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THREE RIVERS — Our panel of local high school football experts will be striving to improve on last week’s performance as the season moves into its third week. Willie B. Wrong,  Ollie The Optimist, Mae B. Wright and Slim Pickens all finished 7-3 with their picks in week two. Here we go with this...
Commercial-News | Scott  Hassinger - Connor Quake (9) from Three Rivers tackles a VIcksburg ballcarrier last Friday.
THREE RIVERS —Friday’s football foe resembles a team the Three Rivers Wildcats know very well. Themselves. Parma Jackson County Western (2-0) visits Three Rivers (0-2) for a non-league test, the first ever between the two schools, Friday at 7 p.m. on Homecoming Night. In Wolverine Conference games...
EAST LANSING —The Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association has approved an adjusted format for this season’s 11 and 8-Player Football Playoffs to accommodate the shortened regular season that began late due to COVID-19-related restrictions earlier this fall. All...
Photo provided  - Centreville's Braylen Wyckoff attempts to break free from a tackle by White Pigeon's Dylan Carper on Friday night.
CENTREVILLE — Friday’s Southwest 10 Conference football game turned out to be the defensive battle everyone expected. After pounding Decatur 52-0 in its season opener a week ago, Centreville found it much more difficult to reach the endzone against visiting White Pigeon on Friday, but two scores...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Connor Quake (9) from Three Rivers tackles a Vicksburg  ballcarrier Friday.
VICKSBURG — Friday’s Battle for the Swinebone at Vicksburg was, well, bad all the way down to the bone for visiting Three Rivers. J.J. Wagner’s Wildcats came out extremely flat and gave the host Bulldogs great field position in the first half and took an eventual 43-0 pounding at the hands of its...
Photo provided - Jerry Wright
THREE RIVERS — This could be headlined as Matt Hillman Year at Sauganash Golf Club. Hillman recently defeated Mitch Wolf for the Match-Play Club Championship that spanned more than two months of play before they came through their early matches, closely challenged, but unscathed, to play the final...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Seth Luegge from Three Rivers picks up valuable seconds on his final time in the last quarter mile of Tuesday’s cross country race at Meyer-Broadway Park.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity boys and girls cross country teams came away with a sweep over Wolverine Conference foe Edwardsburg Tuesday at Meyer-Broadway Park. Three Rivers defeated Edwardsburg 15-60 in the boys’ race, while the Lady Cats earned a 23-36 win over the Eddies. Tyler Norton...
VICKSBURG — The Three Rivers varsity volleyball team improved to 7-1 overall with a 27-25, 25-22, 25-22 Thursday in Wolverine Conference action. Gabby Charvat had six kills and four blocks for the Lady Cats. Kali Heivilin added 15 kills, three blocks and seven digs. Shantel Blyly tossed in 13 digs...
Commecial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers junior varsity quarterback and freshman Caleb Quake outruns the Vicksburg defense to the end zone in Thursday’s 30-22 home loss to Vicksburg at Armstrong Field.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers junior varsity football team was defeated at home Thursday by Vicksburg 30-22. Vicksburg ran 59 total plays and rolled up 342 yards of total offense compared to 33 plays and 225 yards on offense for Three Rivers, now 1-1 overall. Three Rivers quarterback Caleb Quake...
THREE RIVERS — Never count the Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team out. Trailing visiting Paw Paw 3-0 at halftime, Three Rivers came out to dominate play in the second half and earn a 3-3 tie with its Wolverine Conference foe at Armstrong Field. Two of Paw Paw’s three goals in  the first half...

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