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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.
Coaches are always striving to get the best out of their players. The BCAM Reaching Higher boys basketball camp was a coaches' dream as the best players from the state were inside Milford's gyms.
A familiar face will be taking over as Portage Central's new girls soccer coach.
The Kensington Lakes Activities Association proves to be one of the strongest conferences in the state, year after year.
A playoff atmosphere has once again found Grand Rapids as Southern Little League will host both the 9/10 and Senior League state baseball tournaments this week.
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 email@example.com * Battle Creek Central is looking for a head girls' basketball coach.
Portage Northern's Tommy Henry and his father exchange a hug at the conclusion of each of Henry's baseball games.
The high school softball season has been over for a while, but two area players get to compete in one last prestigious game before the summer is over.
Hofstaedter comes to Calvin after serving as an assistant coach with the Eastern University men's lacrosse program this past year where he helped the Eagles win the Middle Atlantic Conference title and receive a bid to the 2014 NCAA III Tournament.
Cabrini sophomore Justin Querry's big season featured a third-place finish at regionals in the 400m , which nearly made him the third Monarch to qualify for the Division 3 state finals in 2014.
GRAND RAPIDS The Wayland softball team finished 42-2 overall, advanced to the Division 2 state semifinals and had five players earn first-team all-state honors this spring.
Mistakes and bad luck cost Means Stamping in the Connie Mack regional tournament at Battle Creek with a pair of losses that capped off the 2014 season for the Stampers.
This is one in a series featuring Muskegon-area people and their stories about Little League baseball.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 05:49 am
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