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Chipping away - Three Rivers senior Sydney Ruth chips onto the green in Friday’s opening 18 holes in the Division 3 state girls’ golf finals at Bedford Valley Golf Course in Bedford near Battle Creek.  Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
BATTLE CREEK — A crisp fall air greeted participating teams and individuals as the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 3 state girls’ golf finals got underway Friday morning at Bedford Valley Golf Course in Battle Creek. The excitement of being on prep golf’s biggest stage is...
Edwardsburg 38, Three Rivers 0 Mendon 48, Centreville 0 Muskegon Heights 40, Colon 22 Schoolcraft 20, Constantine 10 White Pigeon 51, Three Oaks River Valley 0
Eddies too strong for Wildcats EDWARDSBURG — Edwardsburg’s football team showed Three Rivers Friday why they have dominated the Wolverine Conference the past few years. Kevin Bartz’s Eddies, now 8-0, were the aggressors in a 38-0 win over the visiting Wildcats at Leo Hoffman Stadium. Edwardsburg...
Bound for the end zone - Ricky Clark (4) of Schoolcraft sprints down the sidelines on his way to a 45-yard touchdown run in the first half against Constantine Friday.  Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
SCHOOLCRAFT — The Schoolcraft Eagles football team wasn’t about to let this one slip through its hands. Sparked by an early first-quarter turnover, Terry Haas’ Division 6 No. 3-ranked Eagles flew to a 20-10 Southwestern Athletic Conference non-divisional win Friday at Roy Davis Field. “A lot of...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers junior varsity football team suffered a 64-26 Wolverine Conference loss at home Thursday to Edwardsburg. Edwardsburg led 12-6 after one quarter, took a 40-20 lead into halftime and extended its margin to 56-26 after three quarters. Nolan Mark scored Three Rivers’...
EDWARDSBURG — The Three Rivers varsity volleyball team lost to Edwardsburg in four sets Thursday 18-25, 22-25, 26-24, 14-25. Abby Springer was the standout on the night for Three Rivers with eight kills from the middle while hitting at a sizzling .737 percentage. Middle hitters Hadley Miller had...
DOWAGIAC — The Three Rivers boys’ cross country team finished fifth out of 11 schools Thursday in the Dowagiac Rock-N-Run Invitational. St. Joseph won the meet with 44 points. Constantine earned fourth with 132 and White Pigeon finished 11th with 319 points. Jon Scare finished 11th individual in...
SCHOOLCRAFT — Long-time football rivals Constantine and Schoolcraft meet again tonight with plenty riding on the outcome. Kick-off time at Roy Davis Field in Schoolcraft is 7 p.m. The Eagles and Falcons, former rivals in the St. Joe Valley League and Kalamazoo Valley Association and now the...
MUSKEGON — The Glen Oaks Community College women’s volleyball team dropped a 10-25, 17-25, 19-25 decision Thursday at Muskegon Community College. Calsey Gruzdov had eight kills, two blocks and four digs for Glen Oaks. Allison McKibbin added two kills and four digs. Olivia DePriest had eight kills...
BATTLE CREEK — On Friday morning, Bob Bales returns to the course where he played in his final high school golf match. It was 41 years ago that Bales, a high school senior in 1975, played in the Michigan High School Athletic Association with Three Rivers’ state-qualifying boys’ team at Bedford...

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