The 2016 Associated Press Division Eight-Man, All-State football team, selected by a statewide panel of Michigan sports writers: ALL-STATE
The 2016 Associated Press Division Eight-Man, All-State football team, selected by a statewide panel of Michigan sports writers:
QB/DB Jason Whitens, Powers North Central — Player of the Year
OL/LB Reese Bays-Kramer, Deckerville
RB/LB Wyatt Boik, Pickford
RB/LB Bobby Kleiman, Powers North Central
RB/LB Daniel Nocerini, Forest Park
QB/DB Braydon Sherrod, Tri-Unity
OL/DL Austin Spaetzel, Deckerville
WR/DL Jake Witt, Ewen Trout Creek
Honorable Mention: DE/OL Jordan Bailey, Cedarville; QB/DB John Basile, New Haven Merritt; DL/OL Taylor Belongie, Powers North Central; RB/LB David Binder, OwenGage; DL/OL Garrett Bybee-Mullins, Forest Area; QB/DB Trevor Brawley, Engadine; RB Erick Carey, Marion; OL/DL Greg Doll, Portland St. Patrick; OL Chase Fremstad, Dryden; RB Sam Hodge, Portland St. Patrick; DE Bryce Hornick, Stephenson; OL/LB Jeremy Johnson, Forest Park; QB/DB Brandon Pattulo, Deckerville; OL/DE Tanner Poupore, Powers North Central; QB/DB Hollis Thomas, Forest Area; RB/LB Jake Warack, Owendale-Gagetown
COACH OF THE YEAR
Kevin Bellefeuil, Powers North Central
The winter sports season is upon us, so its time to rank the top wrestling teams for the 2016-17 season. Here is the first Michigan high school wrestling poll for all four divisions, as determined ...
The winter sports season is upon us, so its time to rank the top wrestling teams for the 2016-17 season.
Here is the first Michigan high school wrestling poll for all four divisions, as determined by michigangrappler.com:
1. Detroit Catholic Central2. Hartland3. Davison4. Macomb Dakota5. Grandville6. Oxford7. Westland John Glenn8. Brighton9. Anchor Bay10. Bay City Western
1. Lowell2. DeWitt3. St. Johns4. Goodrich5. Warren Woods Tower6. Eaton Rapids7. Gaylord8. Stevensville Lakeshore9. Sparta10. Allegan
1. Dundee2. Lake Fenton3. Richmond4. Remus Chippewa Hills5. Whitehall6. Caro7. Birch Run8. Lakewood9. Corunna10. Roscommon
1. New Lothrop2. Hudson3. Decatur4. Hesperia5. Springport6. Clinton7. Bronson8. Manchester9. Pine River10. St Louis
A body found after a mobile home fire in Northern Michigan has been presumed to be Carl Francis Brant, the resident of the home.
KALKASKA COUNTY, MI - A body found at the site of a mobile home fire in Northern Michigan is presumed to be Carl Francis Brant, the resident of the home, authorities said.
Related: Body found after Northern Michigan house fire
The body of a 55-year-old man was found after the mobile home, located at 5360 South St. in Rapid City, was completely engulfed by a fire early Frieday, Nov. 25.
The Michigan State Police believe the body found is Brant, but are waiting on autopsy results for positive identification.
The cause of the fire has not been determined. The furnace in the home was not working properly and an alternative heat source was being used.
The Michigan State Police Fire Investigation Unit is still checking into the cause of the fire.