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Ann Arbor Skyline loses state's top soccer player Alec Lasinski to academy team

ANN ARBOR, MI When Joe Halpern heard teammate Alec Lasinski was potentially not returning to the Skyline boys' soccer team, he took it upon himself to convince him to stay.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

Hometown Life

New coach Pummill eager to build winning culture at Schoolcraft

Morgan Copperstone , Julene Pummill and Paige Chalmers are area players who are being counted on to lead Schoolcraft.

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Grosse Pointe News Online

Schneider to take field for Chippewas

Birmingham Marian 2014 graduate Catherine Schneider is taking her field hockey expertise to Central Michigan University.

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MLive.com

MLive Bay City Times football preview: Bay City Central and Bay City Western go separate ways in new Saginaw Valley League

Both entered the 2014 campaign running a spread offense, banking on an improved defense and hungry to make strides from a season ago.

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Observer & Eccentric

Optimism running high for veteran Shamrocks

At least on paper, this should be one of Novi Detroit Catholic Central's best boys soccer teams in quite some time.

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Observer & Eccentric

'The Longest Yard' - South Lyon-style

Anybody who has played sports has always thought about going back to their high school days and giving it another shot.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Grosse Pointe News Online

Zacharias ready for next chapter

North's Jacob Zacharias, No. 21, increased his scoring from 11 to 13 points per game during the time he was a varsity basketball player.

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Times Herald

Tennis: St. Clair Saints claim Blue Water Invitational

After wet weather dominated much of this past spring sports season, it set its sights Wednesday on the opening day of the fall season.

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MLive.com

Rockford's Ian Hearn accepts assistant coaching job at Michigan State University

ROCKFORD It was going to take an awfully special opportunity to lure Rockford baseball coach Ian Hearn from the Rams' dugout considering how much he enjoyed the position and how well his squads have played.

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Daily Press & Argus

Golf, tennis teams get going on first day

Preparations for the 2014 golf season have been under way for a week, and the coaches of the Hartland and Pinckney golf teams laughingly say they've had enough.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Things looking up for 'Cats

Life's good for high school boys soccer coaches when freshmen players are talented enough to jump right into the starting lineup.

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Observer & Eccentric

Balconi Invite helps teams launch another season

Another year, another Gary Balconi Invitational. That's a good thing, by the way.

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CBS Local

Walks Hurt May Again, Twins Lose To Royals 6-4

In his second career start - and third overall appearance - May pitched into the fifth inning before control problems resurfaced and the Twins lost 6-4 to the Kansas City Royals.

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The Detroit News

Oak Park's Tai Fai officially opens and expands

Tai Fai means "great and fast" in Cantonese, and that's what the carry-out restaurant in Oak Park has been giving to customers since opening last year.

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Observer & Eccentric

Novi netters knocking on the door again

Could this be the year for the Novi boys tennis team? Armed with arguably the state's top singles player in Tim Wang, the Wildcats were on the precipice just a year ago of capture their first-ever MHSAA Division 1 title before Ann Arbor Huron squeaked by for its third straight crown by a razor-thin margin of 30-29.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Hometown Life

Falcons eager to right the ship

Farmington High School coaches and players are confident 2014 will be a rebound year in football, following a disappointing finish last season.

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The Detroit News

Catholic League football preview

Predicted order of finish 2013 records in parentheses 1. Birmingham Brother Rice ; 2. Warren DeLaSalle ; 3. Orchard Lake St. Mary's ; 4. Detroit Catholic Central ; 5. U-D Jesuit Brother Rice senior Alex Malzone , a four-star quarterback, is one of the premier quarterbacks in the country, throwing for more than 2,700 yards and 25 TDs last year to ... (more)

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Observer & Eccentric

Madonna spikers ready to reload

Jerry Abraham says defense and passing always comes first when it comes to the success of the Madonna University volleyball program.

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Detroit Free Press

Five Michigan high schools up for best boys sports program in the United States

This year's high school sports season will kick off in just a couple of weeks and USA TODAY wants your vote.

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MLive.com

Football, decreasing enrollment driving realignment of Kalamazoo's high school sports landscape

Several high school athletic conferences in Southwest Michigan have begun a two-year period of realignment and upheaval that is ideally meant to bring stability to the landscape.

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