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THREE RIVERS — A trio of varsity girls’ soccer players from Three Rivers have received recognition at the state level in Division 3. Senior forward Torri Towles was named third team all-state by the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association,  while senior goal keeper Alaina Todd received...
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THREE RIVERS — Let's catch up on some closely contested leagues at Pine View Golf Club.      As of June 23rd, Ms. Fits Wednesday League is led by Karen Perlberg and S. Foster with 177 points.      In second place, only three points behind, is the team of M. Walsh and L. Stieber with 174 points...
Photo provided by Kristin Osborn - The Three Rivers 8-9-10 year-old softball All-Star team, representing Michigan District 15, are all smiles  following their big 26-1 win over Big Rapids in their opening game of the Michigan State Little League Tournament in Rochester Hills.
ROCHESTER HILLS — The Three Rivers 8-9-10 Year-old girls softball team earned a convincing 26-1 win over Big Rapids Saturday in its opening game of the Michigan State Little League state tournament at Rochester Hills. Three Rivers, the Michigan District 15 champion, is scheduled to play two games...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Giavanna Newburry (18) from Three Rivers slides safely into home plate under the tag by the Schoolcraft pitcher.
SCHOOLCRAFT — The rain stayed away and the Three Rivers  8-9-10 Year-Old Softball All-Stars held off host Schoolcraft Tuesday to win a Michigan District 15 Championship at Swan Park. Three Rivers now advances to the state tournament in Rochester Hills. Pool play begins on Friday with Three Rivers...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger Mendon High School’s Charlie Newburry, seated in the middle, has signed a national letter of intent to run men’s cross country and track and field at Spring Arbor University the next four years. Seated to Charlie’s left is sister Kayla Lux and at far right  is Travis Lux; In back is Spring Arbor assistant men’s cross country and track and field coach Kameron Mills, Mendon cross country coach Art Stephenson and Spring Arbor University head men’s cross country and track and
MENDON — Running has been a big passion of Charlie Newburry’s for a long time. So its not surprising that the Mendon distance standout  and 2021 graduate attracted the attention of several four-year colleges and universities to continue his running career. Newburry is moving a few miles down M-60...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Centreville senior pitcher Jared Spencer (6) gets ready to release a pitch to a Parchment hitter in a Division 3 district semifinal game earlier this month.
DETROIT — Centreville’s baseball program will be represented in today’s Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association’s All-Star Game at Comerica Park in Detroit. Spencer, a senior left-handed pitcher, will be member of the West All-Star team against the East All-Stars in the Mid-Summer...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers senior shortstop Kali Heivilin turns to throw out a baserunner at first this season.
THREE RIVERS — There was a pile of  talent in the area in high school softball and baseball during one of the toughest seasons in recent memory. Despite ongoing COVID 19 restrictions, the 2021 season proved to be an enjoyable and successful one for area teams and players. Three Rivers had two...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Constantine High School senior Hannah Outlaw, seated at far right, recently signed a national letter of intent to continue her education and basketball career at Glen Oaks Community College. Seated to Hannah’s left is Glen Oaks assistant womens basketball coach Gabrielle Russell; back row, Constantine girls’ basketball coach Jeff Balcom, Jennifer King, Hannah’s mother, and father Roger Outlaw.
CONSTANTINE — Constantine High School  girls’ basketball standout Hannah Outlaw is taking her basketball skills to the collegiate level. Outlaw recently signed a national letter of intent to play womens’ baskeball for Glen Oaks Community College and incoming first-year head coach Robbie Hattan....
Photo provided by Kim Losik - News lights illuminate the FOP ballpark which is currently hosting the finals of the Michigan District 15 7-8 year-old All-Star pitching machine tournament.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Little League fans will enjoy night games more frequently under new lights at the Fraternal Order of Police’s Riverfront Stadium. A new set of LED lights were installed at the 58-year old facility located along Constantine Road on Friday May 14. According to Matt Losik...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers varsity boys’ tennis player Gio Gioiosa, left, works with a young camper on hitting a proper forehand last week.
THREE RIVERS — Over 60 youths of all ementary school  ages up through middle school in Three Rivers are participating in a six-week long tennis camp at the high school courts. The camp runs four days per week during the morning. Three Rivers varsity girls’ tennis coach Don Zabonick is directing...

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