Entries for 'Battle Creek Pennfield'
Thursday, September 17, 2020
In high school football, there are only two plays where you can score a 100-yard touchdown – both by the defense bringing the ball out of the end zone on a turnover.
For Battle Creek Pennfield in the 1991 Class CC Football Playoff Final at the Pontiac Silverdome,...Continue Reading
Thursday, February 28, 2019
Seven reigning team champions and five singles title winners are returning for this weekend’s MHSAA Girls & Boys Bowling Finals.
But this sport annually seems to allow for a higher degree of the unexpected at this highest level of competition – so expec...Continue Reading
Friday, March 2, 2018
It was like old times for Battle Creek Pennfield’s boys bowling team at Friday’s Division 2 Team Finals at Super Bowl.
Winning the title was nothing new; the Panthers did it last year in Division 3. That made Pennfield the first school to win back-to-back b...Continue Reading
Thursday, March 1, 2018
On one hand heading into this weekend’s MHSAA Bowling Finals, we have the Flint Kearsley girls – winners of five of the last six Division 2 titles and top-ranked again.
On the other, we’re guaranteed at least three new team champions Friday &nda...Continue Reading
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
The Battle Creek Pennfield bowling teams are building impressive resumes again this winter after finishing the 2016-17 season on a historical note.
The Panthers capped last season by claiming both the Division 3 girls and boys singles championships – becoming the...Continue Reading
Saturday, March 4, 2017
James Ruoff and Haley Hooper starred in plenty of roles Saturday afternoon during the Division 3 singles bowling championships at M-66 Bowl.
They were comeback kids, winning MHSAA titles after Ruoff qualified as the No. 15 seed and Hooper made it as the No. 16 seed.Continue Reading
Friday, March 3, 2017
For 52 weeks, the Battle Creek Pennfield boys bowling team has been on a mission.
On Friday, its mission was accomplished. The Panthers, who felt frustrated a year ago after finishing second at the MHSAA Division 3 Final, left little room for error.Continue Reading
Thursday, March 2, 2017
This could be a weekend of unprecedented successes for Michigan high school bowlers.
The Davison and Flint Kearsley girls teams both will roll in Friday's Team Finals for their fifth championships over the last six seasons. Four 2016 singles champions also return, ...Continue Reading
Saturday, March 7, 2015
Warren Lincoln's Tyler Kolassa and Battle Creek Pennfield's Kadee Bechman both left themselves chasing a bit after low games to open qualifying of Saturday's MHSAA Singles Finals at Jackson's Airport Lanes.
But the end of the afternoon, no one could catch this season'...Continue Reading
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Grand Rapids South Christian quarterback Jon Wassink capped his high school career this fall by leading the Sailors to the Division 4 championship – after taking his team to a runner-up finish in 2013 and watching injured from the sidelines as South Christian won ...Continue Reading
Friday, March 1, 2013
It was not necessarily a bad thing to be behind early in the final game of the MHSAA Division 3 boys and girls Bowling Finals on Friday at Airport Lanes in Jackson.
Livonia Clarenceville won the boys championship, and Battle Creek Pennfield captured the girls title aft...Continue Reading
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Few MHSAA sports end with as many unexpected champions as emerge at the Bowling Finals, which will be contested this weekend at four sites around the state.
Here is our rundown of some of the favorites in each division -- and guesses at a few surprises as well. Continue Reading
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
BATTLE CREEK -- For 34 seasons, five Battle Creek teams -- Central, Lakeview, Pennfield, Harper Creek and St. Philip -- annually play for the Mick Haley trophy at the All-City Tournament.
St. Philip defeated Lakeview to win this season's event on Oct. 15 at Pennfield...Continue Reading
Thursday, October 20, 2011
There’s a good deal of talk that goes around Battle Creek’s volleyball community every fall. And with a significant amount of talent concentrated in such a small area, there’s plenty to say.
Starting in 1979, the last words for a season often have come at Batt...Continue Reading