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A lot of high school sports programs, having won a pair of state championships in a row, might rest on their laurels before the meat of the schedule begins.
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GRAND RAPIDS Northview had one of the Grand Rapids area's stingiest defenses in 2012, allowing 14 points or less in six of their nine regular-season games to help the Wildcats go 7-3 and qualify for the playoffs for the first time.
Livonia Stevenson peppered Livonia Franklin junior goaltender Matt Monendo with a total of 49 shots Wednesday night, but need four unanswered goals in the final period to subdue the upset-minded Patriots, 7-2,in a boys hockey encounter at Edgar Arena.
Resume : A skilled offensive player who is still on the rise, he shattered the Gladwin record with 33 goals on the season.
High school pools are churning with activity as the 2013-14 boys' swimming and diving season begins.
First-team offense E: Alex Bond School: L'Anse Creuse North. Class: Senior. Size: 6-feet-3, 185 pounds.
From the start of the season, Northville head volleyball coach Amanda Yaklin made it clear that she believed standout Mustangs volleyball player Symone Abbott was one of the best players in the state.
This season's Garden City boys basketball team will be relying on the kind of plays that normally don't make it on ESPN Sportscenter.
Mona Shores goalie Timothy McClain makes a save against Grand Haven in the first period on December 4, 2013.
Grand Haven's varsity girls basketball team opens its season on Thursday night with a home game against Traverse City West, followed by a home date with Traverse City Central on Friday.
Shamrock students honor their late classmate and member of the football team, David Widzinski, #33, during CC's state final football matchup with Clarkston on Saturday at Ford Field.
Cassie Breen was lights out from the perimeter and Hailey Liedel took care of business down low for the Woodhaven girls' basketball team on Tuesday night, and the result was a 70-44 win over Grosse Ile in each team's season opener.
Of the six inductees for the Class of 2014, four made their mark on the track while the other two were standout coaches in gymnastics and baseball.
After dropping a pair of close losses in their opening weekend, Novi's ice hockey team picked up a pair of victories to improve to 2-2-0 on the season.
The Detroit News presents its All-Metro north football teams. Teams were selected after consultations with coaches and staff observations.
The Detroit News presents its All-Metro West football teams. Teams were selected after consultations with coaches and staff observations.