Noted fishing guide and instructor Derek Weurding, shares the tools and techniques used in tying flies at Patch & Remington, Saturday, January 21. Text and photos by Thomas Puleo, Outdoor Writer Bodkin, hackle pliers, whip … [Read more...] about Bodkin, hackle pliers, whip finisher, dubbing needle: Weurding’s Tools of the Fly-tying Trade
13-year-old Noah Ranson, of Three Rivers, is headed to the State Championship Free Throw Shooting contest. Noah is the son of MHS graduate Rachel Ringle. Noah Ranson, 13, of Three Rivers, won the Elks Club district free throw … [Read more...] about Ranson Headed to State Free Throw Championship
*Editor’s note: The Editor was pinch-hitting as reporter for the Media Club during the game because seven of the ten players are the Media Club. Kerrianne O’Donnell (left) had the hot hand in the Marcellus 7th Grade Girls Basketball … [Read more...] about Marcellus Media Club* on the Scene
A well deserved ‘way-to-go’ to the Marcellus Boys Varsity Basketball team on their win over visiting Delton Kellogg, Monday, January 23, 62-49. No stats are available to The News at this time (if anyone is willing to submit the boys’ stats … [Read more...] about Wildcats Get the ‘W’ against Delton-Kellogg
Kyle Drauch (right) was one of the Wildcat wrestlers in action during a fourteen-school meet held at Marcellus, Saturday, January 21, 2023. Photo courtesy of Megan Schuur Photography … [Read more...] about Wildcat Wrestling
by Head Coach Don Price The varsity girls basketball team split a pair last week. Despite the one loss it was probably their best two-game stretch of basketball for the season. On Tuesday, January 17, the Lawrence Tigers … [Read more...] about Ladycats Split Pair Week of January 16
Playoff football can bring out the best in players and sometimes the worst in players. Dak Prescott is one of the most captivating players in the NFL. This comes from the organization he plays for, the big star on his helmet, and … [Read more...] about Does Dak Prescott Stink?
The future of the Ladycats Varsity Basketball program was introduced at halftime of the Marcellus/Bloomingdale match-up, Thursday, January 12, 2023. Members of the sixth grade team, coached by Nicole Powell, are (left to right): Kaydence … [Read more...] about Junior Pro Girls Basketball Teams Recognized at Halftime, January 12, 2023
#34 Ladora Bet Sargis outpaces the Lady Cardinals on her way to the bucket during the Ladycats loss to Bloomingdale, Thursday, January 12. Bet Sargis ended the game with three points 2 rebounds, and 3 assists in the contest. The Ladycats … [Read more...] about Lady Cardinals Clip the Ladycats, 51-32
Howardsville Christian School Senior Jessica Hand, center, signed with Lake Michigan College Wednesday, January 11, to extend her volleyball career. She is a defensive specialist and looks forward to joining LMC in the fall. With Jessica, … [Read more...] about Howardsville’s Hand Headed to LMC
What an amazing weekend of NFL football! We had comebacks, upsets, nail biters, and everything in between. The NFC side of the bracket has three NFC East teams still alive and a Super Bowl favorite of many in the Chargers are out, so where … [Read more...] about Super Wild Card Weekend is in The Books…What’s Next?
Snowmobilers enjoy a trail ride in Gogebic County. The DNR’s free snowmobiling weekend is February 11 and 12. Next month, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources will debut its free snowmobiling weekend, which will allow … [Read more...] about DNR announces new ‘free snowmobiling weekend’