High School Sports Photo Galleries

  • Bowling

    Ithaca boys win TVC West title WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    The Ithaca boys bowling team won the Tri-Valley West Conference crown on Saturday as it beat Breckenridge 25-5 and Alma 16-14 at the 300 Bowl in Alma. With the win the Jackets take a three-game lead into next weekend’s conference meet in Owosso. "We came out really slow on our Baker games, but came back in the Petersons to take control of the mat...Read More

  • Competitive Cheerleading

    St. Louis hosts TVC cheer invite PHOTO GALLERY FROM INVITE
    St. Louis hosted the 15-team Tri-Valley Conference Invite Saturday. ...Read More

  • Wrestling

    Ithaca's Derek Teed, James O'Boyle clear-cut leaders on young squad WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    It only takes about two seconds when looking at the Ithaca wrestling roster to realize a youth movement is in full effect. The Yellowjackets’ 13-wrestler roster included six freshmen and three sophomores, while one junior and three seniors round out the roster to provide some experience. With a team that young, the value of senior leaders is inva...Read More

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    Mt. Pleasant senior Sydney Reynolds wrapping up outstanding prep career WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    Heading into her freshman year at Mount Pleasant High School four years ago, Sydney Reynolds had no thoughts of participating in competitive cheer. “I said I never was going to be a cheerleader,” Reynolds said. Regardless, Reynolds’ friends convinced her to give competitive cheer a whirl her freshman year as she gave in to the “peer pressure” so...Read More

  • Basketball - Boys

    Not this time: Ithaca prevents deja vu finish, hangs on to beat Alma WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    A palpable feeling of deja vu had swept across the Alma High School gymnasium on Thursday when Ithaca's Spence DeMull pulled fellow senior Jake Smith aside for a little pep talk. “I pretty much just went and talked to Jake because we're the two senior captains and the guards on the team and we knew that we had to take better care of the ball,” De...Read More

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    Season of change: St. Louis Pom heads to state finals WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    When Jill Rivard decided to return as the head coach of the St. Louis Pom Pon team after a several-year hiatus, she knew it was going to be a transition-filled season; she would be the team’s fourth coach in as many years, bringing all the change that comes with new leadership and vision. She did what any smart team leader would: she enlisted an e...Read More

  • Wrestling

    Farwell gets past Clare in JPC dual WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    Farwell’s wrestling team stormed back from a 33-9 deficit to defeat host Clare 37-33 Thursday night in Jack Pine Conference action. Farwell improves to 8-13 overall and to 3-4 in in JPC action with the win while Clare drops to 10-10 overall and to 2-4 in conference action. The Eagles won the final five bouts on the night, scoring a decision at 12...Read More

  • Wrestling

    Ithaca falls on tiebreaker to Fulton, rebounds with victory over Bullock Creek WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    The Ithaca High School wrestling team split its home quadrangular Wednesday night. Ithaca battled to 34-34 with Fulton to open the night and lost on a tiebreaker, but it rebounded with a 40-30 win over Bullock Creek to earn the split. James O'Boyle and Dakota Hamilton led the Yellowjackets as they both went 2-0. Kurtis Ackels, Cameron McMellen an...Read More

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    Mid-Michigan represents well on National Signing Day WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    National signing day has become a celebration unto itself for prep student-athletes nationwide. Some 15 years ago university’s sent out a press release during the afternoon with its list of incoming recruits and a couple statements from the head coach and that was it. Media outlets would run the list and a quick story about the incoming class and...Read More

  • Basketball - Girls

    Prep Girls Basketball Rankings WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    Prep Girls Basketball Rankings The top 10 teams in the Michigan Associated Press high school basketball poll, with records in parentheses. Totals are based on 15 points for a first-place vote, 14 for second,etc.: CLASS A School..............................Total.....Points 1. Saginaw Heritage (4)..................Read More

  • Basketball - Boys

    Prep Boys Basketball Rankings WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    AP Prep Boys Basketball Rankings : Class A: School Total Points: 1. Detroit U-D Jesuit (5) (13-0) 75 2. Macomb Dakota (11-0) 70 3. Clarkston (10-1) 65 4. Ypsilanti (9-1) 60 5. East Lansing (12-0) 54 6. Canton (11-0) 36 7. Detroit East English (12-2) 34 8. North Farmington (11-2) 29 (tie) Detroit Renaissance (11-2) 29...Read More

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    SIGNING DAY: A list of area athletes signing on to play in college WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    Below is a list of local athletes who on Wednesday plan on signing athletic National Letters of Intent to play their respective sports in college. If there is a name missing from this list please email it to nschneider@michigannewspapers.com. The list will be updated as we receive additional names. In addition, if you have any upcoming signing cere...Read More

  • Basketball - Girls

    Second-ranked Sacred Heart sweeps season series against rival Beal City WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    Sandwiched in between two important conference games for the Sacred Heart Academy girls basketball team was a tilt against a familiar non-conference foe. The Irish (12-1), ranked second in Class D, overcame a sluggish start and more turnovers than usual Monday night to cruise to a 64-39 victory over rival Beal City. It is the second win over the ...Read More

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    What should be our MIPrepZone Game of the Week? WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    With the regular season of prep basketball entering its final month, we invite you to participate in our new MIPrepZone Game of the Week poll. Voting can be done as many times as you wish through Wednesday at noon at www.MIPrepZone.com/MorningSun. Here are the five nominees for MIPrepZone Game of the Week: Sacred Heart at Montabella, Thursday,...Read More

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    Strength in numbers: Coleman enjoying added depth, more success WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    Coleman barely had enough girls to field a varsity basketball team one year ago. A six-player roster only allowed for one available substitute each night for the Comets, who still managed to perform valiantly in finishing the season with a 10-11 record. “In practice we ran a lot,” said now-junior guard Liz Dana, who paces Coleman at 14.5 points p...Read More

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