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VICKSBURG — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ tennis team fell 7-1 Wednesday at Vicksburg in a  Wolverine Conference match. The lone win for Three Rivers came at No. 2 singles where senior Gio Gioiosa beat Vicksburg’s Nathan Klimek 6-3, 6-2. At No. 1 singles, Brady Minnard from Three Rivers lost to...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - The 2022 Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf team. Pictured left to right are, Laynie Zabonick, Maggie Gose, Lily Zabonick, coach Mark Zeimet, Mariah Powell and Taylor Gowan.
THREE RIVERS — As the season progresses, sixth-year Three Rivers girls’ golf coach Mark Zeimet hopes to see continual improvement by the Lady Cats. “We want to work on developing a culture for golf where our players want  to work hard and put effort into learning  the game,” Zeimet said. All five...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - White Pigeon senior halfback  James Stewart (4) rips off a substantial gain downfield in the first half against Decatur Thursday.
WHITE PIGEON — White Pigeon’s football team was one first down  and a couple yards from closing the deal against Southwest 10 Conference football foe Decatur Thursday night. Shawn Strawser’s Chiefs failed to convert on a key fourth down conversion then gave up a late fourth-quarter touchdown that...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers junior quarterback  Caleb Quake (15) picks up a big first down for the Wildcats in the first quarter at Otsego Friday.
OTSEGO — Homecoming festivities were one of few components that kept up the spirits of Otsego’s fans. Down on the field, a physical Three Rivers squad made things very uncomfortable for Otsego in a 35-0 Wolverine Conference football win at Bulldogs’ Stadium Friday. Three Rivers, now 2-1 overall...
NILES — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team dropped a 4-1 Wolverine Conference decision Wednesday at Niles. Scoring the lone goal in the final minute of the match for Three Rivers was Elliott Weed. Weed’s goal was unassisted. Thomas Ross recorded nine saves in goal for the Wildcats.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Jozee Buglione (12) from Constantine battles for a point at the  net against Mendon’s Kayla Wenzel (5) Wednesday.
MENDON — With it’s No. 1  setter  returning to the lineup, the Mendon volleyball team finished 3-0 and won its home quad meet Wednesday. Mendon defeated Three Oaks-River Valley 25-22, 25-22; Constantine 25-21, 25-18 and Martin 25-21, 25-16. Alexis Ames finished with 21 kills for Mendon. Kayla...
Photo providedby MarkZeimet -  Lily Zabonick from Three Rivers checks the lie of her ball before chipping her ball back onto  the fairway.
PLAINWELL — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf  team competed in two Wolverine Conference Jamborees Wednesday at Lake Doster Golf Club and finished eight in both events with identical scores of 266. Laynie Zabonick led Three Rivers with scores of 54 and 58. Lily Zabonick was close behind carding...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger The 2022 Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team.  Pictured in the front row left to right are, Zane Major, Clinton Kaiser, Christian Selent, AJ Hackenberg, Blake Luegge, Carson Gidley, Zachary Wendzel, Diego Chacon, Carter Rice, Lucan Hoercher and trainer Alexis Walters; back row, head coach Travis Shubnell, Derek Roggelien, Martin Cabrera, Blake VandenBrink, Elliott Weed, Lucas Salinas, Ryan Lubieniecki, Alex Lubieniecki, Caden Alexander, Cody Luegge, Thomas Ross and assis
THREE RIVERS — Following a district loss to St. Joseph last season, Three Rivers moves down to Division 3 for the 2022 boys’ soccer postseason tournament. Three Rivers returns several key performers off last year’s squad, along with several promising newcomers. Handling a lot of the dirty work in...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers senior receiver Andrew Brown (19) runs upfield  after catching a pass as he tries to elude  Edwardsburg junior defender Mikey Pryor (36) in last week’s game.
OTSEGO — In high school football there’s no such thing as a moral victory. But Three Rivers’ 38-30 loss at home last week to perennial league and state power Edwardsburg definitely sent a statement to the rest of the Wolverine Conference and two other teams left on  the regular-season schedule....
THREE RIVERS — Our three local prep football prognosticators didn’t fare as well as they had hoped with their picks in week two. Slim Pickens finished with the best record at 7-4. Ollie The Optimist ended the week at 6-5 and Willie B Wrong finished 5-6. After two weeks, Ollie sits in front  at 15-...

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