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Hamdan Brings More History to Hudson

Hamdan Brings More History to Hudson
Sunday, March 3, 2019
A humble Jordan Hamden pinned his place in wrestling history Saturday evening at Ford Field.  The Hudson senior became the 25th four-time MHSAA Finals champion when he pinned New Lothrop's Logan Zell in 54 seconds in their Division 4 135-pound title match.
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D4 Preview: Hamdan Headlines Pursuit

D4 Preview: Hamdan Headlines Pursuit
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Division 4 features some of the most intriguing storylines heading into this weekend’s Individual Wrestling Finals at Ford Field – including some that could continue past this weekend. Hudson senior Jordan Hamdan is hoping to become either the 25th or ...
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Mendon Makes Good on Great Expectation

Mendon Makes Good on Great Expectation
Saturday, November 17, 2018
It took the Mendon volleyball team only one tournament to realize how good it was this season, and the Hornets certainly weren’t shy about making big proclamations.  “We started really early,” senior outside hitter Hayley Kramer said. &ldquo...
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D1/4 Recap: Lake Orion Rallies to Advance

D1/4 Recap: Lake Orion Rallies to Advance
Friday, November 16, 2018
Lake Orion will play for its first MHSAA volleyball championship Saturday. The No. 2-ranked Dragons, previously Class A runners-up in 2011, downed top-ranked Farmington Hills Mercy in five sets in their Semifinal on Friday to earn a spot in this season’s Division...
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Preview: Hopefuls Converge on Kellogg

Preview: Hopefuls Converge on Kellogg
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
There are important changes to note as we move into the final weekend of the 2018 Michigan high school girls volleyball season. First, remember that Classes A, B, C and D are no longer. This weekend will see the first champions of Divisions 1, 2, 3 and 4. And while Pon...
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Amid Life's Hurdles, Mendon Sprinter Rises

Amid Life's Hurdles, Mendon Sprinter Rises
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Sam Cleveland remembers a day back in elementary school, or at least parts of it, that changed his life forever.  He recalled feeling lightheaded, seeing a fuzzy image of the floor before passing out. After regaining consciousness, he was taken by ambulance to the...
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Mendon's Crespo Now 2 for 2 in Finals Trips

Mendon's Crespo Now 2 for 2 in Finals Trips
Sunday, March 4, 2018
Skyler Crespo bounced around Saturday night during his post-match interview. The Mendon sophomore had just won his second Division 4 wrestling championship in as many tries, but looked like he could get right back on the mat.
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Preview: Hundreds of Hopefuls, 56 Champs

Preview: Hundreds of Hopefuls, 56 Champs
Thursday, March 1, 2018
A total of 23 reigning champions will return to this weekend’s MHSAA Individual Finals, and all 56 who will be crowned will be celebrated by their schools and communities.  But as is often true on this biggest stage, the crowd’s focus will turn nearly ...
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D4 Preview: Hopefuls Knocking on Door

D4 Preview: Hopefuls Knocking on Door
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Hudson and New Lothrop have met for the Division 4 championship the last four seasons, and last year even as the Hornets entered Finals weekend unranked. But a look at the overall strength of this year’s quarterfinalists signals a new contender could rise.
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#TBT: Legends Made at 1997 LP Finals

#TBT: Legends Made at 1997 LP Finals
Thursday, August 10, 2017
MHSAA Lower Peninsula Finals race day in 1997 looks a little gray as the Class B participants are taking their first strides above.  But it turned out to carry plenty of significance in the four-decade history of Michigan girls cross country. 
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Southfield Christian '6' Claim 1st Track Title

Southfield Christian '6' Claim 1st Track Title
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Southfield Christian may not have a track, but it has a trophy case. And after Saturday’s Lower Peninsula Division 4 Finals at Grand Rapids’ Houseman Field, the Eagles have a new piece of hardware to put in it.
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Crespo Begins 'Chase' with 1st D4 Title

Crespo Begins 'Chase' with 1st D4 Title
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Oftentimes a coaching change is accompanied by the need to restock talent in order to rebuild. That certainly wasn’t the case for first-year Mendon wrestling coach Caleb Stephenson, who took over for his father, Art, this winter.
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Hudson's Hamdan Wins Clash of Champs

Hudson's Hamdan Wins Clash of Champs
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Hudson sophomore Jordan Hamdan didn’t just want to win a Division 4 title Saturday at The Palace of Auburn Hills – he also wanted to impress his older brother, Roddy. Hamdan accomplished both, defeating Jackson Lumen Christi’s Spencer Good 3-2 in a m...
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Scholars & Athletes 2017: Class C, D

Scholars & Athletes 2017: Class C, D
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
The MHSAA has selected 10 student-athletes from Class C and D member schools to receive scholarships through the MHSAA-Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete Award program. Click to find out more about all 10 scholarship recipients, who will be honored at halftime cerem...
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Southwest Schools Begin League Shuffle

Southwest Schools Begin League Shuffle
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Just when it seemed that the waters had calmed concerning conference realignment in Southwest Michigan, two area leagues are expected to lose a chunk of their respective memberships with the berth of a new alliance. Three members of the Berrien-Cass-St. Joseph League a...
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Mendon Coach Takes Reins from Mentor

Mendon Coach Takes Reins from Mentor
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Mendon football is Bobby Kretschman’s program now, and you’re not going to find anyone in their small town who would disagree with longtime coach John Schwartz concerning Kretschman’s worthiness to continue a tradition that includes 13 MHSAA championsh...
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Leighton Latest of Family Hurdling Stars

Leighton Latest of Family Hurdling Stars
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Mendon’s Mary Leighton has been gliding over hurdles for the Hornets for three years now, dominating most Berrien-Cass-St. Joseph Conference races, as well as an assortment of invitationals. That’s nothing new for the Leighton clan, which boasts a lineage o...
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Preview: Time to Take Next Steps

Preview: Time to Take Next Steps
Friday, November 6, 2015
Runners-up from 2014 are poised to make moves at Saturday’s MHSAA Boys Cross Country Finals at Michigan International Speedway.  Fremont, Lansing Catholic and Saugatuck all finished second in their respective races last season – but were ranked No. 1 i...
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Trenarys Trade Roles, Mendon Reigns On

Trenarys Trade Roles, Mendon Reigns On
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Volleyball found Bill Trenary early on. Actually, countless volleyballs did. “I was getting hit in the head with volleyballs before I could walk,” the Mendon High School varsity coach, now in his second year at the helm, said. “There’s a very go...
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Preview: Serving Up MHSAA History

Preview: Serving Up MHSAA History
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
It’s hard to remember the last time Battle Creek St. Philip didn’t win the MHSAA Class D volleyball championship – except perhaps for fellow semifinalist Leland, the last to claim the title before the Tigers won the last seven. St. Philip can tie Mary...
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