Entries for 'Made In Michigan'

Nichols Lends Winning Past to West's Present

Nichols Lends Winning Past to West's Present
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Thirteen Novembers ago, Drew Nichols, then a senior captain, took a bus ride home from Troy High School with the Traverse City West boys soccer team.  The Division 1 boys soccer championship trophy was happily along for the ride as the Titans had just beaten Livon...
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Miss Tennis Serving Now as 'Hero Coach'

Miss Tennis Serving Now as 'Hero Coach'
Friday, July 17, 2020
One high school match continues to stick out for Kathleen Hawkins.  She played it not as a senior, but as a sophomore, and not to win one of her three MHSAA Finals championships for Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Central, but just to get a chance to claim the first....
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Joplin Always Has Known Value of Home

Joplin Always Has Known Value of Home
Thursday, July 9, 2020
It is no accident that Stan Joplin has never ventured too far from his hometown of Milan on the border of Monroe and Washtenaw Counties in extreme southeast Michigan. In fact, that has been by design.
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Fracassa's Remarkable Records Still Rule

Fracassa's Remarkable Records Still Rule
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
As a senior at Sterling Heights Stevenson during the 2009 season, Jason Fracassa lit up the high school football world with his aerial display. Fracassa shattered the MHSAA career totals for passing yards and touchdowns held by Mill Coleman of Farmington Hills Harrison...
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Muskegon Grad Casts 'Magic' in HBO Series

Muskegon Grad Casts 'Magic' in HBO Series
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
The last time many people saw Quincy Crosby was during his final high school football game at Ford Field back in 2012, when the 6-foot-3, 280-pounder was a senior captain for Muskegon High School. The next time many see Crosby, he will be front and center, and impossib...
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