Phased-in practices, competition eyed

MHSAA Council affirms lower-risk sports will keep traditional start dates TRI-CITY AREA — The Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Representative Council approved the next steps in returning member schools last Wednesday, adopting a plan to phase in competition...

Jaya Forti helps Oilers to second

  IMLAY CITY — The Foster Oilers 16U softball team, which counts Imlay City’s Jaya Forti among their ranks, registered a second-place finish at the In the Net July Jamboree Tournament this past weekend. Palmrya, Pennsylvania is where the action unfolded. The...

Outrage 16U are tourney champs

  TRI-CITY AREA — Outrage’s 16U softball team claimed a first-place finish at the FAAST Summer Showdown Southeast Michigan Tournament. Play was contested Saturday at Memorial Park in Royal Oak and Sunday at Hickory Glen Park in Commerce Township. The squad opened...

Ross wins colt in national competition

IMLAY CITY — Madison Ross, who will be a senior at Imlay City High School this upcoming school year, won a two-year-old Rodney Yost Broadaxe Ranch Colt in a national competition earlier this year. Rodney Yost, of Rodney Yost Horsemanship and Broadaxe Ranch, sponsors...

Fall sports to go on as planned

  TRI-CITY AREA — Following months of speculation, a decision has finally been made. Michigan High School Athletic Association member schools will begin the 2020-21 school year playing fall sports as traditionally scheduled, but with contingency concepts in place...