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Other NewsDecember 20, 2014 by MLive.com
MLive.comEGELSTON TOWNSHIP, MI -- A nearly $1 million grant will help fund a community medical and dental clinic based at Oakridge Public Schools that will provide needed services to the underserved residents in the area. The school district applied for and won the grant from the state's Child & Adolescent Health Center Program. The center, which will begin offering medical services next fall, will be similar to the Teen Health Center at Muskegon High School. Oakridge Public Schools Superintendent Tom Livezey said ...December 19, 2014 by MLive.com
MLive.com19, 2014 at Mona Shores High School in Muskegon. ... MUSKEGON, MI – Muskegon's girls basketball players and coaches were looking for anything that could jumpstart their season. The feeling was if the generally inexperienced squad got something to feel good about, things would snowball the Big Reds' way from there. The Big Reds likely found that something Friday in a 54-49 overtime win over Oakridge in the opening game of the 5th Annual Muskegon Area Sports Hall of Fame girls basketball tournament.December 19, 2014 by MLive.com
MLive.comTierra Williams (21) of Muskegon and Shelbe Wilde (32) of Oakridge fight for a rebound in the second quarter. Muskegon beat Oakridge 54-49 in overtime for Big Reds first win of the season on Dec. 19, 2014 at Mona Shores High School in Muskegon.December 2, 2014 by MLive.com
Jordy Walker (22) of Mona Shores drives to the basket between Oakridge defenders Megan Larabee (21) and Emily Jacoutot (2) in the first quarter of their game at Mona Shores High School on Dec. 2, 2014. Mona Shores won 40-35. (Andraya Croft ...November 28, 2014 by MLive.com
MLive.comMUSKEGON, MI - Even for Tony Annese, this might be a little ahead of the game. Annese, who won three state championships in the second half of his tenure as the high school football coach at Muskegon, has quickly built Ferris State University into a big winner on the Division II level. In his third season at Ferris, Annese has the Bulldogs in the ... "We've done things here exactly how we did it Muskegon or Jack Schugars did at Oakridge," Annese said. Schugars, a former longtime coach at Oakridge, is in his third ...November 21, 2014 by MLive.com
MLive.comWhat other community in Michigan our size can say three schools — Mona Shores, Muskegon and Muskegon Catholic Central — made it to the state semifinals? And who knows how far they'll go? It wasn't that ... I grew up on Muskegon football. I went with my dad, who taught at Muskegon High School until I was 13, to every Friday night football game at Hackley Stadium. At heart, I am a Big Red. But I graduated from Mona Shores, so I have dual citizenship. I am also a Sailor. This time of year, I'm also a Crusader, ...November 3, 2014 by The Muskegon Chronicle
The Muskegon ChronicleMUSKEGON, MI -- As the high school football season winds to a close, so does the season for school marching bands. The bands have worked hard since summer to learn new music and choreograph formations. They've attended camp, performed at ...October 24, 2014 by The Muskegon Chronicle
The Muskegon ChronicleMUSKEGON, MI -- The Muskegon Mustangs might be playing their toughest opponent in their two-year history this Saturday. The Mustangs will take on the Racine Raiders (12-0) in Wisconsin on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. Central time. The Raiders are ...October 23, 2014 by Muskegon Chronicle
The smaller schools in Muskegon County have shared the success, from Muskegon Catholic Central to West Michigan Conference powers Oakridge, Montague and Ravenna. All four have won multiple state ... “I see a lot of people that are still ticket holders and people that work the gate and it means a lot to bring a team, the high school that I went to, to coach that team and to bring it over to Hackley where I had an opportunity to be a part, so a lot of mixed emotions. The focus is to go there and win and you can't get ...October 11, 2014 by The Muskegon Chronicle
The Muskegon ChronicleIn the MLive.com Game of the Week, Oakridge pulled away from Whitehall 50-22 with a big-play offense. The Eagles took sole possession of first place in the West Michigan Conference and are assured of at least a share of the title. Oakridge qualified for the ...October 3, 2014 by The Muskegon Chronicle
The Eagles (5-1) dominated the Tigers from start to finish en route to a 42-8 thrashing at Shelby High School on Friday, Oct. 3. “I'm very happy with the performance,” said Oakridge coach Cary Harger. “Especially with the weather as a question mark and what ...September 27, 2014 by The Muskegon Chronicle
The Muskegon ChronicleRAVENNA, MI – Apparently there's nothing Kaleb Cook can't do on the gridiron. He blocks for Oakridge running backs as the left tackle, but he also lines up in the backfield and carries the ball into the end zone for his own touchdowns as well. As a junior ...September 26, 2014 by The Muskegon Chronicle
The Muskegon ChronicleRAVENNA, MI – The showdown between the Oakridge and Ravenna football teams turned one-sided pretty quickly. The Eagles scored 28 unanswered points in the first half to take a 28-7 lead late in the second quarter. They held at least a two-touchdown ...September 19, 2014 by The Muskegon Chronicle
MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI -- There's a new class of teachers in schools this year as the result of a significant number of retirements that saved one district $1 million in personnel costs. Human resource departments were extra busy this summer, with more ...September 8, 2014 by Muskegon Chronicle
Players were on their way to the game when coaches received a call from the GLFL commissioner, who said the championship game was to be moved to East English Village because of a power outage at Denby High School. "There were a lot of distractions ...News headlines by Google News