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26 min ago | Westland Observer

Falcons look forward to 'some fun volleyball'Falcons look forward to...

Falcons look forward to 'some fun volleyball' New coach Katherine Drews has taken charge of the Farmington High School varsity team. Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/farmington/2014/09/16/falcons-look-forward-fun-volleyball/15750925/ Seven returning players comprise the nucleus for what first-year coach Katherine Drews hopes will be another good varsity volleyball team at Farmington High School.

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1 hr ago | MLive.com

Looking Ahead: Conference battles heat up in girls golf, boys tennis

JACKSON The fall sports season is heating up as teams look to establish themselves amid conference battles and against old rivals. Here are some events to keep an eye on this week: The fifth Cascades Conference jamboree will be held and it will be interesting to see if anyone will be able to knock off Napoleon.

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5 hrs ago | MLive.com

By The Numbers: Whitehall boys soccer, Newaygo boys cross country, more

2.23: Seconds by which Newaygo's Max Smith won the CSAA league meet at Big Rapids. His 17:31.46 was just enough to edge Tri-County's Aaron Jason, who crossed the finish line in 17:33.69.

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6 hrs ago | MLive.com

By the Numbers: Hackett's Brendan O'Brien continues to...

10 Hackett Catholic Central's Brendan O'Brien scored 10 goals in three games last week, including six goals in one game. 8 For the third time in four games, the Paw Paw boys soccer team scored at least eight goals, defeating Berrien Springs, 9-2.

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7 hrs ago | Westland Observer

HVL volleyball team turns to seniors for leadershipHVL volleyball...

HVL volleyball team turns to seniors for leadership Huron Valley Lutheran volleyball team hopes to keep championship string going. Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/westland/2014/09/16/huron-valley-lutheran-volleyball-preview/15719361/ Huron Valley Lutheran's volleyball team consists of Lydia Gutierrez, Andrea LeFevre, Madison Dest, Anne St. John, Brynn Brown, Nikki Alcini, Ashley Setian and Bethany Schaffer.

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7 hrs ago | MLive.com

This weeka s Fall Frenzy points fans to a bunch of must-read story packages around...

We at MLive have got the football field covered, of course, but we also have great stories on volleyball, boys tennis, cross country, boys soccer and more - the MLive Fall Frenzy packages. With a reporter's eye view of the high school sports news you need to be in the know for every fall sport, our regional packages will help you sort things out with the top performances, top matchups, best quotes, and the most interesting numbers from last week's action.

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8 hrs ago | MLive.com

By the numbers: One-goal greatness shines through, and other Fall Frenzy numbers of note

Here's a Fall Frenzy look at the fall sports scene in the MLive Bay City region from the past week by the numbers, highlighting performances in volleyball, cross country, boys soccer, girls golf, boys tennis and girls swimming. 1: Goals it took to win a 1-0 boys soccer game between Essexville Garber and Saginaw Nouvel, decided when Andy Bernelis scored off a Jake Stuifbergen assist for Garber.

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10 hrs ago | MIPrepZone

Red Devils down Bucs in four sets Photo Gallery

The Grosse Ile volleyball team marched into Riverview looking to pick up a win in Huron League play, and that is exactly what the Red Devils did Monday night. After winning the first two sets 25-16 and 25-14 the Devils dropped the third 25-22 before rebounding to take out the Bucs by the same score in the fourth set.

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12 hrs ago | MIPrepZone

Riverview knocks off Airport, improves to 3-0

Riverview kept rolling this past week and improved its overall record to 3-0 with a 34-19 victory against visiting Airport in a Huron League battle. Quarterback Drew Kroll ran in three touchdowns for the Pirates and finished with 75 yards on the ground on five carries.

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17 hrs ago | MLive.com

Muskegon Community College sports recap: Deanna Near's...

Near, a graduate of Montague High School and freshman at MCC, bested the school record in the 6K run with a time of 23:50 at Forest Akers East Golf Course Friday, Sept. 12 in the Auto Owners Spartan Invitational.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Westland Observer

CC harriers runner-up at HollyCC harriers runner-up at HollyThe Novi...

CC harriers runner-up at Holly The Novi Detroit Catholic Central cross country team earned a second-place finish Saturday in Holly. Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/novi/2014/09/16/cc-harriers-runner-holly/15702835/ The Novi Detroit Catholic Central boys cross country team found the footing treacherous during Saturday's Nike/Holly/Duane Raffin Festival of Races held at Springfield Oaks.

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Westland Observer

Troy capitalizes on North mistakesTroy capitalizes on North...

Troy capitalizes on North mistakes Defensive errors led to three goals as the Colts defeated the Raiders in soccer, 4-0. Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/high-school/farmington/2014/09/15/troy-capitalizes-north-mistakes/15701997/ Defensive mistakes allowed host Troy to score three goals en route to a 4-0 victory over North Farmington in boys soccer Monday.

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MLive.com

Brandon Derstine's two goals and one assist aid in Midland Dow boys soccer win, to lead...

Despite scattered rain-outs across the state, Michigan high school sports carried on throughout Monday night. Check out our coverage of the highlights below.

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MLive.com

By the Numbers: Lake Fenton Blue Devils picking up steam in boys soccer

Ethan Taljonick's runner-up finish led the Mustangs. 41: Kills racked up by Mt. Morris' Sarah Tabit with 30 digs in the Mt.

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MLive.com

Looking ahead: Rivalry matches on tap Tuesday in boys soccer, girls volleyball

Here's a look ahead at top Tuesday action involving rivals in both boys soccer and girls volleyball on Tuesday: Spring Lake at Fruitport, 6:30 p.m. The Trojans are the defending league champs, but the Lakers upended them in district action last year and are the ranked team this season. Mona Shores at Reeths-Puffer, 6:45 p.m. Throw out the records when these two teams play.

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Detroit Free Press

Five out-of-this world high school football performances from Week 3

Holt: After running for 177 yards against Hudsonville and 183 yards against Rockford, the 6-0, 185 junior had 301 yards on 18 carries and scored seven touchdowns on runs of 20, 5, 2, 4, 56, 1 and 47 in two quarters of a 69-28 win over Lansing Eastern. Jackson Lumen Christi: The 6-1, 206 Michigan State commitment ran for 247 yards and touchdowns of 24, 1, 16 and 24 yards on 32 carries to lead Lumen Christi, the No.

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MLive.com

By the numbers: Zeeland West volleyball, Kenowa Hills soccer, Holland golf, more

BY THE NUMBERS: 5: Aces by Zeeland West volleyball player Brynne Pieters in their sweep of Wyoming Thursday. 3: First-half goals scored in Jenison's 3-2 soccer win against Wyoming Saturday.

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MLive.com

Michigan High School Football Player of the Year update: Trio of QBs highlight Week 3...

The quarterbacks on the Michigan High School Football Player of the Year watch list get attention wherever they go. Yet, despite all of the attention from opposing defenses, three quarterbacks had their way with the competition in Week 3. Alex Malzone of Brother Rice continues to light up scoreboards with his favorite receiver while Tre'von Avery of Brand Blanc had his first real big game of the season that included a school record.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Mick McCabe: Bar set high for Clarkston football

Clarkston junior quarterback D.J. Zezula hands the ball off to senior running back Ian Eriksen during the second half of their MHSAA Division 1 Championship Game against the Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013 at Ford Field in Detroit. Clarkston won the game 32-14.

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Westland Observer

Berkley remains competitive despite heavy lossesBerkley remains...

Berkley remains competitive despite heavy losses Defensive-minded Bears have winning overall record Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/sports/2014/09/15/berkley-remains-competitive-despite-heavy-losses/15531631/ Senior tri-captains Patrick Falk, Jason Wingate and Eric Braun hope to lead Berkley to another winning record this fall. Berkley's boys soccer team is entering its second season as a member of the highly competitive OAA Red Division.

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