Class C boys: Like last year, when Holland Patent edged Jordan Elbridge only because of a faster sixth runner after the two teams both posted low score of 62 points, this could be the day closest race. So strong is this Class C in Section III that Holland Patent is No. 1 state ranked, J E is No.
Breaking and entering: A bow, contractor saw, miter saw and other tools were reported stolen from a Western Place home. Attempted burglary: Someone tried to pry open a door at a South Turner Road home. Criminal damage: Paint was thrown on a vehicle parked on Fountain Square Drive.
25. Aug. 12 at the corner of Second and Cass streets and charged with possession of a .22 caliber revolver.. The suspects were arrested by BPD for robbery. The victim was not injured during the incident and her property was recovered. The first suspect is described as a black male adult, 18 years old, 5 tall, 170 lbs, black hair and brown eyes.
BATTERY LIFE 3.2.2. COMPETITIVE MARKET 3.3. OPPORTUNITIES 3.3.1. As grade school basketball coaches, we often wonder how best to use our practice time. Our young players are in the early stages of developing their basketball skills and learning the game. As coaches, maybe a sensible way to approach this is to select 5 areas of grade school basketball on which we would like to focus throughout the basketball season.
Online diamond and fine jewelry retailer Blue Nile will open its first ever physical store next month at Roosevelt Field mall. At the mall, 630 Old Country Rd. In Garden City. Since 1981, the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association has hosted its winter clinic in Battle Creek.Among the speakers at the event five weeks ago at McCamley Plaza Hotel and the Kellogg Arena were college coaches Rich Rodriguez (Michigan), Mark Dantonio (Michigan State), Dave Wannstedt (Pittsburgh) and Bret Bielema (Wisconsin).Next January, the show is moving to Kalamazoo.The MHSFCA has signed a four year contract to host the annual three day event at Radisson Plaza Hotel, according to clinic committee chairman Al Slamer.”We have a contract with Nike, and they supply some big time speakers for us,” said Slamer, the former Battle Creek Central coach who is now at Holt. “We have it open to the public. When Rodriguez just had gotten hired, he was our (featured) speaker we had 1,400 people.”Doug Bess, second vice president with the MHSFCA, said the clinic had grown too large for the McCamley Plaza Hotel, which has sold some rooms to Kellogg Co.”Basically, what happened is, different cities throughout the years have tried to get us to come there, and Kalamazoo is one of them,” said Bess, who is now Battle Creek Central’s coach.