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MARCELLUS — Led by a rushing attack that produced 356 yards, Marcellus rolled past visiting Bloomingdale 30-6 last Friday in a Southwest 10 Conference game. The win improved A.J. High’s Wildcats to 2-3 in the league. After a scoreless first quarter, Marcellus scored once in the second to take a 6...
VICKSBURG — Three Rivers participated Wednesday in the eighth Wolverine Conference girls’ golf jamboree hosted by Vicksburg at States Golf Course. Three Rivers finished fourth with a score of 216. Lady Cats’ senior Erin Taylor was a medalist in the meet, firing a score of 38 for the nine-hole...
BANGOR — The Marcellus varsity soccer team dropped a 4-2 decision Wednesday at Bangor. One of Marcellus’ goals was scored by a Bangor player. Senior Ian Mello was credited with the other goal for Marcellus.
WATERVLIET — Constantine’s boys cross country finished second in Wednesday’s SAC Jamboree hosted by Watervliet. The Falcon boys were runners-up with 82 points. Saugatuck (24) won the meet. Schoolcraft (205) took eighth. Quiten Prieur of Constantine finished fourth with a time of 17:46.08. Also...
THREE RIVERS — Controlling your own destiny. That statement might be the most overused sports cliché, but it certainly applies to the Three Rivers football team. J.J. Wagner’s Wildcats are in a perfect position entering the sixth week of the season. Three Rivers begins a three-game home stand...
KALAMAZOO — The Glen Oaks Community College volleyball team continued its winning ways Tuesday with a 25-19, 25-16, 25-12 Western Conference win at Kalamazoo Valley Community College. Calsey Gruzdov led Glen Oaks with 16 kills while Amber Martin chipped in 10, and Paige Engdahl had nine. Carly...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ tennis team dropped a 5-3 decision at home Wednesday to the Edwardsburg Eddies. At No. 1 singles, Tyler Seifert of Three Rivers lost to Austin Hurt 6-7, 6-4, 4-6. At No. 2, Jacob Turner of Three Rivers defeated Mason Marazita 6-1, 6-2. At No. 3, Calvin...
ALLEGAN — The Three Rivers cross country beat Allegan 17-44 Tuesday for its first Wolverine Conference and overall win of the season. “Getting our top three runners into the first three places really helped secure the win, but we had three other girls who really ran well too, placing them in front...
PAW PAW — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team dropped a 3-1 Wolverine Conference decision at Paw Paw Wednesday. All the scoring took place in the first half. The Redskins took a 1-0 lead after scoring in the 34-minute mark in the opening half. Lucas Jenkins of Three Rivers briefly tied...

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