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Daily Press & Argus
Hartland left heartbroken again in hockey state title game
Hartland loses to Trenton in state hockey final: Hartland lost in the state Division 2 hockey final for the second year in a row, falling 8-3 to Trenton on March 8, 2014 at Compuware Arena in Plymouth.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Lansing State Journal
Comets' senior captures title in 100 breaststroke
Grand Ledge senior Xinghao Wang won the 100 yard breaststroke at the Division 2 state meet at Eastern Michigan University on Saturday, earning the Comets' first state swimming title since 2001.
Out in the cold: Spring sports will get off to slow, snowy start
Spring sports practices start Monday, but don't expect to drive by area high schools and see athletes outside practicing.
Logan Carson shatters school record as John Glenn, Bay City Central place swimmers among state's elite
HOLLAND, MI The Bangor John Glenn boys swimming team always tries to give its finest performance in its final performance.
Northview fights off Forest Hills Central rally for overtime win
The Wildcats just saw their nine-point lead against Forest Hills Central midway through the fourth quarter evaporate as the Rangers tied the Class A district title game and sent it to overtime Friday night.
Despite the blowout, Otsego and Plainwell showed everyone how a bitter rivalry should be
The score was ugly and the game may have been over before some people even realized it started, but Friday night's district final showdown between Plainwell and Otsego was perfect.
Saginaw High boys basketball captures fourth straight Class A...
Julian Taylor doesn't know what it's like to lose a district playoff game as the Saginaw High boys basketball head coach, and it will be at least another year before he finds out.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Senior leaders have special sendoff for Muskegon basketball
MUSKEGON, MI With 2:22 remaining on the clock and the game in hand, Muskegon starters Deshaun Thrower, Jordan Waire and Will Roberson walked off the court at Redmond-Potter Gymnasium for the final time.
Croswell-Lexington's Bryce Davis will play baseball
Bryce Davis won't be close to home when he's at Trine University in the fall. But that doesn't mean he won't feel at home in Angola, Ind.
Detroit Free Press
Boys swimming: Birmingham Seaholm on a roll through the prelims
Birmingham Seaholm won the Division 2 state swimming championship in 2011, but since then, the Maples have left the state finals unsatisfied with a couple of third-place finishes.
Detroit Free Press
Boys hockey: Gallant Grandville plays on after tragedy, falls to Novi Detroit Catholic Central, 3-0
The big white "G" on Grandville's hockey jersey could've stood for galvanizing, guts, grit, grand or gallant last night at Compuware Arena.
Bay City's Cole Martin on Johnny Bench Award watch list as University of Michigan catcher
The former Bangor John Glenn standout has delivered a breakout career behind the plate for the University of Michigan baseball team.
Saints indoor track off to hot start at Nationals
Geneva, Ohio- The Aquinas College indoor track & field team had a great start to the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Observer & Eccentric
Early deficit too much for Plymouth in D1 hockey quarters
Looking at it on the surface, Wednesday night's Division 1 quarterfinal boys hockey game at Yost Arena in Ann Arbor ended just like last year's did for the Plymouth Wildcats.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Semifinal hockey notes: Reeths-Puffer coach disappointed in outcome, not effort
The Rockets made their first trip to the big stage in the final four in school history and coach Eric Sikkenga was disappointed in the outcome, but not with the effort.
Top Bay County boys swimmers ready to hit the pool at state finals
The Bangor John Glenn swim team is taking mostly first time qualifiers to the state finals this weekend, but the group has the confidence it needs to make a splash at the event.
Question of the Day: What's your reaction to 104-12 district basketball score?
The Muskegon Heights head coach, Del Stewart, huddles with his players at a timeout during their game against Muskegon Catholic at MCC on Tuesday, February 4, 2014.
Girls basketball, hockey on MLive's high school sports postseason agenda tonight after big night of boys hoops
Tonight's MLive.com high school sports postseason spotlight is on 32 girls regional championship games and the two Division 2 state hockey semifinals.
Lansing State Journal
Team state finals roundup: Grand Ledge eyes 7th straight gymnastics title
Its streak of 106 straight victories and string of six consecutive state titles will be on the line when Grand Ledge competes in the state finals team competition Friday at Plymouth.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
FHC freshman scores school-record 37 points in triple OT win over Rockford
It was fitting that the Forest Hills Central freshman would score the Rangers' final basket that sealed his team's 78-75 triple overtime win over Rockford at the Class A boys district semifinal at Cedar Springs High School Wednesday night.