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Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - The 2020 Three Rivers boys’ soccer team. Pictured in the front row from left to right are, Ibia Albaina, Zane Major, Kayden Salinas, Blake Vanderbrink, Raul Lopez Munoz, Ryan Turner, Christian Selent and Keegan Shingledecker; back row, Gabe Humbert, Scott Crippin, Elliot Weed, Brayden Selent, Cayden Kromer, Lucas Salinas, Atticus Weed, Ryan Lubieniecki, Derek Roggelien, Jared Lubieniecki, Braeden Rohm and coach Travis Shubnell.
THREE RIVERS — With its experience, the Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team feels it poses a huge problem for any opponent the Wildcats face this fall. Travis Shubnell, who begins his third season guiding the boys’ program, returns a veteran-oriented squad that includes 13 upperclassmen,...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ tennis team fell at home Wednesday 8-0 to Allegan in Wolverine Conference action. At No. 1 singles, Riley Lewis from Three Rivers lost 0-6, 0-6 to Tyler Aldrich. At No. 2, Brady Minnard  from Three Rivers was defeated 0-6, 0-6 by Eli Festerling. At No...
Photo provided by Matt Stofer -  Senior midfielder Jared Lubieniecki (5) from Three Rivers pursues a Plainwell foe for the ball in Wednesday’s Wolverine Conference match.
  PLAINWELL — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team opened its season with a 4-0 Wolverine Conference loss at Plainwell Wednesday. Senior Brayden Selent made 13 saves in goal for the Wildcats, now 0-1. Three Rivers entertains Coloma Thursday at 5 p.m. in a non-conference match at Armstrong...
Photo provided - Charlie Newburry from Mendon eyes the finish line as he completes the final few yards of last Thursday’s 5,000-meter (3.1 mile) race at the Sturgis Quad.
STURGIS — The Mendon and Constantine cross country teams competed in the Sturgis Quad on Thursday. Bronson won the boys’ meet with a score of 26. Sturgis (55) claimed second followed by Mendon (74) in third and Constantine (80) was fourth. Only three schools had enough runners to score in the girls...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger R & R Trailers from Three Rivers recently made a $40,000 donation towards three youth football fields at the Amrstrong Park Sports Complex. Pictured at the donation ceremony and in the front left to right are Doug Humpert, Rick Daniels, Jared Hoffmaster, Bob Brewer and Ross Daniels; back row, Kim Losik, Jason Leach and Bradley Brewer. Rick Daniels and Bob Brewer at co-owners of R & R Trailers and the rest pictured are members of the River Country Sports Commission Board of
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Sports Complex at Armstrong Park continues to flourish as its development nears completion with another local business supporting the cause. Rick Daniels and Bob Brewer, co-owners of R & R Trailers, made a donation of $40,000 towards the construction of three...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Members of the Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team participate in a drill at a recent practice. The Wildcats will open their season at Plainwell Wednesday in a Wolverine Conference match.
THREE RIVERS — When Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer released Executive Order 176 last Thursday, it was the news everyone had been waiting weeks to hear. The new executive order allows all sports, including football, to move forward and be administered by Michigan High School Athletic Association...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Jayley Zeimet from Three Rivers putts on the No. 10 green on the back nine  at Sauganash Golf Club against Coldwater on Thursday.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf team was dealt a 4-1 non-conference loss Thursday in a Match-Play event against Coldwater at Sauganash Golf Club. Isabella Hoxie collected the lone point for Three Rivers after defeating her Coldwater opponent 2 & 1. In other matches, Jayley...
HILLSDALE — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ tennis team returned home from Hillsdale Thursday with a 4-4 tie in a non-conference match. All four of the Wildcats’ victories came in singles play. At No. 1 singles, Riley Lewis from Three Rivers defeated Xander Sallows 0-6, 7-5, 10-1. At No. 2, Brady...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - The 2020 Three Rivers High School girls cross country team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Lauren Wills Natalie Kelley Jennifer Hernandez-Medina and Chloe Hewitt; middle row, Cecelia Kangas, Faith Sheagren, Karlie Burks, Shaeleigh Gahan and Emily Ventrone; back row, Emily Avery, Ava Glass, Mikayla Copley, Emma Stasiuk, Kerrigan Borst, Anezka Pradna and head coach Josh Bell. Not pictured: Lydia Evans and Andrea Bell.
THREE RIVERS — As he begins his 10th season as girls’ cross country coach at Three Rivers, Josh Bell knows it might be the most challenging one. For starters, like all teams around the state, the Lady Cats understand a full season is not a guarantee due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Secondly,...
Photo provided by Mark Zeimet - Max Levanduski of Three Rivers hits an iron shot during Wednesday’s junior varsity match at Green Valley Golf Course in Sturgis.
STURGIS — The Three Rivers junior varsity girls’ golfers competed in an event Wednesday host by Sturgis at Green Valley Golf Course. Two Wildcat golfers recorded career lows. Laynie Zabonick finished in a tie for sixth place with a 52, including a birdie on the No. 6 hole. Sophia Bell finished in a...

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