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MENDON — Mendon’s volleyball team defeated Athens Thursday night 25-9, 25-17, 25-27, 25-19. Kaley Smith had 27 digs, one ace and two kills for Mendon. Megann Leighton chipped in 28 kills and three blocks. Hannah Duchene had 12 kills, four aces and one block. Cassie Plummer finished with 44 assists...
Special teams - Deion Deans (4) of Three Rivers tries to run past South Haven defender Faylin Goodwin (18).  Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
SOUTH HAVEN — Ratliffe Field was far from a safe place for the host South Haven Rams in Friday night’s Wolverine Conference football clash with Three Rivers. The Wildcats used a balanced offensive attack to sour the Rams’ mood and ruined South Haven’s Homecoming festivities with a 38-6 win. Three...
Top rusher - Hunter Rummler (5) from White Pigeon runs around the left end for substantial yardage in the Chiefs’ 35-8 win over Bronson.  Photo provided
WHITE PIGEON — White Pigeon’s football team outrushed visiting Bronson 347-200 and went on to post a 35-8 BCS League Red Division win Friday. Hunter Rummler of White Pigeon scored on runs of 80, 72 and 60 yards and finished with nine carries for 250 yards. Carlos Castro rushed for over 52 yards...
Three Rivers 38, South Haven 6 Mendon 34, New Buffalo 0 Constantine 48, Fennville 19 Colon 75, North Adams 0 White Pigeon 35, Bronson 8 Cassopolis 54, Centreville 0 Schoolcraft 42, Gobles 0
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers will host a Division 3 boys’ tennis regional on Thursday. The tournament will begin at 8:30 a.m. Vicksburg High School’s courts will also be utilized for some of the first-round matches as well.
KALAMAZOO — The Glen Oaks Community College women’s volleyball team dropped a 21-25, 23-25, 19-25 decision at Kalamazoo Valley Community College Tuesday. Calsey Gruzdov had 13 kills and nine digs for Glen Oaks. Leslie Roberts added 22 assists. Allison McKibbin kicked in three kills and four digs....
Two major golf events were reported in newspapers, on radio, and TV around the world. The recent death of golf great Arnold Palmer touched the lives of millions of people and “The spirit of the game.” The 42nd playing of the Ryder Cup this past weekend reached millions of viewers on television,...
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CENTREVILLE — Baseball continues to open new opportunities for 15-year-old Centreville High School freshman Seth Chiddister. While playing summer ball for Team Kalamazoo, Chiddister earned six MVP awards in Game Day USA sponsored tournament games. Each coach at those tournaments picks a player...

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