EAST LANSING — Area athletic directors scrapped plans and schedules and prepared to start over after Wednesday’s state order pushed most winter sports back at least a week.

THOMPSONVILLE — Benzie Central’s Quincy Thayer won both boys races in the Lake Michigan Ski Conference’s first meet of the season Wednesday at Crystal Mountain.

  • Updated

TC Central junior Carson Bourdo stops by after the Trojans won their first regional title in 32 years! Listen for a preview of all six playoff football games.

TRAVERSE CITY — Plenty of things have been missing from competition during the 2020-21 high school sports season and the return to play January 9 brought questions about who will be allowed at the games.

TRAVERSE CITY — Led by Petoskey with eight, a total of 58 area student-athletes earned selection to the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association’s academic all-state teams.


TRAVERSE CITY — Local football teams aren’t seeing large-scale defections like the one that led to Oscoda forfeiting its regional championship game against Traverse City St. Francis.

The 2020 Division 7-8 Associated Press All-State football team, selected by a panel of 11 Michigan sports writers:

TRAVERSE CITY — The winter sports season was cut short during the playoffs last March, leaving hundreds of basketball teams without a conclusion to their seasons.

  • Updated

TRAVERSE CITY — Three area volleyball players earned first-team all-state selection from the Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association.

TRAVERSE CITY — Two area football coaches were honored by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association, which Friday announced its 2020 Assistant Football Coaches of the Year.

TRAVERSE CITY — Three area cross country stars were named to the Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Association's Dream Team.

TRAVERSE CITY — Macy Brown, the reigning Record-Eagle volleyball Player of the Year, earned selection as captain of the Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association’s all-region team.

TRAVERSE CITY — Christian Boivin never thought a part of trying to become a college football player would be sending prospective coaches photos of himself next to common objects in his house.

This Week's Circulars

Follow us on Facebook


We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!