Entries for 'Erie-Mason'

Erie-Mason Standout Rules 3-Point Arc

Erie-Mason Standout Rules 3-Point Arc
Monday, April 29, 2019
Joe Liedel brought Erie-Mason to the MHSAA Semifinals for the first time this winter with one of the top 3-point shooting performances in state history. Click to find out about his record book pursuits and to see more recent additions in boys and girls basketball.
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P-W Earns Chance at 1st Championship

P-W Earns Chance at 1st Championship
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Pewamo-Westphalia always seems to be in the mix. The Pirates haven’t had a losing record since 1998-99, the last season before coach Luke Pohl returned to the program after two years away and led 19 straight winners. Maybe last year’s seniors, coming off an...
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D3 Preview: Repeat Faces Roadblocks

D3 Preview: Repeat Faces Roadblocks
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
After making is first MHSAA championship game in boys basketball a year ago – and winning it – Detroit Edison is back at the Breslin Center seeking a repeat this weekend. But the field lined up to halt the Pioneers is full of potential obstacles. Iron Mount...
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Seeing Need, New SE Officials Work to Fill It

Seeing Need, New SE Officials Work to Fill It
Saturday, October 27, 2018
Clyde Canales says his life experiences have prepared him for this. Bryant Moore says his new role as a football referee has taught him a new respect for the game. And Herb Bertz says he signed up to stay part of a game that has meant so much to his family the last seve...
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D4 Preview: Wide-Open Field in Pursuit

D4 Preview: Wide-Open Field in Pursuit
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Contenders with a combined 21 appearances in MHSAA individual title matches return to the Division 4 Finals this weekend. Eight are reigning champions, including one who won in Division 3 last season before his team was reclassified into this bracket.
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Johnson Bounces Back for Inspired Finish

Johnson Bounces Back for Inspired Finish
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Last wrestling season ended in heart-breaking fashion for Hudson senior Kyle Johnson. Not only was he unable to repeat as an individual MHSAA champion, but he also was mourning the passing of his grandfather, Jim Kimble.
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D4 Preview: Small Schools, Big Talents

D4 Preview: Small Schools, Big Talents
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
The best wrestlers in Michigan don’t have to attend the biggest high schools. Meet Dansville’s Dresden Simon, a reigning champion in Division 4 who has beaten reigning Division 1 and 2 champs this season.
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Brother's Memory Sparks Kent City Champ

Brother's Memory Sparks Kent City Champ
Saturday, March 7, 2015
For Kent City senior Shane Rodenburg, winning this year’s MHSAA Finals title was not something he was doing just for himself. He also was taking the mat with his younger brother Brendon in his heart. Read more about Rodenburg's victory and check out post-match co...
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D4 Preview: Sending Out the Seniors

D4 Preview: Sending Out the Seniors
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Michigan will celebrate one last time this weekend, at the high school level, an accomplished group of seniors who have dominated the Division 4 Individual Wrestling Finals during the first half of this decade. Four seniors will take the mat beginning Thursday with a c...
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Joy Outweighs Pain for Erie-Mason's Griffin

Joy Outweighs Pain for Erie-Mason's Griffin
Sunday, March 3, 2013
At least for a couple of minutes Saturday evening, Logan Griffin’s left shoulder stopped hurting. Or, hopefully, hurt a little less. He had separated it midway through this season, and didn’t return to the mat until the District tournament three weeks ago.
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