The Tribune sports guys discuss a wide range of topics ranging from prep football to the movie “It” and their stances on pumpkin spiced everything.
The Grand Haven Tribune sports guys break down the local prep football action this week with a look at how the Buccaneers, Lakers, Trojans and Crusaders stack up with their upcoming opponents.
Here’s a look at the opening polls for all eight divisions, plus the 8-man league, of Michigan high school football.
Images from Friday night's Lakes Eight Conference clash between the Muskegon Catholic Central football team and the Orchard View Cardinals from Kehren Stadium in Muskegon. (Tribune photos/Josh VanDyke)
Despite committing 10 penalties, the MCC offense had more than enough firepower to cruise past the Cardinals on Friday night.
The Tribune sports guys talk Week 3 prep football, as well as local volleyball with Grand Haven head coach Aaron Smaka
Frankfort stayed within striking distance of Muskegon Catholic Central through the first half of play, but the Crusaders pulled away in the second half for a sizable road win to start the season.
Week 2 of the football season kicks off tonight. Get an inside look at what the Tribune sports guys think will happen on the gridiron.
The Tribune sports guys are back with the first episode of the fall season. They talk local prep football with a four-time state champion special guest.
The Bucs, Lakers, Crusaders and Trojans football squads all competed at local scrimmages Thursday with plenty of positives coming out of each event.
Local athletes kick off their fall season this week, here are five male players you will want to follow as the school year begins
We take a look at three questions facing the Muskegon Catholic Central football program this fall.
Images from the Grand Haven and Muskegon Catholic Central football teams' opening day of fall practice. (Tribune photos/Josh VanDyke)
Here are five teams that will be well worth the price of admission this fall season
The Tribune Top 5 countdown ends with its top team of the 2016-17 school year — The Muskegon Catholic Central football team that captured its fourth consecutive Division 8 state championship last fall.