By mid-January in Michigan, spring and summer are long forgotten seasons of joy. With temperatures well below freezing, snow and ice everywhere, spring is a wish for many. After a long holiday season, meaning filling up on food and dessert, this is the time of year to get back in shape.
Lakeview’s Jon Hansen went diving. John Zuluaga-Torres did the same. It was their effort that saved the basketball from going out of bounds. Hansen’s dive was near mid court, Zuluaga-Torres was along the baseline. The end result was a game defining three-pointer from Caleb Rubalcaba.
Vestaburg 81, Farwell 34: The Wolverines mercied the Eagles in a non-conference game to remain undefeated this season. Jared Hilden led Vestaburg with 19, Collin Dove added 17 and Mitchell Sellers added 12 to the win…
It was a breaking news segment that struck nationwide. Media personalities crowded into Detroit Metro Airport to capture the arrival of a charter flight carrying the face of change for a deflated University of Michigan football program.
Greenville second at Rockford: The Yellow Jackets went 4-1 at the Rockford Tournament on Saturday. Greenville defeated Rockford “B” 61-15, Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse 50-24, Okemos 65-9 and Tri County 39-32. In the finals, Greenville lost to Grand Ledge 37-18…
Alan Trammell deserves to be enshrined in Cooperstown. That is my opinion, which is shared by many, but unfortunately, is not shared by enough of the members of the Baseball Writer’s Association of America (BBWAA). They are the ones responsible for voting each and every year.
Offensively, the Lakeview Wildcats looked to be in midseason form. Defensively, according to coach Mike Schreiber, Lakeview could have been much better.
Central Montcalm 61, Morley Stanwood 42: The Green Hornets are still undefeated after knocking off the Mohawks Tuesday night. Lane Ledford led Central with 20 points, Todd Switzer added 14 and Mason Barnwell added 11 points…
There it was, laying near the Dallas Cowboys’ 30-yard line, a yellow penalty flag. It was plain as day. Detroit Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew was interfered with by Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens on third-and-one, just inside Dallas territory. With a little more than eight minutes remaining in the game, the penalty meant the Lions had an automatic first down and some 15 yards tacked onto their field position.
It became a tradition.
The studio lights clicked on, the teleprompters came to life and those red letters reading, “On-Air” illuminated as he sat there in the studio, like so many days before.