A group of high school students finds out, out of seemingly nowhere, that their sports seasons are in jeopardy. Kids are upset. Parents are upset. Coaches are upset. There seems to be no clear sign of when their games will return. (The MHSAA announced Friday that it will be at least August w…
The Western Michigan D League this past week announced its girls and boys all-conference teams, with a number of local athletes being named to those teams.
What started as a postponement turned into what many in the area of high school athletics most feared Friday afternoon.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association announced it canceled the remainder of the 2019-20 winter and spring sports seasons, in compliance with Thursday's “state of disaster” directive by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer closing school buildings and moving education online for the remainder of th…
The West Michigan Conference realignment discussion, which kicked back up late last year when the league announced it would pursue expansion, is still moving, although the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed progress.
Hemlock Golf Club announced last week the hiring of new golf pro Chris Cullen.
With businesses shutting their doors and events being canceled around the country, most of the community is scrambling to find ways to beat the cabin fever.
Being chosen to be a part of one of the most select teams in the region is impressive enough.
Local schools already took a step to limit participation in athletics when the MHSAA weighed in Friday, effectively creating a dead period for the next three weeks.
Ludington’s boys basketball and swim teams along with the Pentwater boys basketball team saw their seasons suspended after a decision was made by the MHSAA due to health concerns.