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Despite Torn ACL, Lapeer's Erla Drives On

Despite Torn ACL, Lapeer's Erla Drives On
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Hannah Erla was so devastated by the diagnosis, she basically stopped listening. The Lapeer senior point guard had torn her ACL, which in her mind meant her final high school season was over after just four games. She wouldn’t be able to lead the Lightning to the...
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Lapeer Seniors Relish Long Walk Together

Lapeer Seniors Relish Long Walk Together
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Senior Night is an emotional time for any team as it symbolizes the end of a four-year run, even if it doesn’t technically mark the finish of a season. For the Lapeer boys soccer team, however, it signaled the end was coming to a run that’s lasted much long...
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D1 Preview: Heavy-Duty Contenders

D1 Preview: Heavy-Duty Contenders
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Often, the most intriguing bouts heading into a weekend of wrestling at The Palace of Auburn Hills are scheduled somewhere in the middle weights.  But this weekend, arguably the best matchup could come in a rematch among the heaviest competitors in Division 1.
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Davison's Olson Joins Mat Legends

Davison's Olson Joins Mat Legends
Sunday, March 8, 2015
It takes many people and a lot of time to build a legend. That’s why Lincoln Olson was so quick to hand out credit for the incredible feat he accomplished Saturday night at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
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Scholars and Athletes 2015: Class A

Scholars and Athletes 2015: Class A
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
The Michigan High School Athletic Association has selected 14 student-athletes from Class A member schools to receive scholarships through its Scholar-Athlete Award program.   Each of the scholarship recipients will be honored during a ceremony at halftime of the ...
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Coming Soon: Online Captains Course

Coming Soon: Online Captains Course
Friday, November 7, 2014
Staff, space and budgetary constraints put limitations on the best of organizations, and the MHSAA feels the squeeze like any other association. Technology, fortunately, provides an infinite number of belt loops to loosen as programs expand. In order to achieve mass ap...
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