Five takeaways from Grand Valley’s victory over Wisconsin-La Crosse
Grand Valley State University overcame a 10-point second-quarter deficit to beat Wisconsin-LaCrosse 45-24 Saturday in Allendale. 1) Transfer Hunter Rison caught his first touchdown pass as a Laker, giving Grand Valley a much-needed spark after falling behind 17-7. Rison’s grabbed a 65-yard completion from quarterback Cade Peterson in the second quarter that cut LaCrosse’s advantage to 17-14. Young-Walls iced the game with a 29-yard touchdown run with 1:51 left in regulation to close out the game’s scoring. 5) Abe Swanson led Grand Valley’s defense with a career-high 10 tackles.mlive.com
Heres how 25 sports have been divided into high, moderate, low COVID-19 risk categories
DETROIT Will it be safe for children, high schoolers or anybody to play sports amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Experts have divided 25 popular sports into three categories: high, moderate and low risk. The National Federation of State High School Associations released their list, which is based on the amount of close, sustained contact, along with other factors. Oklahoma recently rejected a plan that would have required social distancing and allowed all high school sports to resume without restrictions. One idea being considered by many states would change the calendar to shift lower risk sports to fall and move higher risk ones to the spring.
SPOTLIGHT: Stoney Creek sophomore still remembers her first lacrosse goal
Jillian is a sophomore at Stoney Creek High School and put all her energy into lacrosse since freshman year. What really motivated her to play lacrosse is that she could play with her older sister, Julia! Jillian Seidell (Jillian Seidell)Not Just a Lacrosse PlayerIn the fall, Jillian loves to coach volleyball for Holy Family Regional School. At Stoney Creek HS, Jillian enjoys taking part in the Key Club and Psych Club. Go out there and give it your all! JillianIn the future, Jillian hopes she is able to play lacrosse the next two years and wants to make the varsity team.
Man shot while walking home from work in Harper Woods
HARPER WOODS, Mich. – A man was shot early Thursday while walking in Harper Woods, police said. According to police, the 18-year-old was walking from work to his home in the 19800 block of Beaconsfield Street just after midnight when he was approached by a tan Buick Lacrosse. Two people got out of the car and fired three shots at the man, police said. The victim ran into his backyard, and the shooters fled the scene in the Lacrosse, which was driven by a third person. Police said the victim was shot once on his finger.