WHITEHALL — One side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic is that many spring sports athletes may be making college choices without any school-sponsored competition since 2019. Such is the case with Christian Smolen, who made his baseball commitment to NAIA school Siena Heights official Wednesday…
The White Lake Rivals youth baseball travel program has largely been alone on the local sports scene this summer, and it showed June 13-14, when the season-opening tournament it hosted, the Shoreline Smash, drew more participation than usual.
Former Montague star and Davenport University third baseman Jacob Buchberger made his pro choice over the weekend, opting to sign with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Things didn’t exactly go as Montague’s Jacob Buchberger originally planned in the past few months leading into this week’s Major League Baseball draft, which concluded Thursday.
Things aren't exactly going as Montague's Jacob Buchberger originally planned going into next week's MLB draft, which will be held on June 10 and 11.
The 2020 Muskegon Clippers’ season became the latest casualty of COVID-19 this week, as the Clippers announced that the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League has canceled its season.
The White Lake Little League announced Friday night on Facebook that it is cancelling the 2020 season.
The White Lake Little League is the latest local sports season to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, as Little League International announced Monday that all leagues nationwide must delay their seasons at least through May 11.
The Muskegon Clippers released a statement on Twitter Tuesday afternoon saying that no decision has yet been made regarding the 2020 Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League season, but that the league is "closely monitoring" the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Muskegon Community College baseball team will be hosting a Fall Prospect Showcase on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the college baseball field on 221 S. Quarterline Road.