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"I will forever be an Eagle. But now I'm a Chippewa," Scott said, taking of his Christian cap and replacing it with one from Central Michigan University.
ESSEXVILLE, MI He coached in the high school state semifinals, mentored a Mr. Basketball winner and spent the past two seasons at the collegiate level.
On November 13, Jaylen Johnson sat at a table in a small room downstairs at Ypsilanti Community High School, with his mother to his left and his teammates encircled behind him.
Senior Jess Snyder scored five times Thursday as Livonia Ladywood cruised to a 16-4 girls lacrosse non-league triumph at Grosse Pointe North.
GRAND RAPIDS What has 10 arms, 10 legs, can run, jump, shoot, dunk, play defense and do just about anything else imaginable on a basketball court? The MLive sports staff has selected its Dream Team, along with a second team.
Members of the Burger and Garden City High School basketball teams, along with the Cougars' cheerleaders, gathered for a photo following Friday morning's game.
Along with the Kalamazoo Gazette boys basketball dream team, there are plenty of players in the Kalamazoo area who played a crucial role in their team's success.
First-year Flint Carman-Ainsworth boys basketball coach Jay Witham saw the switch turn on late in the 2012-13 season when Cameron Morse scored 40 points in a win over Ortonville-Brandon.
After reaching the Breslin Center for the final four in basketball twice with Muskegon Heights and the state finals in football twice with Muskegon and coming up short of a championship each time, Thrower wasn't about to be denied in his last chance.
Muskegon's big man stamped himself as a top candidate for Mr. Basketball in 2015 with his inside scoring and shot-blocking abilities.
It's seen players who can dunk and players who can dish, players who can pick up a charge and players who can knock down a three, players who clean the boards and players who do the dirty work.
While the girls basketball Dream Team was announced yesterday, boys basketball fans in the Kalamazoo area were forced to wait until Friday for their Dream Team.
Brendan Bisher, Hillsdale senior For only the second time in program history, the Hornets played in a state quarterfinal game and their shooting guard is a big reason why.
Recently committed to Mott Community College, Green was a big part of one of the best backcourts in the area with Cam Morse.