Month: September 2017

Catholic Central Continues Winning Ways Against Sparta

Photo courtesy of Louis Murray Check out photos from the game here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/45681226@N02/albums/72157661087146988 The Catholic Central Cougars have been one of the elite defenses early on in the 2017 season, as they entered this contest giving up just 6.6 points per game. Tonight, their defense played below that average, as they just allowed six points in a 35-6 win over the Spartans of Sparta High School. This game was never close, as the Cougars scored the first thirty-five points of the game, all rushing touchdowns. Quarterback Jack Bowen opened the scoring with a three yard touchdown on the ground. Nolan...

Read More

2017 Week 6 Coverage Preview

Photo Courtesy of Louis Murray The high school football season has flown by, and we are already in Week 6 of the season! Before the action this Friday night, check out the standings, the Remax-United Power Poll, and the Core Power Performance Impact Players of the Week to catch up on all of the news here at MSR. Then, tune in on Facebook on Thursday night as Crysta Paganelli and Dave VanNoord go live from Celebration Cinema North at 8:00 PM. Finally, check back in on Friday to check out scores and listen to one of the nine contests...

Read More

Reed City Extends Streak against Tri-County

The Tri-County Vikings have suffered a bit in their addition to the CSAA-Gold. In the three seasons that they have been a member of the league, they posted a 7-20 rec0rd, including a 3-6 record last season. This year, the Vikings are more improved talent wise, but their record is struggling to prove that point. On Friday, they suffered a 54-6 loss to Reed City to extend their losing streak to six in a row, and ten of eleven. Last year, this game was not a contest as the Coyotes topped them 55-0. This season was barely more competitive, though the Vikings managed a touchdown this season. Bryce Hallman led the Vikings with 90 yards passing on 6/11 passing. Kyle Proctor led Tri-County in rushing yards as he turned six carries into 37 yards. Reed City completed just three passes, though two of them went for 30 yards a piece. Phillip James rushed for 100 yards in this Coyote victory, though he just logged six carries. Reed City was very efficient offensively in this contest, and they also took advantage of a fumble recovery at midfield. Reed City now improves to 4-1 on the season, 4-0 in the CSAA-Gold, and next week they take on Remus Chippewa Hills. For Tri-County, they drop to 0-5 on the season, 0-4 in CSAA-Gold, and they will take on the Tigers of Grant...

Read More

Rockford Sinks Buccaneer’s Ship 39-10

Photo Courtesy of Miles Postema.  Check out pictures from the game here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/96875625@N08/albums/72157686226040151   The Rockford Rams entered Friday night’s contest at 2-2 on the season, though many would consider them one of the best 2-2 teams in the state given the teams they lost to (Lowell and Mona Shores). This week, they faced a Grand Haven team that has struggled this season to put points on the board. Coach Nelson’s bunch again struggled offensively on Friday as they yielded 39 points in a loss. The first touchdown of the game was curtesy of Alex Miller, who returned a blocked...

Read More

Freeland Bounces Back With Win Over Bullock Creek

Last week, the Freeland faithful was stunned as their boys lost their first regular season game in three seasons. This week, they tried to get back in the win column as they took on Midland Bullock Creek. There was little struggle for the Falcons in this contest, as they rolled to a 35-6 victory. Layne Morgeli started the game with a quick 80 yard touchdown run to give the Falcons an 8-0 within the game’s first minute. Before the end of the first quarter, Freeland struck again on a big play as Travis Bright and Jack Townsend connected on...

Read More

Listen Live