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1 hr ago | Times Herald
The role call of excellence is considerable. Many of our community's teams and athletes made us proud.
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5 hrs ago | MLive.com
Here's a Wintry Mix look at the non-basketball high school sports scene in the MLive-Bay City region from the past week by the numbers.
9 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric
It was a tall order to fill the limited number of Wildcat tankers competing, but Novi's boys swim and dive team made a respectable showing at the Division I meet last weekend at Saginaw Valley State University.
13 hrs ago | MLive.com
Muskegon's Deyonta Davis, who has shown a tremendous ability to block shots this season, put on a shot-blocking clinic in the Class A district championship game.
Abounader defeated Minnesota's Kevin Steinhaus , 6-4. Eric Grajales , seeded fifth at 149 pounds, split his matches to settle for fourth place.
Dearborn Heights -- When a team hasn't won a district title, a coach can't take anything for granted.
The Northern Michigan University Nordic skiing team finished second in men's and women's Nordic combined scoring at the NCAA Championships at Soldier Hollow Resort Saturday.
Zach Zatina, a senior at Royal Oak High School , finished in eighth place in the 50-yard freestyle event at the Division 2 State Meet at Eastern Michigan University to earn the title of All State.
With a margin of 143 points over the second-place team, it would appear that Birmingham Brother Rice took all the drama out of winning the Division 1 state swimming championships.
In a span of about an hour minutes at Saturday's Division 1 swimming state finals, Huron's Will Brenner stood on the starting block, the diving board and the awards platform.
UNIVERSITY CENTER - Hartland freshman Ryan Geheb and Brighton junior J.D. Ham had the best finishes by Livingston County swimmers at the state meet in four years on Saturday at Saginaw Valley State University.
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.
Spring sports practices start Monday, but don't expect to drive by area high schools and see athletes outside practicing.
HOLLAND, MI The Bangor John Glenn boys swimming team always tries to give its finest performance in its final performance.
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.
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.