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​Division classifications revealed by MHSAA for 2020-21 season

​   LANSING (CCN) — Classifications for next year's Michigan High School Athletic Association post-season tournaments have been announced, including football divisions determined preseason for the first time since 1998.

Official of GCCOA lets members know food, funds for assistance available for anyone in need

    (CCN) — An e-mail went out to members of the Genesee County Coaches & Officials Association this week that help is available for anyone in need.

   Chris Vergison of the GCCOA wrote an e-mail that said, "I wanted to make everyone aware of a service available to any and all persons that may be in need of food during this difficult time. Multiple charitable donations have made available food products at various pickup locations, in conjunction with the United Way. To do so, call (810) 257-3422 and acquire an ID# that you would then take to the pickup location, with various pickup locations around the county. It's been told to me that these food pickup locations are overwhelming with the amount of food available."

   Vergison added that as a reminder, the GCCOA has funds available for other means to assist members. "Please do not hesitate to reach out," he said.

   The GCCOA is one of the longest-serving approved associations for officials in the state. The local group now counts more than 400 members and is a non-profit organization supported by coaches and officials across Genesee County. It was one of the first approved associations for officials by the Michigan High School Athletic Association which began in 1924.


MHSAA cancels remainder of winter sports; shuts down spring sports for first time since WWII

 LANSING (CCN) — The Michigan High School Athletic Association has canceled the remainder of the 2019-20 Winter and Spring sports seasons, in compliance with the Thursday (April 2, 2020) “State of Disaster” directive by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer closing school buildings and moving education online for the remainder of the school year to help decrease the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. This will be the first school year to not see MHSAA Finals played in multiple sports since 1942-43, when World War II led to the elimination of Finals in most sports. READ MORE

​​MHSAA to decide by April 3 on status of winter and spring sports seasons due to COVID-19

​   LLANSING (CCN) — The Michigan High School Athletic Association will announce no later than Friday (April 3, 2020) afternoon the status of its 2019-20 winter and spring sports seasons.

​​CCN Radio sports programs on hiatus as sports world grinds to halt due to COVID-19

    The Daily Gazette Sports Weekend Show and The Daily Gazette Sports Night Show will be on a hiatus until further notice. The long-running sports talk radio programs hosted by Mike Killbreath will return when sports returns to the scene. "We simply don't have any sports to talk about right now," said Killbreath. "The NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball all suspended operations because of the coronavirus pandemic, and the MHSAA pulled the plug for the year on all of Michigan's high school sports. All advertisers will receive credits to be used when we return to the air or they can request a refund by calling us at (810) 771-8348."

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Long-time Oakland County Press columnist Pat Caputo announced on his Facebook page Tuesday that he was given a layoff notice after 37 years at there.

​​Oakland Press hands out layoff notice to sports columnist legend Pat Caputo after 37-year run

    PONTIAC (CCN) — The Oakland Press handed a sports legend a layoff notice on Tuesday. Columnist Pat Caputo revealed the news to his friends and followers with a post on his Facebook page. READ MORE

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    "Regret is not rape," Frank Manley told jurors during Thursday's opening statement in the unjust rape and kidnapping charge against Mateen Cleaves.

   The above "unjust" description is putting it mildly about the case against the former all-state basketball star from the old Flint Northern High School who went on to become an All-American at Michigan State before playing on four NBA teams and then playing professionally overseas. Cleaves, who led MSU to its last national championship in 2000, was a national TV analyst for NCAA basketball at the time of his arrest as March Madness began in 2015. He was arrested for an incident that took place in September of 2015.

   "She wanted a celebrity hook-up," Manley insisted about a beautiful woman in her mid-20's who got drunk at a Grand Blanc Township bar after a charity golf outing and got into a vehicle four years ago with Cleaves, now 41. The ride ended at a motel in Mundy Township. Video evidence will show this so-called victim fixing her hair in the mirror on the passenger side visor as Cleaves went inside to pay for a room. He left the car engine running, which kinda makes kidnapping go out the window in my book. 

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