Entries for 'Ludington'

Unity Rides Impressive Run Into Saturday

Unity Rides Impressive Run Into Saturday
Friday, March 15, 2019
The last two weeks have seen Hudsonville Unity Christian thrust into the statewide spotlight with a pair of wins over teams expected to contend for this season’s Division 2 title. But the Crusaders have belonged in that conversation all season as well, and showed...
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D2 Preview: Embrace the Unexpected

D2 Preview: Embrace the Unexpected
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Anything is possible during the basketball postseason, and this weekend's Division 2 bracket tells some of that story with at least a few surprises in contention for this season's championship.  But there’s no debating this weekend’s contenders haven&r...
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Great Clips of the Week: 2/8/18

Great Clips of the Week: 2/8/18
Thursday, February 8, 2018
This edition of “Clip of the Week” sponsored by Great Clips features an alley-oop dunk by Grand Rapids Catholic Central's Darrell Belcher from teammate Austin Braun. 
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Young's Magic Will be Missed in Muskegon

Young's Magic Will be Missed in Muskegon
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Muskegon High School’s historic Hackley Stadium was not an easy place for Gene Young to navigate in recent years, with his hulking 6-foot-6 frame slowed by neuropathy in both feet and worsened this past fall by a nasty infection on his left heel. But few people h...
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LaDuke's Defense Aids Ludington Rise

LaDuke's Defense Aids Ludington Rise
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Ludington’s run to the Class B championship game last winter was the result of a number of contributions – including senior Sam LaDuke’s on defense. Click to see where he ranks in the MHSAA boys basketball record book and read on for more recent ...
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Saturday Games Join Playoff Coverage

Saturday Games Join Playoff Coverage
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
A pair of games Saturday have been added to the online live video coverage of the MHSAA Football Playoffs – powered by the Michigan Army National Guard – and produced by participants in the association’s School Broadcast Program.
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This Time, Powers Leaves as Champion

This Time, Powers Leaves as Champion
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Mason Smith and the Flint Powers Catholic boys soccer team were not about to have the same ride home this year. Last year the Chargers dropped a heart-breaking one-goal loss in the Division 3 Final, and Smith remembers how he and his teammates felt after their loss to ...
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Preview: Seeking Storybook Endings

Preview: Seeking Storybook Endings
Thursday, November 2, 2017
We’ll have a first-time Division 1 champion this fall. It’s guaranteed. We could have first-time winners in Divisions 2 and 4 as well. And if one of the four past champions playing in Saturday’s MHSAA Boys Soccer Finals wins again, they all have great...
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Holland's Lake Leaves Scoring Legacy

Holland's Lake Leaves Scoring Legacy
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Holland’s Demetrius Lake finished his career this winter as one of the most prolific scorers in Michigan high school history, with 17 entries in the MHSAA record book highlighting his scoring and shooting prowess. Click below for details on Lake's accom...
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New Haven Locks Down, Lifts Class B Trophy

New Haven Locks Down, Lifts Class B Trophy
Saturday, March 25, 2017
The New Haven boys basketball team has made a habit of lighting up scoreboards with explosive offensive performances. But in their biggest game of the season, when pulled into a slowed-down game by Ludington, the Rockets dug deep and won with defense.
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Stunner Sends Ludington to Saturday

Stunner Sends Ludington to Saturday
Friday, March 24, 2017
If older brother is right, Joshua Laman might not remember much of the aftermath of his first 3-pointer this season. But it’s a shot Ludington – and probably River Rouge – will never forget.
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A-B Preview: Ready to Make History

A-B Preview: Ready to Make History
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Dating back more than 90 years, the MHSAA Boys Basketball Tournament allows us to conjure up “first time since” statements that truly speak to the event’s lengthy and rich history. Three of eight Class A and B semifinalists this weekend are playing fo...
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Lansing Catholic Claims 3rd Straight in D3

Lansing Catholic Claims 3rd Straight in D3
Saturday, June 6, 2015
Adam Elias is the epitome of a team player at Lansing Catholic, where MHSAA golf championships, both boys and girls, have been the norm for the past five seasons.  The Cougars boys chalked up their third straight title Saturday afternoon at Forest Akers West, even...
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Preview: Serving Up Plenty of Winners

Preview: Serving Up Plenty of Winners
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Reigning champions will abound at this weekend’s Lower Peninsula Girls Tennis Finals. But a few have opportunities to cement themselves in the MHSAA record book as well.  
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Highlight Reel: Ludington/Tawas

Highlight Reel: Ludington/Tawas
Friday, October 24, 2014
The Tawas boys soccer team defeated Ludington 1-0 in overtime a Division 3 Regional Semifinal on Wednesday. 
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Serving Up Stellar Performances

Serving Up Stellar Performances
Thursday, March 27, 2014
A pair of volleyball aces, or rather acers, top this week’s list of additions to the MHSAA record book listings. Check out some of the back stories as well behind this week's additions in baseball, girls and boys basketball, football, girls lacrosse and boys tenn...
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Finals Preview: Pushing the Powers

Finals Preview: Pushing the Powers
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Midland Dow has won three straight MHSAA tennis championships. Ann Arbor Greenhills has won four. And Detroit Country Day has finished among the top two in each of the last four seasons. To find them as favorites again at this weekend's Lower Peninsula Finals is no su...
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Patience Pays Off for Soaring Orioles

Patience Pays Off for Soaring Orioles
Friday, September 28, 2012
Ludington boys tennis coach Cliff Perez had high hopes for the future. But the challenge during the 2010 season was convincing his players to hang on for it. Two years later, his Orioles are finding out why this fall was worth a short wait.
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High 5s: 9/26/2012

High 5s: 9/26/2012
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
We're kicking off the 2011-12 school year with a newly-crowned MHSAA soccer goals leader, arguably the top female cross country runner in the state, and a boys tennis team that's risen from two wins two seasons ago to two wins over top-10 teams this past Saturday.
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