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12 hrs ago | MLive.com
Five home games and five opponents that won at least eight games a year ago highlight the 2014 Grand Valley State football schedule.
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Devon Bronson joins the Growlers for his second season in organized baseball. As a 2013 member of the Neptune Beach Pearl, a summer collegiate team from the Far West League, Bronson amassed a fine 2.33 ERA in 11 outings, spanning 34.2 innings pitched, and earned a league All-Star game appearance.
21 hrs ago | MLive.com
When the Davenport University athlete won a national title in the high jump last week, the first person to call him was an Olympian - his older sister Tia Brooks.
Yesterday | WHTC
Ryan O'Reilly's goal with nine minutes left stood up as the game-winner, as Colorado held off the visiting Blackhawks last night, 3-2.
The Northville boys swimming and diving team headed into the Division 1 state finals last weekend at Saginaw Valley State University knowing it had the skills to compete for a top-10 finish.
The winter weather nightmare returned to portions of Michigan Wednesday, dropping as much as eight inches of snow in some areas with wind gusts nearing 50 mph, resulting in the postponement of more than a third of the boys basketball regional final games.
Frustrated shouts from the sideline filled Oosterbaan Field House Tuesday afternoon as the Michigan women's lacrosse team took on No.
The seniors on the North Farmington swim team are Alec Shapiro, Rob Chapekis, Brody Clarke, Danny McNeece, Jake Wasko, Nick Leshok, David Mittelbrun and Jordan Treger.
A photo of the 1927 state Class B runner-up Howell basketball team is on a wall inside the field house, along with pictures of other great teams in the school's history.
If you're the parent of a young athlete, and you were shaken more than a little by the tragic death last week of Grandville High School hockey player Ryan Fischer, you're not alone.
Click on our dedicated high school sports website, usatodayhss.com/detroit, for: ■ More photos from Tuesday's Marine City Cardinal Mooney-Clarkston Everest quarterfinal.
Local swim teams have been making big waves in the waters all season and Saturday's state finals were no exception.
After the game, Lexi makes time to pose with some young fans and autographs a souvenir ball for other well-wishers.
We have the boys state tournament reaching the regionals as the girls head for tonight's quarterfinals - and don't even mention college basketball right now.
Olivet Nazarene junior Brian Michell took fifth in the pole vault at 16-feet, 0.75-inches at the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Nationals in Geneva, Ohio.
Cain, 19, was the All-County Swimmer of the Year in his senior season, 2012, despite having to give up the sport when he was diagnosed with colon cancer.