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Photo provided - Paige Walton (24) of Centreville keeps the ball away from Bailee Freedline (22) and Lauren Dressler (20) of White Pigeon.
CENTREVILLE — Centreville’s girls basketball team pulled out a gritty 40-34 win at home Friday over White Pigeon. The Southwest 10 Conference win improves Centreville to 4-1 overall. White Pigeon falls to 2-5.   Faith Edwards scored 15 points, had eight rebounds and five assists for the Lady...
KALAMAZOO — The Three Rivers wrestling team competed in the Kalamazoo Central Quad Friday night where the Wildcats finished 2-1. Three  Rivers defeated Marshall 60-24 and Otsego 62-18 before losing  its final match to Kalamazoo Central (39-37). Bryson McKee at 130 pounds, Brandt Lafferty (125),...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger The 2020-21 Three Rivers High School wrestling team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Lilly Ruesink, Bryson McKee, Alex Bryant and Javier Kelley-Martinez; second row, Azariah Price, Landon Grubbs, Marco Hernandez, Jeremiah Detwiler, Adam Saddler and Zach Reus; third row, Clinton Kaiser, Josh Jones, Brandt Lafferty, Madison Jackson and Grace Lafferty; back row, head coach Jeff Smith, Jacob Reynolds, Lloyd Ruesink, Jason Pollard, Jacob Ballard, and assistant coach
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers has shown remarkable improvement on the wrestling mat as the abbreviated regular season nears its end and Jeff Smith’s Wildcats begin preparations for the postseason. Smith’s Wildcats are 11-7 overall, including a 3-1 start in the Wolverine Conference entering Tuesday’s...
Photo provided  - The 2020-21 Howardsville Christian varsity boys’ basketball team. Pictured in the front row left to right are, Carter Grandlinard, Michael Cripps, Josiah Rose and Jason Jergens; back row, head coach Justin Jergens, assistant coach Tim Jergens, Charley Isham, Ethan Johnson, Sam Nagel, Josh Parks and assistant coach Jared Steiner.
HOWARDSVILLE — Second-year Howardsville Christian School boys’ basketball coach Justin Jergens likes the direction his Eagles are headed 10 games into the season. The Eagles, who took a 7-3 overall record into Friday’s BCS White Divisional game at St. Joseph Michigan Lutheran, have high goals...
THREE RIVERS — Constantine’s bowling team had a busy week with three matches to finish the regular season. On Wednesday, the Falcons hosted Bronson at South Lanes in Three Rivers and came away with a come-from-behind 18.5-11.5 victory. Corey Goldsmith led the Falcons with scores of 190 and 157....
HASTINGS — Three Rivers dropped three non-league wrestling matches in Wednesday’s Hastings Quad, losing to the host school (39-36), Lakewood Lake O’Dessa 54-30 and Jackson Northwest 50-30. Javier Kelly-Martinez at 135 pounds went unbeaten at 3-0 for Three Rivers, while Jake Reynolds (285) went 2-0...
NILES — Three Rivers held host Niles to single-digit scoring in three of the four quarters and emerged with a 52-35 non-league boys basketball road win. Brian Burg’s Wildcats jumped out to a 12-9 lead after one quarter, 24-18 at halftime and 39-31. The Cats put the game away with a 13-4 fourth-...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Junior Emma Stasiuk (30) from Three Rivers gets an open shot at the basket against Niles Friday at the Purple Palace.
THREE RIVERS — Sparked by increased attendance and having the school pep band playing from the stands, the Three Rivers girls’ basketball team fed off that energy Friday. Three Rivers used the extra spark to control visitng Niles from start to finish in a 69-39 non-conference win. The win...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Senior Carson Cupp (50) from Mendon scores two points in front of Comstock defending JR Kellum.
MENDON — Comstock broke open a close game with a 20-1 run during the second quarter and cruised to an eventual 64-28 win at Mendon Thursday. The Colts held a three-point edge over the Hornets, 13-10, after one quarter. Following its big offensive explosion in the second quarter,  Comstock took  a...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Mendon freshman forward Makenna Mullin (14) fights Braille Wood (10) and Neah Jain (34) for a rebound in the lane Wednesday.
MENDON — Mendon’s girls baskeball team earned its fifth win of the season with a 34-26 non-conference victory at home over Quincy Wednesday. Mendon, now 5-1, grabbed a 4-1 lead after the opening eight minutes and increase its advantage to 15-7 entering halftime. Quincy went on a 17-5 run in the...

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