Earlier this week, the Brandywine Boys’ Soccer team won its first conference championship in school history. The Bobcats beat Buchanan 2-1 in overtime Tuesday to capture the first soccer league championship in the newly formed BCS Conference.
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As Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter enters free agency during the offseason, he says he is looking at all options, including retirement. Hunter, who is 39 years old, said he will talk it over with his wife,
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Ra’Quon Glenn of Niles High School Football is Berrien County’s Student Athlete of the Week for the week of September 21, 2014. In the Vikings’ win over Kalamazoo Central, Ra’Quon tied a state record with 17 pass
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Nick Stants and Peter Kim of St. Joseph High School Tennis are Berrien County’s Student Athletes of the Week for the week of September 14, 2014. Nick and Peter are the #1 doubles team for the Bears.
Marty Ward Jr. of Brandywine High School Football is Berrien County’s Student Athlete of the Week for the week of September 7, 2014. In the Bobcats’ win over Centerville, Marty rushed for 245 yards on 14 carries
Kelsey Smith of Grace Christian High School Volleyball is Berrien County’s Student Athlete of the Week for the week of August 31, 2014. In the Patriot’s match against Eau Claire, Kelsey collected 13 Kills, four Digs, three
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The current period of high school conference changes is being driven mainly by two things. School enrollment numbers and, for the most part, football. How can one sport decide the fate of an entire school athletic program.
With the first official MHSAA football practice now in the books, there have been some changes in the high school sports landscape and the rules for football.
Not to quote or even emulate one of my favorite comedians of all time George Carlin. I thought I would compare America’s sports, and maybe add basketball, hockey, and even soccer to the conversation.
This week the Detroit Red Wings released their plans and artist drawings for their new arena that is set to open in 2017. The designs also included designs for an arena and entertainment district. And, yeah the
The MHSAA has a rule that really may annoy some players and coaches, and maybe even some game workers (like me), but it’s a rule that should be followed by MLB, the NFL, and the NCAA. The
In the past few weeks of my entries, I’ve spent a lot of time referencing the MHSAA’s Enrollment list for the 2014-15 school year. That’s the list of schools and the number of students they had on
There’s been a lot of talk about the issue of native american nicknames for sports teams. Like the Redskins, Indians, Chiefs, and Chieftains.
A few weeks ago. Jack Walkden of the South Bend Tribune posted a story that it maybe time for the area athletic conferences to do what they do in the Grand Rapids Area. Turn the SMAC,
The end is here for the year… The school year that is. So it’s time for me to try to put into words what I can remember from all the way back in August of 2013.
OK this one will be quick (I swear). But I’ve got the 2014, 2015 schedule for the Southwest Michigan Athletic Conference. There are a few things that I have an issue with.
The “offseason” in high school sports is here and area athletic directors are (hopefully) taking a few weeks to take a breath and calm themselves before the busy fall season begins with practices at the start of