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Photo provided - Kali Heivilin (22) from Three Rivers scores two of her career-high 31 points in the Lady Cats’ 62-33 win at Sturgis Wednesday.
STURGIS — Kali Heivilin finished with a double-double, including a career-high 31 points, Wednesday in  the Three Rivers Lady Cats’ 62-33 win at Sturgis. Heivilin also had 10 rebounds, along with three assists, one blocked shot and six steals for the Lady Cats, who end the regular season with an...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Caiden Adams (22) from Mendon shoots over Matt Lorencz of Centreville.
CENTREVILLE — Centreville’s boys basketball team earned its eighth win of the season Tuesday with a decisive  58-29 Southwest 10 Conference victory at home over Mendon. The  Bulldogs, now 8-1, jumped out to  a 11-7 lead  after one period then busted the game open with an 18-3 run in the second...
Commercial-News| Scott Hassinger - Paige Walton (24) from Centreville shoots over Mendon defenders Ryley Mullin (3) and Chloe Behrends (2) in the first half Tuesday.
CENTREVILLE  — A furious second-half rally by Mendon fell short in a  46-44 Southwest 10 Conference loss at Centreville Tuesday. Centreville (5-1) jumped out to a 11-2 lead after one quarter and held a 22-12 advantage at halftime. The Hornets were able to get themselves back in the game with a ...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Drew McClain from Three Rivers grabs the leg of his Otsego foe during their wrestling match at 119 pounds Saturday in the Portage Central Quad.
PORTAGE — The Three Rivers wrestling team finished 3-0 in Saturday’s Portage Central Quad with wins over Otsego (54-18), Portage Central (46-24) and Battle Creek Pennfield (47-30). Undefeated Wildcat wrestlers on the day included Brandt Lafferty at 125-pounds, Bryson McKee (130), Javier Kelley-...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Constantine freshman Bennett Vandenberg battles his Paw Paw foe in their match at 215 pounds Saturday in the Portage Northern Quad.
CONSTANTINE — Now that the regular season is history, Constantine’s wrestling team, along with other area grapplers, can shift its attention to the postseason. The Michigan High School Athletic Association’s team and individual state tournaments begin this week at the district level. In a little...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s basketball team lost a heartbreaking 91-87 decision at home Tuesday to Henry Ford Community College. “This was the best that I've seen this group of six guys play together recently. They did all the little things right tonight. They dug in, kept...
DOWAGIAC — The Three Rivers varsity boys basketball team earned its eighth win with a 58-41 win at Dowagiac Monday. Brian Burg’s Wildcats, now  8-3 overall, built  a  18-12 advantage after the opening quarter and led 30-16 at halftime. Three Rivers held a 40-28 lead after three quarters and...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Junior forward Zoe McGlothlen (32) grabs a rebound for Three Rivers and attempts a shot in the first half Monday against Dowagiac.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers girls basketball team honored its  five seniors on Senior Night at the Purple Palace Monday.   Rylie Kelly, Kali Heivilin, Alivia Knapp, Natalie Barnes and Illy Taylor helped did what seniors  are supposed to do  by setting the tone for the Lady Cats in a 56-34...
Photo provided by Three Rivers Athletics - The Three Rivers varsity boys’ bowling team finished second in Friday’s Wolverine Conference Tournament at Airway Lanes in Portage, but repeat as league champions after finishing the league dual-meet season unbeaten.
PORTAGE — Three Rivers has  repeated as the Wolverine Conference champions in boys’ bowling. Jim Tolfree’s Wildcats lost in the finals of Friday’s league championship meet to Allegan to finish second in the tournament. However, the Wildcats repeat as league champion after finishing the dual-meet...
Photo provided  - Justin Wickey from Colon attempts a shot in Friday’s game against Bellevue.
CENTREVILLE  — Centreville avenged  an earlier-season loss to Cassopolis with a 54-35 home boys’ basketball win Saturday. Matt Price’s Bulldogs (8-1) jumped out to a 17-7 first-quarter lead and took a 27-16 halftime advantage. The hosts outscored their visitors 27-19 in the second half. Matt...

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