Girls Track & Field

 

Lyons Shows Way to All-Around Success

Lyons Shows Way to All-Around Success
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
There have been a ton of awards and accomplishments recognizing the high school career of Laura Lyons, but the recent Lake Linden-Hubbell graduate remains extremely well grounded. "I have to prioritize. You have to focus on things you want to do," she said, listing sch...
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Lakes' Superior Spring Closes with Repeat

Lakes' Superior Spring Closes with Repeat
Sunday, June 3, 2018
The Lake Linden-Hubbell girls enjoyed a banner day at Saturday’s Upper Peninsula Division 3 Track & Field Finals, retaining their title with 96 points. LL-H senior Laura Lyons won long jump at 16 feet, 1/2 inch, placed second in the 200 in 27.34 seconds and t...
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Saints Shine Across Board in UPD2 Repeat

Saints Shine Across Board in UPD2 Repeat
Sunday, June 3, 2018
The St. Ignace girls placed in all 17 events Saturday, repeating as Upper Peninsula Division 2 track champions with 160 points.
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Speedy Pair Help Negaunee Pass Rival

Speedy Pair Help Negaunee Pass Rival
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Sophomore Emily Paupore and senior Clara Johnson provided the Negaunee girls with a potent 1-2 punch in the distance races Saturday, helping them earn their first Upper Peninsula Division 1 track title in eight years with 115 points. With the win, the Miners also broke...
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Seven Wins Help Fowler Hurdle D4 Again

Seven Wins Help Fowler Hurdle D4 Again
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Nabbing seven individual event victories Saturday at Hudsonville, the Fowler girls track & field team racked up 87 points to win its fourth Lower Peninsula Division 4 Finals championship in dominant fashion.
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Zeeland East Claims Neighborly Title Tilt

Zeeland East Claims Neighborly Title Tilt
Saturday, June 2, 2018
It was a battle of familiar opponents in a familiar place with the Lower Peninsula Division 2 girls track & field title on the line. Zeeland East went toe-to-toe with Ottawa-Kent Conference Green rival Holland Christian on Saturday at Zeeland Stadium — and ev...
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Oak Park Climbs Podium Again in LPD1

Oak Park Climbs Podium Again in LPD1
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Aasia Laurencin crossed the finish line at East Kentwood High School multiple times Saturday, but the sweetest crossing for the Oak Park sophomore came after a race in which she didn’t compete. Laurencin was the first to greet teammate Dorriann Coleman following ...
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Hart, St. Charles Share Historic Finish

Hart, St. Charles Share Historic Finish
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Put the Hart and St. Charles teams together, and you’d have had a runaway winner in the Lower Peninsula Division 3 Track & Field Finals on Saturday at Comstock Park. Hart’s dominance in the distance events and St. Charles’ performances in the spri...
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Preview: Anticipating New Title Possibilities

Preview: Anticipating New Title Possibilities
Friday, June 1, 2018
With power programs shifting into different divisions and the next contenders emerging, Saturday’s MHSAA Girls Track & Field Finals appear full of opportunities to shake up the standings and watch a new batch of champions shine. Click below for glances at all...
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Performance: East Kentwood's Corinne Jemison

Performance: East Kentwood's Corinne Jemison
Friday, May 25, 2018
East Kentwood's Corinne Jemison, the reigning Lower Peninsula Division 1 champion in discus and runner-up in shot put, earned the opportunity to compete for those titles again with a pair of Regional championships May 18 at Lansing Waverly while also earning the Michiga...
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Norinh Fueled for Final HS Title Chase

Norinh Fueled for Final HS Title Chase
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Suenomi Norinh was disappointed when she didn’t qualify for the MHSAA Track & Field Finals as a freshman. It turned out to be the best thing that ever happened to the Zeeland East standout.
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Tyler Meets Challenges, Aims for Final Goal

Tyler Meets Challenges, Aims for Final Goal
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Talia Tyler has showed her competitive fire, really, since birth. But one really good example of how occurred when she was 6 years old. She had just scored a bunch of goals in a youth game and her father, Jim – partially to keep her humble and partially to be the...
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There's No Limiting Boyne City Vaulter

There's No Limiting Boyne City Vaulter
Friday, May 4, 2018
Anna Harmeling is a smart, multi-talented, grounded 18-year-old. Well, grounded except when she’s tracking her speed down the runway, then hurtling her 5-foot-5 frame into the air to clear a bar in the pole vault.
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Sprint Star Leads Southfield Christian Surge

Sprint Star Leads Southfield Christian Surge
Thursday, May 3, 2018
The village of Grass Lake, located in Jackson County, and the country of Nigeria are worlds apart in many ways. But at Southfield Christian, chance circumstances have brought the two together – and the results have had a positive effect in the classroom and in th...
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Re-focused Hanson Ready to Climb Again

Re-focused Hanson Ready to Climb Again
Thursday, April 5, 2018
By most any standard, Alexandra Hanson had a tremendous junior track season. The Brown City star didn’t lose a 100, 200 or 400-meter race in a dual or tri meet, and only finished lower than second twice prior to the MHSAA Lower Peninsula Division 3 championships,...
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Busy Spring Next for Three Rivers 4-Sporter

Busy Spring Next for Three Rivers 4-Sporter
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
For anyone complaining about not having enough hours in the day, meet Three Rivers sophomore Hadley Miller, whose productivity within a 24-hour span is nothing short of stunning. She’s one of those rare student-athletes who, as if there aren’t enough games ...
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Lakes Begin 'to Bring the Legacy Back'

Lakes Begin 'to Bring the Legacy Back'
Sunday, June 4, 2017
The Lake Linden-Hubbell girls ended a lengthy title drought Saturday, earning top honors at the Upper Peninsula Division 3 Track & Field Finals. Lake Linden scored 110 points to secure its first title since 1983, when it was competing in Class D.
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St Ignace Returns to D2 Title Height

St Ignace Returns to D2 Title Height
Sunday, June 4, 2017
The St. Ignace girls returned to familiar territory Saturday, earning their first Upper Peninsula Division 2 track title in three years with 110 points. Munising took runner-up honors at 102, and two-time defending champion Ishpeming took third this time with 91.
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Adrian Madison Follows Rosales to Top

Adrian Madison Follows Rosales to Top
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Doing one better was the theme for Adrian Madison’s girls track & field team Saturday at the Lower Peninsula Division 3 Finals at Comstock Park.  A year after finishing runner-up, the Trojans nabbed a team championship with 56½ points. Lansing Cat...
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Redettes Uphold Championship Tradition

Redettes Uphold Championship Tradition
Sunday, June 4, 2017
The Marquette girls upheld a proud tradition Saturday, earning their seventh consecutive Upper Peninsula Division 1 track & field championship with 118 points. Runner-up Negaunee scored 91 and Kingsford placed third at 70.
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