The Get Around Ep. 101 brings you all the supplemental coverage you need for the regional round of football and volleyball playoffs.
TRAVERSE CITY — The TC Tritons swimming program can lay claim to the Coastal Swimming Conference title for the fourth year in a row following an impressive performance over the weekend.
KINGSLEY — The district final matchup lived up to its billing and the Kingsley Stags did not disappoint — not by a long shot.
TRAVERSE CITY — For all the key plays Traverse City St. Francis quarterback Kolin Endres has made this season, a fumble recovery might go down as one of the biggest.
BUCKLEY — Traverse City Christian is celebrating its first volleyball district title since 2010 after defeating Marion in straight sets to claim the Division 4 district crown at Buckley on Friday.
PETOSKEY — Traverse City Central won its first district volleyball title in three years with a straight-games win over Marquette in Petoskey.
SOUTH BEND — Notre Dame entered the 2019 season with two featured running backs: redshirt junior Tony Jones and redshirt sophomore Jafar Armstrong, the latter of which was listed as the starter for the season opener against Louisville.
TRAVERSE CITY — Playing on your rival’s home court normally brings out the nerves, but the Traverse City Central Trojans felt right at home on Wednesday night.
KINGSLEY — Kingsley’s senior class finished off a remarkable accomplishment Wednesday, beating Sault Ste. Marie to end their careers without a loss on their home court.
MAPLE CITY — Kaylin Poole rebounded from an illness with a vengeance Tuesday, leading Traverse City St. Francis to a straight-games victory over Glen Lake to kick off volleyball districts.
The Get Around has everything you want and need to know about volleyball playoffs on Ep. 100!
STANTON — Macy Brown set Cadillac’s single-season kills record, leading the Vikings to the Central Montcalm Invitational championship Saturday evening.
BROOKLYN — All season Hunter Jones has been putting up phenomenal numbers as a freshman for the Benzie Central’s cross-country team. The story was no different Saturday for the state finals at Michigan International Speedway.
ONEKAMA — Trailing 20-0 at halftime and needing something big, Onekama rattled off 22 straight points against Wyoming Tri-unity in the second half to win.
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