Entries for 'Mio'

Orchard View Sluggers Continue Climb

Orchard View Sluggers Continue Climb
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
A pair of Muskegon Orchard View softball standouts are climbing MHSAA record book career lists with one more season to play. Find out more about Halee Holman and Cassidee White's impressive runs as they top our most recent report of record book editions in their sport.
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Final 'Retro' Mr Basketball Class Named

Final 'Retro' Mr Basketball Class Named
Friday, April 12, 2019
With the completion of the 2018-19 prep basketball season, the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan proudly wraps up its decade-long “Retro” Mr. Basketball project with the announcement of the final six honorees.
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Photos: Top Shooters & Award Winners

Photos: Top Shooters & Award Winners
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
The MHSAA Girls & Boys Basketball Finals the last two weekends showed off many of the best teams and players who took the courts across Michigan this winter. The championships also provided an opportunity to celebrate a few more accomplishments with the Basketball ...
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Lessons From Banner Run Still Ring True

Lessons From Banner Run Still Ring True
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
With one stoplight and a host of small businesses that line Main Street, Mio is well known for its access to the AuSable River and its high school sports team.  And like so many small towns across America, the school is the main focal point of the community. Mio i...
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P-W, Spitzley Shine with Record Range

P-W, Spitzley Shine with Record Range
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Three-point shooting played a big part in Pewamo-Westphalia’s run to the Class C Girls Basketball Semifinals this winter, led by senior guard Emily Spitzley. Check out where she and her team rank in the MHSAA girls basketball record book, plus more rece...
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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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