Pinconning still searching for first win, goal
By John Fischer
PINCONNING — Pinconning welcomed conference rival Ogemaw Heights (OHHS) Wednesday Sept. 3 as it tried for its first win on the season. The attempt proved unsuccessful as the Falcons dominated the game from the outset. Although the Spartans did manage to put six shots on net, they couldn’t help any find their way in. OHHS scored four goals and went on to give the Spartans their third conference loss. Shots-on-goal were recorded by Michael Grusnick, Flac Bray, Michael Hasso, Beri Bragiel, Jon Batzau, and Myles Grusnick. Goalkeeper Kyle Sanford stopped eight of the twelve shots he faced and defenders, David Snell and Christopher Kustra, each stopped one shot.