Eight Rules Changes Approved in High School Soccer

INDIANAPOLIS – Rules related to improperly equipped players and procedures for dropping the ball are among eight rules changes in high school soccer for the 2019-20 season. The rules changes were recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Soccer Rules Committee at its January 28-30 meeting and subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors. “While […]

Through Support of NFHS Foundation, 600 AEDs Sent to High Schools, State Associations

INDIANAPOLIS — The ongoing effort by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), through the NFHS Foundation, to equip schools with Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) took a significant step forward in January with a shipment of more than 600 AEDs to high schools and state high school associations. Similar to the initial distribution of more than 400 AEDs […]


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Leave it to an eight-year old to put so concisely into words what adults have struggled for decades to do. Tommy Morrissey, now 8, has been blowing up social media since the age of three when a local news station in New Jersey did a story on the then-threeyear old one-armed golfer. Morrissey was born with one arm due to […]


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Firebirds cap off season with split against Sarnia

SARNIA, Ont. – The Flint Firebirds’ season ended with a 6-3 loss at the Sarnia Sting on Sunday. The game began on a positive note with Ty Dellandrea burying his 22nd goal of the season just 2:08 into the contest. However, things went downhill from there. Sarnia tied it up a few moments later to draw even heading into the […]

Time for madness

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The Michigan State Spartans derailed Michigan for the third straight time Saturday and won the Big Ten Championship. The Wolverines, once again, had big leads only to watch the Spartans storm back and win the game! Oh well, Michigan fans, there is always next year and bragging rights are firmly in East Lansing, Michigan until next season. The NCAA tournament […]

Cavs win district title, upset in regional

DAVISON – The Carman- Ainsworth girls’ basketball team struggled against defending state champs, Saginaw Heritage, in Monday’s regional semifinal losing 53-35. The Cavaliers trailed 15-4 after the opening quarter, but pulled to within three, 19-16, by halftime. Heritage outscored Carman-Ainsworth 19-12 in the third and 15-7 in the fourth to move on to the regional final yesterday against Midland Dow, […]

Lewis named GLIAC Freshman of the Year

FLINT – Northwood University point guard Ja’Kavien Lewis, 2018 graduate of Carman-Ainsworth, was named GLIAC men’s basketball Freshman of the Year on March 8. He was also awarded to the All-GLIAC second team. Lewis began the season in a shooting slump, starting his college career shooting 9-for-39 from the field, before shining as a distributor. Lewis’ 178 assists led the […]

Lions finally make some good moves

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The NFL’s version of the television show Let’s Make a Deal started on Monday. The free agents were allowed to be signed verbally by NFL teams, yet could not be official until Wednesday. The money was being tossed around like Monopoly money. The loveable losers, the Detroit Lions, had cash in hand and made it rain with some killer additions […]

Firebirds earn three of four possible points

FLINT – The Flint Firebirds have picked up some steam as the Ontario Hockey League regular season winds down, most recently notching a 4-1 win over the Windsor Spitfires at the Dort Federal Event Center on Saturday. Things started out a little rough with Windsor netting the first goal of the night, but in the second period, the momentum began […]

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