MHSAA to discuss plans moving forward

TRI-CITY AREA — The following statements are attributable to Mark Uyl, executive director of the Michigan High School Athletic Association, in response to last Thursday’s announcement by Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human...

Boettcher’s team posts 5-0 mark

  DRYDEN — Monsters 18 Elite club volleyball team, which lists Dryden’s Erin Boettcher on their roster, posted a 5-0 mark against Michiana Open Power League adversaries this past weekend. Blue Water Sports, in Warren, is where the contests unfolded. Monsters 18...

LeFevere nabs a second for Oakland

IMLAY CITY — The Oakland University women’s track team, which counts former Imlay City standout Robin LeFevere among their ranks, started their 2021 season Friday, January 15 at the SVSU Classic. The meet marked the return to action for Oakland University after a...

Livingston nabs fifth for GVSU

IMLAY CITY — Former Imlay City standout Carly Livingston excelled competing for the Grand Valley State University women’s track team last Saturday at the Mike Lints Open her school hosted Livingston, a senior, posted a pole vault clearance of 12 feet 3 1/2 inches....

Camryn wins Snocross

Capac’s Anderson brothers making a name for themselves on national racing circuit CAPAC — Camryn Anderson, a 2014 graduate of Capac High School, brought home a top finish on his snowmobile from the Elk River Snocross National prolite finals held recently. The action...

Winter contact sports schedules are being adjusted by the MHSAA

TRI-CITY AREA — The Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Representative Council approved a plan last Thursday for adjusting schedules for five winter contact sports which may begin non-contact activities as of Saturday, January 16 but not full practice and...