Tons of volleyball and some huge cross country races dominated the high school schedule from the weekend that was Sept. 9-10. Here's a look at our top four individual non-football performances, plus all the results that were reported. (For the best of football, check out the "Extra Points" posts.
4. Potterville volleyball senior Jessica Ritchey: The Vikings' setter had team-highs of 76 assists and 16 aces on the day as Potterville won the Olivet Invitational.
3. Holt volleyball senior Hayley Powers: An outside hitter, posted team highs of 29 kills and four aces as the Rams won the Corunna Invitational.
2. Okemos soccer defense: Picking out one person to highlight from a box score is pretty impossible when it comes to defense, but the Chieftains shut out Brighton 2-0 and allowed just two shots on goal. Brighton finished No. 5 in Division 1 last season.
1. Mason junior Tanner Hinkle: Crushed his best time of last year by 17 seconds in winning the Bath Invitational in 15:52.