The long-awaited West Michigan Conference expansion is now one step closer to being official, as the league invited six schools to join Friday.
Shelby was one of two county teams (Pentwater the other) that didn't get to find out how far it might have gone in last year's postseason. The Tigers' district title game against Evart was a casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic, a big loss for a team that played its best at the end of the season.
Walkerville’s boys basketball team showed flashes of brilliance last season, and hope to extend those flashes a little bit longer in 2021.
Pentwater had a tremendous season last year, earning a share of the West Michigan D League championship. The Falcons, though, were denied a shot to win the district title when COVID-19 shut down high school sports one day before they were set to play for the trophy.
The MHSAA announced Thursday that it's revised the tournament schedule for most winter sports after the statewide 'pause' was extended through Jan. 31 by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS). The new schedule is, of course, contingent on the pause not being extended p…
Basketball, wrestling and competitive cheer’s wait to get on the court and the mat will continue through January after the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced last Wednesday that it was extending the statewide sports pause 16 more days, through Jan. 31.
Pentwater will have a lot of work to do in the 2021 season as the Falcons try to replace most of their starting lineup.
Walkerville will enter the 2021 season with high expectations, returning all five of its starters back from last season’s West Michigan D League championship team.
Hart came within a whisker of swiping a West Michigan Conference title last year, and repeated as district champions. The Pirates hope they’re on course to bring home more trophies this season.
Shelby’s girls basketball team enjoyed a winning season last year, but with many of the Tigers’ top performers back, their sights are set higher in 2021.