National Signing Day: See where Muskegon-area student-athletes are headed

Follow Josh VanDyke on TwitterGrand Haven linemen Dayne Arnett (52), Ashton Lepo (78) and Landon VanBeek (77) do drills prior to Friday's game. Mona Shores defeated Grand Haven, 36-15, in a high school football game Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, at Buccaneer Stadium in Grand Haven, Mich. Scott DeCamp | MLive.comScott DeCamp | MLive.comStudent-athletes across the country made their college plans official Wednesday as part of National Signing Day and the Muskegon area had its fair share of celebrations despite the inclement weather. Below is a list of local high school standouts who signed their letter of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level. NOTE: Coaches, players and parents are encouraged to send additional student-athletes to to be included in this post. ---MUSKEGON HIGHFOOTBALLTy’Quarius Irby – DavenportDamari Foster – Ferris StateMyles Walton – Ferris StateDuane Anderson – ElmhurstJamarrius May – AlbionJeremiah Dault – Lawrence Tech---MONA SHORESFOOTBALLDemetri Roberson – Saginaw Valley StateElijah Johnson – AlmaRyan McNiff – AlmaMark Konecny – Western Michigan---REETHS-PUFFERFOOTBALLAlmarco Fields – Ferris State---GRAND HAVENFOOTBALLNathan Boehnke – Saginaw Valley StateDayne Arnett – Ferris StateAshton Lepo – Michigan State---SPRING LAKEFOOTBALLTy French – Alma---KENT CITYBOWLINGPeytin Brake – Valparaiso---MONTAGUEFOOTBALLAndrew Kooi – DavenportHayden McDonald – Hillsdale---OAKRIDGEFOOTBALLDerek Driscoll – Adrian---MORE MUSKEGON-AREA SPORTS COVERAGEKent City girls basketball team flips the script in win over SpartaMuskegon-area basketball highlights: North Muskegon boys pick up pivotal league winMuskegon-area basketball highlights: North Muskegon boys pick up pivotal league winMuskegon-area girls basketball power rankings for week of Feb. 1Muskegon-area boys basketball power rankings for week of Feb. 1Michigan Associated Press high school boys basketball state rankings for Jan. 31Michigan Associated Press high school girls basketball rankings for week of Jan. 31Vote for the Muskegon-area Athlete of the Week for Jan. 24-29Muskegon-area high school basketball standings as of Jan. 31Muskegon-area high school basketball schedule for Jan. 31-Feb. 5

How to Watch Michigan Prep Sports on September 1 | Live Stream Info

Some more girls volleyball and boys soccer action around the state of Michigan. Many football games this season are live-streamed and available at or by visiting Games on NFHS are accessible by subscription, costing $10.99 per month or $69.99 per year and can be purchased by clicking here. Watch prep sports on the NFHS NetworkALL TIMES EASTERNFOOTBALLSault Area vs. Tawas Area (6 p.m.)GIRLS VOLLEYBALLJonesville vs. Coldwater (4 p.m.)Hamilton vs. East Grand Rapids (4:30 p.m.)Three Rivers vs. Edwardsburg (4:45 p.m.)Traverse City Central vs. Traverse City West (5 p.m.)Kalamazoo Central vs. Coldwater (5 p.m.)Academy of the Sacred Heart vs. University Liggett (5 p.m.)Calumet vs. West Iron County (5 p.m.)Caro vs. Marlette (5:30 p.m.)Coleman vs. Merrill (5:30 p.m.)Bullock Creek vs. Nouvel Catholic Central (5:30 p.m.)Johannesburg-Lewiston vs. Forest Area (5:30 p.m.)Garden City vs. Carbrini (6 p.m.)Paw Paw vs. Ostego (6 p.m.)Mason vs. Eastern-Lansing (6 p.m.)Vicksburg vs. Sturgis (6 p.m.)Williamston vs. Fowlerville (6 p.m.)Niles vs. Allegan (6 p.m.)Williamston vs. Fowlerville (6 p.m.)Capac vs. Dryden (6:15 p.m.)Genesee vs. Lakeville Memorial (6:15 p.m.)Sacred Heart Academy vs. Ashley (6:30 p.m.)Ida vs. Jefferson (6:30 p.m.)St. Mary Prepatory vs. Everest Collegiate (6:30 p.m.)Gaylord vs. Alpena (6:30 p.m.)Lapeer East vs. Lakeland (6:30 p.m.)Dearborn vs. Northville (6:30 p.m.)Lutheran North vs. Shrine Catholic (6:30 p.m.)Petoskey vs. Cadillac (6:45 p.m.)Breckenridge vs. St. Charles (7 p.m.)Eradicate Academy vs. Hopkins (7 p.m.)White Cloud vs. Holton (7 p.m.)Breckenridge vs. St. Charles (7 p.m.)Grosse Pointe South vs. Athens-Troy (7 p.m.)Bath vs. Fulton (7 p.m.)Cranbrook Kingswood vs. Gabriel Richard-Riverview (7 p.m.)Nouvel Catholic Central vs. Hemlock (7 p.m.)Lakeview vs. Hesperia Community (7 p.m.)Ithaca vs. Standish-Sterling Central (7 p.m.)Kent City vs. Morley-Stanwood (7 p.m.)Fraser vs. Chippewa Valley (7 p.m.)Crossroads Charter Academy vs. Clare (7 p.m.)Lake City vs. Harrison (7:30 p.m.)Watch prep sports on the NFHS NetworkBOYS SOCCERHemlock vs. Valley Lutheran (4:30 p.m.)Cabrini vs. University Liggett (4:30 p.m.)H.H. Dow vs. Grand Blanc (4:30 p.m.)Roscommon vs. Northern Michigan Christian (5 p.m.)Warren Woods-Tower vs. L’Anse Creuse (5:30 p.m.)Ludington vs. Whitehall (5:45 p.m.)Lake Shore vs. Fitzgerald (6 p.m.)Huron Valley Lutheran vs. Clarenceville (6 p.m.)Lapeer East vs. Flint Powers Catholic (6 p.m.)Portage Northern vs. Lakeshore (6:30 p.m.)Owosso vs. Holly (6:30 p.m.)Linden vs. Goodrich (6:30 p.m.)East Grand Rapids vs. South Christian (6:45 p.m.)Utica vs. Rochester Adams (6:55 p.m.)Canton vs. Brighton (7 p.m.)Our Lady of the Lakes vs. Bishop Foley (7 p.m.)Grand Haven vs. East Kentwood (7:15 p.m.)FIELD HOCKEYDexter vs. Saline (7 p.m.)Huron-Ann Arbor vs. Chelsea (7 p.m.)Edsel Ford vs. Clarkston (7 p.m.)

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The 2021 high school football season is set to kick off, with many teams beginning their seasons on Thursday night. Many football games this season are live-streamed and available at or by visiting Games on NFHS are accessible by subscription, costing $10.99 per month or $69.99 per year and can be purchased by clicking here. Watch prep sports on the NFHS NetworkFOOTBALLFrankenmuth at Goodrich (4 p.m.)Lapeer at GR Catholic Central (12 p.m.)Midland vs. Traverse City West - in Ann Arbor (3:30 p.m.)Communication Media Arts vs. Universtiy Liggett (4 p.m.)Canton vs. Fordson - in Detroit (4 p.m.)Clarenceville at Cranbrook Kingswood (5 p.m.)Houghton Lake at Glen Lake (6 p.m.)Zeeland East at Warren Woods-Tower (6 p.m.)Lake Linden-Hubbell at Wakefield-Marenisco (6 p.m.)Valley Lutheran at Lutheran Northwest (6 p.m.)Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian at Suttons Bay (6:45 p.m.)Lincoln Park at OA Carlson (6:50 p.m.)Lakeview-St. Clair Shores at Crestwood (6:55 p.m.)Port Huron at Stoney Creek (6:55 p.m.)Carney-Nadeau at Norway (7 p.m.)Grand Ledge at Coldwater (7 p.m.)New Haven at Capac (7 p.m.)Mount Pleasant at Kalamazoo Central (7 p.m.)Clinton at Manchester (7 p.m.)New Lothrop at Lumen Christi Catholic (7 p.m.)Williamston at Croswell-Lexington (7 p.m.)Dearborn at Brighton (7 p.m.)Pinconning at Standish-Sterling Central (7 p.m.)Caledonia at Holt (7 p.m.)St. Louis at Montabella (7 p.m.)Bad Axe at Harbor Beach Community (7 p.m.)Durand Area at Imlay City (7 p.m.)Roseville at Monroe (7 p.m.)GIRLS VOLLEYBALLMason County Central at Brethern (9 a.m.)Traverse City St. Francis at East Kentwood (4 p.m.)Potter’s House at Hopkins (5 p.m.)Reed City at Holton (5 p.m.)Harbor Springs at Alanson (5:30 p.m.)Newberry at Manistique (5:30 p.m.)Hillman at Alpena (5:30 p.m.)Battle Creek Pennfield at Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian (6 p.m.)Quincy at Stockbridge (6:15 p.m.)Pinckney at Skyline (6:30 p.m.)Hamtramck at Arbor Preparatory (6:30 p.m.)Ewen-Trout Creek at Luther L Wright (6:45 p.m.)Canton at Woodhaven (7 p.m.)BOYS SOCCERTraverse City Central at Heritage (12 p.m.)Ogemaw Heights at Grayling (4 p.m.)Stevenson at Churchill (4 p.m.)Riverview Community HS at Melvindale (4 p.m.)John Glenn-Westland at Dearborn (4 p.m.)Oscoda at Kalkaska (5 p.m.)Detroit Cristo Rey at Cabrini (5 p.m.)Kalamazoo Christian at Comstock (5 p.m.)Unionville Sebewaing at Bad Axe (5:30 p.m.)Shepherd at Ithaca (5:30 p.m.)Bishop Foley at Everest Collegiate (5:30 p.m.)Zion Christian at Godfrey-Lee (6 p.m.)Thurston at Clarenceville (6 p.m.)Hartland at Novi (6 p.m.)Anchor Bay at Lakeview-St. Clair Shores (6:30 p.m.)Northview at GR Catholic Central (6:45 p.m.)BOYS TENNISManistee Catholic Central vs. Stoney Creek (4 p.m.)

More than 50 Milan athletes earn All-Huron League honors for fall sports

MILAN – It was a successful 2020 fall sports season for many Milan athletes despite the ups and downs teams faced. The Big Reds were well represented in the Huron League as more than 50 Milan athletes earned all-conference honors after successful fall athletic seasons. Twenty Big Reds claimed first team honors, while 26 were named second team and six were selected honorable mention. See which Milan athletes received all-Huron League recognition below. --FIRST TEAMBOYS CROSS COUNTRYBrayden HumesGIRLS CROSS COUNTRYHannah SegristElla RacetteFOOTBALLDylan BeckCole McElvanyKendrick McBrideKaleb Monahan-AlberGOLFKylee BratschiSOCCERGarrett DeBrockSWIM & DIVEAnnabelle WilliamsEmily HuelkeHailey BradyJillian RhoneyRaeghan HinesElaina MalachPhoebe RhoneyTENNISDuane MichaelsTyler HelzemanEthan BuddVOLLEYBALLDelaney Higgins--SECOND TEAMGIRLS CROSS COUNTRYSaebrianna SmallwoodFOOTBALLNoah CartwrightJett IsaacsJJ StinesTravon StinesGOLFMegan MonroeSOCCERParker BeardBen CisloSWIM & DIVEHailey BradyKrista CookRaeghan HinesElaina MalachMikala MuccinoRylee MitchellJillian RhoneyNadia SmithKamryn StrippMolley SmithTENNISRyder KnoxMatt BowmanZach SpradinGavin KruiseAdam DuboisTrent SpradinVOLLEYBALLNya MatleyAllison Millina--HONORABLE MENTIONFOOTBALLEvan MorelockConner DessellierEthan GriffinZack AbbeySOCCERSamuel KlienVOLLEYBALLVanessa WhiteMORE:See which Ann Arbor-area volleyball players earned All-Region honorsAnn Arbor-area football players named all-region for Divisions 1-42 Father Gabriel Richard football players earn Division 5 all-region honors