While many weren’t paying attention, the Airline Vikings joined Evangel and Haughton at the top of the District 1-5A race by getting past the undersized and undermanned Captain Shreve Gators 56-21 on Friday night in Lee Hedges Stadium. 652 more words
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In sports, winning is the ultimate tonic. It’s a concoction Gator Nation desperately needed Friday.
Captain Shreve arduous journey for nearly five months is well-chronicled. Friday, in their first home game since the sudden passing of head football coach Richard Lary, the Gators used a dramatic goal-line stand, clutch runs by a kid who may not be tall enough to create a shadow and a field goal to rally past Huntington, 23-20, at Lee Hedges Stadium. 725 more words
StaffNovi Detroit Catholic Central’s Plan A was to run the football Friday night right at state power Muskegon.
But when that wouldn’t work in the first half, the Shamrocks had no choice but to go with Plan B during the second half as CC offensive coordinator Michael Mach decided to put the ball in a sophomore’s hands, who ironically had never started a varsity game. 1,046 more words
Muskegon quarterback Kalil Pimpleton was on the loose and heading for the Novi Detroit Catholic Central end zone when safety Tyler Laurentius came flying in to nail him at the 7-yard line as the clock was closing in on single digits and CC was clinging to a three-point lead. 507 more words