Monthly Archives: October 2007

Home sweet CAAC White

Okemos, St. Johns and Fowlerville have all finished among their respective CAAC divisions’ top three in every or all but one sport this fall. But no school has dominated its new division across the board like Williamston in the CAAC … Continue reading

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Where are they now?

Former East Lansing soccer standout Mia Miller is a starting forward on the University of Michigan’s club team that will play in the NIRSA National Collegiate Soccer Sports Championship from Nov. 15-17 in Pensacola, Fla.

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Timing is something

Aside from the switch of volleyball to fall, this fall’s high school sports calendar looks just like most years of late. Sports follow certain progressions, with events falling on certain days. But it’s sad timing that some of the biggest … Continue reading

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Volley for a Cure, part II

Okemos hosted a home volleyball game against Holt earlier this season, with proceeds donated to cancer research. North Branch and Frankenmuth recently followed suit.

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The night of upsets that almost was

Mid-Michigan lost 11 of its 19 playoff teams Friday night. But that result wasn’t nearly as drastic as it could’ve been if some third-quarter leads had held up.

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What it’s all about

If you know of other teams who have done similarly, forgive me; this is the only one I’ve heard about. But the Holt football team’s helping hand in cleaning up Williamston after last week’s storms deserves to be recognized.

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Seeing Red

The next time CAAC schools meet to discuss future maneuvers, they should remember the clause about organizing teams in part by competitive ability — and switch Sexton and Eastern starting in 2009-10.

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Williamston district soccer changes

Because storms knocked out lighting last week, the game times at Williamston starting today have changed.

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256 to 8

Read here if you want to skip the next five weeks and find out who will win the eight football state championships.

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All-state mistake

The Associated Press took a swing at improving the all-state football selection voting process this fall — and landed a lethal punch to mid-Michigan players’ hopes of being selected.

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