By @EvanPetzold Growing up in Al Money’s family, playing baseball, basketball and football at Midland High School was an expectation. His brother, Martin, has gone on to play baseball for Saginaw Valley State after graduating in the spring.
Who’s ready for the MHSAA Playoffs? We are! Six different games on Friday featuring SVL schools including Lapeer, Mt. Pleasant and Powers Catholic at home. Brad Tunney & Matt DeVries break it all down.
There’s a sense of family that surrounds Davison athletics. Cannon Hall & his father Roy tell the Hall family story as they sit down with Brad Tunney.
By @EvanPetzold When a college coach moves from one university to another, the family usually tags along. At least that was the case for Jackson Ostrowsky. Jackson was a sophomore quarterback at Marquette High School when he learned
By @EvanPetzold Facing a fourth-and-long from near midfield, Dow High School was down to one final play against arch-rival Midland High School. Senior quarterback Shane Astrike rolled right and, before being hit, heaved the football to fellow senior
It’s the 49th City Championship between the Dow Chargers and the Midland Chemics. Winner qualifies for the 2018 MHSAA Football Playoffs. Listen to the game LIVE on ESPN 100.9-FM beginning at 6:30pm. Brad Tunney & Matt DeVries will be on
Playing multiple sports is what’s great about high school athletics. Sam Hine from Midland Highl does just that with football & wrestling.
By @EvanPetzold Shane Astrike dropped back in the pocket and released the football. It was tipped and intercepted by Mount Pleasant defensive lineman Josh Schell to give the ball back to the Oilers with four minutes remaining and
Regular season is rapidly wrapping up! Is Lapeer the team to beat? What about undefeated Mt. Pleasant? Which players are having the best individual seasons? What’s at stake these next couple weeks? We have it all on
By @EvanPetzold Carson Currie remembers walking the field at Lapeer High School as a young boy, intently watching each play. He dreamed of the big stage. His brother, Jonathan Currie, was a two-year varsity player and 2015 graduate.