Author: Scott Peceny

MSR adds isportsweb columnist and former Caledonia football player Nick Tuori to staff

Michigan Sports Radio announced today that they have added local columnist Nick Tuori to their staff for the 2016 football season. Tuori, a Caledonia running back from 2011-2014, now covers Michigan State athletics for Tuori (pronounced TOUR-ee), graduated from Caledonia in 2015, and now attends Michigan State University. He brings to the table not only a wealth of knowledge as a player, but also experience as a sports journalist. In addition to covering MSU for isportsweb, Tuori is a contributor for Tuori will provide weekly columns for Michigan Sports Radio, contribute as a voter to the Power...

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Clearing up the 2016 OK Conference realignment

When high school football kicks off just five weeks from now, the OK Conferences will look much different than they did in 2015. Two schools have been added to the conference conglomerate, while one school (Hastings) has left for greener pastures. 16 teams will play in a different conference than they did a year ago, and the OK Bronze has been axed altogether, reducing the number of conferences from eight down to seven. Teams are on the move across the board, and we’ve got it all sorted out for you here (enrollment numbers in parentheses). OK RED East Kentwood (2,581) The...

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MSR adds Tri-County Football to broadcast schedule

Michigan Sports Radio is excited to announce that their 2016 broadcast schedule has gotten bigger and better. For the first time in MSR history, the Central State Gold conference will get weekly coverage, coming in the form of Tri-County Vikings football. Each and every Vikings game, home and away, will be heard live on MSR. Tri-County is trying to improve upon a 3-6 finish a year ago, a record which placed them sixth out of seven in the Central State Gold Conference. Play-by-play voice Scott Peceny will be joined by color commentator Dave VanNoord in the booth for 2016 Viking football....

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Aquinas baseball eliminated from postseason contention

Aquinas College has built a successful baseball program over the last 45 years under head coaches Terry Bocian and Doug Greenslate. The Saints have enjoyed playoff berths just about every season in the last two plus decades, but this year will be a rare exception. The Saints were swept by the University of Northwestern Ohio over the weekend, and have since dropped two more games to Indiana Tech, officially eliminating Aquinas from the postseason. The Saints are now 8-24 (8th) in the Wolverine-Hoosier athletic conference. Coach Greenslate’s team came into the season as a team to watch, but an...

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Rockford’s Parker Ehinger drafted in 4th round by Chiefs

Good guys don’t always finish last. Sometimes, they get selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL draft’s fourth round. Former Rockford Ram Parker Ehinger is taking his football career to the next level; after playing college ball at the University of Cincinnati, Ehinger is now a Kansas City Chief. The 6-foot-7, 290-pound offensive lineman is the highest-drafted Ram since Joe Staley in 2007, and could compete for starting time at guard for Kansas City as early as this season. The Chiefs have a need at right guard, and they drafted Ehinger to hopefully fill that role either...

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