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PLAINWELL — After spending nine months watching from the sidelines, Bryce Morlan was eager to get back onto the football field for Three Rivers to begin the 2018 season. Morlan, who suffered a torn ACL in the ninth week of the 2017 season, made a triumphant return at Streidl Field catching four...
PLAINWELL — Plainwell has dominated in the football series against Wolverine Conference rival Three Rivers, winning six out of the last seven meetings between the two schools. When the two rivals lock horns again tonight at 7 p.m. in the season opener at Jack Streidl Field, Three Rivers will be...
Football Plainwell at Three Rivers freshmen, 4:30 p.m. Plainwell at Three Rivers JV, 6:15 p.m. Girls’ golf Three Rivers at Sturgis Jamboree, Island Hills, 4 p.m. Boys’ soccer Constantine at Bridgman, 5 p.m. Marcellus at Hartford, 5 p.m.  
Cross country Mendon at Three Rivers Big Hill Invitational, Meyer-Broadway Park, 5 p.m.
BEDFORD — The high school girls’ golf season got underway with Three Rivers finishing ninth in Tuesday’s Gull Lake Scott Family Invitational held at Bedford Valley Golf Club and hosted by Gull Lake. Mark Zeimet’s Lady Wildcats finished with a team score of 458 in the 18-hole event.   Please see...
CENTREVILLE — Hunter and Jakob Zona, of Centreville, represented Glen Oaks Community College in the Michigan College Bass Tour this season. This past weekend was their Classic Tournament where they took first place, a prize that included a new Bass Tracker Heritage boat. In addition, Team Zona was...
MENDON — Wyatt Cool is a national wrestling champion. The recent Mendon High School graduate captured an individual national title in the 187-pound weight division in the NUWAY Summer Nationals last weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Cool traveled to the tournament as part of Michigan Team...
THREE RIVERS — If Monday’s initial football practice is any indication, the Three Rivers Wildcats have that special something to make the 2018 season a memorable one.   Please see Tuesday's print or e-edition for full article.
COLON — Colon’s football program enters a new era today. The Magi, under third-year head coach Robbie Hattan, are joining an increasing number of Division 8 schools opting to make the transition from 11-player to eight-man football. Shortly after concluding the 2017 season, Colon school officials...
THREE RIVERS — The day high school football teams around the state have been waiting for has finally arrived. Today is the first official day 11-man and eight-player football teams in Michigan can officially start practice in preparation for the 2018 season, which kicks off Thursday, Aug. 23....

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