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Photo provided - Former Three Rivers golf standout Daniel Grace watches the flight of his ball off the tee during a recent round of golf at Pine View Golf Club in Three Rivers.
CENTREVILLE — Daniel Grace will be resuming his competitive golf career shortly. Grace, a 2016 Three Rivers High School graduate, recently signed a national letter of intent to compete for the Glen Oaks Community College men’s golf team for the 2020-21 season. A former regional qualifier and a two-...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - A pair of Glen Oaks Community College volleyball players block a kill by a player from Kalamazoo Valley Community College during the 2019 season.
CENTREVILLE — The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every single level in the world of collegiate sports. The National Junior College Athletic Association, along with the Michigan Community College Athletic Association, was one of the first to postpone all athletic events to later in the 2020-21...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers volleyball players play a point out during Wednesday’s first practice.
THREE RIVERS — For now, most of the high school fall sports remains intact. On Friday afternoon, however, the Michigan High School Athletic Association announced it will move the football season to the Spring of 2021 due to its higher risk for spreading COVID-19. “At the end of the day, we did...
Tristen Shimel
MENDON — Tristen Shimel is proud to be the winner of the 2020 Mendon Gatorman Award. Shimel begins his third season of varsity football and is excited for his senior year, if his Hornets’ football ends up being able to step onto the field this fall. The Gatorman Competition is a three-day test of...
Photo provided - Jerry Wright
THREE RIVERS — Not much of anything in our lives can be called normal these days; like a standard, rule, or pattern. Anything that is considered status quo (the current state, existing state, of peoples lives) we are resistant to changing what we are accustomed to. Pick your own status quo in...
Commercial-News | - Scott Hassinger Three Rivers senior Ryan Nowicki works on improving coordination and footwork during a drill in Monday’s practice.
THREE RIVERS — Like most seniors entering his final football season, Ryan Nowicki has high aspirations for 2020. Nowicki, a 5-foot-11, 170-pounder is projected to be a starter at center or tight end and at linebacker. Right now, Nowicki and his teammates are just clinging to the hope of having a...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Reilly Loveland, seated, signs a national letter of intent to continue his academic and golf career at Glen Oaks Community College; back row, Ed Culp, GOCC men’s golf coach, Andrew Loveland, Reilly’s father, and GOCC Athletic Director Matt Brawley.
CENTREVILLE — Ed Culp’s recruiting class for his 2020-21 Glen Oaks Community College men’s golf team continues to grow. Culp recently signed three more players to boost his roster to five players. The Vikings’ head coach expects to add at least one more recruit before the start of the first...
Photo provided by Matt Stofer - Alexis Yelland has been hired as a full-time athletic trainer for Three Rivers Athletics. She will begin her duties on Monday, Aug. 17.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Athletic Department has announced Alexis Yelland as the schools’ new head athletic trainer. This marks a change in direction with the partnership through the Bronson Athletic Training Network of a two-year Graduate Assistant position, Yelland will be a full-time...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Mendon senior Gracie Russel sets the ball for a teammate in the 2019 Division 4 state girls volleyball championship match against Leland at the Battle Creek Kellogg Arena.
EAST LANSING —The Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association today approved the next steps in returning sports for member schools, adopting a plan to phase in competition for Fall sports in hopes of continuing to deter the spread of COVID-19...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Pictured is Constantine High School. Constantine, along with Marcellus and Sturgis, are three of the 150 MHSAA member schools receiving free Pixellot Production Units through a New NFHS Network Program.
EAST LANSING — The Michigan High School Athletic Association announced Monday a new program that will enable its member schools that currently lack production capabilities to receive up to two free Pixellot automated production units for use in their primary sports venues. The program is being...

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