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Photo provided by Three Rivers Athletics - The Three Rivers varsity boys’ bowling team finished second in Friday’s Wolverine Conference Tournament at Airway Lanes in Portage, but repeat as league champions after finishing the league dual-meet season unbeaten.
PORTAGE — Three Rivers has  repeated as the Wolverine Conference champions in boys’ bowling. Jim Tolfree’s Wildcats lost in the finals of Friday’s league championship meet to Allegan to finish second in the tournament. However, the Wildcats repeat as league champion after finishing the dual-meet...
Photo provided  - Justin Wickey from Colon attempts a shot in Friday’s game against Bellevue.
CENTREVILLE  — Centreville avenged  an earlier-season loss to Cassopolis with a 54-35 home boys’ basketball win Saturday. Matt Price’s Bulldogs (8-1) jumped out to a 17-7 first-quarter lead and took a 27-16 halftime advantage. The hosts outscored their visitors 27-19 in the second half. Matt...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College women’s volleyball team defeated visiting Lake Michigan College 25-11, 25-21, 25-19 Tuesday at home. Leading the Lady Vikings in kills were Abbie Harpenau with 15. Sydneyt Knitter added seven and Soyer Barnett finished with five. Harpenau also had seven...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville’s wrestling team split a pair of Southwest 10 Conference home meets Wednesday. The Bulldogs defeated Marcellus 30-24 and lost to Bangor 48-30. Finishing 2-0 on the night for Centreville were Lucas Brooks at 140 pounds, Jadon Brooks (145), Chaseton Wyckoff (152) and Braylen...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Senior center Bryce VanderWiere (42) from Schoolcraft releases a shot over Benton Harbor’s Javaughn Kuykendoll (12) in the first half Thursday.
SCHOOLCRAFT — Randy Small knew his Schoolcraft boys’ basketball team would need stiff competition outside of the Southwestern Athletic Conference Valley Division to prepare the Eagles for the upcoming Division 3 state tournament. To remedy the situation, Jeff Clark, Schoolcraft’s athletic director...
BLOOMINGDALE — Centreville boys’s basketball team ran past Bloomingdale 76-54 Tuesday in a Southwest 10 Conference game. Tyler Swanwick poured in 17 points for Centreville, Gunner Bunning added 16, Dylan Palmer contributed 12 and Matt Lorencz scored 10.  Howardsville Christian 59, Eau Claire 53...
CONSTANTINE — Basketball teams rely heavily on their seniors and Hannah Outlaw and Leah Dumm filled that  role well in Tuesday’s 63-27 win by Constantine at home over  Delton-Kellogg. Outlaw poured in 20 points to go with seven rebounds,  three assists and four steals. Dumm added 17 points and...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Macy Ivins (10) from Three Rivers releases a shot in the first half against Vicksburg Wednesday.
THREE RIVERS — With the postseason approaching, Three Rivers’ coach Jason Bingaman knew his Lady Cats basketball team needed a tough and physical game to prepare. Three Rivers got all the push it wanted in Wednesday’s Wolverine Conference clash at home with back-yard rival Vicksburg and met the...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s basketball team lost at home Friday to Grand Rapids Community College 70-45. The loss drops the Vikings to 0-4 in the Western Conference and 0-9 overall. Da'Vion Lane led Glen Oaks with 15 points and four rebounds. Javyon Johnson added 10 points...
MUSKEGON — The Glen Oaks Community College womens’ volleyball team dropped a 16-25, 16-25,  32-30,  21-25 decision Friday at Muskegon Community College. Glen  Oaks record is now 4-3. Abbie Harpenau led Glen Oaks and Sydney Knitter had 10 kills each and Karsyn Draime added eight. Harpenau also...

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