Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Jaciel Castro from Three Rivers works to catch the next runner ahead of him in Saturday’s Sturgis Tri-Meet.
STURGIS — The Three Rivers boys’ cross country team finished first in Saturday’s tri-meet in Sturgis. Three Rivers earned first with 25 points. Sturgis (33) took second and Gull Lake (75) placed third.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - The 2020 Three Rivers varsity boys tennis team. Kneeling in front left to right are, Josh Moore, Landon Grubbs, Jack Miller, Brenden Marchand, Kayden Stratton and Jaxson Gilleylen; back row, Alex Bryant, Gio Gioiosa, Brady Minnard, coach Mike Kupiec, Isaac Adams and Riley Lewis.
THREE RIVERS — Just seeing the enthusiasm in his players leaves second-year Three Rivers boys’ tennis coach Mike Kupiec optimistic about the progress of his team this fall.
OTSEGO — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team dropped a heartbreaking 2-1 Wolverine Conference match at Otsego Monday. Three Rivers took a 1-0 advantage after one half of play.
Wednesday, Sept. 23 Boys’ tennis Three Rivers at Sturgis, 4 p.m. Girls’ Golf Three Rivers at Edwardsburg Tri-Meet, Four Lakes Golf Club, 4 p.m. Boys’ Soccer
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Aiden Gidley, left, and Three Rivers treammate Dominick Homan (37) carry the Wildcats’ flag as they lead their team onto the field for last week’s home game against Sturgis.
VICKSBURG — As everyone in Three Rivers knows, purple and white are the Wildcats’ school colors.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Jaciel Castro from Three Rivers works to catch the next runner ahead of him in Saturday’s Sturgis Tri-Meet.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - The 2020 Three Rivers varsity boys tennis team. Kneeling in front left to right are, Josh Moore, Landon Grubbs, Jack Miller, Brenden Marchand, Kayden Stratton and Jaxson Gilleylen; back row, Alex Bryant, Gio Gioiosa, Brady Minnard, coach Mike Kupiec, Isaac Adams and Riley Lewis.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Aiden Gidley, left, and Three Rivers treammate Dominick Homan (37) carry the Wildcats’ flag as they lead their team onto the field for last week’s home game against Sturgis.
Photo provided by Michigan State Police - More than five pounds of meth, a handgun, and a “large amount” of money were recovered following a drug arrest in Sherman Township Tuesday.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Jaciel Castro from Three Rivers works to catch the next runner ahead of him in Saturday’s Sturgis Tri-Meet.
STURGIS — The Three Rivers boys’ cross country team finished first in Saturday’s tri-meet in Sturgis. Three Rivers earned first with 25 points. Sturgis (33) took second and Gull Lake (75) placed third. Finishing third individually for Three Rivers was Tyler Norton in 18:01. Alexander Benthin was...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - The 2020 Three Rivers varsity boys tennis team. Kneeling in front left to right are, Josh Moore, Landon Grubbs, Jack Miller, Brenden Marchand, Kayden Stratton and Jaxson Gilleylen; back row, Alex Bryant, Gio Gioiosa, Brady Minnard, coach Mike Kupiec, Isaac Adams and Riley Lewis.
THREE RIVERS — Just seeing the enthusiasm in his players leaves second-year Three Rivers boys’ tennis coach Mike Kupiec optimistic about the progress of his team this fall. Transitioning from an assistant coach to head coach last season was a bit of an adjustment for Kupiec. “We had a fairly young...
OTSEGO — The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team dropped a heartbreaking 2-1 Wolverine Conference match at Otsego Monday. Three Rivers took a 1-0 advantage after one half of play. Kayden Salinas scored the lone goal for Three Rivers at 16:04 of the first half off an assist by Jared Lubienecki....
Wednesday, Sept. 23 Boys’ tennis Three Rivers at Sturgis, 4 p.m. Girls’ Golf Three Rivers at Edwardsburg Tri-Meet, Four Lakes Golf Club, 4 p.m. Boys’ Soccer Paw Paw at Three Rivers, 6 p.m. Coloma, at Constantine, 5 p.m. Schoolcraft at Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep, 5 p.m. Cross Country White...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Aiden Gidley, left, and Three Rivers treammate Dominick Homan (37) carry the Wildcats’ flag as they lead their team onto the field for last week’s home game against Sturgis.
VICKSBURG — As everyone in Three Rivers knows, purple and white are the Wildcats’ school colors. But J.J. Wagner’s ballclub came into last Friday’s Wolverine Conference home opener against Sturgis a bit green. With a squad dominated by 20 juniors and pair of sophomores, Three Rivers’ inexperience...
Photo provided by Michigan State Police - More than five pounds of meth, a handgun, and a “large amount” of money were recovered following a drug arrest in Sherman Township Tuesday.
SHERMAN TWP. — Three people were arrested in Sherman Township Tuesday night as part of an ongoing drug conspiracy case investigated by the Southwest Enforcement Twam (SWET). According to Michigan State Police, the investigation occurred over the last several weeks in cooperation with the Drug...
THREE RIVERS — Without any preseason scrimmages to go by, our four local prep football prognosticators didn’t quite know what to expect when the season officially kicked off. The panelists did surprisingly well despite all the unknowns brought to the field during the COVID-19 pandemic. Slim Pickens...
MARSHALL — Centreville’s volleyball team finished 1-2 in Monday’s Marshall Quad. Deric Mostrom’s Lady Bulldogs lost to Marshall 13-25, 7-25 and Eaton Rapids 16-25, 21-25 before finishing with a win over Vicksburg 28-26, 25-13. Sarah Nighswonger and Grace Nighswonger had 12 kills each and Bella...
Commercial-News | Scott  Hassinger - Alex Thole
SCHOOLCRAFT — Schoolcraft’s spread offense was too powerful for  Constantine to stop as the host Eagles earned a convincing 49-14 Southwestern Athletic Conference non-division contest Friday at Roy Davis Field. Alex Thole,  the Eagles’ senior quarterback and Grand Valley State University commit,...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Three Rivers Public Library Interim Director Bobbi Schoon sets up a book on one of the shelves at the new library Monday. The TRPL is expected to open up for curbside service Monday, with Schoon saying she hopes to get people inside in the near future.
THREE RIVERS — After years of planning and construction, the Three Rivers Public Library’s move back to downtown Three Rivers will soon be complete. This Monday, Sept. 21, the library will re-open at its new location at 88 N. Main St. after being closed for over a month for its move from the corner...

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