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SPORTS GALORE: Donovan’s World Cup omission surprises many

For the first time since the 1998 World Cup, the United States will field a soccer team without superstar Landon Donovan. This comes as a surprise to many, not just diehard fans of soccer, but to casual fans, as well. I fall into the casual category and I use the term casual, loosely.

Montabella’s Emily Lint fires a pitch during the first game of the teams’ doubleheader Thursday against Saranac.

Montabella loses last two before districts

Montabella’s softball team will have to find something to help them get ready for the district tournament next week. The Mustangs didn’t find much Thursday in their final regular-season games, losing to Saranac 3-1 and 17-2.

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Wandel helps Lakeview golfers advance to regionals

The Lakeview Wildcats earned the opportunity on Thursday to continue its golf season. The Wildcats were one of six teams advancing from a Division 3 district tournament at Lakeside Links to the regional tournament.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, May 21

Central Montcalm 1-1: The Hornets split a pair of nonconference games against Pewamo-Westphalia on Wednesday. The Hornets lost game one 9-4. Jake Ebels took the loss. Bo Studley had two hits, while Ebels had a two-run double…

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THE REVIEW: Signing Scherzer a must

While purists may cringe at the thought, it’s undeniable that the game of baseball has become a business.

In the 1950s, you could walk into Yankee Stadium and purchase a ticket ranging from 75 cents for bleacher seats up to $10 for box seats.

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SPORTS GALORE: Tigers on the run

There is no denying the Detroit Tigers are a vastly different team than they have been the past few seasons. Besides less beef in the lineup and less smoke in the locker room, the key indicator could be the team’s 35 stolen bases in 36 games. For comparison, the Tigers stole 35 bases all of last season.

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THE REVIEW: Detroit Lions fans thirsty for a Super Bowl

The slogan, “Patience is a virtue” is lived out on a daily basis in Allen Park and has become the lifeblood to the never-say-die faithful who stick with the Detroit Lions organization each season.

Since the franchise landed on the east side of Michigan in 1934, there has been little cause for celebration.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, May 7

Central downed twice: The Green Hornets lost both games of a doubleheader Tuesday to Holton, as the Red Devils mercied Central 10-0 in five innings and won the second 2-1…

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, May 6

Lakeview, Reed City split: The Wildcats lost the first game to the Coyotes 4-0, but came back in the second game for a 12-2, five-inning mercy…

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THE REVIEW: A long journey for the Detroit Tigers

Welcome to Detroit, Michigan, not only famous for automobiles, but also for its reputation as the mecca of soul, thanks to the likes of Gladys Knight. Take a stroll down East Montcalm Street and you will find it impossible to ignore the passion for the game of baseball that is embodied by the locals. These are residents who have been clinging to the hope of bringing celebration back to a hurting city.