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K-Wings thumped by Monarchs

The Manchester Monarchs (4-4-0-0) made the most of their first-ever visit to Wings Event Center on Tuesday night. The Kalamazoo Wings (4-6-1-0) got off on the right foot as Alex Mallet scored just sixteen seconds into the opening period. Just over two minutes later, the Monarchs jumped on the scoreboard as Troy Power knotted the game at one goal each. …

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Three Rivers women’s golf

The Three Rivers women’s golf team had their best showing of the season with a 5th place finish in the Wolverine Conference Jamboree they hosted at Sauganash Golf Club. The overall standings were as follows: Sturgis 187 Plainwell 203 Otsego 205 Allegan 214 Three Rivers 222 South Haven 225 Vicksburg 245 Dowagiac 250 Jessica Griffioen was the overall medalist with …

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Sports complex committee seek additional land

Supporters of a proposed 17-field sports development in the Three Rivers area are expected to find out later this month whether St. Joseph County officials will consider sooner than later helping fund the purchase of a 40-acre parcel to support the potential complex. Jared Hoffmaster, representing the steering committee assembled to plan and promote the youth sports complex, told commissioners …

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Girls Golf Results

Three Rivers traveled to Arbor Hills Golf Club in Jackson for the Jackson Western Invitational with mixed results. Erin Taylor finished T15 overall with a score of 101 (out of 90 players). However the team ended up 17th out of the 18 teams. Also playing for the Wildcats were Maddie Reus, Sydney Ruth, Cara Smith and Sara Haydon. “This event …

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Alumni football

An alumni football game Saturday between Colon and Centreville high schools generated about $2,500 for a Constantine man injured a week earlier in an alumni contest of his own. Organizers of the weekend’s matchup between the Magi and Bulldogs agreed they would designate all gate receipts for Robert Roll, a 2003 Constantine High School graduate who suffered a neck injury …

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New athletic director at Glen Oaks


Glen Oaks Community College announces the hiring of Courtney Ivan as the new athletic director/director of fitness and wellness center. Ivan comes to Glen Oaks from Jackson College, Jackson, Michigan, where she was the assistant director of housing and head women’s basketball coach. Born and raised in Belleville, Michigan, Ivan is a graduate of Mercyhurst University-Erie in Erie, Pennsylvania. Ivan …

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