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Girls JV Golf With Great Outing at Howell

Played at the very challenging Chemung Hills Golf Course in Howell, the JV girl’s golf team finished in third place, out of eight team field at the Howell JV Highlander Classic Tournament. Portland, a MHSAA D4 school, was the only team in the tournament field that wasn’t from either a MHSAA Division One or Division

Freshmen Volleyball Continues With Winning Ways

The Freshman Volleyball team traveled to Alma this weekend. They went 5-1 in pool play which moved them to the Gold bracket. In the first round of bracket play they beat Shepard 25-15 and 25-17, moving the girls to the semi-final against Clare who they beat 25-18 and 25-14. In the championship game they came

Football Teams Remain Unbeaten; Varsity Beats Sexton 33-12

By Mitchell Boatman / Sentinel-Standard contributor Posted Sep 7, 2018 at 11:03 PMUpdated Sep 7, 2018 at 11:03 PM    PORTLAND — It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. The Portland football team recovered from a sluggish first quarter offensively to beat Lansing Sexton 33-12 in both teams’ CAAC-White conference opener on Friday night. The Raiders move to 3-0 on the season, while

Volleyball Plays Lansing Catholic Tough

Portland took on Lansing Catholic last night and after a great battle between both teams, Portland came up short losing the match in 4 games 23-25 15-25 25-21 22-25. Lesley Barker led the team with 35 digs, Maya Lankford adding 10 digs. Rachel Vanhouten and Jolee Pung dominated the net with 10 kills each. Faith

JV Golf Wins First Jamboree

Played at the Portland Country Club and in sweltering and oppressive weather conditions, the girl’s JV golf team slipped past divisional rival Lansing Catholic to take first place in the first of five divisional jamborees. JV divisional jamborees are played as a seven-hole match with a maximum stroke limit of eight per hole. The Raiders

Football Teams All Still Undefeated

The JV football team started the season with two wins.  Last night they beat Corunna 41-8.  Scoring for the Raiders was Luke Nobis, Haden Getchell, Jace Gillette, Ethan Patrick, and Reis Phillips.  The defense had two fumble recoveries and special teams ran a punt back for a touchdown. The freshmen team beat Grande Ledge 26-7

Boys Soccer Remains Undefeated at 6-0

Portland Boys Soccer took to the field last Wednesday for their second home game of the season facing Lansing Waverly.  The Raiders were able to get some goals early and had a 3-1 lead at halftime.  In the second half the boys were able to dominate play and extended their lead to 8-2 by the

Tennis Beats Chesaning

Portland tennis won at Chesaning Tuesday night 5-3. This was the first dual match for the Raiders and starts the season off right. The team was carried by some very strong doubles teams that lost very few games in the entire match. Singles was much tougher. Chesaning had some pretty strong players and our guys

Girls Golf Travels to St. Johns

The varsity golf team was defeated by a tough team from St. Johns yesterday at Portland Country Club 190-178.  Low scorers for the match were Julia Savage 46, Brooke Seal 47, Olivia Foote 48, and Macey Schrauben 49.  The team starts league play next week Wednesday when they compete in the first league jamboree at Portland Country

Volleyball Program Shuts Out Waverly; Wins Every Game

The three volleyball teams played host to the Waverly Warriors last night and won every single game with varsity winning 3-0 and both JV and freshmen winning 2-0. Varsity scores were 25-11, 25-23, 25-14. Jolee Pung let team with 4 aces, followed by Lesley Barker and Emma Johnson who had 2 apiece. Rachel Vanhouten tallied up