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DEFIANCE, Ohio — Mendon’s wrestling team got an early feel of a two-day tournament by competing in Friday and Saturday’s prestigious Defiance Tri-State Border War. The meet was comprised of 43 teams from Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. Mendon finished seventh but only 4.5 points out of third place...
CENTREVILLE — David Miller might just be the best-kept secret in collegiate men’s basketball. At least as far as the Division II junior college circuit and the Michigan Community College Western Conference is concerned. The 6-foot-5, 194-pound starting sophomore forward for the Glen Oaks...
WHITE PIGEON — No one knows the high school wrestling scene like White Pigeon head coach Jay Sosinski. When it comes to longevity in the area coaching ranks, Sosinski takes first prize as he begins his 15th season guiding the Chiefs. “Our strengths are we have a lot of juniors with experience. We...
MENDON — Mendon’s boys basketball team managed to come out on top of visiting Centreville 37-29 in a physical battle Thursday between two Southwest 10 Conference foes. Both teams were plagued with four troubles and it kept both sides from getting into any kind of rhythm at the offensive end of the...
PORTAGE — Portage Northern’s Igloo was a cozy place to be for the Three Rivers girls basketball team Thursday night. Jason Bingaman’s Lady Cats improved its record to 5-1 overall heading into Christmas break with a 41-28 win over the Lady Huskies. The Lady Cats raced out to a 12-5 first-quarter...
MENDON — Mendon’s wrestling team hopes to leave its opponents green with envy in the 2017-18 season. The Hornets finally have the personnel to make a legitimate run at a Division 4 team state championship this season after years of hard work and sacrifice. Mendon returns four individual state...
THREE RIVERS — Inspired by the school pep band, the Three Rivers varsity boys’ basketball team kept the rhythm going as claimed its third consecutive win with a 73-55 non-league win at home over Berrien Springs. Three Rivers now takes a three-game winning streak into Thursday’s home contest...
HART — The Three Rivers varsity wrestling team traveled north of Muskegon Saturday to compete in the Mark Bosse Hart Invitational Saturday. Jeff Smith’s Wildcats finished fifth out of 16 schools that competed in the tournament. “The boys did an amazing job, especially Michael Draper and Tyler...
MENDON — Mendon’s boys basketball team jumped out to a seven-point lead and cruised to an eventual 74-54 Southwest 10 Conference win on Friday. Keaton Crotser had 21 points, five rebounds, two assists, two steals and one blocked shot for the Hornets, now 2-0 overall. Hunter Lovell added 15 points...
Six Hornets finish day undefeated GRAND HAVEN — Mendon’s wrestling team put on a great show finishing 5-0 in Saturday’s Grand Haven dual tournament and claiming the first-place trophy. Mendon defeated Battle Creek Lakeview 38-27, Fruitport 59-15, Muskegon Reeths Puffer 36-22, Grand Haven 50-22...

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