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Lowell finishing strong after slow start

      It’s a difficult task for  a veteran club to still believe after an 0-8 start. Ratchet up the degree of difficulty when the roster is filled with young players. Young or old that’s the predicament Lowell’s baseball team found itself in to start the 2011 season. “Through all of it they held […]

Thad on Sports

It been hard to argue with the belief that when it comes to sports Lowell is all about football and wrestling. This 2011 spring season, however, may be shedding some light on some other candidates. Lowell boys’ lacrosse team won a conference title; the girls soccer team’s play has earned it recognition as one of […]

Okemos loss doesn’t overshadow lacrosse championship season

At 1-2 to start  O-K Conference play, the thought of a conference championship seemed remote. An 11-2 finish to the season positioned the Red Arrows (12-4, 5-2) for an opportunity at its first ever league championship in boys lacrosse. For that to happen Lowell would need to win its conference tournament and have Northview fail […]

Arrows double up Greenville

Lowell girls’ softball team ran its record to 22-7 with its sweep of a doubleheader over Greenville. The Red Arrows won the opener 7-0 behind the one hit, 13 strikeout performance of Morgan Groom. It was Groom, Kelly Wyckoff and Sarah Mogor who led the offensive barrage at the plate. They each rapped out  two […]

Hrusovsky, Watson, Kyllonen and Coffey all-conference; Lowell 4th in league meet

Lowell boys track team’s performance at the conference meet didn’t bring a conference championship, but for a struggling program it did offer some hope for what the future may hold. The Red Arrows placed fourth with 79 points behind East Grand Rapids, 95; Greenville, 130; and O-K White champion Grand Rapids Christian 213.5. “The boys […]

Lowell girls 4th in conference meet

Track’s regular season in the O-K White came to a close in Greenville as East Grand Rapids’ girls scored a conference championship. The Pioneers finished with 187.50 points, distancing themselves from the field. Greenville was second with 157 followed by Grand Rapids Christian, 154; Lowell, 61; Northview, 50.5; and Creston, 41. Red Arrow freshman Rachel […]

Lowell undefeated in TC Tourney

The method in which Lowell girls’ softball team earned victories during its stay in Traverse City varied, but the results were the same as the Red Arrows posted three victories en route to a Traverse City West Tournament championship. Lowell started the day with an 11-3 rout over the host.The Red Arrows gave up three […]

Tiger’s TPC withdrawal has us wincing about his ailing game

What was your reaction to Tiger Woods withdrawal from the Players Championship? To me it made sense for the once dominant Woods to withdrawal after a six-over 42 after nine holes. Soreness in the knee was a convenient excuse to fly the coop at the TPC. Tiger has never been about just playing a friendly […]

Groom blanks Jenison; Petroejle’s perfect

Timely hits and outstanding pitching continues to fuel Lowell’s strong softball effort. Morgan Groom continued her dominant pitching in a 2-0 shutout effort against Jenison. The Red Arrow hurler allowed seven hits while not walking a batter and striking out eight. Lowell’s only two hits  in the contest came in the fifth and sixth innings. […]

Pioneers clip Lowell linksters

The opportunity was there but Lowell’s golf game wasn’t quite able to meet the challenge. The Red Arrow boys’ golf team lost by seven strokes to East Grand Rapids, 173-180. “We had a chance, but came up a little short,” said Lowell golf coach Gary Fredline. “This team is struggling to find its collective game.” […]