• Randy Hodge

2022 St. Patrick Spring Sports Wrap Up


The 2022 St. Patrick School spring sports season has officially come to an end. We would like to congratulate all of our teams for their efforts throughout the season. A lot of time and hard work was put forth on the field, track, course, at the range, and in the classroom by our student athletes to ensure success. There were many outstanding individual and team performances. We would like to thank and congratulate our spring sport athletes on another outstanding season.


Representing the varsity boys track and field team, Martin White set a fine example of what hard work and perseverance can accomplish as he set personal bests in every event that he competed in.


The varsity girls track and field team, despite being young and having a small number of runners, were quite dominant over the course of the season. They won the Bath Invitational and the Webberville Invitational, while also finishing runner-up at the Portland Invitational. They finished 5th at the Regional Meet and 5th in the CMAC. Individual honors for the team include:

  • Kenzie Fedewa: State Finalist 4x400 (All-State 4th place), 400 (All-State 6th place), 4x200 (All-State 8th place) & 4x800 (13th place); Academic All-State 4x800, 4x200, 400 & 4x400; All-Region 4x400 (regional champion), 4x800 (regional runner-up), 4x200 & 400; 2nd team CMAC 4x200 & 400; Honorable Mention CMAC 4x400 & 4x800; School Record 4x800

  • Izzy Kissane: State Finalist 4x400 (All-State 4th place), 4x200 (All-State 8th place), 400 (10th place) & 4x800 (13th place); Academic All-State 4x200 & 4x400; All-Region 4x400 (regional champion), 4x800 (regional runner-up), 4x200 & 400; 2nd team CMAC 4x200; Honorable Mention CMAC 400, 4x400 & 4x800; School Record 4x800

  • Sophie Schrauben: State Finalist 4x400 (All-State 4th place), 300 hurdles (All-State 6th place) & 4x200 (All-State 8th place); Academic All-State 4x200, 300 hurdles & 4x400; All-Region 4x400 (regional champion), 100 hurdles, 4x200 & 300 hurdles; 2nd team CMAC 4x200; Honorable Mention CMAC 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles & 4x400.

  • Cozette Brown: State Finalist 4x400 (All-State 4th place) &4x800 (13th place); Academic All-State 4x800 & 4x400; All-Region 4x400 (regional champion), 4x800 (regional runner-up) & 1600; Honorable Mention CMAC 4x800 & 4x400; School Record 4x800

  • Tessa Lawson: State Finalist 4x200 (All-State 8th place); Academic All-State 4x200; All-Region 4x200; 2nd team CMAC 4x200.

  • Olivia Pung: State Finalist 4x800 (13th place); All-Region 4x800 (regional runner-up); Honorable Mention CMAC 4x800; School Record 4x800

  • Bella Russman: All-Region shot put; Honorable Mention CMAC shot put & discus.


Together, the girls and boys track and field teams earned 137 medals.


We were excited that we could field a varsity and junior varsity squad this year. The varsity golf team finished 5th place in league play as well as the CMAC league tournament and finished 13th in the region. Landon Simpson finished 2nd team CMAC and placed 19th in the region.


Our junior varsity softball team had a strong season finishing with a 14-4 record on the season. The varsity softball team finished with a record of 31-5. They were the Central Michigan Athletic Conference champions, won the Kris Popp and Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart Invitationals, and were invited to play in the Lansing Diamond Classic where they defeated a strong Holt program and lost to eventual champion Fowlerville. The softball team won the district tournament for the second consecutive years. They also were Academic All State with a 3.97 team grade point average. Individual awards include:

  • Carly Scheurer: 1st Team CMAC, All District Outfield, All Region Outfield, Honorable Mention All State, Academic All-State, and signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball at Northwood College.

  • Lydia Meredith: 1st Team CMAC, All District Shortstop, All Region Shortstop, Academic All State, 1st Team All State

  • Rylee Scheurer: 1st Team CMAC, All District Outfield, All Region Outfield, 1st Team All State

  • Addison Scheurer: 2nd Team CMAC, All District Catcher

  • Emma Honsowitz: Honorable Mention CMAC, All District 2nd Base

  • Mara Schrauben: Honorable Mention CMAC, Academic All State

  • Natalee Teachworth: Honorable Mention CMAC, All District 1st Base

  • Laynie Meredith: Honorable Mention CMAC

  • Bella Myers: Academic All State

  • Jamelyn Forist: Academic All State


The junior varsity baseball team was young with half the team consisting of 8th grade students. They finished the season with a 5-13 record. The varsity baseball team had a strong season this year finishing with a record of 17-14 and were District champions. Individual honors for our baseball team include:

  • Shane Cook: 1st Team CMAC, All District, All Region, and Academic All District, 1st Team All State

  • Braxton Teachworth: 2nd Team CMAC and Academic All District

  • Kyle Edlund: 2nd Team CMAC

  • Simon Brown: Academic All District, Academic All Region

  • Alex Fedewa: Academic All District

  • Lucas Simon: Honorable Mention CMAC and All District

  • Brayden Simon: 1st team CMAC, All District, and All Region, 2nd Team All State

  • Charlie Thelen: Honorable Mention CMAC and All District


Our Trap team concluded a very successful second season by finishing 1st in the Clay Target league by 80 targets. For a student athlete to qualify for varsity, they are required to have an average 19 out of 25 targets. The following students qualified for varsity with their average in parenthesis: Reid Corbeil (24), Aaron Gillotte (23), Simon White (22.8), Ben White (21.5), Logan Howe (21.8), Kyle Edlund (21.75), Braden Bozung (21.13), Sean Fedewa (21.10), Brett Boyd (20.8), Daniel Huggler (20.9), and Sarah Davis (19.8). Our junior varsity team consists of Peyton Schafer (17.8), Chase Bengal (17.6), and Cooper Gehrcke (14.10).


Reid Corbeil finished in first place and Simon White in sixth place in our conference. Reid finished in 10th place in the state.


Twelve of our Trap student athletes will be competing at the State Finals in Mason, Michigan on June 18.


As a Catholic School, we expect our student athletes to represent us in a positive manner, bringing Christ to everything they do, and make us proud with their sportsmanship. Without a doubt, they have done so and represented our school mission statement: We Pray! We Learn! We Achieve! to their fullest, God-given potential.


Randy Hodge is the High School Principal at St. Patrick School.

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