Rockford inline hockey teams move forward in playoff competition

Rockford inline hockey’s orange team finishes the season with back-to-back wins, continuing their playoff efforts.

Both Rockford inline hockey teams continue on in the playoff efforts. All remaining playoff games promise to be exciting, and these two Rockford teams are in the thick of it. Rockford’s white team has had a challenging 2009-1010 season, but are not going down without a fight. In their latest game with the top seeded […]

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Squirt hockey team meets Kocur

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Members of the Rockford Squirt hockey team get a thrill at a recent tournament in Traverse City. They got to meet former Redwing tough guy Joey Kocur and get a few pictures taken with one of the great “bruise brothers.” Pictured are (front, l–r) Camryn Gabriel, Sadie Smyth, Jonathon King, Tucker Hendrie, Austin Czarnopys, and […]

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Rockford’s rival Muskegon football game goes to Fifth Third Ballpark

Touted by Rockford Superintendent Michael Shibler as a fundraiser for athletic programs at Rockford Public Schools, fans will enjoy this year’s rival football game against Muskegon at Fifth Third Ballpark. “The state is in a financial crisis, we are looking to raise money for boys and girls athletic programs,” Shibler said of the move, which […]

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Rockford places seventh in division I state finals

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CONGRATULATIONS RAMS— After competing against 53 other Michigan schools, Rockford placed seventh at the Division I state finals March 13. Following a two-day battle at the Holland Aquatic Center, Rockford walked away with 18 medals, four swimmers named All-American, and two individuals and one relay awarded All-State.

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Accreditation team to visit Rockford Public Schools

As part of its initiative to receive district-wide accreditation, Rockford Public Schools will host an AdvancED Quality Assurance Review Team from March 21-24, 2010. In 1991, the Rockford Public Schools began the process for traditional accreditation of each of its schools through the North Central Association, the largest accrediting association that monitored schools in the […]

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