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Local runners are not allowing social distancing and quarantining prevent them from raising money for a good cause. The Five Mile Hill Challenge is still on and runners are running for 45 minutes and for each lap they run, they make money based on the amount of people they got to pledge beforehand.

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They say self-isolation can make you do crazy things. Imagining a whole NCAA tournament (and then letting Gonzaga, of all teams, win). Coming up with a table-top substitute for curling. Devouring computer-generated box scores for a baseball season put on hold. And yes – naturally – wondering…

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Earlier this month, Luka Hammond became a national champion in two events at the AAU under-14 indoor track and field national championships. Hammond took gold in both the 1,500-meter race and the 800-meter race, while finishing fourth in the 400-meter run.

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The NCAA’s announcement this week that it will distribute nearly two-thirds less than the original $600 million to its Division I members isn’t likely to have a major impact on Power Five schools, but it could prove “significant” at the mid-major level, local athletic directors are warning.

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There is still no real way of knowing when the 2020 baseball season will start, but after an agreement was reached Thursday night between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players’ Association, we have a better idea of what it will look like once the coronavirus relents.

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With Michigan’s stay at home order that recently went into effect, golf course employees were told that they are not able to remain on site to service the public. Pigeon Creek Golf Course found a way to combat the restrictions and allow the public a chance to get out and golf.

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With high-school sports on pause for the forseeable future, we’re getting to know the area’s prep athletes to find out a few of their favorite things.

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Bob Quinn hung an “open for business” sign on the No. 3 pick in next month’s NFL draft, but as with most of the country, the coronavirus could force him to close up shop.

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In his time at Grand Haven High School, John Cox was nothing short of extraordinary. Cox was one of the most accomplished wrestlers to come from Grand Haven and finished his career as a state champion. Now, Cox lives in New York with his wife Melissa and their three sons Ryker, 10, Crew, 8, …

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With high-school sports sidelined for the near future, we decided to reach out to local student-athletes and ask them a handful of questions so readers can to get to know them.

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TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Olympics were postponed until 2021 on Tuesday, ending weeks of speculation that the games could not go ahead as scheduled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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With the most recent stay-at-home order from Governor Gretchen Whitmer, people have plenty of time of their hands. There are a number of things that can be done with that time, but personally I love watching movies. Movies are a great way to pass time and distract from the ongoing crisis. Wi…

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With high-school sports sidelined for the near future, we decided to reach out to local student-athletes and ask them a handful of questions so readers can to get to know them.

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With high-school sports sidelined for the near future, we decided to reach out to local student-athletes and ask them a handful of questions so readers can to get to know them. The first athlete we talked to was Grand Haven senior basketball player Owen Ross.

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With social distancing being encouraged, local sports clubs haven’t been able to operate at normal capacity. The Lakeshore Soccer Club has had to change to the way they work as they are unable to gather and practice. Adam Dean is a coach for the club. He said there are several ways that play…

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SPRING LAKE TWP. — Tuesday was a frantic day for golf courses across the state. There was initial confusion about Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order that closed restaurants, gyms and libraries across the state.

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ALLEN PARK – The Detroit Lions have addressed a big need with an even bigger body, agreeing to a two-year deal with 345-pound nose tackle Danny Shelton.

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Last week, senior swimmers around the state were given the news that they would not be allowed to compete in their final meet of their high school careers. With the COVID-19 outbreak, the MHSAA canceled the winter sports postseasons and for those seniors their careers came to an abrupt end. …

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With Governor Whitmer’s executive order, beginning Monday at 3 p.m. public institutions like restaurants, bars, movie theaters and fitness centers will be closed for at least two weeks. This is the latest in a series of moves by the government to increase social distancing due to the COVID-1…

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I went to the hospital Friday. No. Not for that. My appointment had been made months earlier. The doctor offered to do it digitally, given the COVID-19 situation, but I prefer to be examined in person, rather than contort in front of a computer camera.

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ALLEN PARK – In these uncertain times caused by COVID-19, the NFL managed to achieve labor peace that will last through the 2030 season. On Sunday, the league’s player union confirmed its members narrowly approved a pending collective bargaining proposal, 1,019-959, sealing a new 11-year dea…

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Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz confirmed Thursday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus, publicly saying that he is personally dealing with the pandemic that has temporarily shut down the NBA and other major sports leagues.