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Saginaw’s Rappuhn Named “Mr. Hockey”

High School Michigan’s “Mr. Hockey” is Brady Rappuhn, from Saginaw Heritage High School. Rappuhn amassed 89 points in 28 games this past season. He led his team to the state semifinals, before the tournament was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Rappuhn was one of six players named to the Michigan …

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High School Sports Season Ends – Saturday Sports Wrap

High School In the wake of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s cancellation of face-to-face K-12 instruction for the remainder of the school year, the Michigan High School Athletic Association has officially ended all spring sports, along with the remainder of any unfinished winter sports tournaments. No champions will be named in the …

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Lions Sign Defensive Back – Friday Sports Wrap

Finlandia Finlandia University has signed up two more athletes. Martin Zapata is a soccer player who led his team in points and assists at Cypress Bay High School in Weston, Florida. Jordan D’Angelo is a baseball infielder from West Bend, Wisconsin. has committed to play for the Finlandia University baseball …

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NFL Expands Playoffs – Tuesday Sports Wrap

NFL The NFL is expanding the playoffs. Beginning this season, seven teams from each conference will qualify for the postseason, instead of six. The top team from each conference will receive a bye. Wild Card weekend will include three games from each conference, instead of the current two. NCAA The National …

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Packers Re-Sign Ervin – Tuesday Sports Wrap

NFL The Denver Broncos have finally closed the deal with former Detroit Lions punter Sam Martin. Martin will make $7 million over three seasons. He joins former Graham Glasgow and Jeff Driskel in the Mile High City. The Green Bay Packers are holding on to running back and return specialist Tyler …

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