PAW PAW — Shorthanded and foul-plagued Three Rivers outlasted Paw Paw for a 46-38 Wolverine Conference road win on Wednesday.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Junior forward Garron Gahan (30) from Three Rivers executes a reverse layup for  two points in the first half.
THREE RIVERS — A 20-6 first-quarter deficit was enough to wake the Three Rivers boys’ basketball team up in Wednesday’s Wolverine Conference game against visiting Paw Paw. 
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers 152-pound wrestler Adam  Saddler, top position, gets ready to pin his Dowagiac opponent in Tuesday’s Wolverine Conference match at home.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity wrestling team spit a pair of Wolverine Conference matches at home Tuesday, losing to Dowagiac 47-27 and beating Allegan 54-24 and earning a 78-
Photo provided by Geskus Photography Inc. - The 2020-21 White Pigeon varsity girls basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Bailee Freedline, Doris Bontrager, Ashley Delarye and Ashlynn McClaren; middle row, Jennafaye Zehr (manager), Rainie Atherton, Este Castro and Grace Bontrager (manager); back row, Brooke McClure (Head Coach), Paige Brown (manager), Alex Hooker, Lauren Dressler and Sydney McClure (manager).
WHITE PIGEON — White Pigeon’s girls’ basketball team is focusing on the little things to be successful this season.
Photo provided by Geskus Photography Inc. - The 2020-21 White Pigeon varsity boys’ basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Dylan carper, Daniel Jackson, Todd Hollingsworth, Isiah Lane and Ty Strawser (manager); back row, Robbie Gibson, junior varsity coach, James Stewart, Chris Jackson, Blake Freedline and varsity coaches Devin Dimos and Steven Dimos.
WHITE PIGEON — White Pigeon’s size and strength should help the Chiefs contend for the Southwest 10 Conference title.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers had a goal coming into Monday’s Wolverine Conference rivalry game at home against Vicksburg.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Junior forward Garron Gahan (30) from Three Rivers executes a reverse layup for  two points in the first half.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers 152-pound wrestler Adam  Saddler, top position, gets ready to pin his Dowagiac opponent in Tuesday’s Wolverine Conference match at home.
Photo provided by Geskus Photography Inc. - The 2020-21 White Pigeon varsity girls basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Bailee Freedline, Doris Bontrager, Ashley Delarye and Ashlynn McClaren; middle row, Jennafaye Zehr (manager), Rainie Atherton, Este Castro and Grace Bontrager (manager); back row, Brooke McClure (Head Coach), Paige Brown (manager), Alex Hooker, Lauren Dressler and Sydney McClure (manager).
Photo provided by Geskus Photography Inc. - The 2020-21 White Pigeon varsity boys’ basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Dylan carper, Daniel Jackson, Todd Hollingsworth, Isiah Lane and Ty Strawser (manager); back row, Robbie Gibson, junior varsity coach, James Stewart, Chris Jackson, Blake Freedline and varsity coaches Devin Dimos and Steven Dimos.
PAW PAW — Shorthanded and foul-plagued Three Rivers outlasted Paw Paw for a 46-38 Wolverine Conference road win on Wednesday. “I was proud of our resiliency tonight. We had four players out, including two starters and also had to right through Kali (Heivilin) play in four trouble and only being on...
FLORENCE TWP. — A woman was pronounced dead after first responders pulled an upside-down vehicle out of the Fawn River Thursday morning. According to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department, at around 7:12 a.m., deputies were dispatched to Constantine Road just North of Mintdale Road for a...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Junior forward Garron Gahan (30) from Three Rivers executes a reverse layup for  two points in the first half.
THREE RIVERS — A 20-6 first-quarter deficit was enough to wake the Three Rivers boys’ basketball team up in Wednesday’s Wolverine Conference game against visiting Paw Paw.   “This was an outstanding game for us,” said Three Rivers head coach Brian Burg, whose Wildcats improve to 5-1 in the league...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers 152-pound wrestler Adam  Saddler, top position, gets ready to pin his Dowagiac opponent in Tuesday’s Wolverine Conference match at home.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity wrestling team spit a pair of Wolverine Conference matches at home Tuesday, losing to Dowagiac 47-27 and beating Allegan 54-24 and earning a 78-0 non-league win over Athens. Three Rivers had five grapplers go undefeated on the night at 3-0. They included...
Photo provided by Geskus Photography Inc. - The 2020-21 White Pigeon varsity girls basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Bailee Freedline, Doris Bontrager, Ashley Delarye and Ashlynn McClaren; middle row, Jennafaye Zehr (manager), Rainie Atherton, Este Castro and Grace Bontrager (manager); back row, Brooke McClure (Head Coach), Paige Brown (manager), Alex Hooker, Lauren Dressler and Sydney McClure (manager).
WHITE PIGEON — White Pigeon’s girls’ basketball team is focusing on the little things to be successful this season. Brooke McClure’s Lady Chiefs finished 15-5 and tied for second place in the Southwest 10 Conference last winter. McClure must replace Claycee West, the school’s all-time leading...
Photo provided by Geskus Photography Inc. - The 2020-21 White Pigeon varsity boys’ basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Dylan carper, Daniel Jackson, Todd Hollingsworth, Isiah Lane and Ty Strawser (manager); back row, Robbie Gibson, junior varsity coach, James Stewart, Chris Jackson, Blake Freedline and varsity coaches Devin Dimos and Steven Dimos.
WHITE PIGEON — White Pigeon’s size and strength should help the Chiefs contend for the Southwest 10 Conference title. After finishing 9-11 last season, White Pigeon’s father-son head coaching duo Devin and Steve Dimos have their sights set on finishing over the .500 mark this year and to battle for...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers had a goal coming into Monday’s Wolverine Conference rivalry game at home against Vicksburg. “We talked about how we wanted to come out with high energy and make sure we get off to a great start,” said Three Rivers head coach Brian Burg following Saturday’s heartbreaking...
KALAMAZOO — The Three Rivers boys’ and girls’ bowling teams split a pair of Southwest Michigan Conference matches Saturday against Otsego at Revel N Roll West in Kalamazoo. Three Rivers dropped the boys’ match to Otsego 17-13, but the Lady Cats earned a 19-11 victory over the Bulldogs. Ryan Nowicki...
VICKSBURG — Vicksburg earned a long-awaited Wolverine Conference victory at home over Three Rivers Monday in girls’ basketball. Hannah Vallier lit up her home gym with a game-high 25 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs to a stunning 49-44 win over the Lady Cats. Three Rivers jumped out to a nine-point...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s basketball team lost at home Friday to Ancilla Community College 101-77, while the Lady Vikings were victorious 73-70 over the Chargers. In the men’s game, Janye Griffin led Glen Oaks with 23 points and five assists. LeAngelo Saravia added 21...

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