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CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College women’s basketball team earned a 65-53 win at home Saturday over Wayne County Community College District. Kimah Stribling had 19 points, four rebounds, four assists, one steal and one block for Glen Oaks. Tayler Coe added 13 points, eight rebounds, one...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s basketball team dropped its home opener Saturday with a 78-65 loss to Wayne County Community College District. Chris Oakley poured in 22 points for Glen Oaks, now 0-1. AJ Gary added 19 points for the Vikings who trailed their guests 35-22 at...
CLIMAX — There are no slouches as the Class D state volleyball tournament moves into its final week. Canton Plymouth Christian Academy (29-10-3) battles Mendon (42-8-6) in a state quarterfinals match Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Climax-Scotts. The winner advances to Friday’s 3:45 p.m. state semifinal...
CENTREVILLE — When the Glen Oaks Viking Men’s basketball team took the court this Saturday in its home opener, the team played on the newly refurbished “Ken Schuler Court.” The hardwood gym floor was restored over the past summer to a shiny, smooth and colorful gloss thanks to a donation in the...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville High School volleyball standout Hannah Marchand will head south to continue her academic and athletic career. The 5-foot-11 Marchand, a three-year varsity player at Centreville after playing her freshman season at Sturgis, signed a national letter of intent Friday to play...
BELLEVUE — Mendon’s aggression at the net led the Lady Hornets volleyball team to a three-game sweep of defensive minded Athens 25-22, 25-17, 25-21 in Thursday’s Class D regional championship at Bellevue High School. It marks the fifth straight regional championship for Mendon. The Lady Hornets,...
Cierra Nightingale (5) positions herself to record a kill for Mendon in Tuesday’s win over Battle Creek St. Philip at Bellevue in the regional semifinals. Nightingale and her Lady Hornet teammates face Athens tonight at 7 p.m. to decide the regional championship.
BELLEVUE — Bill Trenary called his Mendon volleyball team’s 25-14, 25-18, 25-18 win over long-time nemesis Battle Creek St. Philip a project in the making. St. Philip, which won 10 consecutive Class D state titles between 2005-2014, had defeated Mendon in the state quarterfinals the past two years...
LAWTON — The Centreville varsity volleyball team has a lot to be proud of. Although it wasn’t quite how the Lady Bulldogs (34-14-5) its season end in Tuesday’s Class C regional semifinals with a loss to the Kalamazoo Christian Comets 25-23, 15-25, 21-25, 19-25. Kalamazoo Christian advances to...
THREE RIVERS — Mae B. Wright and Ken I. Callum both tied for first in Week 11 of our high school football forecast. Mae and Ken both finished 2-0 on the week correctly predicting Climax-Scotts to defeat Mendon in the Division 8 district championship. Both of them were correct predicting Jackson...

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