Local Sports Journal
Shelby remained undefeated and earned at least a share of the West Michigan Conference championship with a 32-21 win over Ravenna on Friday night.
Shelby’s Andy Fortier tossed a pair of touchdown passes and kicked two field goals to lead the Tigers.
Fortier hit Dylan Unger on a 23-yard TD strike and tossed a 76-yard strike TD pass to Tony Guerra.
Fortier also kicked field goals of 33 and 21 yards.
Devin Mussell scored on a 10-yard run and Guerra hit Brody Lee for a 43-yard scoring pass to complete Shelby’s scoring.
All Ravenna’s points came in the second quarter on Nick Anderson’s 16-yard run, Josh Kohanski’s 30-yard scamper and a 60-yard pass from Jake Sied to David Thompson.
Fortier was 13-of-21 passing for 183 yards to lead Shelby and Guerra added 81 yards receiving on two catches.
Mussell led Shelby’s ball carriers with 73 yards on 16 carries and Forrest Courtright added 16 carries for 67 yards.
Jeff Baffi led Shelby’s defense with 14 tackles and Saul Salgado added 10.