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CENTREVILLE — Passionate is a word family and friends used most to describe how Steve Quake approached life. Quake, 63, lost a lengthy battle with cancer last week. Football was one of Quake’s biggest passions outside work and family and the youth in Centreville benefitted from his 32-year...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers’ football team built a large first-half lead and coasted to an eventual 40-0 Wolverine Conference win over the Sturgis Trojans Friday night at Armstrong Field. The win keeps Three Rivers unbeaten at 3-0. Sturgis drops to 1-2. Three Rivers win extended its streak of...
WHITE PIGEON — White Pigeon’s cross country teams are young, but are looking to gain experience to achieve high goals at the end of the season. Pete Mestelle begins his 19th season as White Pigeon’s head boys’ and girls’ coach with high expectations for his Chiefs. White Pigeon’s boys’ team has...
THREE RIVERS — Even after just a couple meets, the Three Rivers girls’ cross country team is already showing they have built a strong foundation for a successful season in 2018. “Our team strengths are our summer training, team camaraderie and the girls give all they have in practice,” said Josh...
THREE RIVERS — A great love for the game, commitment and raw athleticism has first-year Three Rivers varsity volleyball coach Lauren Cholometes excited about how the Lady Cats’ have started the season. Three Rivers, currently 1-0 in the Wolverine Conference and 8-8-1 overall, is implementing a lot...
THREE RIVERS — With the support of a boisterous crowd Three Rivers’ varsity volleyball team came away with a sweep of Dowagiac 25-19, 25-22, 25-16 Wednesday in the Wolverine Conference opener. “I told the girls at the end that I thought it was a great collective effort,” said Three Rivers first-...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine’s football season started on a better note Friday night, than when it ended last fall. Constantine, which lost its last five games in 2017 and missed the playoffs for the first time in 18 seasons, came out of the gates quickly and never let up as it smothered visiting...
PLAINWELL — After spending nine months watching from the sidelines, Bryce Morlan was eager to get back onto the football field for Three Rivers to begin the 2018 season. Morlan, who suffered a torn ACL in the ninth week of the 2017 season, made a triumphant return at Streidl Field catching four...
PLAINWELL — Plainwell has dominated in the football series against Wolverine Conference rival Three Rivers, winning six out of the last seven meetings between the two schools. When the two rivals lock horns again tonight at 7 p.m. in the season opener at Jack Streidl Field, Three Rivers will be...
Football Plainwell at Three Rivers freshmen, 4:30 p.m. Plainwell at Three Rivers JV, 6:15 p.m. Girls’ golf Three Rivers at Sturgis Jamboree, Island Hills, 4 p.m. Boys’ soccer Constantine at Bridgman, 5 p.m. Marcellus at Hartford, 5 p.m.  

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