Monthly Archives: March 2007

Where are they now?

I was walking to work the other day, reading this week’s Sporting News when I should have been watching for cars I guess, and I ran across a piece on Notre Dame managers painting football helmets. And the main manager … Continue reading

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Schools on the move

The Michigan High School Athletic Association announced this afternoon which schools will be changing classes next school year. Directly and indirectly, mid-Michigan will be affected.

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Dream Teams, previews on the way

I’m getting tons of questions about when our spring previews and winter all-area honors will be printed. Thanks for looking for them. I don’t have exact dates, but here are some estimations.

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For our gymnastics fans

I’ve received some messages looking for the CAAC gymnastics honor roll that was printed before league and regional competition. Here it is, printed in the paper Feb. 21 on page 2C.

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Another state champion

Bath’s winning of the Class C state title earlier this afternoon gave mid-Michigan five basketball state champions since 2000.

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Another state champion

Bath’s winning of the Class C state title earlier this afternoon gave mid-Michigan five basketball state champions since 2000.

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The saddest people ever

I saw them this morning outside the Breslin Center. They’re out front as we speak scalping tickets to high school basketball games.

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View from the sideline

Bath might not have enough athletes to hang in the CAAC-1 from night to night. But I’ll say this much — the Bees can beat any of the three teams who shared that conference’s championship this winter.

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A headful of thoughts

This might come off like one of those old Larry King skits on Saturday Night Live, but here’s what’s been milling around my mind so far during March madness.

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Where are they now?

Williamston’s Kacey Gaffner has started 2-0 this season pitching for the Concordia (Ann Arbor) baseball team.

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