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Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Mendon ballcarrier Grant Crotser (24) muscles his way to a first down in the first half against Bloomingdale Thursday.
THREE RIVERS — Three River earned a 37-0 Wolverine Conference shutout win at home Thursday over Niles. The Wildcats (1-3) took a 16-0 lead after one period and  the first half on TD runs of 52 yards by Lamonta Stone and 85 yards from Daeleon Galloway. Stone added a conversion run. Three Rivers...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers’ No. 3 doubles player Brenden Marchand leaps up to defend the net in his match with partern Landon Grubbs against Plainwell on Monday.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers picked up a 7-1 Wolverine Conference boys’ tennis win at home Monday. The only flight the Wildcats dropped came at No. 1 doubles where Brayden Williams and Jaxson Gilleylen were defeated in a thrilling three-set battle 1-6, 7-5, 2-6 by Seth VanOosterum and Steele...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers’ Lily Zabonick checks the lie of her ball on the No. 18 green in Thursday’s Wolverine Conference Girls’ Golf Jamboree at Sauganash Country Club.
PAW PAW — Three Rivers hosted Thursday’s Wolverine Conference Girls’ Golf  Jamboree at Sauganash and finished eighth after tying its season-best score of 247. Lily Zabonick carded a score of 53 to lead the Cats.  Laynie Zabonick was just behind scoring 54. Taylor Gowan’s 69 matched her season best...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Chrisian Selent (14) from Three Rivers tries to head the ball away from an Edwardsburg defender in the first half Thursday.
STURGIS — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team dropped a pair of Wolverine Conference matches this week. Edwardsburg handed Three Rivers at 5-0 defeat at home on Thursday. Wildcat goalie Thomas Ross recorded 18 saves. In Monday’s rivalry match at Sturgis, the host Trojans came away with a...
Photo provided by Bemidji State Athletic Department - Former Three Rivers football player and 2017 graduate Charles Ross  recently joined the football coaching staff at Division II Bemidji State University in Bemidji, MN. Ross was hired in July as the Beavers’cornerbacks coach under head coach Brent Bolte.
THREE RIVERS — Former Three Rivers football player and 2017 graduate Charles Ross has turned a career-ending injury into an opportunity to make an impact in the sport and others’ lives as a coach. Ross, a 2021 graduate of Central Michigan University where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Heston Saunders (33) from Three Rivers ends up on  his back after sacking Niles quarterback Talon Brawley (2) for a big loss and forcing him to fumble the ball Friday.
THREE RIVERS — A sign of a good football team is the ability to respond to adversity. J.J. Wagner, Three Rivers’ head football coach, reminded his Wildcats of that during halftime inside the fieldhouse at Armstrong Field during Friday’s 27-21 Wolverine Conference win over visiting Niles. “At...
STURGIS — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team dropped a 4-1 Wolverine Conference decision  at Sturgis on Monday. The lone goal for Three Rivers came from Elliott Weed and was unassisted. Thomas Ross recorded 15 saves in goal for Three Rivers.  
Photo provided by Mark  Zeimet - Maggie Gose from Three Rivers watches as her putt rolls towards the hole in Monday’s Wolverine Conference Jamboree at  Lake Cora Hills in Paw Paw.
PAW PAW — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf team showed improvement in its fourth Wolverine Conference Jamboree held Monday at Lake Cora Hills  and hosted by Paw Paw. Three Rivers posted its best team score of the s eason with a 247. Laynie Zabonick carded a season-best score of 53 to lead the...
Photo provided - The Three Rivers junior varsity girls’ volleyball team poses for a team photo after finishing 3-0 to win its own home quad on Monday.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers junior varsity volleyball team won Monday’s home quad. Megan Jergens’ Lady Cats finished the night with a perfect 3-0 record to remain unbeaten on the season. Three Rivers defeated Berrien Springs 25-20, 25-21; Kalamazoo Central 25-17, 25-20 and Colon 25-16, 25-9...
ST. JOSEPH — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ volleyball team finished 2-1 in Monday’s Kalamazoo Central Quad. Lauren Cholometes’ Lady Cats  earned wins over Berrien Springs 25-8, 25-9 and Colon 25-19, 25-0 before losing its final match to Kalamazoo Central 27-25, 21-25, 11-15. Jenna Southland led...

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