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CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s basketball team lost at home Saturday to Lake Michigan College 93-63 in Western Conference play. Glen Oaks falls to 0-12 overall and 0-6 in the conference. Lake Michigan improves to 6-11 overall and 3-3 in the league. Stephon Matthews poured in...
KALAMAZOO — The Kalamazoo Wings (19-18-1-3), winners of eight of their last 10 games, are on a roll these days. Securing three wins this past weekend and earning six points, the K-Wings find themselves above .500 for the first time in a long while and tied with the Quad City Mallards for the final...
Front row left to right are manager Carter Bates, Josh Geibe, Gracie Plank, Tamarra Marietta, Makayla Bowen, Nate Carper, Dakota Anthony, Corey Anthony, manager Boe Eckman; middle row, Piper Malcom, Jacob Shoesmith, Devyn Begley, Matt Morey, Andrew Carper, Jack Jones, Isaiah Bedell, Edward Wolgamood, Josh Lawson; back row, Coach Mike Baker, Adam Solis, Zach Harrison, Kamron Nusbaum, Clayton Tonkin, Ben Davidhizar, Trenton Stears, Larry Bryie, Roy Solis, Coach Dale Davidhizar III. Linda Wolf Photography
CONSTANTINE — Dale Davidhizar and Mike Baker are currently in their third year as co-coaches of Constantine’s tradition-rich wrestling program. Both Baker and Davidhizar, former prep standouts themselves on the wrestling mat for the Falcons, have seven letterwinners returning from last year’s team...
Forcing the issue - Izzy Taylor (40) from Three Rivers finds herself pressured by Tamia Parker-Wilson from Dowagiac. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
EE RIVERS — If the gymnasium wasn’t warm enough, the Three Rivers girls’ basketball team used a stifling press in the first half to create extra heat Friday. Three Rivers produced its second win in three games by cruising past visiting Dowagiac 60-14 at the Purple Palace in front of a big and...
Triple try - Carson Charvat of Three Rivers launches a three-pointer in the first quarter.  Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers eliminated its second-half turnovers and maintained its composure down the stretch to earn a critical 64-58 Wolverine Conference boys’ basketball win at the Purple Palace Friday over Dowagiac. The win is the third consecutive victory for Three Rivers, now 6-2 overall...
THREE RIVERS — Eric Johnson is fast becoming a game changer and player the Three Rivers boys’ basketball team can count on when it needs a huge lift. The 6-foot-4 senior backup center has come a long way from a year ago. Family commitments kept Eric from playing basketball his sophomore year, but...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville’s girls’ basketball team reeled off its 11th consecutive victory Thursday 38-30 at home over BCS League foe White Pigeon. The Lady Bulldogs, who are ranked No. 8 in the latest Class C state poll, improve to 11-1 overall and 6-0 in the BCS. Centreville was led by...
DOWAGIAC — The Three Rivers freshmen and junior varsity boys’ basketball teams both lost Wolverine Conference games at Dowagiac Thursday. Three Rivers dropped a heartbreaking 59-56 decision to Dowagiac in the junior varsity game. Three Rivers led Dowagiac 50-44 entering the fourth quarter....
PAW PAW — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ and girls’ bowling teams split Wolverine Conference matches at Paw Paw Thursday at Rainbow Lanes. Three Rivers defeated Paw Paw 23 1/2-6 1/2 in the boys’ competition, while the Lady Wildcats lost to the Redskins 17-13. Wyatt Mains led the Three Rivers boys...
STURGIS — The Three Rivers varsity wrestling team dropped a pair of Wolverine Conference meets at the Sturgis Quad Wednesday. Pete Bachinski’s Wildcats were defeated by Dowagiac 51-27 and Edwardsburg 60-15. At 125, Josh Detwiler of Three Rivers was pinned by Pat Sirk of Dowagiac in 1:08 and by...

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