Sports news from Rockford Public Schools

Summer classic baseball skills

July 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

by John Raffel Art Van Sports Complex will be hosting a “Summer Classic” baseball skills camp Monday and Tuesday, July 13-14. The cost of the camp, $70, includes a t-shirt and West Michigan Whitecaps ticket discount for the game that night. Ages are 6-to-9 and 10-to-14. The camp will provide youngsters with a baseball skill and drill instruction in a very fun and [...]

USSSA Global World Series at ArtVan

July 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

By John Raffel It’s called the USSSA Global World Series and it’s coming this week to Art Van Sports Complex. The United States Speciality Sports Association will be sponsoring the event, which starts on Wednesday and will wrap up on Sunday. It’s an all-day event each day. “We have 18 teams from Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa and Indiana in our [...]

Rockford Lady Rams play history-making tennis, impressively

July 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Todd Van Eck The 2015 Rockford Lady Rams Varsity Tennis Team put an exclamation point on their history-making season by receiving an official “Proclamation” from the Kent County Commissioners during the Cannon Township meeting on June 22, 2015. County Commissioner Diane Jones presented the award to Head Coach Tom Huizing and the team during the meeting. As best [...]

Rockford Krush 16U softball team wins championship

July 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Rockford Krush 16U softball team won the championship of the 18U division of the Battle Creek Cereal Bowl Challenge on June 28th at Bailey Park.  The team went 4-0 in the tournament and only gave up 5 total runs in those games!  The team will be competing in the Holland Beach Bash next [...]

Riann Graff enters senior year after giving up qualifying rodeo spot

July 2, 2015 // 0 Comments

In the June 26, 2015 edition of The Rockford Squire two local Rockford students were featured in an article about the Michigan High School Rodeo and how they qualified for the national rodeo taking place in Wyoming this July. Unfortunately, one talented student was left out of the article. I’d like to provide you with her information in hopes that she may be recognized [...]
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