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Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Senior Carson Cupp (50) from Mendon scores two points in front of Comstock defending JR Kellum.
MENDON — Comstock broke open a close game with a 20-1 run during the second quarter and cruised to an eventual 64-28 win at Mendon Thursday. The Colts held a three-point edge over the Hornets, 13-10, after one quarter. Following its big offensive explosion in the second quarter,  Comstock took  a...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Mendon freshman forward Makenna Mullin (14) fights Braille Wood (10) and Neah Jain (34) for a rebound in the lane Wednesday.
MENDON — Mendon’s girls baskeball team earned its fifth win of the season with a 34-26 non-conference victory at home over Quincy Wednesday. Mendon, now 5-1, grabbed a 4-1 lead after the opening eight minutes and increase its advantage to 15-7 entering halftime. Quincy went on a 17-5 run in the...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College womens’ volleyball team lost in three straight sets Tuesday at home to  Grand Rapids Community College 19-25, 21-25, 19-25. The Lady Vikings fall to 4-2 overall and 3-2 in the Western Conference. Abbie Harpenau had seven kills  for Glen Oaks. Soyer...
MOUNT PLEASANT — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s basketball team dropped a 92-80 Western Conference decision at Mid-Michigan Community College Tuesday. The loss drops the Vikings to 0-8 overall and 0-3 in the league. Tyquez Priester poured in 28 points and hauled down nine rebounds for Glen...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Howardsville Christian junior  Charlie Isham (30) finds himself pressured near the basket by Niles Brandywine defenders KendallChrismon Jr., right, and teammate Joshua Posey.
HOWARDSVILLE — Niles Brandywine handed the Howardsville Christian School boys’ basketball team a 63-34 BCS non-divisional  loss at home Tuesday. The Bobcats took a 22-17 lead over the Eagles after one period, led 31-23 at halftime and 46 -28 through three periods. Josh Parks had 15 points and...
Photo provided by Don Price - The 2020-21 Marcellus varsity girls basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Gabby High, Clare Flory. Hannah Wildes and Emma Holmes; back row, Brooklyn VanTilburg, Abby Voss, Rachel Mihills, Jenna Wells and Allison Daugherty.
MARCELLUS — Don Price has already seen an improvement by his Marcellus girls’ basketball team at the offensive end. “We had a tough time putting the ball in the basket last year and that reflected in our overall record,” Price said. Marcellus finished 8-12 overall and finished sixth in the...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - The 2020-21 Marcellus varsity boys’ basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Ethan Bateman, Andrew Brewer, Ethan Borger, Drake Surach and Ashton Weston; back row, assistant coach Chris Reed, Seth Lansdale, Jaxon VanTilburg, Gavin Etter, Brady Ferguson, Wyatt Haas, head coach Troy Kahler and assistant coach Christian Hudson.
MARCELLUS —Troy Kahler expects his Marcellus boys’ basketball team to pile up a few more wins before this season ends. The Wildcats, 3-4, graduated sharpshooting Kaehler Stafne from last year’s 18-5 squad but the veteran Marcellus coach returns nine seniors on a 10-man roster. Duplicating last year...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers sophomore guard Gabby Charvat (12) defends the paint against a shot by Ella Castalucci (3) from Edwardsburg in the first half Monday.
THREE RIVERS — After digging an early nine-point deficit, Three Rivers fed off the energy of seniors Kali Heivilin and Alivia Knapp and rallied in the second half for an eventual 50-39 Wolverine Conference win at home over Edwardsburg Monday. Heivilin, a 5-foot-9 four-year starting forward, poured...
Photo provided by Glen Oaks Athletic Department - David Victor
CENTREVILLE — Glen Oaks Community College has announced that men’s basketball coach David Victor is stepping down to pursue other opportunities. “I would like to thanks President Dr. David Devier, Athletic Director Matt Brawley, formet Athletic Director Courtney Ivan and all my current and former...
MILLINGTON, TENN. — The Glen Oaks  Community College baseball team officially opened its 2021 season losing the first three games of its Spring Trip in Millington, Tenn.  Scott Chase’s Vikings lost its opener on Friday 13-6 to Arkansas Rich Mountain College. Mendon native Cole Decker suffered the...

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