Twenty Northern Michigan Athletes Named Academic All-State


The Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association has announced its 2017 individual academic all-state honorees.

Twenty northern Michigan athletes are recognized, with all student-athletes posting a 4.0 grade point average.

Below is a listing of area athletes honored.

Division 1

Zach Colores, Mt. Pleasant

Division 2

Matt Knowles, Sault Ste. Marie

Ryley Alaspa, Sault Ste. Marie

Jake Disbrow, Kalkaska

Jack Haas, Petoskey

Jake Blaskowski, Cheboygan

Cade Schafer, Chippewa Hills

Division 3

James Young, Lake City

Peter McAndrews, Traverse City St. Francis

Aaron Jacobs, Roscommon

Blake Jordan, Newberry

Nathan Magnusson, Newberry

Bryce Lipovsky, Harrison

Carter Johnston, Beaverton

Division 4

Owen Diller, East Jordan

Jayden DeWitt, Onekama

Nathan Horsley, Beal City

Preston Mayle, St. Ignace

Cade Peterson, Glen Lake

Jacob Whitford, Pentwater 

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