Entries for 'Whittemore-Prescott'

Preview: Prepare for Close Finishes

Preview: Prepare for Close Finishes
Friday, June 1, 2018
Predicting the outcomes of MHSAA Track & Field Finals can be quite a leap.  But here's a semi-reliable forecast after hours of poring over the qualifiers for Saturday's seven boys meets: Expect plenty of close competition as a number of teams have the singular...
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Cardinals Cap Unbeaten Season with 1st Title

Cardinals Cap Unbeaten Season with 1st Title
Monday, June 12, 2017
As coach Jeff Erickson searched the hallways for athletes to bolster his boys track & field team, he let them know up front this was not a sport where they’d get tons of attention and hype. This season, the Whittemore-Prescott boys track & field team &nda...
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Whittemore-Prescott Gets Win That Counts Most

Whittemore-Prescott Gets Win That Counts Most
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Winning it all doesn’t necessarily mean winning them all when it comes to track & field.  In fact, the Whittemore-Prescott boys team didn’t win a single event at Saturday’s Lower Peninsula Division 4 championship meet at Grand Rapids’ H...
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Preview: Star Power Expected to Shine

Preview: Star Power Expected to Shine
Friday, June 2, 2017
The MHSAA Track & Field Finals again will draw one of the largest groups of competitors of any championship event in the state this school year. And fans surely will recognize a number of names from Finals past – including, on the boys side, a number of senio...
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Selection Sunday Show Returns to FSD

Selection Sunday Show Returns to FSD
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
It’s become a ritual of the fall sports season – hundreds of high school football teams across the state of Michigan gathering for watch parties, hoping to hear their names and match-ups called for the MHSAA Football Playoffs during the Selection Sunday Show...
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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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Leland Ace Finds Net in Record Fashion

Leland Ace Finds Net in Record Fashion
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
The Leland girls soccer team won its league and District this spring on the feet of a number of talented players, including one of the highest scorers in MHSAA history. Sophomore Libby Munoz set a single-season record with 84 points and scored the second-most...
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Things Change, Result Same for Ventures

Things Change, Result Same for Ventures
Friday, June 14, 2013
Last season as a sophomore, Garrett Schilling was Madison Heights Bishop Foley’s number two starting pitcher and earned a complete-game victory in the team’s Division 3 Semifinal. Now the team’s ace and a junior, he did exactly the same Friday agains...
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Finals Preview: Making the Numbers Add Up

Finals Preview: Making the Numbers Add Up
Thursday, June 13, 2013
A few numbers are worth noting heading into MHSAA Baseball Finals weekend at Battle Creek's Bailey Park. Seven of the 16 teams taking the field will be playing for their first championships. But there are plenty of coaches this weekend who know about winning; eight ha...
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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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