Erin Witt had a team high 14 points to lead Ovid-Elsie past Pinconning Friday night, 50-44. The junior point guard knocked down 4 three-pointers, grabbed 3 rebounds and handed out 3 assists. "I've asked Erin for three years to lead the team, to be a distributor and keep the team in the right situati...
Tomorrow at 4 p.m. Ovid-Elsie Varsity Cheer takes the mat to battle for a District Championship!🏆🥇
Join us in our hometown gym, and be ready to get loud OE fans!💙💛
If you can't make it, no worries! We are going to try to go live during our rounds!!!
#TakeItBack #ThisMeansWar #BlueWontQuit
Coach's Comments: "You could tell we were playing in back to back road games tonight, as we showed some sluggish signs again early on in the game. We just weren't really getting after it defensively, and that translated to some struggles shooting as well. Carson really was a spark for us in the 1st....
Coach's Comments: "We came out very sluggish and sloppy tonight, and you could tell we had been off for a few days with snow days and no practice. St. Charles played with more energy, and did a better job adjusting to being out of a routine with playing on a snow day then we did, and it took until l...
Last week three additional student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent to play their respective sport in college. This photo and article (courtesy of the Meridian Weekly) pictures Emma Samson, who will receive an athletic scholarship to play basketball at Kellogg Community College; Gage Palus, who received an academic scholarship to play football at Adrian College and, Jordan Post, who will also play football at Adrian College. Congratulations to these student-athletes! ... See MoreSee Less
Friday night Ovid-Elsie will host Pinconning in boys' and girls' basketball. All five teams will play at Ovid-Elsie.
It will also be "youth basketball appreciation night" and "senior night" for basketball. All youth basketball players will be admitted for free as long as they are wearing their team jersey. Players may sit in the northwest section of the bleachers.
The first 125 players will receive a poster featuring the varsity boys' and girls' teams. At halftime of the girls' game, the varsity boys will be in the cafeteria to sign autographs on the posters. At halftime of the boys' game, the varsity girls' will be in the cafeteria to sign autographs.
Between the girls' and the boys' games, we will honor our senior basketball players and their parents, present the Sportsmanship Award to last year's girls' basketball team, present a special award to one outstanding student-athlete, and also recognize both teams for breaking school records last season. You don't want to miss out on this monumental occasion!
There will also be a special presentation by our Robotics Team with the Ovid-Elsie Marauderbot!
The girls will tip off against Pinconning at 6:00 p.m. with the boys' following shortly after. The freshmen boys, JV girls and JV boys will be playing in the Aux Gym beginning at 4:30 p.m.
At Tuesday night's home game against Ithaca, it will be "senior night" for our cheer team and pom team.
The junior varsity ladies down the Webberville Spartans with great team defense and sharing the basketball. The Marauders defense was stifling in the first half and allowed them to stretch their lead. The Marauders did a great job of sharing the basketball to get open looks all night. The Marauders....
Perhaps our most complete win of the season. We played with consistent effort and energy, while controlling turnovers on offense. Every member of the team made it in to the score book. Aaron Hurst led the way with 12, and JR Ackels chipped in with 8 points.
Ovid-Elsie improved to 11-6 on the year with balanced scoring and a great defensive effort from the entire team and turned away Webberville, 37-26. Eight Marauders reached the scoring column in the win. "It was a total team effort tonight," Head Coach Ryan Cunningham said. "We had to play last night...