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By Scott Hassinger Sports Editor CENTREVILLE — Anything can happen at any time. That’s what Scott Logan, Centreville’s third-year softball coach, likes the most about the sport. Centreville returns eight letterwinners off a team that dropped a heartbreaking 1-0 decision to Decatur in the...
THREE RIVERS — Last season the Three Rivers boys’ track and field team was young without a returning state qualifier. A year later Alex Schmidtendorff’s squad is still dominated by underclassmen only this time the Wildcats come into the 2018 season with a bit more experience. Three Rivers...
THREE RIVERS — James Phillips expects the Three Rivers girls’ track and field team to be challenging for a Wolverine Conference championship again this spring. There will be some obstacles for the Lady Wildcats to overcome first before they are able to do that. “This season I expect our pole...
THREE RIVERS — With eight of her nine starters returning, Three Rivers varsity girls’ softball coach Kendra Kutz expects her Lady Cats to be a fun team to watch this spring. Three Rivers has high expectations after finishing the 2017 season with a 24-12 overall record, including a 11-7 mark for a...
MENDON — With six returning starters, first-year Mendon co-softball coaches Steve Butler and Mike Smith are feeling confident about the 2018 season. The Lady Hornets, who finished 18-16 overall and advanced to the state quarterfinals last season, must rely more heavily on its defense this season...
CONSTANTINE — A talented core of returners along with a gifted freshman class of athletes has Constantine girls’ track and field team aiming for a higher finish in the SAC standings this spring. Constantine returns several key performers from a team that earned fifth out of 19 schools in the SAC...
DELTON — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ soccer team dropped its season opener Wednesday at Delton-Kellogg, 2-1. Delton-Kellogg built a 2-0 lead after the first half. Three Rivers got its lone goal of the match in the second half from junior Kelsey Barrett off an assist by freshman Illy Taylor.
MENDON — Fans of Mendon baseball can expect to see a typical Hornets’ team on the diamond this spring. “People can expect to see a Mendon team that throws strikes, plays solid defense, and runs the bases aggressively,” said veteran head coach Glen Samson, who begins his 28 season with a glittering...
THREE RIVERS — It’s always been Erin Taylor’s pattern to set high goals for herself academically and in athletics throughout her high school career at Three Rivers. Taylor’s hard work and dedication has landed her an opportunity to continue her golf career and studies at the Division III level at...
WHITE PIGEON — First-year White Pigeon baseball coach Dan Carr knows rebuilding the Chiefs’ program will be a lengthy process, but he’s excited about the enthusiasm his young team has shown so far in the preseason. Carr, a White Pigeon alumnus, begins his first year as Chiefs’ head coach. He...

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