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Flint Powers, Hartland ranked in Super Top 10 for high school hockey by coaches' association
(CCN) — Flint Powers Catholic and Hartland are the only schools from The Daily Gazette coverage area listed in the latest rankings by the Michigan High School Hockey Coaches Association. Hartland is 5th and Flint Powers is 10th in the initial Super Top 10 rankings of teams in all divisions voted on by coaches.
Michigan Wolverines go to 7-0 at Crysler Center behind 31-point explosion by Charles Matthews; Rout Alabama A&M by 50 points
ANN ARBOR — The Michigan Wolverines stayed perfect at the Crysler Center in Ann Arbor behind a 31-point explosion Thursday night by junior transfer Charles Matthews. It was his sixth 20-point game of the season for the Wolverines who routed Alabama A&M 97-47 without star big man Mo Wagner. Click Here to Read More
Flint boxer Claressa Shields going for world title against unbeaten German opponent Friday night at MGM Casino in Detroit on Showtime TV
DETROIT (CCN) — Flint's Olympic champion boxer Claressa Shields will fight for a world championship on national television Friday night. Her bout with an undefeated German opponent will be the main event on the Showtime cable network. Promoter Demitri Selsta said Shields will likely fight at about 10:30 pm.
Shields is 3-0 in her pro career after becoming the first U.S. Olympic boxer to win two Gold Medals. "Her opponent is 16-0 but Claressa isn't worried," said her trainer, Jason Crutchfield. "She's ready and she's confident. She's ready to go take care of business."
The fight is part of a seven-bout card at the MGM Casino & Hotel in Detroit. The doors open at 7 pm and the first fight will be at 8 pm. Tickets remain at the $125 each price range.
Tigers jump out to 7-0 lead; Hang on to win 7-5 in Baltimore over Orioles with two rain delays
BALTIMORE (CCN) —New closer Shayne Greene came on in the bottom of the 9th inning to get his second straight save Thursday night in his new role as the Detroit Tigers hung on to win 7-5 in Baltimore over the Orioles in Major League Baseball action.
The Tigers jumped out to a 2-0 lead on first inning home runs by Ian Kinsler and Justin Upton, then exploded for five runs in the 3rd inning to go ahead 7-0.
Two rain delays made it a long night for the second straight day after beating two rain delays on Wednesday in New York when blanking the Yankees 2-0.
Time for review on how our high schools treat superstars after ex Grand Blanc High star charged in murder police call 'revenge' killing
GRAND BLANC — Nobody in Grand Blanc High School's football family wanted to talk on the record about Monday's news that one of its all-time greats is being held without bail at the Genesee County Jail.
It's a subject that needs to be addressed on the day that high school football practices began across Michigan.
How many schools employ coaches who allow talent to trump instilling life's most important lessons that come from the privilege of participating in competitive sports? Click Here to Read More
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Detroit Tigers place former Cy Young Award winner Justin Verlander on revocable waivers
DETROIT (CCN) — The Detroit Tigers may be trying to unload the expensive contract of ace pitcher Justin Verlander. They announced Wednesday that the former Cy Young Award winner had been placed on revocable waivers. The Tigers would be free to trade Verlander is no team claims him off waivers to pay off the rest of his contract.
The move has sparked rumors that the Washington Nationals might be interested in taking on the high price tag after two of their pitchers were injured this week. They lead the National League's East Division while the Tigers are 10 games behind the Cleveland Indians in the American League's Central Division and unlikely to catch anybody ahead of them in the wild card race to make the playoffs this season.
Detroit Tigers beat rain, beat American League East leading New York Yankees
NEW YORK (CCN) — The Detroit Tigers won 2-0 in a matinee game Wednesday at Yankee Stadium that turned into an evening finish because of two rain delays.
Jordan Zimmerman pitched 7 innings of shutout ball for the Tigers who got scoreless innings in relief from Bruce Rondon in the 8th and new closer Shayne Greene in the 9th. The Tigers scored their first run in the opening inning on consecutive hits to start the game by Ian Kinsler, Jim Aduci and Justin Upton. Red-hot catcher James McCann added an RBI double later in the game.
Tigers trade veteran Alex Avila, closer Justin Wilson to Cubs for pair of top young prospects
DETROIT (CCN) — The Detroit Tigers didn't wait until Monday's 4 pm trading deadline to make another big deal. They traded away two more of their top players late Sunday to the Chicago Cubs for a pair of young prospects. They sent closer Justin Wilson and veteran catcher Alex Avila to the defending World Series champions after an earlier trade that sent fan favorite J.D. Martinez to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Cubs and D-Backs are contenders in their respective National League divisions this season while the Tigers are 10 games out of first place behind the Cleveland Indians in the American League's Central Division with 59 games to go.
The latest trade comes after Detroit beat the Houston Astros 13-1 Sunday at Comerica Park to take two out of three from the American League's best team. The West Division leaders have 11 more victories than the Indians and 12 more than the AL East leading New York Yankees.
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Flint boxer Claressa Shields (at right) at the MGM Grand Casino & Hotel Friday for her title fight on national TV with Flint rapper Lyric DaQueen performing as she made her way into the ring.
Flint boxer Claressa Shields wins women's world title on 5th round TKO at MGM Casino
DETROIT (CCN) — Flint's Olympic champion boxer Claressa Shields won the women's world title Friday night in Detroit with a 5th round TKO over Nikki Adler. It was only the fourth pro fight for the unbeaten Shields who became the first Team USA boxer to win two Gold Medals at the Olympics. Adler was the middleweight champion with a 16-0 record before the German fighter ran into Shields at the MGM Grand Casino & Hotel in Detroit before a rowdy crowd filled with Shields supporters.
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Dodgers beat Michael Fulmer on error by third baseman Nick Castellanos; Losing streak at 6
DETROIT (CCN) — Michael Fulmer became the first starting pitcher for the Detroit Tigers in 10 years to lose despite not allowing an earned run when a two-out error helped the Los Angeles Dodgers beat him on Saturday at Comerica Park in Detroit.
The Dodgers broke a 0-0 tie when third baseman Nicholas Castellanos dropped a pop up after losing sight of the ball in the sun with two outs in the 7th inning. Adrian Gonzalez delivered an RBI single one batter later after the big error and the Dodgers then added another run in the 8th inning against Alex Wilson and tacked on a third run against Shane Greene in the 9th inning to win it 3-0. The loss was Detroit's sixth in a row and 10th loss in the last 12 games. Click Here to Read More
Detroit TIgers manage only one hit in 3-0 loss at Pittsburgh to Pirates as 4-game streak ends
PITTSBURGH (CCN) — The Detroit Tigers were beaten 3-0 Monday night in Pittsburgh for their third straight loss. They lost their last two games in Baltimore after opening the four-game series with victories on Thursday and Friday to create their first four-game winning streak of the season.
Jordan Zimmerman pitched 7 strong innings for the Tigers in a bid to level his record at 8-8. He was behind 1-0 when pinch hitter John Jason blasted a full count curve ball into the right field stands for a two-run homer. The PIrates had nursed a 1-0 lead until then after Francisco Cervelli's second-inning RBI double came on a full-count slider. Trevor Williams also went 7 innings for the Pirates and he allowed only one hit.