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OTSEGO — The Three Rivers girls’ track and field team split a pair of Wolverine Conference Meets while  the  boys’ dropped a pair Tuesday at Otsego. In the girls’ meet, Three Rivers lost to Otsego 75-62 and earned a 83-50 win against Paw Paw. Otsego’s boys defeated Three Rivers 89-43 and  Paw Paw...
Photo provided by Glen Oaks - Robbie Hattan
CENTREVILLE — Glen  Oaks Community  College is pleased to announce that Robbie Hattan has been hired as the new womens’ basketball coach at Glen Oaks Community College. Hattan was previously the head varsity girls’ basketball coach at Colon High  School where he led the Lady Magi to back-to-back...
VICKSBURG — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ tennis team dropped a 6-2 Wolverine Conference decision  on the road at Vicksburg on Tuesday. Three Rivers’ lone two wins on the night came at No. 3 singles and No. 3 doubles. At No. 1  singles, Abigail Lemacks from Three Rivers lost to  Grace...
DOWAGIAC — Three Rivers split a Wolverine Conference basaeball doubleheader Tuesday at Dowagiac, winning the opener 3-0 and losing the nightcap 8-5. In the opener, Three Rivers plated two runs during the fifth and added an insurance run in the top of the seventh. Brady Bissett led Three Rivers at...
DOWAGIAC — The Three Rivers varsity softball team staged a pair of seventh-inning rallies Tuesday to sweep a Wolverine Conference doubleheader in Dowagiac 16-13 and 16-6.  Three Rivers trailed Dowagiac 13-12 in the opener after six innings.  But the Lady Cats scored four  times in the  top of the...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Gabrielle Bowen, left, from Centreville battles Mendon freshman Jozryl Meeks for first place in the girls’ 100-meter dash in Saturday’s Centreville Invitational.
CENTREVILLE — Depth played a big part as the Centreville boys’ and girls’ track and field teams won respective titles in Saturday’s annual Bulldogs Invitational. Centreville won the boys’ title with 813 points. Mendon (494) earned third. White Pigeon (457) finished fourth. Marcellus (329) ended up...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers junior varsity softball team dropped three games in Saturday’s Wildcats Quad losing to Battle Creek Harper Creek, Vicksburg and Portage Central. Payge Ellifritz and Courtney Smith had two hits each for Three Rivers in its first game against Harper Creek. Reagan...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Jacob Sikanas (5) from Centreville gets ready to deliver a pitch to the plate against Niles Brandywine in Friday’s first game of a doubleheader.
PAW PAW — Three Rivers remained unbeaten in Wolverine Conference baseball after pulling  off  a  doubleheader sweep at  Paw Paw Friday 5-4 and 13-1. Three Rivers improves to 4-0 in the league and 5-7 overall. Junior Garron Gahan belted two triples and drove in a pair of runs to lead Three Rivers...
Photo provided by Jill Peterson - The Centreville varsity girls’ softball team defeated Adrian Madison 7-1 and the host school 16-0 to win Saturday’s Quincy Tournament. Here the Lady Bulldogs pose with the championship trophy.
PAW PAW — Offense was plentiful Friday as the Three Rivers varsity girls softball team swept a Wolverine Conference doubleheader against the host Paw Paw Red Wolves 18-2 and 21-9. Three Rivers, now 8-6 overall, got two home runs apiece in the opener from seniors Shantel Blyly and Kali Heivilin....
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers’ Allie Lundquist prepares to execute an overhead slam for a point for her and No. 4 doubles partner Jayley Zeimet.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity girls tennis team tied Paw Paw 4-4 in a home Wolverine Conference match Wednesday. At No. 1 singles, Abigail Lemacks from Three Rivers lost to Paw Paw’s Abby Schupback 3-6, 2-6. At No. 2, Kienna Shank from Three Rivers fell to Taryn Welling 3-6, 6-2, 4-6. At...

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