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It was warm enough to get in at least one game Wednesday afternoon as Livonia Churchill earned a 7-1 KLAA South Division softball victory over host Livonia Franklin.
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Normally one of the first track & field meets of the season is met with snow, strong wings, freezing temperatures, or any combination of the three, but sunny skies and mild temps ruled the day at Reeths-Puffer High School, at least until the sun went down.
If Nolan Petroelje was nervous, it didn't show. Of course no one would blame him if he was.
John Glenn's C.C. Said battles for control of the ball against Wayne's Victoria McKague during Thursday's KLAA South Division match.
Much of what made Tess Weatherly so valuable to the Howell girls basketball team this season came long before the season started.
The Western Michigan Christian varsity girls soccer program began in 1990 and has been tough to beat almost from the beginning.
The swings are starting to get better for the Howell baseball team. But the story of Thursday's doubleheader sweep of Forest Hills Northern was largely about great starting pitching.
Cadillac got back on the winning track as it beat Alpena 9-1 in a Big North Conference girls soccer contest Thursday.
The Cadillac track & field teams put together a strong day to sweep both sides of a meet against Big North Conference foe Ogemaw Heights.
Both ends of a baseball doubleheader saw late-inning comebacks between cross-town rivals Jackson High School and Jackson Lumen Christi.
The team's strength lies in the sprints and relays with Glew, Jones, Blair and Wells all returning as LSJ Dream Team members.
Redford Thurston sprinters Ericka Gibson and Dasia Johnson run stride-for-stride with Garden City's CeCe Moing down the stretch of Thursday's 200-meter dash.
John Glenn's Micah Orr, who figured in four first-place finishers, brings it home in the 1,600-meter run.
Allie LeRoux is trying to reach new heights. The Spring Lake senior hopes to become both the 2014 Division 2 state champion and record holder in the pole vault.
The senior struck out 19 and allowed just one hit in a dominating pitching performance to lead the host Trojans to a 3-2 Western Wayne Athletic Conference win over Redford Thurston.
Four different players scored goals as the Spring Lake varsity girls soccer team topped Orchard View on Wednesday, 4-1.
Bay City Western knows there is only one way to improve on a 37-3 season that concluded with a 2-1 loss to Mattawan in the Division 1 finals.