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KALAMAZOO — Martha Parfet, along with her husband Ted, were a driving force in the Kalamazoo community for many years. Parfet, 91, passed away at her home on Gull Lake Monday morning. Parfet was the granddaughter of W.E. Upjohn, founder of the Upjohn Company as well as the granddaughter of James...
PLAINWELL — The Three Rivers Lady Cats basketball team dropped a 41-30 non-divisional Wolverine Conference game at Plainwell Tuesday. Three Rivers jumped out to a 9-3 lead after one quarter. Plainwell, however, outscored Three Rivers 20-6 in the second quarter to take the lead over the Lady Cats...
CENTREVILLE — This season has been more about the journey than wins and losses for Centreville’s girls’ basketball team. The Class C No. 3-ranked Lady Bulldogs have a daily destination with unspoken long-term goals awaiting them at the end. Like a lot of other prep athletic teams, Jill Peterson’s...
MENDON — Mendon High School senior athletic standout Mary Leighton has signed a national letter of intent to continue her track and field and academic career at Indiana Tech. University. Leighton officially signed a scholarship on Friday with the Division 2 school located in Fort Wayne, Ind. “...
CENTREVILLE — Glen Oaks Community College held its annual Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Saturday. Erin Strang, Larry Engle and Mike Miller were inducted for 2017. Engle, a member of the first men’s basketball team and first graduating class at Glen Oaks in 1969, graduated from Western Michigan...
SCHOOLCRAFT — Schoolcraft’s boys’ basketball team has flown under the radar for much of this season. Randy Small’s Eagles have finally attracted a little attention by gaining honorable mention status in this week’s Class C Associated Press state poll. Schoolcraft is 15-1 with its only loss coming...
KALAMAZOO — It was rise and shine time for the Kalamazoo Wings (24-24-1-3) and the Cincinnati Cyclones (26-23-4-0) on Monday morning as the two teams faced-off for the K-Wings second and final Education Day game of the season. Game time was 10:30 a.m. Coming off back to back weekend losses, the K-...
EDWARDSBURG — The Three Rivers boys’ and girls’ powerlifting teams dominated Saturday’s regional competition at Edwardsburg. Brock Yost’s Wildcat boys scored 101 points to earn the first-place trophy in the boys’ meet, while the Lady Wildcats finished second in the girls’ meet with 62. In the...
EATON RAPIDS — The moral of the story in Saturday’s Division 2 individual wrestling regionals at Eaton Rapids is that two Three Rivers Wildcats are heading to the state finals. Junior 215-pounder Tyler Moore punched his ticket in fine fashion by winning a regional championship. Moore got off to...
BRONSON — Saturday’s Division 4 regional in Bronson was like a mini state meet. In the most brutal regional in the state, area wrestlers battled for one of the top four places in 14 different weight classes and a berth in the Michigan High School Athletic Association finals March 2-4 at the Palace...

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