Three Rivers Girls Varsity Cross Country

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Cross Country: Cats host Big Hill Invitational

Cross Country hosted the annual Three Rivers Big Hill Invitational tonight at Meyer Broadway Park: BOYS: The Cats finished 7th overall with Cole Appoloni (7th) and Colby Hasse (8th) earning medals in the Junior class race. Appoloni ran 21:04, Hasse 21:35, Logan Borst 22:03, Donald Munro 22:42, and Richard Scare 23:20. GIRLS: The Cats finished

Cross Country: Portage Early Bird Invitational

Boys & Girls Cross Country opened the 2017 season today at the Portage Early Bird Invitational: GIRLS: The Cats finished 10th overall and were led by Carissa Kelly with a time of 21:52. Natalie Kelley 22:26, Kaitlin Ritchie 23:25, Samantha Mohney 24:02, and Gracie Bowers 24:41 rounded out the Cats top five runners. BOYS: The

High School Fall Sports: Practice/Tryouts start week of Aug. 7

High School Fall Sports open the week of August 7 as the 2017-18 athletic season approaches. Reminder, student-athletes must have a sports physical turned in to the High School Main Office before joining a team. Physicals must be completed on or after April 15, 2017. Here are the details on the opening week of each

Girls Cross Country Summer Practice Schedule

Girls’ Varsity Cross Country mandatory summer kickoff/parent meeting All runners and a parent are required to attend this meeting June, 19th, 6:00 PM  at TRHS Media Center   Summer Fun Runs for MS and HS runners Thursday June 29 7:00 PM at TRHS Thursday July 20 7:00 PM at Scidmore Park Thursday August 3 7:00

TR Girls XC Places 2nd at County Meet

On Tuesday, November 1st, Three Rivers hosted the final cross country meet of the regular season at Meyer Broadway Park. The St. Joseph County Meet featured teams from Constantine, Centreville, White Pigeon, Mendon, Sturgis, Howardsville Christian and host Three Rivers. The Three Rivers girls placed 2nd with a score of 41. Top finishers for Three

Wildcat Points of Pride

Three Rivers Wildcats Points of Pride Week of Sept 26 – Oct 2 Three Rivers hosted Paw Paw for Friday night football. On a cold and rainy night, the Wildcats took advantage of two Redskin turnovers to win 14-0 at home. Traven VanOss & Tyson New both recovered fumbles and ran them back for touchdowns.

Wildcat Points of Pride

Three Rivers Wildcats Points of Pride Week of August 22-28 The Lady Cats traveled to the famed Cereal City Volleyball Tournament in Battle Creek on Saturday. “It’s the longest running tournament in our state’s history,” said coach Erik Kore, “and tournament director Heather Sawyer hosted a fantastic 24 team event.” Three Rivers defeated White Pigeon

Three Rivers Hosts Big Hill Climb Tuesday

On Tuesday, August 23rd, Three Rivers is hosting its annual Big Hill Climb Invite at Meyer Broadway Park. Twelve teams are competing in both boys and girls races: Allegan, Athens, Bronson, Comstock, Constantine, Harper Creek, Marshall, Mendon, Niles, Parchment, Paw Paw & Three Rivers. Mac Sports Timing will be present to time the event. This

The Week Ahead in Athletics…

Monday Nothing Tuesday Nothing Wednesday Girls Golf @ Scott Family Memorial Tournament (Gull Lake) – 9 AM Boys Tennis Home vs Buchanan – 4 PM Thursday F Football Scrimmages Home – 3 PM (Practice Fields, Behind HS) JV Football Scrimmages Home – 3 PM (Practice Fields. Behind HS) V Football Scrimmages Home – 5 PM

Three Rivers Community Pep Rally!

The Three Rivers Athletic Department would like to thank everyone for came to the 1st Community Pep Rally at Three Rivers High School on Friday night! The bad weather caused a change of venue, but it didn’t deter Wildcat Nation. Armstrong International graciously sponsored the event and everyone who attended received a free hot dog,