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Some fall high school sports may see their first games delayed, according to an announcement the MHSAA made Wednesday afternoon that marks the organization’s first tweaks to the fall sports schedule to combat the spread of COVID-19.

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The fun continues this week with a look at some of the best Walkerville games I’ve seen since 2012. The Wildcats play fewer sports than any team I cover, but they’ve still had some fun moments that I’ve been fortunate enough to see in eight years. Here’s a rundown of some of the best.

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This week, our best-of series continues, and this time we’re looking at one of the smaller schools, not just in the county, but in the whole state — Pentwater. The Falcons, however, have regularly punched above their weight class, and have produced more than their share of memorable athletes…

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The Pentwater Falcons don’t have as many sports as the previous two schools we’ve covered in this series, but over the past eight years, they’ve made up for it with probably as many thrilling games per capita as any of the eight schools I cover. Interestingly, many of those memorable battles…

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The MHSAA announced Friday morning, July 17, that member schools will start the 2020-21 school year playing fall sports as usual, with contingency plans in place if needed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Continuing our look back at some of the most memorable Oceana County athletes and contests since 2012, this week we look at the Hesperia Panthers. Hesperia is well-known for its wrestling, but the Panthers have seen great athletes come through its walls in recent years in several other sport…

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As part of our ‘best-of’ pages we are running during the local sports shutdown, here’s a selection of some of the best Hesperia games I’ve witnessed since arriving on the scene. The Panthers have seen some thrilling afternoons and evenings since that time; this is only a sampling of some of …

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Several media outlets of late have speculated that state high school athletic associations might consider switching the spring and fall sports seasons for the 2020-21 school year, swapping contact sports like football to the spring in exchange for sports like track and field and golf, which …