Western vs Lumen Christi boys basketball Western fans react to a made three pointer against Lumen Christi in a boys basketball game at Western High School on Friday, January 13, 2017. (J. Scott Park | Mlive.com) By Tony Garcia | firstname.lastname@example.orgThe season is still very fresh – half of the Jackson-area teams have only played one game – but it’s never too early to start our power rankings.
Western vs Lumen Christi boys basketball Lumen Christi's Dayton Keller (35) shoots the ball against Western's Desmond Price (12) in a boys basketball game at Western High School on Friday, January 13, 2017. (J. Scott Park | Mlive.com) By Tony Garcia | email@example.comThe first week of Jackson-area boys basketball is behind us and now is a time to reflect on some of the individual performances that stood out.
With so much year-to-year turnover in high school athletics, hardly anything is a certainty. However, one thing that is a certainty, is the Jackson area wrestling showdown -- more commonly known as JAWS -- will be one of the most anticipated tournaments year in and year out. The Middle School at Parkside played host to the annual tournament yet again on Saturday, Dec. 9 and despite its name, teams from all over the lower part of the state took part in the tournament.
@cutlernwahlberg I think ND, MSU, OSU all equally difficult, but certainly agree with the premise your point. Its just hard to wrap my mind around not mentioning MSU and crowing UM champs in Dec. as still being a thing.
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