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Steed’s dramatic winning touchdown reception lifts Lowell to 28-27 pre-district win over East Grand Rapids

Lowell’s last pass completion of its pre district game against East Grand Rapids was also its first of the night to junior Gabe Steed. The Red Arrows’ leading receiver entered the game averaging 23.6 yards per catch. Steed did all of that and much more on a game-winning 73-yard pass- and-catch from Ryan Stevens with […]

Lowell rebounds from loss with 41-21 win over FH Central

  After being uncharacteristically swallowed up at Caledonia a week ago, Lowell was charged with refocusing for nearby OK White rival Forest Hills Central. A Ranger football team which defeated Caledonia 31-19 in week three. “I was a little concerned with what the mind set of our young football team would be after that loss […]

Caledonia methodically devours Lowell, 33-0

Many chuckled when Lowell coach Noel Dean proclaimed earlier in the week that his Red Arrow football team had no chance for victory against Caledonia. Those chuckles were replaced by dropped jaws Friday night as they watched the Fighting Scots methodically devour Lowell 33-0 at Ralph Myers Memorial Stadium. “Caledonia is awesome. They are well […]

Thrower leads Muskegon past Lowell, 28-21, in district championship game

Prior to Friday night’s district championship football game Muskegon football coach Shane Fairfield called it the state championship game before the state championship game. This would explain why he labeled the Big Reds 28-21district championship¬† victory over Lowell on Bob Perry Field one of the best wins of his career. The last time Fairfield made […]

Lowell overcomes Sailors’ fast start in 34-24 pre district win

A combined record of 31-5 made this Division 2 region arguably the toughest region in the state. The results in week one of the playoffs, however, were not as difficult¬† to predict. Pick the two schools who have done it before. Pick two schools whose programs have shared much success over a sustained period of […]

Lowell ‘nicks’ GR Christian in double overtime thriller, 35-34

Red Arrow senior wideout Benjamin Bigham caught eight passes (132 yards) and scored a touchdown in Lowell’s electrifying 35-34 double overtime win against Grand Rapids Christian Friday night at Lowell Memorial Field on Bob Perry Field. And yet, around Saturday morning’s coffee table his name is being remembered for his tipped pass (not any catch) […]

Lowell dodges EGR’s upset bid, Red Arrows win 42-39 in four overtimes

  Two of the best football programs in the state of Michigan added a classic for their history books Friday night at Memorial Field in East Grand Rapids as Lowell, the number one team in Division 2, survived a four overtime thriller against the Pioneers, 42-39. “It was an unbelievable game, ” emphasized EGR football […]

Lowell charges past FHC 48-7

Not sure of his club’s physche following a big win over Muskegon the previous week, Lowell football coach Noel Dean tested it early Friday night at Forest Hills Central. He liked the response. Lowell, in its first possession of the game was at risk of going three plays and a punt, instead Dean chose to […]

Strides on uneven bars continue despite loss to FHC

New bars have been raised and changes in the scores are the result. “The uneven bars has always been our weakest event and this year that is starting to change.¬† We were able to get a new set of bars over the summer so now we have two sets at practice and it is making […]

AAU work notable attribute with Lowell freshmen gymnasts

A four-year hiatus may have given some reason to believe Michelle DeHaan lost interest in Lowell gymnastics. The Lowell gymnastics coach, while not visible at all high school practices and meets, had her beam-like focus on the Red Arrow future. “I was working with our younger gymnasts at the lower levels as they competed at […]