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Defending champs Grayson, Hebron Christian eliminated

Class AAAAAA Grayson and Class A Hebron Christian had their hopes of repeating as state champions come to an end Wednesday when they were eliminated in the second round of the girls soccer state tournament. 897 more words


Lansing Catholic golfer chasing fourth state title

Kim Johnson didn’t know anything about Owen Rush when he became the interim coach for the Lansing Catholic boys golf team last March.

He’d been asked by the athletic director to transition from being the girls assistant coach to leading the boys for one season. 550 more words


Haslett girls basketball coach resigns

HASLETT – A year removed from leading the Haslett girls basketball team to its first state championship game in school history, head coach Bob Currier informed school officials Friday that he would be resigning from his position. 136 more words


LSJ wrestling coach of the year: Grand Ledge's Steve Delaney

GRAND LEDGE – Steve Delaney vividly remembers what it was like to be at the top at an individual level.

In 1996, at Grand Ledge High School, he became the program’s first Division 1 individual wrestling champion since 1972 – a milestone he still cherishes to this day. 521 more words


Lions bring 1st state title back to Anderson in 70 years

Once up by 12 points in the third quarter, top-ranked Liberty Christian watched No. 3 Bloomfield get within a point with 7:22 left in the Class A state title game. 588 more words


2 Wilmington Destination Imagination Teams Compete At State Tournament

CHELMSFORD, MA — On Sunday, March 6, 2016, six teams from Wilmington Destination Imagination (DI) attended the annual regional tournament at Chelmsford High School.

All teams performed impressively and two teams even earned the opportunity to participate in Destination Imagination’s Massachusetts State Tournament, which took place at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) on Saturday, March 26, 2016! 419 more words


Fulton falls to No. 1 Powers North Central for second straight year

EAST LANSING – This time around, there was no mystery opponent for the Fulton boys basketball team in the state tournament.

The Pirates were very familiar with Powers North Central, the Upper Peninsula powerhouse that eliminated them in the Class D semifinals last season. 448 more words