Sports Radio 1400 WSJM @wsjmsports wsjmsports.com Wednesday, October 08, 2014
ESPN is reporting that the fate of the five suspended Notre Dame football players could be learned later today or tomorrow. According to a statement released by the University, the hearings for the players were completed Friday,
We continue to profile inductees into the Lakeshore Athletic Hall of Fame. Induction will take place at Friday’s football game at Al Stockman Stadium.
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,
Sports Radio 1400 WSJM @wsjmsports wsjmsports.com Tuesday, October 07, 2014
The latest high school soccer rankings are out. Here’s how they look… DIVISION 1 1. Okemos 2. Canton 3. Walled Lake Northern 4. Fraser 5. Livonia Stevenson 6. Bloomfield Hills 7. Northville 8. Grand Haven 9. Portage
The latest girls’ golf rankings are out. Here’s how they look… DIVISION 1 1. Troy 2. East Kentwood 3. Lake Orion 4. Davison 5. Rochester 6. Dearborn 7. Plymouth 8. Farmington Hills Mercy 9. Rochester Hills Stoney
The Associated Press High School Football rankings are out. Here’s how they look… Division 1 1. Clarkston (4) (6-0) 49 2. Detroit Cass Tech (1) (6-0) 46 3. Macomb Dakota (6-0) 39 4. Dearborn Fordson (6-0) 34
Michigan coach Brady Hoke says the Wolverines will be without sophomore running back Derrick Green for the rest of the season due to a broken clavicle. Green suffered the shoulder injury during the fourth quarter of Saturday’s
The Detroit Lions have cut Alex Henery, the second kicker they’ve cut in three weeks. Henry was brought in to replace rookie Nate Freese. Between the two, the Lions are 4 of 12 in field goal attempts
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Sports Radio 1400 WSJM @wsjmsports wsjmsports.com Monday, October 06, 2014
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
It’s been a few weeks since I went on a rant, but I think it’s time for one.
Sports Radio 1400 WSJM @wsjmsports wsjmsports.com Friday, October 03, 2014 MLB – Major League Baseball – Division Series (Best of 5) Last Night Baltimore Orioles 12, Detroit Tigers 3 (Orioles Lead Series 1-0) Kansas City Royals 3, Los Angeles Angels
Sports Radio 1400 WSJM @wsjmsports wsjmsports.com Thursday, October 02, 2014 MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night- National League Wild Card Playoff San Francisco Giants 8, Pittsburgh Pirates 0 Giants 8, Pirates 0 – Giants clobber Bucs to earn meeting
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.
Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has been named American League Player of the Month for September. In 26 games, Cabrera hit .379 with eight home runs, 10 doubles, 18 RBI and he scored 19 runs. The award
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