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AYBA calls off their 2020 season

AYBA calls off their 2020 season

ALMONT — The cancellations continue to mount as the Almont Youth Baseball Association has opted not to go ahead with their 2020 season. “I am sad to announce the AYBA will not be holding a 2020 season this year,” AYBA President Brandon Gable stated. “This was not an...

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Kaplan makes hoops listing

Kaplan makes hoops listing

DRYDEN — Dryden standout Jack Kaplan earned a spot on the honorable mention list of the BCAM’s Best Division 4 basketball players which was announced recently. Kaplan accumulated 410 points over 21 games, an average of 19.5 points per contest, during the 2019-20...

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Rodriguez commits with Adrian College

Rodriguez commits with Adrian College

IMLAY CITY — Imlay City’s Alfredo Rodriguez made a verbal commitment to become a part of the Adrian College men’s soccer team recently. In addition to Adrian College, Rodriguez received recruiting interest from Spring Arbor University, Edgewood College and Midland...

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Bourdeau to take skills to Alma

Bourdeau to take skills to Alma

  ALMONT — Almont’s Gabe Bourdeau committed to become a part of the Alma College men’s basketball team recently. In addition to Alma College, Bourdeau received recruiting interest from Olivet College and Northwood University. Bourdeau gained their interest by...

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Joe Harper will wrestle for Tiffin

Joe Harper will wrestle for Tiffin

IMLAY CITY — Imlay City wrestling standout Joe Harper signed a national letter of intent to join Tiffin (Ohio) University’s wrestling team recently. Tiffin is a Division 2 school that competes in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. As mentioned before, Harper had...

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Imlay Boys Baseball calls season

Imlay Boys Baseball calls season

IMLAY CITY — After weeks of speculation as to what their future plans will be, the Imlay City Boys Baseball Board has decided to call off their upcoming season. That decision was made official this past weekend in an announcement by Imlay City Boys Baseball. “I write...

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Tyson brings home  title in MYWAY event

Tyson brings home title in MYWAY event

  CAPAC — Capac’s Hunter Tyson went 4-0 en route to a first-place weight class finish at the Bay County MYWAY Tournament. The event was contested on Sunday, March 1. Tyson, competing in the high school 148-pound weight class, started his successful tournament run...

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Measel is named Detroit’s MVP

Measel is named Detroit’s MVP

  ALMONT — Rebecca Measel, a former standout at Almont High School, was recognized as the Team MVP the University of Detroit women’s cross country team postseason awards recently. The junior earned the Kevin Donner MVP, setting the pace for the Titan pack in...

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Denver, Winget run at states

Denver, Winget run at states

IMLAY CITY — Imlay City junior Jessica Denver and senior McKinzie Winget competed at the Michigan Indoor Track Series Indoor State Championship recently. Eastern Michigan University’s Bowen Field House, in Ypsilanti, hosted the meet contested February 22-23. The...

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14U volleyball team reaches semis

14U volleyball team reaches semis

  TRI-CITY AREA — The Almont 14U volleyball club team, which ironically includes a roster of players hailing exclusively from Imlay City, gave a good account of themselves at a season-ending tournament in March 7 in Holly. The team concluded pool play with a 4-2...

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