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OWOSSO — Owosso tasted its first Flint Metro League volleyball victory of the season, rallying past Lake Fenton 19-25, 25-21, 23-25, 25-19, 15-13 Tuesday.

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The Kirtland’s warbler — one of the first species in the country put on the federal list of endangered species — has recovered and no longer warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act. The news bodes well, not only for the colorful perching birds, but for sportsmen and women throug…

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OWOSSO — During practice this week — in preparation to face crosstown rival Owosso — Corunna head coach Kyle Robinson was challenged by his coaching staff to get creative with how he got different players the ball offensively.

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I have to say I was a bit nervous about my picks last week having only a week on the job and not a ton of familiarity with the area teams. It also didn’t help my confidence any that I was making picks while dealing with a head injury, but hey, sometimes you’ve got to play with the hand you’r…

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CORUNNA — Corunna continued its undefeated streak in league play, downing Goodrich 25-17, 25-20, 27-25 in three sets Wednesday night.

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ST. JOHNS — Byron’s girls cross country team locked up its second straight Mid-Michigan Activities Conference championship Wednesday, running first at the league championship meet at Uncle John’s Cider Mill.

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ALMA — Alma ended Chesaning’s season with an 8-0 mercy-rule victory Wednesday in a first-round Division 3 district matchup at Alma.

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MT.MORRIS — Several area schools had solid outings at the Greater Flint Championships Saturday afternoon. For the boys event all area schools finished in the top 20 of the event; Corunna finished 10th (223 points), New Lothrop 12th (282 points), Owosso 14th (370 points) and Byron 18th (466).

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I have to say I was a bit nervous about my picks last week having only a week on the job and not a ton of familiarity with the area teams. It also didn’t help my confidence any that I was making picks while dealing with a head injury, but hey, sometimes you’ve got to play with the hand you’r…

CORUNNA — Corunna continued its undefeated streak in league play, downing Goodrich 25-17, 25-20, 27-25 in three sets Wednesday night.

ST. JOHNS — Byron’s girls cross country team locked up its second straight Mid-Michigan Activities Conference championship Wednesday, running first at the league championship meet at Uncle John’s Cider Mill.

ALMA — Alma ended Chesaning’s season with an 8-0 mercy-rule victory Wednesday in a first-round Division 3 district matchup at Alma.

CHESANING — Crosstown volleyball rivals New Lothrop and Chesaning battled tooth-and-nail for five sets Tuesday, but ultimately the Hornets came out with a come-from-behind win on the road.

Camden Caswell, 12, bowled a 701 series at Riverbend Bowl in Corunna on Saturday morning. Camden rolled games of 202, 231 and 268 in the Mixed Up Youth League.

MT.MORRIS — Several area schools had solid outings at the Greater Flint Championships Saturday afternoon. For the boys event all area schools finished in the top 20 of the event; Corunna finished 10th (223 points), New Lothrop 12th (282 points), Owosso 14th (370 points) and Byron 18th (466).

Over the next month or so, throngs of hunters will step out of their daily routines in hopes of bagging a whitetail deer. Some will spend many hours sighting in with their chosen firearms or archery gear; some will not. Some will travel hundreds of miles or more to arrive at their hunting gr…

BYRON — Matthew Williams and Justin Frye each scored two goals and assisted on another for Byron en route to a 6-2 victory over Lakeville.

LESLIE — Perry’s Ryan O’Neil ran first in 17 minutes, 37.34 seconds and the Rambler boys finished third at Tuesday’s Greater Lansing Athletic Conference Jamboree at Leslie.

Over the past week or so, I’ve been checking treestands for safety reasons and found several of them in need of work. One ladder stand that has been attached to a live cherry tree for years had become unsafe for several reasons: Straps holding the stand to the tree had broken and the ladder …

LAINGSBURG defender Jackson Wilson, right, directs teammates before sending a pass as Owosso’s Noah Jafri, left, pursues Thursday at Laingsburg. The Wolfpack collected a 2-0 victory.