Cascades Conference boys basketball season preview

By DOUG DONNELLY Hanover-Horton went undefeated in the Cascades Conference last season in a year that the league had six of its eight teams reach double-digits in wins. The Comets went 20-1 for the season but lost all five starters. They return some talented players, however, to make yet another run at a league title. … Continue reading Cascades Conference boys basketball season preview

Coaches, players reach breaking point in re-start of winter sports

By DOUG DONNELLY Frustrations are boiling over for Michigan’s thousands of winter sports coaches, athletes and parents as the state seems to be holding steady on its plan to prohibit sports like basketball, wrestling and competitive cheerleading until late February. Coaches and athletes say they just want to know why Gov. Whitmer and the Michigan … Continue reading Coaches, players reach breaking point in re-start of winter sports

Back to work: Michigan Center is Division 6 Regional final football game today

Michigan Center's football team knows a little something about breaks. After a season-opening loss to Hanover-Horton, Michigan Center went on a two week break due to Covid-19. When they came back, they ran the table, winning the rest of their regular season games and three playoff games. Now, after nearly two months off due to … Continue reading Back to work: Michigan Center is Division 6 Regional final football game today

Michigan Center advances; Addison loses on last-second touchdown

Cascades Conference football teams went 1-1 Friday night. Michigan Center beat Jonesville, 28-22, to move into the Division 6 Regional final while Addison lost to Sand Creek, 36-32, on a touchdown scored by the visiting Aggies on the final play of the game. MC will play Constantine next week. SAND CREEK 36, ADDISON 32  Sand … Continue reading Michigan Center advances; Addison loses on last-second touchdown