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There were some new wrinkles thrown in for Saturday's Road Runner Classic at Maybury State Park.
The future of the Livonia Churchill girls swimming and diving program has been handed to someone who has a memorable past with the Chargers.
Western advanced to the Senior Baseball championship game after an 11-1 victory over Saginaw Township on Saturday night.
Each player in the field of 102 has won a Michigan major golf tournament or state title to earn the invitation to compete.
Leave it to professional magician Bret "Superman" Beaudry to do something otherworldly as a senior hockey league goaltender.
With football in his heart and baseball in his background, Durand's Jerry West flexed his athletic prowess when he decided to hit the wrestling mat during his senior year of high school.
Chris Kolon has spent most of the summer searching for lacrosse talent. Last week, he made stops in Maryland and Delaware.
When the 39th Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremonies are held Thursday night at the Lansing Center, I'm thinking the top storyline will be the presence of Paul Cook.
This is for 8-man football. Send letter of interest and resume to Tim Jenkins, Athletic Director, Tekonsha High School, 245 S. Elm, Tekonsha, MI, 49092; or email to firstname.lastname@example.org * Battle Creek Central is looking for a head girls' basketball coach.
The Jackson Northwest Little League 10-11 baseball team got off to a strong start in the opening game of its second-straight state tournament final on Friday at Swan Park in Schoolcraft Township.
Drew Smyly delivers a pitch for the Detroit Tigers early in their game against the Baltimore Orioles.
But he doesn't need to thumb through any pages to brush up on the history of Bay City Western football.
Albro has taken over as an assistant basketball coach for the women's program at University of Detroit Mercy.
South 2014 graduates Caleb Cimmarrusti, left, and Josh Gray began their friendship as children in pre-school, pictured above left.
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver missed four games with a broken wrist as a sophomore, but his small sampling of varsity success, combined with a lights-out summer, has college coaches coming in droves to recruit the big-bodied pass catcher.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 12:27 pm
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