Entries for 'Detroit Central'

1918 Pandemic, WWI Threatened HS Sports

1918 Pandemic, WWI Threatened HS Sports
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Into a world filled with the challenges of World War I, a new menace arrived It didn’t wear colors or plead allegiance to a flag. It held no prejudice. It knew no borders.
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Coach Comes Home to Lead Central's Rise

Coach Comes Home to Lead Central's Rise
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Thirty-three years ago, Lynn Sanders graduated from Detroit Central. And before he left, he made a promise. Last year, Sanders showed he is a man of his word.
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Football Kicks Off Again, 129 Years Later

Football Kicks Off Again, 129 Years Later
Monday, August 28, 2017
Buried in the text on the fourth page of the Saturday, October 27, 1888, Detroit Free Press is a single, concise sentence bearing a minimum amount of detail: “The Windsor foot ball team will play the Detroit High School team this afternoon at 3.” ...
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1970s Pioneers Took 1st Track Strides

1970s Pioneers Took 1st Track Strides
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Sue Latter-Addison was a 16-year old junior at Clarkston High School in January 1973 when the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a 1972 ruling that allowed girls to compete in varsity, non-contact sports with boys in Michigan. Since her high school didn&rsquo...
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