included #4 singles Josh Van Roekel, #2 doubles duo Charlie Tapper and Ben Hulst, and third doubles tandem Connor Wilson and Gabe Rogers, also runners-up.
Three Lady Redskins soccer players have been named to the Division III All State teams. Senior defender Karley Babcock is a first team member, after been an honorable mention team member the past two years. Junior defender Megan Huggett is a member of the honorable mention squad, as is freshman midfielder Claudia Muessig
June 3 Paw Paw 0 Edwardsburg 6
Paw Paw softball fell in district semi-final play to the Eddies.
June 3 Paw Paw 1 Edwardsburg 6
Redskins baseball ended their season in district semi-finals play. The game was tied 1-1 until the Eddies scored five times in the first extra inning. Jimmy Wressel drove in the lone Paw Paw run with a double.
Lewis Tate and Molly Thompson each won All State track honors at the state finals. Tate finished fourth in the 3200 meter with a new school record time of 9:26.45. Thompson also ended in fourth in the girls 3200,and also set a new school record time of 11:14.63.
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The win over the Panthers gave Redskins soccer their ninth district title in a row, and 11 out of 12. Brooklyn Deming, Anna Glomski, and Claudia Muessig found the net, and Megan Huggett had a pair of assists.
May 31 Paw Paw 4 Coloma 0
Redskins soccer won the semi-finals match up with the Comets with Brooklyn Deming, Emily Nelson, Claudia Muessig, and Lorena Diaz producing goals. Muessig, Megan Huggett, and Anna Glomski provided assists.
May 30 Paw Paw 0 Comstock 1
In a tune up baseball game for tourney play, the Colts scored In the fourth frame to take the win. Tyler Pursley and Tyler Foote combined to throw six innings allowing four hits and one run. Jimmy Wressel had a pair of hits and added to his new school record for doubles in a season with his 18th.
May 26 Paw Paw 5/4 Dowagiac 0/3
In a tribal battle, the Redskins took a pair of baseball games from the Chieftains. Game one saw Kyle Downard pitch a two hit complete game shutout with nine strikeouts with Jimmy Wressel contributing two hits and a pair of RBI. Tyler Foote's sixth inning single drove in the winning run in the second contest. Foote ended the game with three hits and Wressel added two. Caleb Schmitt picked up the win with two scoreless innings.
May 25 Paw Paw 2/2 Saint Joseph 5/12
Paw Paw could only muster eight hits all singles, in a pair of losses to the Bears. Caleb Schmitt and Mason Popp managed six of the safeties.
May 19 At Sturgis, the Lady Redskins tracksters finished third in the Regional with Mackenzie Newell winning the discus (123'1") by nearly 20 feet, and the 200 meter (27.89). She took second in the shot put (37'1.5") and the 200 meter (13.57). Molly Thompson finished third in the 3200 meter run at 11:36.17, and as a team the girls came in sixth. The boys finished 12th with Lewis Tate taking second in the 3200 meter with a 9:31.90 clocking, just barely over his school record.
May 17 Lady Redskins soccer came up with their best performance of the season, defeating previously league undefeated Allegan. Brooklyn Deming and Kate Thompson produced goals with assists from Claudia Muessig and Megan Huggett. Rachel Babcock stop six shots in goal.
May 16 Paw Paw 6/5 Plainwell 7/6
The Trojans took a pair of tight games from The Redskins, both by one run. In the opener Zack Callahan had three hits and two RBI, and Mason Popp chased a pair of runners over the plate with a single. Game two saw Jimmy Wressel lead off the game for the 'Skins with a home run, Will Downard accounted for three hits and Tyler Pursley two, but the Trojans prevailed in the end.
May 15 Paw Paw 9 Vicksburg 1
Almost the entire Lady Reds soccer team joined in the win over the Lady Dawgs. Claudia Muesig had two goals and one assist, Brooklyn Deming 1-1, Emily Nelson 1-1, Lian Glomski 1-2, and Hannah Warner 2-1. Karley Babcock land Lorena Diaz each also netted a score. Rachel Babcock had two saves in goal and Tabea Kury one.
May 12 Paw Paw 4/7 Three Rivers 3/5
A trip to Triple Ripple ended with a pair of wins for the Lady Redskins softball team. Brooke VanTilburg pitched an eight inning complete game to claim the opening win, allowing just two earned runs and fanning four Lady Wildcats. Kinsey Carr had two hits and drove in three runs and Lydia Rodgers also hit safely twice and recorded a pair of RBI. Game two pitching honors went to KIarra Herson, and VanTilburg led the offense with two singles and a double, With Anna Castelluccio and Lydia Rodgers each gathered pair of hits also.
May 12 Paw Paw 1/4 Three Rivers 6/3
Playing under the lights at Three Rivers, the Reds managed only one hit in the first game loss, but came back to take the late game in 10 innings. Corey Curtis chased the winning run home with a single. Caleb Schmitt took the win with four and a third innings of good relief help. Zack Callahan, Tyler Pursley, and Curtis each had a pair of hits.
May 12 Senior Mackenzie Newell had a stellar day at the Wolverine Conference track meet, winning the 200 meter, shot put, discus throw, and finishing second in the 100 meter dash. Molly Thompson took second place honors in the 3200 meter run as did Lewis Tate for the boys. Shane Howe came in second in the discus, and Miguel Vasquez third in the high jump.
May 11 Paw Paw 9 Three Rivers 1
Megan Huggett scored four soccer goals, and Claudia Muesig added three. Emily Nelson and Kate Thompson also found the goal. Muesig added three assists, Lorena Diaz 2, and Hannah Warner 1.
May 6 Paw Paw 4 Constantine 5 Paw Paw 18 Gobles 5
Softball split a double header at Gobles. In the first game loss, Kiarra Herson, Kinsey Carr, and Lydia Rodgers each had a pair of hits while Emily Vanderburg was a perfect three for three.
In the late game Brooke VanTilburg got the win and also found time to collect four hits. She had lots of help with Emma Johnson hitting a three run home run, and Grace Sylvester flirting with the cycle with a single, double, and triple.
May 5 Paw Paw 15/13 Sturgis 2/2
Softball bats were hot for the Lady Reds as they collected 24 hits in the double header compared to six for the Lady Trojans. Brooke Vantilburg and Kiarra Herson picked up the pitching wins, and both games ended under the mercy rule.
May 8 Paw Paw 8 South Haven 0
It was a mercy rule night for Lady Redskins soccer with a shutout of the Lady Rams. Brooklyn Deming and Claudia Muesig had two goals apiece with Megan Huggett, Anna Glomski, Lian Glomski, and Lorena Diaz each also reaching the net. Rachel Babcock had three saves as the net minder, and Deming added two assists with Muesgi and Emily Nelson each adding one.
May 6 Paw Paw 1 Gobles 8 Paw Paw 6 Union City 5
Paw Paw's baseball team dropped a Saturday morning game to the Tigers mainly because of a five run sixth. Jimmy Wressel and Caleb Schmitt each had two hits.
In the afternoon game The 'Skins came back from a four run first frame by the Chargers to win in a last inning walk off on a Tyler Foote base hit. The clutch single also made Foote the winning pitcher with three innings of work without allowing an earned run. Wressel and Tyler Pursely each hit safely twice, and Kyle Downard drove three runs over the plate..
May 5 Paw Paw 3/3 Sturgis 6/13
Baseball dropped a pair of games against the Trojans, getting just seven hits in the double header. Kyle Downard accounted for three of the hits, and Jimmy Wressel two.
May 3 Paw Paw 6 Edwardsburg 0
The Paw Paw soccer ladies had an easy time of it at Edwardsburg, controlling play throughout the evening. Goals were produced by Lorena Diaz, Hannah Warner and Megan Huggett (two each), and Claudia Muesig. Diaz, Muesig, and Emily Nelson each provided an assist. Rachel Babcock earned the shutout in the net with six saves.
May 1 Paw Paw boys 60 Plainwell 73 Paw Paw boys 54 Allegan 79
Paw Paw girls 39 Plainwell 96 Paw Paw girls 44 Allegan 80
The Redskins track teams had a rough time at the Plainwell double dual meet, but there were some good individual performances. Finishing first over all for the Tribe were: boys-Collin Rush 100 meter (12.08), Miguel Vasquez 400 meter (54.53), Lewis Tate 1600 meter (4:38.13), and the the 4 X 800 relay team of Tate, Jonah Maichele, Wyatt Owsiany, and Mike Mc Cauley. For the Lady Reds coming in first overall were Mackenzie Newell 200 meter (28.27), and shot put (38'4"), Mary Schincariol high jump (5'), and the 4 X 400 relay squad of Newell, Molly Thompson, Elise Burk, and Alexis Walling (4:39.83).
May 1 Paw Paw 5 Sturgis 0
Claudia Muesing accounted for four goals in the Lady Reds soccer shutout Monday. Hannah Warner also scored, with Brooklyn Deming assisting on three goals, and Loena Diaz 1.
April 28 Two Redskins track standouts were the story at the Allegan Invitational. Mackenzie Newell took second in the 200 meter ((27.77), shot put (36'.05"), and discus (112' 8.25"). Lewis Tate also brought home a runner up medal in the 3200 meter run, breaking his own school record by 10 seconds with a 9:31.27 clocking.
April 28 Paw Paw 1/0 Vicksburg 11/9
Nearly nothing went well for Redskins baseball at Vicksburg. They only managed four hits in the double headers loss to the Bulldogs.
April 28 Paw Paw 2 Kalamazoo Hackett 2
Claudia Muesig and Karley Babcock scored goals as the Lady Reds and the Irish tied in girls soccer. Katrina Estes had eight saves in the net.
April 27 Redskins boys golf finished third at the Sturgis Invitational with Bennett Cooper recording an 82, good for second place overall. Matt Lehto came in 11th with a season best 88 showing.
April 27 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Christian 5
A five run first frame game the Comets a softball win Thursday. The Lady Reds had 10 hits, but only three runners reached home safely. Emma Johnson had a single and double plus two stolen bases. Brooke VanTilburg also had a one and a two bagger and took the pitching loss. Lydia Rogers contributed a pair of base hits to the cause.
April 26 Paw Paw 2 Kalamazoo Hackett 13
Highly rated Hackett took a mercy rule shortened win over the 'Skins. Kyle Downard had a double and triple, and Jimmy Wressel drove in both runs with a pair of sacrifice flies.
April 26 Paw Paw 14 Kalamazoo Hackett 0
Kiarra Herson tossed a complete game shutout allowing two hits and fanning 10 Irish batters. Emma Johnson had a single and home run and four RBI.
April 26 Paw Paw 3 Otsego 5
Redskins tennis dropped a tight match to the Bulldogs. Winner for the Reds were singles Katie Simon, Hope Klein, and Sierra Dooley
April 24 Paw Paw 8 Parchment 0
Redskins girls soccer exploded four eight goals to end their game with Parchment early due to the mercy rule. Claudia Meusig scored twice, with Megan Huggett, Hannah Warner, Liam Glomski, Karley Babcock, Emiiy Nelson and Brooken Deming each producing one goal. Assists were recorded for Nelson, Babcock, and Deming.
April 22 Paw Paw 7 Watervliet 3
Lady Redskins win in softball over Panthers. Sorry no more information available.
April 21 Paw Paw 50 Vicksburg 86 Paw Paw 57 Sturgis 80
9Paw Paw's boys track team fell in a triple dual meet. Lewis Tate won the 800 (2:07.18) and the 1600 (4:40.28). Wyatt Owsiany took first in the 3200 meter run (10:44.60), and Shane Howe captured the shot put (38'') plus the discus (126').
April 21 Paw Paw 36 Vicksburg 90 Paw Paw 59 Sturgis 76
The Lady Redskins lost twice , but Mackenzie Newell had a great day winning the 100 meter(13.77), 200 meter (28.32), shot put (34'7"), and the
discus (101'01.50". Mary Schincariol came in first in the high jump(4'10").
April 21 Paw Paw 5/4 Otsego 1/1
A pair of excellent pitching performances by Kyle Downard and Tyler Pursley gave Redskins baseball a sweep of Otsego. Downard picked up the first game win with over six innings allowing one run and striking out 12 batters. Pursley pitched a complete with just one unearned run while recording nine Ks.
April 19 Paw Paw 1 Otsego 5
The soccer girls suffered their first conference loss of the season to the Bulldogs. Karley Babcock accounted for the lone Redskins goal with a long distance penalty kick.
April 17 Paw Paw 8 Kalamazoo Loy Norris 11 (8 innings)
An error in the eight frame was costly as the Redskins fell to the Knights in non conference baseball. Jimmy Wressel had a pair of hits and two walks for the Redskins, and Tyler Foote chased four runs across the plate.
April 14 Paw Paw 0/2 Edwardsburg 9/9
Redskins bats were silent, only collecting four hits in the double header to lose their first league baseball games of the year to the Eddies.
April 14 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Central 1
Paw Paw's girls soccer team played a solid game to defeat the Maroon Giants. Kate Thompson, Brooklyn Deming and Claudia Muessig scored with assists from Karley Babcock and Hannah Warner.
April 12 Paw Paw 20 River Valley 4
Redskins bats broke out for four runs in the first frame, and continued until an11 run seventh put the baseball game out of reach. Jack Westerhoff picked up the win on the hill, and added two hits and two RBI. Tyler Pursley went three for five scoring three runs, Tyler Foot had a pair ofhits and two RBI, and Hunter Shreve, Zack Callahan, Kyle Downard, Taylor Vanderveen, and Jimmy Wressel each also picked up a hit.
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April 12 Paw Paw 2 Battle Creek Harper Creek 0
Claudia Mussing and Megan Huggett scored first half goals for the Lady Redskins soccer team, and the defense made them stand up for a shutout win over the Beavers, raising their season record to 1-1-1.
April 11 Paw Paw 11 Delton-Kellogg 1
Thanks in part to some generous Panthers hurlers who donated 13 base on balls, the Reds won in a walk over Delton. Jimmy Wressel had two hits including a double, three RBI, three runs scored, and four of his team's eight stolen bases. Kyle Downard and Zack Callahan each contributed a double. Hurlers Kyle Downard, Tyler Pursley, and Caleb Schmitt combined to allow just two hits while fanning eight Panthers batsmen. Downard picked up the pitching victory.
April11 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Christian 5
Paw Paw's first three singles players, Katie Simon, Hope Kline, and Erica Holter took wins over the Lady Comets. In the long tennis competition between the two schools, the Comets have won all 24 meetings. This year was notable as it was the closest the Lady Reds have come to a win since 1996 when they lost 4-3. In fact in nine of the previous 12 matches between the two schools, Kalamazoo Christian has won nine by 8-0 scores.
March 29 Paw Paw 1 Kalamazoo Christian 1
80 minutes of intense soccer left the two teams tied in a physical contest. Brooklyn Deming score the lone Lady Redskins goal in the second half to knot the score.
March 29 Paw Paw 226 Comstock 277
New boys golf coach Erik Nord saw his team open with a win over the Colts. Will Downard led the way with a round of 38, followed by Tommy Otten 44, and Matt Bauer and Matt Lehto 47 each.
March 25 Paw Paw's 2016-17 football team picked up an unexpected win
today when Vicksburg forfeited their win to the Redskins. Due to participation by an ineligible player, the Bulldogs were forced to forfeit eight wins. This brings the 'Skins season record to 5-4. Had this been caught much earlier, it probably would have put Paw Paw in the state playoffs.
March 23 Paw Paw 2 Lawton 4
A four run last inning rally led the Blue Devils to a baseball win over the Redskins in a game where the two teams could muster just two hits apiece. Will Downard, Kyle Downard, Caleb Schmitt and Tyler Pursley all pitched for the 'Skins, fanning eight Blue Devil batters between them. Zack Callahan had an RBI double for Paw Paw, and Corey Curtis had the other safety.
Congratulations to senior Trey Brennan and junior Luke Toliver for both making the AP All State Honorable Mention team. Brennan averaged over 17 points a game and led his team in assists, and second in steals. Toliver scored 21 a game, and also led in steals and rebounds.
March 22 Paw Paw 1 Marshall 2
Opening night for spring sports at PPHS saw the Marshall Red Hawks, formerly known as the Redskins take a win home with them. Kate Thompson scored the lone Redskins goal, and Rachel Babcock had six saves in goal for the 'Skins. It was also the debut of Coach Ernesto Diaz with the girls program. He has been the very successful boys coach at Paw Paw for several years.
Congratulations to senior Redskins football player Cameron Mc Loughlin who will be playing the sport for Grand Valley State next season.
Congratulations to Luke Toliver and Trey Brennan for being selected to the Wolverine All Conference 1st team, and Nathan Smetana and Todd MacDonald, member of the Honorable Mention team.
March 11 Paw Paw 63 Three Rivers 67
For the second year in a row, the Wildcats took the District Finals game from the Redskins. The Wildcats jumped out to a large early lead and hung on for the trophy. 6-5 240 Sophomore Karsen Barnhart had a coming out party for Paw Paw with 13 points, nine rebounds and five blocked shots. Luke Toliver topped the scoring with 23, Trey Brennan added 11, and Aidan Luma nine. Two Redskins starters were sorely missed, Jai' Johnson who missed the last three games of the season, and Todd MacDonald who was limited to very short playing time due to an injury the night before.
March 10 10 Paw Paw 76 Vicksburg 73
A second half comeback by the Reds placed them in the District Finals. A fourth period where Trey Brennan and Luke Toliver scored 23 points between them, including 14 for 14 in free throws made the difference.
March 6 Paw Paw 67 Dowagiac 62
It wasn't easy, but the 'Skins opened District Tournament play with a close win over the Chieftains. They had defeated them twice before this season, by 25 and by 11 with two Redskins starters out. Luke Toliver scored 27, Trey Brennab 20, Will Downard seven, Aidan Luma five, and Nathan Smetana four. They play next Wednesday at Vicksburg against the host Bulldogs at 7:39PM.,
March 2 Paw Paw 60 Sturgis 62
The Redskins boys saw their 11 game winning streak come to an end in the Wolverine cross over game on a last second rebound and basket off a missed Trojan free throw. Luke Toliver scored 19, Trey Brennan 18, and Jai' Johnson 11.
Feb. 27 Paw Paw 31 Three Rivers 50
District play at Edwardsburg lasted just one game for the Lady Reds as they fell behind early and could not rally. Madison produced eight points, and Mackenzie Newell seven.
Feb. 25 Lady Redskins Competitive Cheer Team finished second in the Regionals held at Rockford. This means they will be making their seventh consecutive trip to the State Finals next weekend.
Congratulations to Lady Redskins bowler Emily Vanderburg who will be competing in the Division III State Finals next weekend.
Feb.24 Paw Paw 51 Dowagiac 40
With starters Trey Brennan and Nathan Smetana out with illness, several players stepped up to take their place. Jai'Johnson 15 points, 10 rebounds,
2 steals, Luke Toliver 14 points, Will Downard six points, seven rebounds, Aidam Luma six points, four boards, three steals, Taylor Antles six points and four rebounds.
Feb. 23 Paw Paw 63 Sturgis 61 Two Overtimes
With the Lady Redskins trailing by seven with 1:01 left to play, Hannah Warner hit a pair of triples and Kerson converted a free throw to force over time. In the first extra segment Paw Paw had a two point lead but the Trojans tied it up with 0:05 left on the clock. In the second overtime four Brooklyn Walker free throws as the difference.
Feb.18 Paw Paw's Lady Redskins Competitive Cheer team captured their second consecutive District Tournament trophy with a score of 750.46. The now advance to Regional play hoping to reach the State Finals for the seventh year in a row.
Feb. 17 Paw Paw 60 Otsego 45
The Redskins boys broke up a close game with a 20-2 run in the second and third quarters. Luke Toliver scored 20, Trey Brennan 17 with 12 assists, and Nathan Smetana 12.
Feb 17 Paw Paw 33 Otsego 60
Emma Johnson was the lone double digit scorer for Paw Paw with 11 points.
Feb. 14 Paw Paw 85 Comstock 72
Trey Brennan took control of the game in the second half to push the Redskins to their ninth win in a row. Held to three first half points, he broke out for 24 after the break with help from Nathan Smetana (20 Points) and Luke Toliver (19). Smetana and Toliver each claimed 11 rebounds, and Brennan recorded a dozen assists.
Feb. 14 Paw Paw 34 Comstock 52
Hannah Warner was the lone Lady Redskin in double figures with a dozen points.
Congratulations to Paw Paw seniors Kartina Estes and Mackenzie Newell. Katrina will be playing golf next year for William Penn College in Iowa, and Mackenzie will be taking her track and field skills to Western Michigan University.
Feb. 11 The Lady Redskins claimed second place in the Southwestern Michigan Bowling Conference after defeating Mattawan and Portage Northern. Emily Vanderburg had team high game with 208, and Grace Sylvester added a 175. The girls are still competing in the Wolverine Conference and preparing for the state tournament also.
Feb. 10 Paw Paw 66 Allegan 41
Redskins boys raised their season record to 12-3. Luke Toliver had 19, Nathan Smetana 15, and Trey Brennan 13 points.
Paw Paw 40 Allegan 52
Emma Johnson scored 12 and Brooklyn Walker 10, but the Lady Tigers came away with the win.
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Feb. 7 Paw Paw 71 Three Rivers 49
Boys hoops defeated Wolverine South leader with Trey Brennan scoring 22 and Luke Toliver 16.
Feb. 7 Paw Paw 36 Three Rivers 46
Lady Redskins lost to the Lady Cats. Megan Huggett led her team with seven points.
Feb.4 Paw Paw 2.5 Portage Northern 27.5
Boys Redskins bowlers lost to Huskies. Jeff DuCharme led the Reds with 176/205 games.
Feb. 4 Paw Paw 12 Portage Northern 18
Sierra Dooley was the Lady Redskins leading bowler with 164/189 lines.
Feb.2 Paw Paw 23.5 Allegan 6.5
Lady Redskins defeated Tigers in bowling.
Feb. 2 Paw Paw 28 Allegan 2
Paw Paw's bowling team rolled over Allegan.
Feb. 4 Paw Paw 53 South Haven 48 boys basketball
Feb. 4 Paw Paw 77 South Haven girls basketball
Jan. 27 Paw Paw 64 Plainwell 35
After a 20-20 first quarter it was all Redskins as they avenged an earlier toss to The Trojans. Luke Toliver dropped in 23 points, Ryan Brennan 15, and Nathan Smetana and Aidan Luma 10 apiece.
Jan. 27 Paw Paw 38 Plainwell 44
Lady 'Skins fell to Plainwell again. Brooklyn Walker was the only one to reach double digits for Paw Paw.
Jan. 25 It was three for three for the Lady Reds Competitive Cheer team as they won the third and final league jamboree of the season. They finished with a score of 741.82 with Plainwell runner-up at 731.86.
Jan. 24 Paw Paw 81 Dowagiac 55
Luke Toliver had a hot hand with 28 points followed by Trey Brennan and Nathan Smetana with 17 each. Smetana pulled down 13 boards and Toliver 10, and Brennan contributed 12 assists.
Jan.24 Paw Paw 42 Dowagiac 33
The win at Dowagiac was the 22nd in the last 24 games with the Lady Chieftains.
Jan. 23 Paw Paw's boys bowling team claimed a victory over South Haven led by Gavin Engler's 198 game, and a 186 for Jeff Du Charme.
Jan. 20 Paw Paw 40 Otsego 57
Lady Redskins fell to the Bulldogs. Hannah Warner led with 14 points, Madison Ball 13, and six for McKenna Cox.
Jan. 20 Paw Paw 85 Otsego 69
Paw Paw's Redskins boys jumped out to an early lead and made it hold up all the way for a Wolverine Conference boys hoops win. Luke Toliver hit 26 points, Trey Brennan had a hand in nearly half the team's points total with 22 in the book, plus 10 assists. Jai' Johnson add 10 tallies.
Jan. 19 Paw Paw 17 Three Rivers 13
The Lady Redskins bowling team defeated the Lady 'Cats by a 17-13 final score.
Jan. 19 Paw Paw 6.5 Three Rivers 23.5
The Wildcats boys bowling team came up with a conference win over the Redskins at the Reds' home house at Rainbow Lanes.
Jan. 16 Paw Paw 29.5 Portage Central .5
Alejandro Boehm had the high game of 214 as the Redskins boys bowling team defeated the Mustangs. Shreve Hunter posted a 188 lone, and Jeff Du Charme had a 184 game.
Jan. 16 Paw Paw 4 Portage Central 26
The Lady Redskins bowlers had a rough day against the Lady Mustangs. Grace Sylvester had a best team game of 169 and Mara Anderson had a 162 game.
Jan. 13 Paw Paw 65 Allegan 22
Paw Paw's boys hoops team dominated the Tigers from the start. Allegan scored their third field goal of the game with five minutes left in the final quarter. Trey Brennan was the leading point producer with 15, Luke Toliver added a dozen, with Will Downard adding nine and Hayden Beck six. Karsen Barnhart topped his team in rebounds with seven, and Nathan Smetana added six.
Jan. 13 Paw Paw 39 Allegan 33
Hannah Warner led the Lady Redskins with 10 points with Brooklyn Walker adding nine, and Brooke VanTilburg eight.
Jan. 10 Paw Paw 52 Sturgis 41
Jan. 10 Paw Paw 61 Sturgis 50
The Lady Redskins raised their season record to 5-5 with their best offensive evening of the season. Hannah Warner was the leading scorer with 17 followed by
Brooklyn Walker and Brooke Van Tilburg with 15 each. Anna Vavra, Brooke Van Tilburg, and Mackenzie each came up with seven rebounds.
Paw Paw's boys hoops team got back on track with a win over previously undefeated Sturgis. They held a 27-10 lead at the half and theTrojans never cut the lead to single digits again. Despite not making a field goal in the final period, the 'Skins prevailed thanks to 13 of 16 free throw shooting down the stretch. Luke Toliver led the way with 18 points and Trey Brennan added 15. Nathan Smetana pulled down nine rebounds and Toliver seven, and Aidan Luma gave some strong defensive minutes off the bench. It was the 'Skins sixth win of the season with half of them coming against Class A schools.
Congratulations to Redskins wrestler Dominic Reo who will be continuing his wrestling career at the University of Chicago next year.
Jan.7 Redskins wrestlers took seventh place out of 15 teams in the Bangor Invitational. Tristan Kendall finished sixth, Kennen Loehrs 3rd, and Cameron Mc Loughlin 2nd. Anthony Reo and Dominick Reo both brought home first place honors.
Jan.6 Paw Paw 55 South Haven 34
The Lady Redskins recorded their 27th consecutive win over the Lady Rams. South Haven last win over Paw Paw came in 1980.
Jan. 6 Paw Paw 53 South Haven 59
A second straight bad fourth quarter cost the Redskins again. Trey Brennan scored 19 and Luke Toliver added 14.
Jan. 5 Paw Paw's boys and girls bowling teams both defeated Plainwell. For the ladies, Grace Sylvester led the way with a 229 line. Mara Anderson contributed games of 200 and 193, Emily Vanderburg 182, and Hannah Macon 176.
Dec. 30 Paw Paw 45 Muskegon 60
One bad quarter was the difference in the game against the Big Reds. a 24-13 second quarter. The rest of the night the Lady Redskins played Muskegon nearly even. Brooke VanTilburg led the scoring with 10 with Brooklyn Walker adding nine. Emily scored four in her first varsity game, and freshman Anna Vavra had a promising game leading in rebounds with 10 while scoring three and taking a charge on defense.
Dec. 28 Paw Paw 57 Benton Harbor 83
Paw Paw's boys basketball played the Tigers nearly even for three quarters, trailing by eight going into the final period. The speed of the Tigers finally came into play as they outscored the 'Skins 29-11 over that last time frame. Jai' Johnson had a career high 16 points, Trey Brennan added 15, Luke Tolier 11, and Nathan Smetana eight. The 'Skins now stand at 5-2 on the season.
Dec. 27 Paw Paw 73 Coloma 59
Once again the Redkins boys jumped out to a large lead, this time 18-3 and held the lead, holding a 24 point margin at the break. Luke Toliver posted 24 points and Trey Brennan was right behind him with 20.
Dec. 22 Paw Paw 29 Port. Central 43
Hannah Warner scored the first 11 points of the game for the Lady Redskins, but foul trouble kept her to two points the rest of the way. The rest of the team only scored 16 for the game.
Dec. 22 Paw Paw 47 Port.Central 43
Reskins boys jumped out to an early 17-2 lead, exactlty the same as two games ago against Edwardsburg. Also after that point P Central went on a 15-2 run as Edwardsburg did at that time 14-0 to make it a game the rest of the way. Luke Toliver led with 16, Trey Brennan 11, Nathan Smetana 10, and Jai' Johnson eight.
Dec. 17 Paw Paw 38 Plainwell 40
The Lady Redskins led by seven at the break, but a third quarter let down gave the 'Skins their third loss of the young season. Mackenzie Newell led the scoring with nine, with Madison Ball and Brooke VanTilburg each adding eight, and Hannah Warner seven.
Dec. 17 Paw Paw 58 Plainwell 60
A late banked field goal at the end of overtime handed the 'Skins their first loss of the season. A pair of questionable managements of the game clock made the outcome possibly controversial. Luke Toliver scored 24 and Trey Brennan added 17.
Dec.13 Paw Paw 38 Edwardsburg 55
The Lady Eddies claimed their first victory ever over the Paw Paw girls in 12 meetings. Paw Paw was cold from the floor. On a night when the outside temperature was just 10 above zero, they shot 10 for 51 for a percentage of 19 above zero. Madison Ball led in scoring with 11 followed by Mackenzie Newell with eight, all free throws. Newell also led in rebounds again with 11.
Dec. 13 Paw Paw 65 Edwardsburg 53
Luke Toliver scored 26 with six treys, Trey Brennan added 16, and Jai' Johnson had a great complete game with seven points, five boards, three blocked shots, and two charges fouls taken in the third consecutive win for the Redskins.
Dec. 9 Paw Paw 37 Vicksburg 35
In a tight defensive battle, the Lady 'Skins came up with their third win in a row with Hannah Warner hitting a running one hander late for the win. Warner led the scoring column with 16, Brooklyn Walker added 12, and Brooke VanTilburg seven. Walker also led in assists with four, and tied VanTilburg for the most steals with four also.
Dec.7 Paw Paw 23 Vicksburg 7 (girls)
Paw Paw 24 Vicksburg 6 (boys)
Both Redskins bowling teams rolled to easy wins at Continental Lanes.
Dec. 7 Paw Paw's Lady Redskins competitive cheer team squad began their quest for a third straight league title with a first place finish in the league meet held at Plainwell. Right behind them were Plainwell and Otsego, the other two schools that normally compete for the top spot. The Lady 'Skins scored 708.62, Plainwell 706.72, and Otsego 656.32.
Dec. 6 Paw Paw 65 Mattawan 49
Trey Brennan had a hot hand with 31 points including four treys as the Reds pulled away for the win in the second half. Luke Toliver added 13 points, and Jai'Johnson and Nathan Smetana provided rebounds and interior defensive against the Wildcats 6-9 center. Todd MacDonald led the defensive effort.
Dec. 6 Paw Paw 42 Mattawan 39
Junior Brooklyn Walker led the way with 15 points, aided by Hannah Warner with 11 and Brooke VanTilburg with seven plus five boards in her first appearance on the floor this season. Mackenzie Newell claimed eight rebound and three steals, and the team cut their turnover total by 50% from the first two games.
Dec.2 Paw Paw 36 Dowagiac 30
Despite struggling with turnovers and poor shooting much of the night, the Lady Redskins woke up just in time to defeat the Chieftains in a tribal war Friday. Trailing much of the game, Brooklyn Walker, Mackenzie Newell, Madison Ball and Hannah Warner all hit clutch shots, and the 'Skins played keep away for the last four minutes with no effort by the Chiefains to foul to regain posession. Warner led the scoring with 12 points and Newell played her usual excellent all around game.
Nov. 29 PP 40 Lakeshore 53
Opening night of girls hoops at Paw Paw was not a success. Exhibiting some first game jitters, the Lady 'Skins fell behind 17-2 after one period, and 33-10 at the half to basically end the game early. With both teams subbing freely after the break, Paw Paw won the second half 31-20. The only offensive spark of the night for the home team was provided by Hannah Warner who entered the game mid way through the third quarter. She quickly hit three straight three point goals, and ended with 15 points in about 11 minute of court time. Madison Ball was the only other double point scorer for the Reds with a total of 10 points in the book. Mackenzie Newell as usual hustled all over the gym, pulling down eight boards and picking up four steals. Freshman Anna Vavra also played well in her initial game of high school hoops, showing she can play with the big girls.
A total of seven Redskins football players are members of the Wolverine all conference team. 1st team: Trey Brennan and Anthony Reo, 2nd team Karson Barnhart, Chase Bilton, Jacob Frey, and Cameron Mc Loughlin. Honorable mention picks included: Shane Howe, Dominick Reo, and Nick Schley.
Four Redskins boys soccer players are part of the Division III all state teams. Ricardo Vasquez 1st team, Aidan Miller 2nd team, and Josh Crump and Todd MacDonald honorable mention.
Nov. 3 Four Lady Redskins volleyball players have been honored by the Wolverine Conference. Grace Sylvester is a 2nd team member, with Tiffany Huffman, Averee Davis, and Maggie Petersen all members of the Honorable Mention squad.
Oct. 27 Paw Paw 2 Grand Rapids Catholic Central 3 overtime
A penalty kick in overtime knocked the 'Skins out of the tourney. Aidan Miller scored twice with Jacob Broadwater and Sean Mc Laughlin getting the assists. Josh Crump had nine saves in the net for the 'Skins.
Oct. 25 Paw 19 Otsego 25
Paw Paw 19 Otsego 25
Paw Paw 19 Otsego 25
Unusual score for the three set volleyball sweep for the Lady Bulldogs.
Oct. 25 Paw Paw 5 Muskegon Orchard View 2
On to the Regionals final for the Redskins.
Oct. 22 Paw Paw 4 South Haven 0
Redskins soccer claimed their third consecutive district title over the Rams. Ricky Vasquez scored three times and Aidan Miller once.
Oct. 21 Paw Paw 7 Dowagiac 22
Football season ended with a loss to the Chieftains. Once again the Redskins offense failed to produce much with the lone score a 45 yard pass from Jimmy Wressel to Chase Parker. Somewhat amazingly, the Reds in their four wins averaged nearly 29 points a game, with a scant 4.6 average during losses. It was the fourth 4-5 season, but otherwise the 'Skins have posted 11 winning years in the last 15.
Oct. 19 Paw Paw 3 Hopkins 0
The Redskins soccer team moved into the district tourney finals in a contest that was actually decided five seconds into the game. Redskins senior Ricky Vasquez took the opening kick of the night and sent it some 60 yards into the Vikings net. Vasquez added a second goal later, and Aidan Miller also scored with Josh Crump getting a shutout in goal for the 'Skins.
The Lady Redskins cross country team finished 8th at the conference meet held at Paw Paw. Molly Thompson earned all league 1st team honors with an eighth place finish at 19:55. The boys took seventh place with Lewis Tate finishing second in 16:19. Michael Mc Cauley took 11th place clocking in at 17:38. Both Tate and Mc Cauley also were all conference 1st team members.
Oct. 17 Paw Paw 3 Dowagiac
Paw Paw's boys soccer team cleared the first round of district tourney play at the home of the Chieftains. Ricky Vasquez, Lucas Atkinson, and Todd MacDonald provided the goals with Sean Mc Laughlin and Jacob Broadwater picking up assists.
Lady Redskins golfer Katrina Estes became the first Paw Paw girls golfer to compete at the Division III State Finals. Playing at Bedford Valley Golf Course in Battle Creek, Estes shot a nice 193 for 36 holes during the two day event.
Oct. 15 Paw Paw 37 Allegan 0
Redskins football found their long lost offense in an easy win over the Tigers.
Hayden Beck, Chase Parker, Jacob Frey, Cameron Mc Laughlin and Tyler Pursley each scored a touchdown, and Frey added a 22 yard field goal. Quarterback Jimmy Wressel completed four of eight passes for 102 yards and two TDs, with Frey leading the rushing with 69 yards and Nick Schley adding 61. Cameron Mc Laughlin lead a strong team defensive effort with 11 tackles and three assists.
Oct. 12 Paw Paw 6 Dowagiac 3
The Redskins soccer team captured the conference title with the win over the Chieftains. Plainwell and Paw Paw tied for first in the standings, but the Redskins' win over the Trojans gave them lone possession of the title.
Michael Mc Cauley was first of his team over the finish line at the Tiger Shark Cross Country Invitational in Allegan, with a 17:27 reading, good for 12th place. Molly Thompson again led the girls with an 8th place finish at 20:19.
Oct. 6 Paw Paw VS Vicksburg 23-25, 16-25, 14-25. After losing a hotly contested first set, Lady Redskins volleyball saw the Bulldogs pull away to sweep the match.
Oct.7 Paw Paw 7 Vicksburg 28
The Redskins saw their football record fall to 3-4 with a loss to the Bulldogs on homecoming night. A 59 yard TD toss from Jimmy Wressel to Chase Parker created the lone score by the 'Skins. Ty Bremmer led the rushing column with 33 yards, Parker caught four tosses for 78 yards, and Wressel was eight for 16 throwing the ball for a total of 106 yards. Hayden Beck, Chase Bilton, Cameron Mc Laughlin, Jai' Johnson, and Trey Brennan led defensive effort of the black clad Redskins.
Oct. 5 Paw Paw 8 Vicksburg 0
It took just one half for Redskins soccer to dispatch Vicksburg by the eight goal mercy rule. Aidan Miller produced three goals and Ricky Vasquez two, with Michael Heistand, Miguel Diaz, and Noah Gledhill all finding the net also. Miller & Jacob Broadwater each had a pair of assists. with Vasquez and Eid Ibdah each adding one.
Oct. 4 Redskins boys 32- Allegan 25
Lady Redskins 40- Allegan 20
Lewis Tate took first in the boys cross country run with 17:31, and Molly Thompson was also first over the line for the girls, clocking in at 20:01. The Tigers still managed to win both runs.
Oct. 3 Playing in the Wolverine girls golf meet at Hawkshead Golf Course n South Haven, Lady Redskins Katrina Estes shot an 18 hole total of 96, good for sixth place in the meet, and also placing her one the all conference 1st team.
Oct 3. Paw Paw-St.Joseph volleyball:
17-25, 14-25, 25-20, 25-19 15-11
The Lady Reds lost the first two sets but came charging back to take three straight for the win at the lake side.
Oct. 3 Paw Paw 8 Three Rivers 0
Win number 10 for Redskins soccer came easily, with Aidan Miller setting a new school record with six goals. The previous record of five had been shared by Weston Selent, Dave Holzworth (twice), and Tyler Johnson. Sean Mc Laughlin, Jacob Broadwater, Ricky Vasquez, Noah Gledhill, and Miller each had one save, with Mc Laughlin and Broadwater both also connecting for a goal. Josh Crump picked up the shutout in the goal.
Oct. 1 Paw Paw 4 Kal. Hackett 3
Sophomore Jacob Broadwater came up big for the Redskins soccer team at Hackett with three goals. Sean Mc Laughlin added one score with Ricky Vasquez and Todd Mac Donald contributing assists. Jacob Crump was credited with 11 saves in the net for the 'Skins.
Sept. 30 Paw Paw 0 Three Rivers 14
On a night with very little offense shown by either team, 51 and 66 yard rumble recovery returns for TDs were the difference in a contest where Paw Paw's defense again stood out, not allowing a point.
Sept 29 Paw Paw VS
Three Rivers volleyball:
Lady Redskins dropped first set 20-25, then swept three straight 27-25, 25-16, 25-23. Redskins Standouts included: Averee Davis, Maggie Petersen, Tiffany Huffman, Jacy Dietchie, and Grace Sylvester.
Sept. 28 Paw Paw 6 South Haven 1
After losing three of four games against strong competition, the Redskins soccer team appeared to right the ship with a dominating performance against the Rams. Aiden Miller scored four times with Ricky Vasquez and Preston Alger also finding the back of the net. Jacob Broadwater and Vasquez each recorded two assists with one each for Miller and Lucas Atkinson. Josh Crump came up with eight saves in goal for the 'Skins.
Sept. 28 Paw Paw 6 Edwardsburg 3
Redskins tennis downed the Eddies with winning performances from the following: Lucas Schupbach, CAm Walker, and Charie Tapper in singles play, plus doubles tandems of Cameron Brown/Connor Welling, and Jonah Matthews/Ben Hulst.
Lady Redskins volleyball earned a runner up spot at the Bridgman Invite Monday. They defeated Niles Brandywine, River Valley, and Bridgman, falling in the finals to Niles High School 18-25 and 15-25.
Sept. 24 Paw Paw 1 Lakeshore 2
Aiden Miller was able to muster the lone Redskins goal in a tough loss to the Lancers. Josh Crump had a busy night in goal with 12 saves, and Lakeshore outshot the 'Skins 14 to 7.
Sept.23 Paw Paw 33 South Haven 6
With second string quarterback Jimmy Wressel taking over the signal calling due as what has become almost an annual event of injury to the first signal caller, the 'Skins played their best game of the year defeating the Rams for the seventh consecutive time. Chase Parker scored three times, with Jacob Frey and Wressel each also finding the end zone. Mackenzie Newell again made a statement about girls playing high school football with two quarterback sacks.
Sept. 22 Paw Paw-South Haven Volleyball: 19-25, 26-24, 25-13, 20-25, 8-15.
Lady Redskins dropped a tight five set match to the Lady Rams.
Sept. 20 Paw Paw 36 Otsego 20
Redskns cross country fell despite a nice run by Lewis Tate who finished at 16:14.
Sept 20 Paw Paw 45 Otsego 18
Lady Reds lost their cross country encounter with Otsego despite a nice race by Molly Thompson (20:30.
Sept 19 Paw Paw 6 Otsego 2
Paw Paw 8 South Haven 0
Redskins boys tennis had few problems defeating a pair of Wolverine Conference rivals Monday.
Sept 16 Paw Paw 3 Edwardsburg 30
Paw Paw's wing t running game was totally stopped by the Eddies defense, and their offense rushed for 342 yards compared to 90 for the 'Skins in 39 attempts. Jacob Frey's 32 yard field goal was the lone Reds tally. Dominick Reo led the defense with eight tackles, and Mackenzie made a strong statement about girls on the gridiron with an outstanding game at defensive end, exhibiting her speed and quickness.
Sept 15 Paw Paw 5 K. Christian 4
Redskins soccer downed Kalamazoo Christian thanks to four goals by Aiden Miller and one for Sam Wood. Ricky Vasquez contributed a pair of assists.
Sept 14 Paw Paw 2 Plainwell 1
Paw Paw boys soccer came up with a big win over conference defending champion Plainwell. Todd MacDonald and Ricky Vasquez each placed the ball in the Trojan goal, with Aiden Miller assisting on both.
Sept 14 Paw Paw 7 Plainwell 1
Reskins boys tennis won easily over the Trojans to put their season at 3-3. Singles winners included: Lucas Schupbach, Major Stevens, and Charlie Tapper. Doubles winners were: Cameron Brown/Connor Welling, David Heidema/Drew Miller, Justin Bunn/Ben Van Roekel, and Ben Hulst/Jonah Matthews.
Sept 9 Paw Paw 6 Sturgis 14
On a rainy evening, the Redskins offense struggled all night, only scoring after a mishandled punt by the Trojans gave them the ball on the Sturgis 10 yard line.
Sept 8 Paw Paw 8 BC Harper Creek 0
Aiden Miller scored three goals, Ricky Vasquez two, and Sean McLaughlin, Nathan Smetana, and Lucas Atkinson one apiece. Assists were credited to: Vasquez three, Miller two, and one each for Noah Gledhill, Justin Boven, and Jacob Broadwater.
In the first league volleyball matches of the season, the Lady 'Skins lost to Plainwell 25-20, 25-20, 14-25, kk23-25, and 12-15. Against Sturgis they won 25-15, 20-25, 25-18, and 25-15.
Sept, 7 Paw Paw 7 Otego 1
Redskins boys soccer raised their record to 3-0-1 at Otsego. Scoring for the 'Skins were: Ricky Vaquez 3 goals, Aiden Miller 2, and 1 each for Sean Mc Laughlin, and Lucas Atkinson.
September 1 Paw Paw 7 Berrien Springs 1, Paw Paw 8 Buchanan 0 in a a non league tune up in boys tennis for the Wolverine Conference season.
Sept.1 Paw Paw 22 Plainwell 9
Redskins TDs were scored by Jacob Frey 3 yard run, Chase Parker 46 yard pass from Trey Brennan, and Nick Schley 17 yard pass from Brennan. Schey rushed for 94 yards, Frey 73, Parker 44, and Brennan 36 Brennan completed 8 of 12 passes for 149 yards.
August 29 Paw Paw 0 Allegan 8, Paw Paw 1 Sturgis 7, Paw Paw 2 Hamilton 6 in pre conference boys tennis play.
August 25 Paw Paw 23 Otego 10
Redskins football opened their season with a win over the 'Dogs.
Congratulations to 2015 PP grad Tanner Eubank who will be playing basketball for KVCC this coming season. Jacob Frey kicked a field goal and two extra points. TD were scored by Nick Schley (44 yard run), Trey Brennan 1 yard run, and Ty Bremmer 4 yard run. Schley rushed for 109 yards, Brennan 67, and Chase Parker 37.
August 19-Paw Paw's boys tennis team took their annual trek to the Portland Invitational to once again take on some of the top teams in the state. Perennial power University Liggett took the top spot with the 'Skins finishing second. Portland and North Muskegon tied for third place. The doubles teams of Cameron Brown/Connor Welling, David Heidema/Drew Miller, and Justin Brown/Ben Van Ronkel all earned runner up spots after tight losses to the Liggett team.
Congratulations to 2016 PPHS grad Erika De Pierre who will be taking her track and field talents to Western Michigan University next year.
Congratulations to three Redskins baseball players who were named to Wolverine Conference honors teams recently. Jeffery Burch was a first team member for the third year in a row, Austin Callahan made the second team, and Jimmy Wressel was selected as a honorable mention team member.
June 21 An amazing eight Lady Redskins soccer players were chosen for the Division III all state soccer team in recognition of their stellar season. Kaley Buck was a first team selection for the third time in a row, Cassidy Conner and Hailey Neudeck were second team members, Alexia Case was chosen for the third team, with Karley Babcock, Brooklyn Deming, Cassie Small, and Grace Richmond all on the honorable mention list.
June 10 Paw Paw 0 Hudsonville Unity Christian 2
Playing the Regional Finals in extreme heat and humidity, the Lady Reds played well against the Crusaders, winner of nine of the past 11 Division III state titles, who had eliminated the Lady Reds six times in the past 10 years in either the Regional or semi-finals round of tournament play. A very costly red card decision less than 10 minutes into the game was a deciding factor as Paw Paw was forced to play a girl short for 70 minutes.
June 7 Paw Paw 8 Muskegon Oakridge 0
Paw Paw's soccer girls reached the state semi final round with a mercy rule shutout of the Eagles. Alexia Case had a big game with three goals plus an assist. Kate Thompson, Karley Babcock Lorena Dian, Lian Glomski, and Grace Richmond also scored with Richmond (2), Cassidy Conner (2) and Kaley Buck (1) assisting.
June 3 Paw Paw 1 Niles 2
Softball fell in their first tournament game to end the season.
June 3 Paw Paw 0 Niles 7
Redskins baseball saw their season end in tournament play at Dowagiac.
June 3 Paw Paw 8 Fennville 0
Lady Redskins soccer won their 8th straight District Tournament trophy and their 10th in 11 years. Kaley Buck found the net for three goals, Brooklyn Deming and Alexia Case added two each, and Kate Thompson scored once. Case had two assists with Lian Glomski and Buck each adding one.
June 3 Two Paw Paw athletes claimed spots on the all state track and field team. Erika De Pierre took third in the long jump (17'4.75") and sixth in the high jump (5'3"). Lewis Tate claimed an eighth place finish in the 1600 meter run, breaking his own school record with a clocking of 4:23.37.
Nick Brausch shot a round of 76 in regional golf play to move on to the state finals. He was the third place medalist at Coldwater Golf Course.
June 2 Paw Paw 8 Coloma 0
Another mercy rule win for the Paw Paw soccer ladies puts them in positon to go for an eighth straight District Tournament win and 10 of 11. Scoring for the 'Skins: Megan Huggett and Brooklyn Deming two goals apiece, and one each for Kate Thompson, Alexia Case, Kaley Buck, and Lian Glomski. Assists were credited to Cassidy Conner (3), Alexia Case (2), and Grace Richmond (1).
The 2015-16 female and male senior athletes of the year awards go to Erika De Pierre and Mike Van Hoeven.
All Wolverine girls soccer player awards were give to Karley Babcock, Cassidy Conner, Kaley Buck, and Brooklyn Deming (1st team), Grace Richmond, Alexia Case, and Cassie Small (2nd team), and Hannah Warner and Megan Huggett (honorable mention list).
May 28 Paw Paw 8 Edwardsburg 0
The Lady 'Skins captured their third consecutive Wolverine Conference title and remained unbeaten at 17-0-1. Scoring for the ladies were: Kaley Buck 2, Alexia Case 2, Cassie Small 2, Karley Babcock 1, and Cassidy Conner 1.
May 26 Paw 1/1 St. Joseph 4/16
The visiting Bears scored early in both games, and often in the second to leave with a double header sweep of the Redskins.
May 25 Paw Paw 2 Mattawan 1
A matchup of two state ranked girls soccer teams, Mattawan in Division II and Paw Paw Division III, ended with a Lady Redskins victory that raised their season record to 16-0-1. Alexia Case scored with an assist from Kaley Buck, and Buck also reached the goal with Grace Richmond providing the assist.
May 23 Kalamazoo Central used a six run second frame to defeat the Reds in baseball. Corey Curtis and Zack Callahan had Redskins RBI singles, and Tyler Pursley drove in two run with a two bagger.
May 23 Paw Paw 8 Dowagiac 0
Lady Redskins soccer moved their season record to 15-0-1 with a mercy rule win over the Chieftains. Scoring for the 'Skins were: Kate Thompson 2, Brooklyn Deming 2, Lian Glomski 2, Kaley Buck 1, and Grace Richmond. Assists were credited to: Deming, Alexia Case, Lizzy Congdon, Richmond, Cassidy Conner, and Buck.
May 20 Paw Paw 3 St. Joseph 1
Kaley Buck's pair of goals made her the Paw Paw all time season top goal scorer, adding this to the career record she had set last week. Alexia Case also found the net and Hailey Neudeck had a great night in goal with eight saves.
Paw Paw 1/1 Dowagic 3/5
A rash of fielding mistakes led to a double header sweep by the Chieftains. Austin Callahan and Tyler Pursley each pitched well, but were saddled with tough losses.
May 18 Paw Paw 7 Allegan 1
In a bitter soccer match, the 13-0-1 Lady Reds defeated Allegan in a much easier game than expected. They launched 41 shots at the Lady Tigers keeper, and she converted an amazing 23 saves, but the Reds prevailed. Kaley Buck scored three times, with Lian Glomski, Alexia Case, Emily Nelson, and Grace Richmond each reaching the net once. Case had three assists, with Cassidy Conner, Brooklyn Deming, and Richmond each adding one. Hailey Neudeck picked up another win in goal with four saves.
May 17 Paw Paw 5/5 Plainwell 12/6
The Redskins baseball team held a lead in each game at Plainwell, but late rallies by the Trojans handed them the wins. A long home run by Ben Flick helped his team to a 4-0 lead in the opener, but a 10 run sixth frame settled the issue for the home team. Zack Callahan and Jimmy Wressel each had three hits in a losing cause. Game two saw the Redskins clinging to a one run lead until Plainwell's last at bat when they claimed the victory. Kyle Downard had a single good for two RBI, and Flick, Zack Callahan, Will Downard, Jeffrey Burch, land Tyler Pursley also hit safely.
May 16 Paw Paw 4 Vicksburg 0
Paw Paw's soccer girls continued on their unbeaten path at Vicksburg thanks in large part to 10 saves in the goal for Hailey Neudeck. Brooklyn Deming and Alexia Case each scored a goal, and Kaley Buck added two. Deming, Case, Buck, and Emily Nelson each had one assist.
May 16 Paw 2-3 Gull Lake 5-5
The Blue Devils took a non conference twin bill from the 'Skins in a pair of tight games. In the opener Tyler Foote went 2-3 with an RBI, and Justin Middlebrooks and Jeffrey Burch each contributed a double. In game two, Ben Flick and Will Downard each had an RBI, and Corey Curtis had a pair of hits.
May 14 Paw Paw's golf team shot their best team score of the winter, (which much of the spring sports schedule has been so far), with a 351 to finish second in the Lawton Invitational held at Lake Cora Hills. Bennett Cooper also had a nice day as his 87 was eighth best of 48 golfers competing.
May 13 Paw Paw 8 Lakeshore 0
The always strong Lady Redskins soccer defense paved the way to an easy win over the Lancers. Kaley Buck scored three time, Grace Richmond twice with single goals for Brooklyn Deming, Megan Huggett, and Alexia Case. Demming, Buck, and Richmond each assisted on two goals, and Lian Glomski one.
May 13 Paw Paw 2 Three Rivers 3
Despite a very strong pitching performance by Jeffrey Burch, the Redskins fell in nine innings by a single run. The second game was postponed with a tie score due to darkness.
May 12 Paw Paw 9 Three Rivers 1
Kaley Buck and Grace Richmond each scored four times for the #5 state rated Lady Reds soccer team, with Alexia Case adding one goal. Brooklyn Deming had three assists,and Case, Cassidy Conner, Megan Huggett, and Karley Babcock each having one.
May 12 Paw 2-7 Allegan 0-6
Redskins baseball took a pair of game from the Tigers, with Ben Flick throwing a masterpiece in the opener, a 13 strikeout complete game shutout. In game two the 'Skins rallied after falling behind 6-1 to win in a walkoff. Corey Curtis and Will Downard led the hitting with Downard claiming the win in relief.
May 9 Paw Paw's boys golf team finished 13th in a very strong Kalamazoo Hackett Invitational led by Nick Brausch with a 78 total for 18.
May 9 Paw Paw 8 South Haven 0
A combination of a strong offense and stifling defense keep the Lady 'Skins soccer team undefeated. Brooklyn Deming had a big game with a pair of goals and two assists too. Kaley Buck's pair of goals moved her into first place all time in career goals with 76. The previous standard of 75 was achieved by Caroline Rice in the 2008-09 season. Emily Nelson, Grace Richmond, Cassidy Conner and Rachael Cook each also put a shot in goal, with Kate Thompson, Conner, Buck, and Richmond each getting an assist also. Hailey Neudeck recorded another shut out in the net with three saves.
May 7 Paw Paw 8 Union City 2 Paw Paw 9 Saugatuck 1
The Reds won the Eye of the Tiger tourney in Gobles with Will Downard and Ben Flick picking up the pitching victories. Jeffrey Burch had a big day going six for six with five RBI. Zack Callahan added four hits and Downard a pair.
May 6 Paw Paw 1 Sturgis 0
Redskins hurlers Jeffrey Burch and Austin Callahan combined for a school record 15 innings of shutout baseball and Tyler Nette finally drove in the lone run of the day in the top of the 15th to finally claim a victory. The extended scoreless streak is a best ever in a sport that began in Paw Paw in 1895.
May 5 Redskins golfer Bennett Cooper shot a season best round of 43 leading his team to a fifth place finish at the Wolverine Jamboree held at Sauganash Golf Club in Three Rivers. The team also posted their best score of the year with a 177.
May 3 Paw Paw 5 Kal. Christian 8
A 5-0 lead dissolved for the Redskins when some misplays in the field, a too common happening this season gave the Comets a lead they did not relinquish. Jeffrey Burch and Will Downard both pitched well, but to no avail at the end. Jimmy Wressel, Corey Curts, Ben Flick and Kurtis Carr led the offense for the 'Skins.
May 2 Paw Paw 1 Allegan 7
Despite playing well, the Lady Reds took their first defeat of the season against the perennial tennis power Lady Tigers, Kendall Welling was the lone Redskins winner at #1 singles, taking her flight 6-1, 6-0.
May 2 Paw Paw 5 Sturgis 1
The Lady Redskins soccer team's undefeated season is still intact after a 5-1 win at the field of the Trojans. Alexia Case, Kate Thompson, Lian Glomski, Lorena Diaz and Emily Nelson all scored for the Red and White. Kaley Buck assisted on three goals, and Lain Glomski and Sammy Wanders each added one assist. Hailey Neudeck stopped three shots on goals from her net minder's position.
May 2 Paw Paw's young golf team had a great day at the South Haven Invitational finishing sixth out of 19 teams competing. Nick Brausch led the way as usual with an 18 hole total of 90. Drew Miller and Tom Otten each had their season best scores. Miller 85 and Otten 95. An outstanding day for a team that starts four sophomores.
April 28 Paw Paw 8 K. Hackett 0
Seven girls scored in the Lady Redskins soccer in a mercy rule shortened soccer game. Hailey Neudeck had the shutout as net minder.
April 28 Paw Paw 1 Vicksburg 0 Paw Paw 2 Vicksburg 1
A pair of brilliant pitching performances by the Redskins created a double header sweep over the Bulldogs. Jeffrey Burch and Austin Callahan each threw complete games with Burch fanning 13 and allowing no runs. Callahan gave up four hits and one unearned run. Jimmy Wressel and Corey Curtis drove in the winning runs.
April 28 Paw Paw 4 Vicksburg 6 Paw Paw 0 Vicksburg 10
Vicksburg swept a softball double header from the Lady Reds.
April 27 Paw Paw 8 South Haven 0
Lady Redskins tennis moved their conference record to 4-0 with a sweep of the Lady Rams.
April 27 Paw Paw 1 Plainwell 0
In a crucial Wolverine North divisional game, the Reds scored the lone goal of the game with 50 seconds left of the game clock. Cassidy Conner barely missed on a penalty kick, but Kaley Buck was right there to put the ball in the net.
April 27 Paw Paw 0 K. Hackett 2
Despite a very strong outing by Ben Flick, the Reds dropped a non-conference baseball game at Hackett. Flick threw a complete game allowing just one earned run, but the 'Skins bats were silent. Flick and Zack Callahan collected the only two Redskins hits.
April 27 Paw Paw's boys golf team posted their best finish of the year at the Hawks Head Golf Course in South Haven. They finished in a tie for fourth place. Nick Brausch led the way with a 42, Thomas Otten and Drew Miller each finished with season bests at 45 and 46, and Bennett Cooper also came in at 46.
April 26 Paw Paw 2 South Haven 3
Paw Paw 3 South Haven 11
Despite quality pitching by Will Downard, Austin Callahan and Jeffrey Burch, the Red and White lost a doube header at the lakeside. Jimmy Wressel's RBI single in the bottom of the seventh made the first game close, but the Rams prevailed. In game two Paw Paw could only muster three runs on eight hits, and a tight game at 4-3 exploded when the Rams scored seven in the sixth frame.
April 25 Paw Paw 7 Plainwell 1
The girls tennis team upped their record to 3-0 win an easy win over the Lady Trojans. Singles winners included Kendall Welling, Katie Simon, Shelby Engle and Megan Mc Caw. Doubles team winners included: Erica Holter/Jade Balkema, Karina Pantoja/Hope Kline, and Kelsie Imus/Rebecca Lamahieu.
April 25 Paw Paw 8 Parchment 1
Senior Kaley Buck had a big night in the soccer match up with the Lady Panthers, scoring four times. Karley Babcock, Cassidy Conner, Lorena Diaz and Alexis Case also found the net with with Conner adding two assists, and Grace Richmond, Hananah Warner and Lorena Diaz each adding on helping hand.
April 25 Paw Paw's boys golf team finished in a tie for sixth in the Wolverine Jamboree held at Allegan. Nick Brausch, Bennett Cooper, Tom Otten and Matt Lehto scored for the 'Skins.
April 22 Paw Paw 11 Otsego 0, Paw Paw 1 Otsego 1
In two sharply contrasting baseball games, the Redskins easily won the opener scoring 11 times in the first three frames. Austin Callahan picked up the win with five shutout frames allowing five hits. Will Downard and Justin Middlebrooks each had a pair of hits with Downard scoring twice, and Middlebrooks with a pair of RBI. In the nightcap neither team scored until the 11th inning, and then both scored once before darkness ended the contest. Jeffrey Burch had six shutout innings with just two hits while fanning a dozen Bulldog batters. Jimmy Wressel and Burch hit safely twice, with Tyler Pursley, Ben Flick, Corey Curtis, and Downard each also adding one base hit.
April 20 Paw Paw 2 Otsego 0
Lady Redskins soccer opened the conference season with a tie with the Lady Bulldogs. Kaley Buck scored both goals with Brooklyn Deming and Cassidy Conner assisting. Hailey Neudeck had four saves in the net for the Red and White.
April 19 Paw Paw 4 Schoolcraft 11
The 'Skins jumped out to a 3-0 in baseball action against the Eagles, with Zack Callahan, Will Downard, and Tyler Pursley driving in runs. After that however the Redskins defense and relief pitching faltered, and the Eagles cruised to the victory.
April 15 Paw Paw 7 Kalamazoo Central 2
Paw Paw's ladies of soccer exploded with a dominating offensive performance against the Maroon Giants. Kaley Buck led the scoring with three goals and one assist. Lorena Diaz, Cassidy Conner, Lian Glomski, and Grace Richmond also scored, with Emily Nelson contributing two assists, and Richmond and Megan Huggett each adding one assist.
April 15 Paw Paw 0 Edwardsburg 2 Paw Paw 2 Edwardsburg 12
The Reds only managed one hit by Tyler Pursley in the opening game, and seven errors doomed the 'Skins in the night cap. Jeffrey Burch and Jimmy Wressel each had two hits and one RBI.
April 13 Paw Paw 9 Gobles 1
Austin Callahan threw six innings of shutout ball allowing just three hits, and Zach Callahan finsihed the job on the hill. Ben Flick gathered three hits and scored three times, and Corey Curtis drove in five runs with a pair of hits.
April 13 Paw Paw 2 Harper Creek 0
Kaley Buck & Grace Richmond scored first half goals in a Lady Redskins soccer victory. Brooklyn Deming and Alexis Case were credited with assists, and Hailey Neudeck recorded the shutout in goal with four saves.
April 11 40 degree weather is not great for a round of golf, but Redskins golfer Nick Brausch seemed to thrive in it, shooting a round of 42 in the first Wolverine Conference Jamboree of the season. Playing at Angels Crossing Course in Vicksburg, Brausch's score was second best among the 10 team conference. Other Redskins scoring on the day included Bennett Cooper, Matt Lehto, and Tom Otten. The Reds as a team finished seventh overall.
March 30 Paw Paw 9 Galesburg 1
Pitcher Jeffrey Burch did not allow a hit in his second straight inning, fanning six in three innings to claim the win. Tyler Pursley, Tyler Nette, and Jimmy Wressel each chased three runs over the plate.
March 23 Paw Paw 18 Lawton 1
Brooke Vantilburg was the winning pitcher in the first Redskins softball game of the season. Emma Johnson hit home run, and Lydia Rogers hit a bases loaded HR.
March 23 Paw Paw 11 Lawton 3
Redskins baseball opened their season with a win over the Blue Devils. Starting pitcher Jeffrey Burch picked up the win by fanning all seven batters he faced. Tyler Nette led the offense with four hits, three RBI, and three stolen bases. Ben Flick added a single and triple, Zach Callahan a double and single, and Jimmy Wressel had an outstanding defensive day behind the plate and also drove in three runs.
March 23 Paw Paw 2 Marshall 0
Paw Paw's girls soccer team opened their season with a 2-0 win over a good Marshall team. Emily Nelson found the net with an assist from Kaley Buck and Buck later scored the clinching goal assisted by Brooklyn Deming.
Congratulations to five Redskins who made the All Wolverine Conference basketball teams. For the girls MaKayla Barnhart made 1st team with Rachel Cook and Brooklyn Walker named to the honorable mention list. For the boy Nick Klingel was a 1st team member with Luke Toliver on the 2nd team.
Mar 9 Paw Paw 90 Coldwater 75
The Redskins moved on to the Friday night District Finals led by Nick Klingel's 31 points. Trey Brennan added 20 and Luke Toliver 17.
Mar 7 Paw Paw 89 Vicksburg 64
In an amazing performance, Redskin Sophmore Luke Toliver broke two scoring records with 50 points and 12 three pointers. He broke the single game scoring mark set just two weeks
ago by Nick Klingel with 47. And Klingel got the assist on the basket that tied his record. The 12 treys bettered the 10 that Sean Brennan had three years ago. Late in the game Vicksburg started picking Luke up at half court, and his last two threes came from about six-seven feet behind the arc. Klingel added 13 and Trey Brennan 10.
Mar 3 Paw Paw 68 Three Rivers 75
After one quarter of play, Paw Paw hoops trailed the Wildcats by 18. A 28 point second quarter keyed by Trey Brennan with 11 points put them back in the game. They trailed by two with two minutes to go after a Nick Klingel triple. However the Wildcats made their free throws at the end to take a win home with them.
Congratulations to former Lady Redskins basketball players Kaelin Lambert and Chloe Salman. The girls are on the KVCC Lady Cougars team that just won the Junior College State of Michigan title, and hold a current 28-1 record and a #9 national ranking going into tourney play. Lambert and Salman are the two leading three points shooters for the Cougars, with Lambert ranking in the top 50 in the nation with a total of 56.
Feb 28 Paw Paw 52 Coldwater 62
For the Lady Redskins it was one and out in District play. Rachel ended her career with 15 points and sophomore Emma Johnson added a dozen and junior Hannah Warner 10. The girls end their season with an 11-10 record, and 4-4 in the Wolverine North.
Feb 26 Paw Paw 62 Dowagiac 81
The Redskins boys stayed with the Chieftans for most of three quarters before falling thanks to a 25 point final quarter by Dowagiac. Luke Toliver was the leading Redskins scorer with 18.
Feb 25 Paw Paw 56 Vicksburg 58
The Lady Reds lost the lead in the final minute despite 22 points from Rachel Cook.
Feb 23 Paw Paw 51 Comstock 57
Some accurate free throw shooting in the final minutes pushed the Colts to the win. Brooklyn Walker led her team with 14 points, and MaKayla Barnhart contributed 10.
Feb 22 Paw Paw 50 Sturgis 68
After playing the Trojans even for one quarter, the 'Skins fell behind and stayed there. Luke Toliver was the only double digit scorer for Paw Paw with 17 points.
Feb 22 Paw Paw 66 Sturgis 56
The Lady 'Skins scored 60 points for just the second time this season, led by MaKayla Barnhart's career high 21. Madison Ball added a dozen, and Brooke Vantilburg 10.
Feb 19 Paw Paw 24 Otsego 51
The Lady Redskins had a rough night shooting just 19% from the floor while committing 26 turnovers. MaKayla Barnhart was the leading point producer with nine, and Madison Ball added seven.
Feb 19 Paw Paw 77 Otsego 68
Nick Klingel had 30 points including 10/12 at the free throw stripe. Lewis Tate added 15 and Trey Brennan and Luke Toliver each scored 14. Klingel moved into the #7 spot in career scoring for Paw Paw, passing his father Rick.
Feb 17 Paw Paw 77 Allegan 29
The Redskins boys completed a season sweep of Allegan in basketball by a total margin of 99 points. Lewis Tate led with 24 points including seven treys, five of them in a row. Nick Klingel added 14 points and Luke Toliver a dozen.
Feb 17 Paw Paw 40 Allegan
The Lady 'Skins fell to the Tigers despite 13 points by MaKayla Barnhart and 12 for Emma Johnson.
Feb 16 Paw Paw 68 Comstock 59
A 23-13 second quarter was the key to the boys win over the Colts. Luke Toliver scored 22, Nick Klingel 14, Eli Toliver eight, and Jai' Johnson 7.
Feb 9 Paw Paw 47 Three Rivers 37
Senior KVCC hoops commit MaKayla Barnhart led her team past the Lady 'Cats with a nice all around performance. She led her team in points with 12, rebounds with 10 and assists with three while shooting 6-13 from the floor. Hannah Warner added nine tallies and Rachel Cook eight with Mackenzie Newell also snaring 10 boards.
Feb 9 Paw Paw 43 Three Rivers 60
A season long problem with their interior defense bit the Redskins big in the second half against the Wildcats. Leading by one point at the break, the 'Skins fell behind early when play resumed as the 'Cats put on a 11-2 run that put the game away. In the final two periods the Wildcats outscored the Reds 38 to 20 and made just one basket that was not a layup. Nick Klingel led with 14, Luke Toliver added 13, and Jacob Vorce 10 with seven boards.
Feb 6 Congratulations to four Redskins wrestlers on their success at the Wolverine Conference meet. Freshman Keenan Loehrs (103) pounds and junior Zachery White (152) each captured a fourth place finish in the 10 team meet. Brothers sophomore Anthony Reo (171) and junior Dominick Reo (189) each won their respective weight class, making them not only Wolverine Champions, but members of the Wolverine All Conference team.
Feb 5 Paw Paw 21 Port. Northern 9
Paw Paw's Lady Redskins finished their play in the Red Division with an 8-0 record and the title. Kinsey Carr shot a 187 game and Grace Sylvester a two game 305 series. Play continues in their other league, the Wolverine Conference February 19 with the league championship at Rainbow Lanes in Paw Paw.
Feb 5 Paw Paw 48 South Haven 38
The Lady Redskins defeated the Rams for the 26th time in a row. Brooklyn Walker had a nice all around game with 11 points, 11 rebounds, and six assists.
MaKayla Barnhart scored 10 and also pulled down 11 missed shots. Rachel Cook led the scoring with 12 points including 3 for 5 from beyond the arc.
Feb 5 Paw Paw 63 South Haven 68
The 'Skins took the Rams to overtime, but came up short on the scoreboard. Nick Klingel led with 22 points and Luke Toliver added 21 with Trey Brennan contributing nine.
Congratulations to Paw Paw's girls competitive cheer team for winning the Wolverine Conference for the fourth time in five years. Also to the JV team who are also league champions.
Feb 2 Paw Paw 50 Mich. Lutheran 61
A 21-6 second quarter led the Lady Titans to a basketball win over the Lady Reds. Brooklyn led the way for the Red and White with 14 points, followed by MaKayla Barnahart with 12, and Emma Johnson with 11.
Jan. 29 Paw Paw 84 Plainwell 50
Nick Klingel smashed the school single game scoring record with a 47 point outburst including a 30 point second half. Klingel hit five three pointers, 12 from two point range, and eight of 10 free throws to break the record of 41 set during the 2004-05 season by Derrick Mitchell. Trey Brennnan added 17 points to the two pronged scoring attack.
Jan. 29 Paw Paw 37 Plainwell 45
In a reversal of the first meeting of the two schools which was a 21 point victory for the Reds, Plainwell took the win. the Lady Reds were guilty of committing 31 turnovers while shooting a frigid 15 percent from the floor.
Jan. 28 Paw Paw 35 South Haven 23
Going undefeated in the win over the Rams were: Chad Hanley, Caleb York, Zach White, Taylor Dean, Anthony Reo, and Dominick Reo.
Jan. 26 Paw Paw 56 Dowagiac 0
The Lady Redskins threw a shutout at the Chieftains in a game that had to be difficult for both teams and both coaches. Madison Ball had 14 points and Brooklyn Walker added a dozen.
Jan. 26 Paw Paw 51 Dowagiac 65
Leading by eight with four minutes to go, they got some major help from the officials. Paw Paw was called for four technical fouls removing two players and the coach from the game. In just 37 seconds of actual game time the lead grew from eight to 20. Nick Klingel led his team with 17, Luke Toliver added 12, and Trey Brennan 11.
Jan 22 Paw Paw 73 Otsego 54
After trailing early, the Redskins took control of the game led by Nick Klingel, Trey Brennan, and Luke Toliver. Klingel had 21 points and a dozen boards, Brennan 16 tallies, seven rebounds, five steals and four assists, and Toliver scored 10 and pulled down seven rebounds.
Jan 22 Paw Paw 31 Otsego 62
The Lady Reds stumbled from the onset in the game for sole possession of first place in the Wolverine North Division. Masison Ball was the top Redskin scorer with 11 points.
Jan19 Paw Paw 32 Portage Central 57
The Reds battled from behind all night finally tying the score 32 all with seconds left in the third period. After that everything fell apart as the Mustangs scored all the rest of the points a 23-0 run to win going away. Nick Klingel had 10 points, Jacob Vorce eight, and Luke Toliver seven.
Jan. 14 Drew Miller topped the scoring list in the Redskin boys win over Otsego in bowling with a 216 game. Dylan Ballard added 187,and Jeff DuCharme 185. Mara Anderson led the Lady Reds past Otsego with lines of 156-151.
Jan. 16 Paw Paw 51 Allegan 38
Rachel Cook's 19 points led the way as the Lady 'Skins raised their record to 7-2 and 3-0 in the Wolverine North.
Jan. 16 Paw Paw 72 Allegan 21
The up and down Redskin boys were on top of their game again at Allegan. Luke Toliver had the hot shooting hand with 26 including six from beyond the three point arc. Jacob Vorce added eight, Trey Brennan and Nick Klingel seven each, Chase Parker and Jai Johnson both had six, and Todd MacDonald five points. The 21 points allowed is the fewest by Paw Paw since 1946 when Lawton scored 17.
Jan. 8 Paw Paw 43 South Haven 35
The Lady Redskins defeated the Lady Rams in a game that was tight until the final minutes. Rachel Cook led the way with 18 points including four three pointers.
Jan. 8 Paw Paw 46 South Haven 70
With three key players sitting out the first half for the 'Skins, the Rams used their quickness and height to control the game from the onset. Nick Klingel provided most of the Reds offense with 25 points, and Lewis Tate added seven.
Jan. 2 Paw Paw 62 Musk. Heights 23
The Lady Redskins jumped out to a 31-8 first half lead and never slowed down for the victory. MaKayla Barnhart led in scoring with 12 followed by Brooklyn Walker and Hannah Warner with 10 apiece, and Rachel Cook with nine. MacKenzie Newell pulled down 13 boards with Madison Ball adding 12 and Barnhart 10.
Dec. 30 Paw Paw 63 Benton Harbor 82
Paw Paw's boys stayed with the Tigers for a half, but a 45 point second half put the Earl McKeen Holiday Tournament trophy in the Tigers' trophy case. Nick Klingel had a big night for the 'Skins wit 24 points coming on eight treys.
Dec. 29 Paw Paw 73 Coloma 66
In the opening round of the Benton Harbor Holiday Basketball Tournament, the Reds hung tough all night to win over the 'Rocks by seven. Luke Toliver and Lewis Tate each scored 17, Nick Klingel 13, and Trey Brennan 11. Brennan also had seven assists and four steals.
The Redskin wrestling team posted a 2-3 record at the Gull Lake Meet. The fell to Mason County Central, Battle Creek Harper Creek, and Gull Lake while winning over Comstock and Coopersville. Dominick posted a 5-0 record on the day.
Paw Paw's wresting team hosted a four team dual meet with the 'Skins .dropping matches to Sturgis and Three Rivers. Anthony Reo was the lone undefeated Redskin on the day.
Dec. 18 Paw Paw 53 Plainwell 34
Sophomore Brooklyn Walker led the Lady Redskins to an easy win with 11 points. MaKayla Barnhart and Hannah Warner added eight each, Rachel Cook 7, and Emma Johnson 6.
Dec. 18 Paw Paw 89 Plainwell 51
After some early season shooting problems, the Redskins came out on fire. At the break Sophomore Luke Toliver and Nick Klingel had combined for 35 points. Toliver led his team with 22,Klingel added 19, and Lewis Tate contributed 17. Jacob Vorce scored 10 with 6 rebounds.
Dec15 Paw Paw 49 Edwardsburg 54
Problems with the Eddies' fourth quarter press turned a nine point lead into a four point loss. The Redskins also shot a horrible 4 for 16 from the free throw line, many of them the front end of 1 and 1s. Nick Klingel and Lewis Tate led the scoring with 15 each with Jacob Vorce claiming 10 boards and Klingel seven.
Dec. 15 Paw Paw 49 Edwardsburg 41
Hannah Warner led the Lady Redskins with 12 followed by MaKayla Barnhart, 10, Emma Johnson eight, Rachel Cook seven, and Brooklyn Walker six. Barnhart had nine boards, and Mackenzie Newell eight.
Dec.12 Paw Paw 48 Hartford 30
Paw Paw 33 Parchment 30
Paw Paw 11 Delton 60
Paw Paw 26 Middleville Thornapple Kellogg 48
Paw Paw 20 Ionia 60
The Redskins grapplers came in fourth in the Delton Invitational with a 2-3 record. Top performers for the day for the 'Skins included: Anthony Reo 5-0, Dominick Reo 5-0. Zach White 4-1, Kenen Loehrs 3-2, and Tervor Feerr 2-3.
Dec. 12 Paw Paw 16 Port. Northern 14
The Lady Redskins bowlers took a close match from the Huskies led by Grace Sylvester's 177 game.
Dec. 12 Paw Paw 5 Port. Northern 25
Drew Miller topped the Redskin scoring by rolling 185 and 189 games.
Dec. 11 Paw Paw 62 Vicksburg 52
A big third quarter when the Redskins outscored the Bulldogs 21-7 was the key to a Wolverine basketball win for the boys. Nick Klingel led the way with 20 points and 15 rebounds. Jacob Vorce added 12 points, Tyler Richardson 11, and Lewis Tate 13.
Dec. 10 Paw Paw 31 Vicksburg 44
Makayla was the top point producer with nine and Mackenzie Newell led in rebounds with eight.
Dec. 9 Paw Paw's Competitive Cheer team began their season with a win at the first Wolverine Meet at Otsego. The Lady 'Skins finished with an excellent rating of 708.46.
Dec. 9 Paw Paw 29 Cassopolis 42
Paw Paw 22 Portage Central 54
The Redskins wrestling team lost their first two matches of the season, but four grapplers had great days. Taylor Dean, Anthony Reo, Dominick Reo and Zach White all finished the completion undefeated.
Dec. 8 Paw Paw 45 Mattawan 64
The Wildcats used a 36-19 second half to win the opening boys hoops game going away. Luke Toliver led the 'Skins with 10 followed closely by Trey Brennan, Lewis Tate, and Nick Klingel with nine apiece. Klingel led in rebounding with nine with Tolvier and Nathan Smetana each adding five.
Dec.8 Paw Paw 52 Mattawan 47
In an overtime game between
old rivals, sophomore Emma Johnson scored seven points in overtime to claim the win for the Redskins. Johnson and Madison Ball each had a team high nine points with Brooke Vantilburg adding eight, and Rachael Cook and Makayla Barnhart each scoring seven.
Dec. 4 Paw Paw 51 Dowagiac 16
The Lady 'Skins bounced back from an opening night loss to dominate the Lady Chieftains. Mackenzie Newell had 10 points and nine boards, Madison Ball also scored 10 with sophomores Brooklyn Walker and Hannah Warner checking in with nine and eight tallies. Brooke Vantilburg contributed six assists and four steals to the Redskin cause.
Congratulations to a pair of PPHS athletes who will be playing at the collegiate level next year. Volleyball standout MacAulay Petersen moves on to play at Michigan Tech, and Baseball star Jeff Burch will be playing for Hillsdale College.
Dec. 2 Paw Paw 37 Lakeshore 65
It was a rough opening night for Lady Redskins basketball. A school record 35-0 margin for the Lady Lancers in the third quarter put the game away for certain. Rachael Cook led Paw Paw with nine points followed by Makayla Barnhart six, and Madison Ball, Brooke Vantilburg and Emma Johnson five apiece. Mackenzie led in the rebounding department with seven. The Lady Reds had problems taking care of the ball, committing 35 turnovers.
A total of nine Redskins soccer players were chosen for the Wolverine all conference team, due to the team's 13-3-3 record and District title. Trent Heidema, Aiden Miller, Jonathon Balkema, Steven Magallon and Ricky Vasquez were all 1st team choices. Cameron Kirkpatrick and Todd MacDonald were 2nd team selections, and Brennan Davison and Josh Doan were members of the Honorable Mention list. The Redskin defense had a total of 13 shutouts for the season, and the three Redskins defeats were all by the same 1-0 score.
Five members of the Lady Redskins volleyball team have been honored by the Wolverine Conference with inclusion on the league all conference team. MacAuley Petersen made 1st team, Erika De Pierre and Teagan were placed on the 2nd team, and setter Tiffany Huffman was a member of the Honorable Mention squad. In addition, Paw Paw's head coach Danielle Littel was named the conference Coach of the Year.
Congratulations to the Redskins who made the Wolverine Conference All Conference Teams:
1st Team Offense: Wide Receiver Jacob Vorce & Offensive Lineman Michael Van Hoeven.
1st Team Defense: Defensive Lineman Skylar Frank.
1st Team Punter-Ian Vandenberg
2nd Team Offense: Running Back Ian Vandenberg
2nd Team Defense: Linebackers John Wielenga and Dominick Reo.
Defensive Backs: Jeffrey Burch and Justin Middlebrooks.
Nov. 12 Paw Paw 0 Harper Creek 3
The Lady Reds volleyball season ended in the Regional Finals, swept by Harper Creek 25-7, 25-16 25-17. Great season ladies!
Congratulations to some Redskin boys soccer team members who have been named to Division III All State teams. Aiden Miller and Steven Magallon 1st team, Trent Heidema 3rd team, and Jonathon Balkema and Ricardo Vasquez all state Honorable Mention.
Nov. 10 Paw Paw 3 South Haven 0
The Lady Reds reached the Regional Finals with a win over the Rams. Tiffany Huffman topped her team in assists with 22, and Mac Auley Petersen came up with 14 kills. Teagan Le Yanna had 11digs for the winners.
Congratulations to the following members of the Redskins boys soccer team who have been named to the Division III All State Soccer Team. Aiden Miller and Steven Magallon1st team, Trent Heidema 3rd team and Jonathon Balkema and Ricardo Vasquez Honorable Mention list.
Congratulations Junior cross country runner Lewis Tate. His 29th place finish in the Division II State Finals earned him a spot on the All State Team. His time of 16:20 was just .16 off his own school record.
Nov. 5 Paw Paw 3 Coldwater 0
For the second year in a row, the Lady Redskins volleyball team brought home a District Tournament trophy with a sweep of highly regarded Coldwater. Tiffany Huffman played a key role with 41 assists, and MacAuley Petersen owned the net with 24 kills. Teagan Le Yanna came up with 18 digs, Erika De Pierre soared to three blocks, and Maggie Petersen and La Yanna each recorded a pair of aces.
October 4 Paw Paw 3 Three Rivers 0
The Lady Redskins volleyball team swept the Lady Wildcats to reach the District Finals. Individual stats: Kills Mac Auley Petersen 18, Assists Tiffany Huffman 38, Digs Teagan Le Yanna 17, Aces Petersen 2, and Blocks Mara Johnson 3.
Congratulations to Paw Paw varsity volleyball for sweeping their Paw Paw Quad meet against Comstock, Lakeshore, and Sturgis.
October 31 Congratulations to junior Cross Country runner Lewis Tate. His fourth place finish in the Buchanan Regional (16:47) gives him a spot in the State Finals next weekend.
After a third place finish in the regular season, Redskins volleyball came up large in the league tourney to bring home the trophy. They dispatched South Haven and Allegan 2-0 before facing league champion Otsego in the finals. The Lady 'Dogs took the first set 26-24, but the 'Skins were in control after that winning by 25-23, 25-22, and 25-16 scores. Statistical leaders for the Reds: Assists- Tiffany Huffman 87, Kills -MacAuley Petersen 54, Blocks- Erika De Pierre six, Digs- Teagen Le Yanna 37 and Aces-Petersen and Huffman three apiece
Oct. 29 Paw Paw 0 GR S. Christian 1
Redskins just missed a trip to the Division III Final Four. Not a surprise that two teams that had combined for 30 shutouts on the season played a 1-0 game.
October 27 Paw Paw 2 Hudsonville Unity Christian 0
In a Regional soccer game that was a payback for a loss last season in the Regional finals, seventh state rated Paw Paw whitewashed the third ranked Crusaders to reach the Regional finals. Aiden Miller and Steven Magallon each scored once and Brennan Davison had an assist. Trent Heidema had the shutout in goal. The Redskins now have accumulated 13 shutouts this season, and have outscored opponents in their first four tournament games 23 to 0.
The Lady Reds volleyball team traveled to the east side of the state for the East
Side Tournament where they fared well against some strong competition. They lost to Monroe twice, once in the semi-finals, split with Dearborn and Plymouth Christian, and defeated Plymouth Christian and Lake Fenton. Tiffany Huffman led in assists with 129, MacAuley Peterson was tops in kills wth 56, Erika DePierre led in blocks with 25, Tegan LeYanne had the most digs with 71, and MacAuley Petersen and Jacy Ditchie each recorded 6 aces.
Oct. 23 Paw Paw 46 Dowagiac 49
The Redskins just missed pulling off a win over the Chieftains mainly due to the outstanding play of third string quarterback Justin Middlebrooks and a return to the spread offense that gave the team a 2-0 start before injuries began to strike. The 'Skins lead 20-0 and were driving for another score when they lost a fumble on the Chieftain 13. In the first half Dowagiac was held to a -19 rushing yardage total but things changed when they went to their passing game in the second half. The third quarter saw 48 points scored with Ian Vandenberg returning two kickoffs for TDs. Justin Vorce caught three touchdown passes early but was injured in the third quarter and after that was still on the field although obviously injured, and was used mainly as a decoy at receiver. Middlebrooks scored twice and he and Vorce also each converted a two point play. A key to the loss besides breakdowns in the pass defense was the stat that showed Paw Paw only converted two of seven two point conversion attempts.
Oct. 22 Paw Paw 5 Fennvile 0
Redskins soccer claimed their second consecutive District Tournament trophy with a hard earned win over a strong Fennville team. Aiden Miller, Steven Magallon, Ricky Vasquez, Nathan Smetana, and Trent Heidema each scored once, and Trent Hiedema picked up the shutout in the net.
October 20 Paw Paw 8 Dowagiac 0
Redskins soccer reached the District Finals with a quick dismissal of Dowagiac. Aiden Miller, Ricky Vasquez and Steven Magallon each scored two goals with Fred Hachulinka and Brennan Davison each adding one. Spearheading the 12th shutout of the season were Josh Doan, Hector Vasquez, Nathan Smetana, Cameron Kirkpatrick and Jonathon Balkema. Sharing the shutout in the net were Trent Heidema, Jason Crump, and Forrest Ward.
Oct. 20 Lewis Tate once again set a school cross country record at the Wolverine Meet, finishing third at 16:04. He and Wyatt Owsiany both made the all conference team with Owsiany coming in 14th at 17:16. Molly Thompson also earned all league status finishing 13th at 20:05. The boys team finished sixth of ten teams, and the girls eighth.
Oct. 19 Paw Paw 8 Berrien Springs 0
The first round of District Tourney play was easy for the 'Skins. Ricardo Vasquez led the offense with three goals and a pair of assists. Aiden Miller and Steven Magallon each added two scores and an assist, and Cameron Kirkpatrick also put a shot in the net. The defensive effort was led by Jonathon Balkema, Josh Doan, Todd MacDonald and Brennan Davison, and the goal minding duo of Trent Heidema and Josh Crump recorded their 13th shutout of the season.
Congratulations to our boys tennis team. Their 11th place finish in their fifth straight appearance in the State Finals is an all time Paw Paw best. Also to the doubles teams of Garrett Amstutz and Jake Baker, and David Heidema and Drew Miller for reaching quarter final play.
Paw Paw 49 Allegan 8
The Redskins third string quarterback Justin Middlebrooks, in his second start due to injuries at the position, proved to be a quick learner leading his team to an easy win over the Tigers. Middlebrooks ran for four TDs and had a fifth one called back due to an infraction. He also passed for a pair two point conversions and ran for another. Ian Vandenberg scored twice on the ground also as the team had a season high 370 yards rushing.
Paw Paw's volleyball team raised their season record to 22-9 with wins over Kalamazoo Central and Parchment both by scores of 2-0.
October 12 Paw Paw 2 Allegan 1
Redskins soccer took a thrilling soccer match from the Tigers with Josh Doan scoring the winning goal with four seconds left of the game clock.
VICKSBURG 57 PAW PAW 16
Paw Paw began the game against a strong Vicksburg at a large disadvantage. Due to injuries, they were missing their first and second string quarterbacks and two of the three starting wide receivers. The Bulldogs had little trouble scoring and won going away. Ian Vandenberg had a four yard TD run and a two point conversion and Dominic Reo carried the ball over the goal line from 10 yards out.
Redskin boys soccer is rated #7 in Division III in the latest state rankings.
Congratulations Paw Paw boys tennis
on your Regional Tournament title !
October 2 Paw Paw 14 Three Rivers 21
A second straight week of too many fumbles (5) led to the 'Skins third loss of the season. The Wildcats came in to the night at 1-4 but obviously were the better team. Dominic Reo scored on a 21 yard interception, and Ian Vandenberg on a 10 yard run. The Redskins now have to win out to make the playoffs.
September 23 Paw Paw 2 Sturgis 0
Aiden Miller and Lucas Atkinson provided the goals for the 'Skins in the conference soccer match.
September 26 Paw Paw 2 Lakeshore 2
Steven Magallon and Aiden Miller provided the goals in a deadlock with the Lancers.
Sept. 28 Paw Paw 3 Edwardsburg 0
Aiden Miller found the back of the Eddies net twice and Ricardo Vasquez provided the other tally.
SPRING SPORTS RESULTS
Four Lady Redskins Named to All State Soccer Team
Congratulations to four members of the Lady Redskins soccer team who have been awarded All State honors. Forward Kaley Buck is a 1st team member for the second year in a row, Hailey Neudeck, Redskins keeper is a third team choice, and Cassidy Conner and Karley Babcock are Honorable Mention members. This is the second year in a row for Cassidy Conner also.
Redskins Named to All-Wolverine Softball Team
Mackenzie Earl, Melissa Bradley, Sarah Wyman, and Kayli Bowen all were 1st Team Wolverine Conference softball selections. Kinsey Carr and Allison Baney were honorable mention honorees. Wyman, Bradley, Earl and Bowen were also All District Team members, and Wyman, Earl and Bowen were also members of the All Regional Team.
Redskins Named to All-Wolverine Baseball Team
Congratulations to Parker Marcon, Jeff Burch and Jack Pelletier for being named to the Wolverine All Conference 1st team. For Marcon it was his third year on the team, and the second for Burch. Patrick King and Jay Doll were also honored as members of the Honorable Mention squad.
June 2 Paw Paw 0 GR S. Christian 3
For the sixth year in a row, Lady Redskins soccer saw their tournament run ended by a Grand Rapids area team.
June 1 Paw Paw 1 Edwardsburg 5
Redskins baseball saw their season end with the fourth loss of the season to the Eddies. Jay Doll picked up the lone Redskin hit of the day.
June 1 Paw Paw 2 Edwardsburg 7
Redskins softball also ended their season with a District by the Lady Eddies.
Paw Paw 2 Parchment 0
Lady Redskins soccer claimed their ninth District tourney trophy in 10 years with a hard fought win over the Lady Panthers. Hannah Warner scored first with help from Cassidy Conner, and Kaley Buck hit the net just two minutes into the second half.
May 26 Paw Paw 8 Dowagiac 0
Redskins soccer began District play with a shutout over Dowagiac. Scoring for the Redskins: Kaley Buck 3, Cassie Small 2, Hailey Neudeck, 1, Brooklyn Deming 1, Kate Thompson 1. The Redskins are after their ninth District title in the last 10 games.
May 22 Paw Paw 5 Kalamazoo Central 7
Redskin catcher Jay Doll went four for four at the plate, Parker Marcon added a double and triple and Jack Pelletier also had a pair of hits. However a two run sixth inning by the Maroon Giants won he game.
May 21 Paw Paw 5 Kalamazoo Christian 3
Redskins softball defeated the Lady Comets.
May 20 Paw Paw 2 Plainwell 0
Paw Paw's ladies soccer team claimed their second straight Wolverine Conference title, and broke a long time domination by the Lady Trojans. Plainwell was 19-0-1 in games against Paw Paw before this contest.
May 18 Paw Paw 0/7 Gull Lake 1/0
Redskin pitcher Kayli Bowen threw both games of a double header against the Blue Devils, allowing just one run. However some silent Redskin bats in the opening game allowed her to only pick up one win.
May 18 Paw Paw 1/8 Gull Lake 11/21
The Blue Devils pounded Paw Paw pitching in a sweep, scoring 32 runs on 23 hits plus 17 walks by Redskin pitchers. Jack Pelletier led the Redskin offense with four hits. Parker Marcon and Patrick King each added three, and Jimmy Wressel had a pair of hits.
May 18 Paw Paw 4 Vicksburg 1
The Redskins girls soccer team reached the Wolverine Conference finals for the second year in a row. Kaley Buck scored twice, Lorena Diaz once, and Cassie Small also found the net. Diaz had a pair of assists and Hailey Neudeck stopped six Bulldog shots in goal.
May 15 Paw Paw 1 Edwardsburg 3
Paw Paw 5 Vicksburg 4
Jack Pelletier pitched well, six innings, four hits and two earned runs, but the Redskins only managed three hits on the day. In semifinal game, Parker Marcon had four hits including the eighth inning game winner against Vicksburg, and also picked up the win with some relief work.
In Regional Track action, the Paw Paw boys finished seventh with Ian Vandenburg having a big day, winning both the 100 meter (11.01) and the 200 meter (22.73). The girls came in fifth with Erika DePierre having a super day, winning three events. High jump (5'7", long jump (17'.05"), and 400 meter (1:01.85). Mackenzie took second in the shot put with a toss of 33'10.5".
May 15 Paw Paw 0 Stevensville 2
The Redskins undefeated soccer season ended at the lakeside to the Lancers, a team Paw Paw has only been able to defeat once in 12 meetings between the two schools.
May 13 Paw Paw 4 Allegan 0
Paw Paw opened Wolverine soccer tourney play with a win to move on to the semi-final round. Hailey Neudeck had six saves in the net for the shutout. Kaley Buck scored the first two goals with assists from Cassidy Conner and Grace Richmond. Lorena Diaz assisted on a Hannah Warner goal, and Diaz scored unassisted to end the scoring.
May 11 Paw Paw 4 Vicksburg 1
Redskin soccer raised their season record to 10-0-1 at Vicksburg, allowing just the third goal scored on the Reds all season. Kaley Buck scored twice, Lorena Diaz, Hannah Warner provided the other scores. Grace Richmond and Cassidy Conner were each credit with one assist, and Hailey Neudeck took the win in the net with four saves.
May 4 Paw Paw 10 Dowagiac 0
A goal one minute into the game by Alexia Case was all the Lady Reds soccer team needed in a game shortened to half by the mercy rule. Case, Kaley Buck, and Kate Thompson each scored two goals with Cassidy Conner, Lian Glomski, Brooklyn Walker, and Hannah Warner each producing one goal. Cassie Small had a pair of assists, with Conner, Brooklyn Deming, Glomski, Lorena Diaz, Walker, and Warner each adding one.
May 1 Paw Paw 3 Kalamazoo Hackett 1
Lorena Diaz, Karley Babcok and Grace Richmond scored for the Redskins with assists credited to Brooklyn Demming and Diaz.
May 1 Paw Paw 10/7 Dowagiac 6/0
Redskins swept Chieftains with Parker Marcon and Will Downard picking up the pitching wins.
April 29 Paw Paw 7 Coloma 0
Redskin girls soccer continued undefeated with a shutout of the Lady Comets. Kaley Buck scored twice, and Karley Babcock, Kate Thompson, Cassie Small, Grace Richmond, and Brooklyn Deming each added one goal. Babcock and Lorena Diaz each assisted twice with Buck, Richmond and Deming each credited with one assist.
April 29 Paw Paw 8 South Haven 0
Once again the Paw Paw girls tennis team shut out an opponent without losing a set.
April 27 Paw Paw 11 Berrien Springs 0
In a game called after one half due to the mercy rule, the Lady Redskins soccer girls took no mercy on the Lady Shamrocks. Scoring for the Reds were: Emily Nelson, Grace Richmond, Cassidy Conner, and Lorena Diaz two goals apiece, with Brooklyn Walker, Hailey Neudeck and Kaley Buck each adding one. Lian Glomski and Alexia Case assisted on two score each with Brooklyn Deming, Brooklyn Walker, Cassidy Conner, Kaley Buck and Hailey Neudeck one apiece. The Redskins defense did not allow a shot on goal the entire game.
April 27 Paw Paw 8 Dowagiac 0
Paw Paw's girls tennis swept the Chieftains without losing a set.
April 27 Paw Paw 12 Kalamazoo Hackett 2
Softball swept past the Irish.
April 27 Paw Paw 4 Kalamazoo Hackett 3
The Irish jumped out to a three run first inning lead, but the 'Skins rallied for the win. Brennan had an RBI double and Will Downard picked up t the win
Interesting Redskin Trivia and More!
All-Time Wins-All Sports
Kal. Hackett 349
South Haven 354
Kal. Christian 227
Three Rivers 226
Won-Loss By Sport
Boys Football 480-423-29
Boys Basketball 1,076-832
Boys Baseball 1,123-785-4
Boys Soccer 315-264-28
Boys Cross Country 290-252-6
Boys Bowling 94-47-4
Boys Wrestling 326-506-7
Boys Golf 357-161-5
Boys Tennis 311-244-17
Girls Basketball 576-393
Girls Soccer 255-244-22
Girls Cross Country 163-140-3
Girls Volleyball 802-564-41
Girls Bowling 117-26-3
Girls Track 235-160-3
Girls Tennis 113-242-25
Girls Softball 614-545
Look and play alikes:
Twin brothers Brian and Kiel Reidenbach each scored 210 points in 26 games in the 2003-04 basketball season.
Redskin basketball player Ed Buskirk scored 204 points in his career at Paw Paw. In the list of all time scoring leaders
his grandsons Andrew and Matt stand directly below him with 203 points apiece.