Sports

Almont outscores Dryden, 80-71

Almont outscores Dryden, 80-71

TRI-CITY AREA — Almont outscored visiting Dryden, 80-71, in a non-league varsity boys’ basketball matchup Monday. It was the season-opener for both combatants. In Monday’s matchup, Dryden grabbed a 19-16 edge after one quarter was over with. Quarter two would see...

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Dryden hands C-PS a 46-16 defeat

Dryden hands C-PS a 46-16 defeat

DRYDEN — The Dryden varsity girls’ basketball squad rolled past visiting Carsonville-Port Sanilac in a North Central Thumb League contest Monday night. It was the season-opener for both schools. In Monday’s contest, Dryden jumped out to a 12-5 advantage after one...

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Winter sports may resume

TRI-CITY AREA — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced last Thursday that Michigan High School Athletic Association member schools may begin full practice activities in the winter contact sports of girls’ and boys’ basketball, competitive cheer...

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Let’s play ball!

Coaches preview their teams   TRI-CITY AREA — The start of another high school basketball season is now underway. Here is a look at who our Tri-City squads lost to graduation, their key returnees and how things shape up as the season begins this week.   Boys...

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Imlay City drops opener to Powers

IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City varsity boys’ basketball team absorbed a 94-56 road loss to Flint Powers in a non-league encounter Monday night. With the outcome, Flint Powers goes to 1-0 overall. Imlay City falls to 0-1 this season. Andrew Badder (11 points, including...

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Council reaffirms winter sports will be played

TRI-CITY AREA — The Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association reaffirmed their commitment last Wednesday to play winter sports when the current restrictions are lifted by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Winter...

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Boettcher leads team to 3-2 mark

Boettcher leads team to 3-2 mark

DRYDEN — Monsters 18 Elite club volleyball team, which counts Dryden’s Erin Boettcher among their ranks, put together a 3-2 record at a tournament it attended this past weekend. Indianapolis, Indiana is where the matches were contested. Monsters Elite began their...

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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...

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Boettcher’s team posts 5-0 mark

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...

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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...

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