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1 hr ago | Iron County Reporter
It's too early for actual high school football action-practice doesn't officially start until Aug. 11 and the first games are Aug. 28-but Iron County enjoyed its own little pigskin preview last week when the annual Iron County Football Camp was held.
5 hrs ago | MLive.com
Theisen, one of the top defensive catchers in the state, made the decision after receiving an offer from Ball State earlier this month.
9 hrs ago | MLive.com
GRAND RAPIDS Ottawa Hills' Sam Beal participated in a Western Michigan University summer football camp last Friday, and he was confident it went well.
Joshua Alabi wound up joining Cass Tech's pipeline of talent headed out of state instead of making the decision everyone was expecting.
Editor's note: MLive reporters have spent the last month catching up with the top football and basketball recruits in Michigan and we'll have daily stories on them all summer long.
The rest of college football's power conferences have had their turn and on Monday the Big Ten gets its shot to promote its 14 teams with its annual media days that culminate Tuesday with the Kickoff Luncheon at the Hilton Chicago.
Chris Kolon has spent most of the summer searching for lacrosse talent. Last week, he made stops in Maryland and Delaware.
Muskegon Mustang wide receiver Jamarcus Martin can make just about any opposing defensive back look overmatched with his blazing speed.
The Lions have added four interns to their coaching staff as part of the the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship.
Former Redford Thurston football player and current alumni player Travis Farkas prepares to launch a long pass during an alumni team practice session Thursday afternoon.
The high school football season in Michigan kicks off on Aug. 28 - about five weeks from now - and we couldn't be more excited.
Childress, with Division I scholarship offers in football and basketball, has said he is going to skip football to put all of his efforts into basketball.
Trevor Manuel of Lansing Sexton finishes an alley-oop against Jackson Lumen Christi on March 13, 2013.
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver missed four games with a broken wrist as a sophomore, but his small sampling of varsity success, combined with a lights-out summer, has college coaches coming in droves to recruit the big-bodied pass catcher.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 01:03 pm
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