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THREE RIVERS — Brayden Lake hit a 10-foot jump shot at the buzzer, lifting Niles to a thrilling 63-62 non-conference boys’ basketball overtime win Tuesday over host Three Rivers at the Purple Palace. It was a disappointing end to a game that Three Rivers dominated inside the paint. But Brian Burg’...
THREE RIVERS — With three of its five starters returning, Three Rivers begins the 2018-19 boys’ basketball season tonight at home against Niles. The non-league game can be heard live on WRCI-FM Radio (97.1) in Three Rivers with airtime scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Mark Taylor and Scott Karle will...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine’s girls’ basketball team trounced Lawrence 42-29 in a SAC non-divisional win Friday at home. “We played a well-balanced game tonight. We still have a lot of work to do and finding our groove is taking some time,” said Constantine coach Rachel Schlosser, whose team...
THREE RIVERS — Hadley Miller wasted little time getting her first points of the new basketball season. Three Rivers’ 5-foot-10 sophomore converted a layup on the Lady Cats’ first possession, less than 20 seconds into the contest for a quick 2-0 lead. Miller, in fact, contributed a total of 12 of...
THREE RIVERS — Coming off a late surge last season, the Three Rivers Lady Cats varsity girls’ basketball team hopes to begin the 2017-18 season in a similar fashion. It all started Thursday at home for Three Rivers in a Wolverine Conference matchup at 7 p.m. against Vicksburg. Three Rivers...
Centreville sophomore Joanna Larsen (11) drives to the basket for two points in front of Constantine defender Baylee Bacheller. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger  
THREE RIVERS — At that time of year when people are in the spirit of giving, members of the Three Rivers High School varsity boys and girls basketball teams and the coaching staff are giving back to the community. The Wildcat teams and their coaches are serving as mentors in the Three Rivers...
THREE RIVERS — Armstrong Field was a special place to play the past four years for Three Rivers senior offensive and defensive lineman Tyler Moore. Moore, a 5-foot-11, 235-pound three-year starter for the Wildcats, was part of Three Rivers’ senior class that never lost a single game at home field...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers High School senior volleyball standout Tessa Hawkins is taking her talent on the court to the next level. Hawkins’ family and friends will be able to see her play at the collegiate level next fall after the All-Wolverine Conference libero officially signed a national...

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