July 14, 2014 by Administrator · Comments Off
White Pigeon Days concluded its three-day run Sunday, with a community church service and picnic at Wade Park.
Event organizers said Saturday night’s fireworks show was viewed by thousands of people who parked as far away as Dickinson Road to watch the display.
Earlier in the evening, Constantine High School’s alumni football squad topped a White Pigeon alumni team, 14-6. Proceeds from the game’s $10-per-person admission fee will be split between the two schools for their respective football programs.
June 27, 2014 by Administrator · Comments Off
Three area athletes have been named to the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association First Team all-state team.
Pitcher Chance Stewart, a Sturgis High School three-star athlete who has committed to Western Michigan University as its football quarterback, was chosen as a Division 2 member for his baseball prowess.
In Division 4, Kaleb McCarroll of Mendon added the all-state honor in addition to being named St. Joe Valley league MVP for the second consecutive season. McCarroll, who graduated in June, played third base and pitched for the Hornets.
Also in Division 4, Centreville’s Michael Kool received the honor for his accomplishments during his sophomore season.
Kool played third base but saw limited action on the mound, as well. He was an integral part of the Bulldog team that won a district title in the 2014 season.
June 19, 2014 by Administrator · Comments Off
Mendon High School volleyball coach Kathy Trenary has been selected as a member of the Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association 2014 Hall of Fame class.
Trenary, who has held the position in Mendon for 19 years, is one of three in the 2014 class. The ceremony will take place July 25 at McCamly Plaza Hotel in Battle Creek.
According to the association, candidates must have at least 20 years of high school coaching experience or 500 career wins. Candidates must also demonstrate leadership and commitment to the sport.
Trenary has a career record of 902 wins and 426 losses, which includes her years as coach at Colon High School. She was named Michigan Volleyball Coach of the Year by the National Federation of High School Athletic Associations for the 2013 season.
April 29, 2014 by Administrator · Comments Off
On another cold and windy afternoon, the Three Rivers golf team finished 3rd at the west division jamboree hosted by Edwardsburg at Four Lakes Country Club. TRHS was led by Collin Meyer (43, 5th), Trenton Karle (44, T6), Daniel Grace (50), Zach Jackson and Tanner Horton (each 51).
Three Rivers 188
Berrien Springs 198
South Haven 210
Three Rivers is currently 4th overall in the division points race, the standings are as follows:
Three Rivers 16
Berrien Springs 8
South Haven 4
Points are awarded based on the teams finish in the jamborees, 6 for 1st, 5 for 2nd, 4 for 3rd, 3 for 4th, 2 for 5th and 1 for 6th.
Coming up this week the Wildcats will compete at the Gull Lake Invitational at Bedford Valley Golf Course on Thursday and the South Haven jamboree Friday at Hawkshead.
Bob Bales, PGA
Sauganash Golf Club
April 2, 2014 by Administrator · Comments Off
Roger Rathburn’s likely replacement as superintendent of Three Rivers Community Schools is a familiar face to the district.
Jean Logan, who has served as Three Rivers High School principal since the 2010-11 academic year, was offered the district’s top post Monday.
Logan, 48, was one of two finalists. She and Gary Wood, superintendent of Mio-Au Sable Schools, were chosen as finalists from a field of six candidates who interviewed for the position last week.
Logan, whose salary as principal is $93,000 annually, is working with district officials regarding terms of her contract, including salary.
Logan spent 13 years with Constantine Public Schools before replacing Dan Ryan as Three Rivers High School principal.
To replace Logan, the district is working on posting its opening for a high school principal.
March 26, 2014 by Administrator · Comments Off
Sturgis High School’s Chance Stewart was named a member of the Class B All-State basketball team by the Michigan Associated Press.
Stewart, who has signed a letter of intent to play football for Western Michigan University in the fall, was a Class B honorable-mention basketball recipient a year ago.
Stewart is second in career scoring leaders for the Trojans and set a single-game scoring record for Sturgis this past season, when he scored 43 points against Kalamazoo Loy Norrix during post-season play earlier this month.
The Associated Press Class B basketball All-State team, as selected by a panel of 11 Michigan sports writers, included Corky Emrick of the Sturgis Journal.