10:45 AM Dec 5, 2011
Jim Warren left Spring Lake for Fruitport Calvary Christian for the opportunity to coach his son, Mike.
10:42 AM Dec 5, 2011
The Fruitport Calvary Christian girls basketball team returns all of its players from last year's team that finished 10-12 overall and 5-7 in the Alliance League.
1:00 PM Dec 5, 2011
Grand Haven's varsity hockey team improved to 4-0 on the season with a 4-1 road win over Forest Hills Central.
1:30 PM Dec 5, 2011
It a start of what could be a promising season, the Spring Lake varsity swimming and diving squad captured first place at the Ludington Conference Relay meet on Saturday.
9:59 PM Dec 4, 2011
Play it again, LSU and Alabama. The Crimson Tide edged out Oklahoma State in the final round of voting Sunday and will play the top-ranked Tigers in the BCS national championship game on Jan. 9 in New Orleans. Undefeated LSU is the only team to beat Alabama all year, and the top BCS official sees a do-over as a perfectly good title game.
12:31 AM Dec 3, 2011
Alex Law said she hasn't thought for a minute about breaking the school record at Grand Haven for career points, but the way she started her season Friday, she may be hearing a lot more about it soon.
12:28 AM Dec 3, 2011
Rich Hyde had a hard time sleeping the last few nights, he was so nervous for his first game as the Lakers' varsity girls basketball coach.
12:37 AM Dec 3, 2011
A majority of the honors in Lauren Hazekamp's athletic career have been associated with volleyball at Fruitport High School, but with her hot start in basketball, that could quickly change. The Trojans' senior point guard had her best performance of her three-year varsity career, scoring a career-high 25 points, and also tallying nine steals, seven assists and eight rebounds in Fruitport's huge 66-63 win over Fremont on Friday. The win improves the Trojans to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in league play.
12:22 AM Dec 3, 2011
Holding host Wyoming Godwin Heights to three points the second half Friday night resulted in a 45-19 win for Western Michigan Christian.
12:20 AM Dec 3, 2011
Michigan officials said Friday they will reduce stocking of Chinook salmon in Lake Huron by more than 50 percent next year, acknowledging the lake no longer can support large numbers of the popular sport fish because of food web changes linked to invasive foreign mussels.