Sports

MSU to require vaccination proof or negative test for events

Michigan State University now is requiring proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test to attend athletic, music, art and theater events on the East Lansing campus. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event will be required of all attendees ages 12 and older, the university said. Persons who cannot provide …

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Michigan urges schools to delay events or make them virtual

Michigan’s health and education departments on Thursday urged schools to postpone or make virtual large gatherings, including sporting events, if they are not “essential” — as COVID-19 cases spike across the state. The recommendation, intended to keep schools open when classes resume after the winter break next week, was included in a letter to K-12 superintendents and charter school directors. Large events …

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Profanity at finish disqualifies 2nd place Michigan runner

A Michigan high school runner who finished second in a state championship race was disqualified for expressing four-letter words of joy as he crossed the finish line. Garrett Winter, a senior at Parchment High School, ran the 3.1-mile course in 15 minutes, 27 seconds, a personal best. But officials said his profanities Saturday at the end of the Division 2 …

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Friday night football

Three Rivers 9,  Vicksburg 7 Addison 24,  Centreville 16 Constantine 42,  Watervliet 20 Mendon 56,  Lawrence 12 White Pigeon 20,  Decatur 0

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TR Girls Cross Country

Three Rivers Girls beat Niles in Cross Country Tuesday 27 TR to 30 Niles It’s so important to get a win in the conference early in the season so that was exciting for the team. We had the winning runner and the fifth through ninth positions. Our team was ready to run, tonight being a cooler night than the last …

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