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THREE RIVERS — Kim Losik is hoping his Three Rivers varsity baseball team has finally found a groove at just the right time. Three Rivers finished off a successful week by sweeping a Wolverine Conference doubleheader at home Friday against Plainwell, 9-0 and 4-3 in eight innings. The two...
BATTLE CREEK — The Three Rivers junior varsity baseball team lost both games it played Saturday in the Battle Creek Lakeview Tournament. In its first game, Three Rivers lost to Battle Creek Lakeview 8-5. The Wildcats had nine hits, including a double and triple by Richard Scare. Andrew Rodaks had...
VICKSBURG — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ tennis team dropped an 8-0 Wolverine Conference decision at Vicksburg Friday in a makeup match. At No. 1 singles, Erin Taylor of Three Rivers lost to Josephine Hosner 6-1, 6-7 (5-7), 2-6. At No. 2 singles, Sidnee Arney of Three Rivers fell to Makenna...
KALAMAZOO — Centreville’s golf team finished second in Friday’s BCS East Jamboree held at Eastern Hills Golf Course. Parchment shot a first-place score of 183. Centreville and Comtock were next with 196. The Bulldogs, however, took the runner-up spot based on the fifth-man tiebreaker. Bronson (...
JACKSON — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s golf team competed in Friday’s Jackson Community College Invitational. Scott Saunders’ Vikings only had two players available, so Glen Oaks did not post a team score. Grand Rapids won the 18-hole event with a score of 288. Matt Orwig of Grand...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College softball team lost both games of a doubleheader at home Friday to Lake Michigan College 8-0 and 16-5. Both games went just five innings. In the opener, Tayler Coe singled, had one stolen base and broke up a no-hit bid by LMC’s Anna Riggenbach. Coe...
JT Hack of Three Rivers dives back into first base safely on a pickoff attempt by Plainwell’s pitcher. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
Three Rivers’ leftfielder Summer Guthrie fields a line drive against Plainwell. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
Glen Oaks Community College sophomore softball player and leftfielder Madison Campbell (2) throws the ball back into the infield after picking up a line drive. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
KALAMAZOO — Friday’s Don Lukens Invitational hosted by Kalamazoo Loy-Norrix had the feel of a regional track and field meet. Three Rivers competed against a field that included 10 Division 1 schools and six Division 2 schools. Although the Wildcats finished in ninth place in the girls’ meet with...

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