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Corunna honors wrestlers

The Corunna High School varsity wrestling team held its postseason awards banquet March 10 at GiGi’s House of Catering. Shown, left to right, are assistant coach Tim McCallum, state qualifier and Most Valuable Player Tony LePior, Most Improved Wrestler Alex Benoit, head coach Dave Robertson, Rookie of the Year Tyler Butcher and assistant coach Chad Briggs.

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Three students from the Perry High School Class of 2016 were among those recognized by the Greater Lansing Athletic Conference for Outstanding Academic Achievement. Pictured from left are PHS principal, Don Beck and the award-winning students: Ross Kelly, Autumn Ash and Ellie Beck. Students from each district in the GLAC were honored at a banquet April 20 at Leslie High School.  The top three students from each school in the conference were selected based on a combination of GPA and ACT score. Ash is planning to study agriculture food and natural resources education in college. Beck would like to go into microbiology and Kelly is considering mechanical engineering.  All three will be attending Michigan State University in the fall.

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