Not Making the Playoffs May Be Good for the Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the first time in 24 seasons. The Red Wings have been a solid team in the NHL since the early 1990s, winning four Stanley Cups in that time.

Cuba Opens its Doors to Major League Baseball

On March 22, 2016, Cuba opened its doors to Major League Baseball, if only for one day. The Tampa Bay Rays took on Cuba’s National team in a game won by the Rays by a final of 4-1.

Playing for Two

Two men pose for a photo, smiling, wearing baseball uniforms.

Devon Smiley was a student at South Haven High School, which is located in western Michigan, about three hours away from Dearborn. He was the starting quarterback of the football team and played on the baseball and wrestling team.

Same Tiger New Stripes

Several Tiger players sit on stage

With the 2016 baseball season fast approaching, the Detroit Tigers are retooled and primed for a brand new season with new players in fold.

HFC Sends Four Wrestlers to Nationals

Two wrestlers crouch in ready position, a referee positioned next to them.

The Henry Ford wrestling team hosted their final tournament as a club wrestling team on Saturday, February 27. Wrestling will be moving up to the varsity level next season.

Calvin Johnson Expected To Retire

With the possible retirement of Calvin Johnson, the attention turns to his health, the team, and possibly a place in the Hall of Fame.

Hawks Softball Springs into Training

Team photo of the Hawks softball team.

As the 2016 softball season began, head coach, Julie Jones, and new assistant coach, Ted Dusman, scheduled mandatory practices four days per week.

Hawks Hoops Honor Cancer Survivors

Basketball going through a basketball net.

Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams participated in a ‘Pink Game’ on February 10.

Baseball Weather

A pitcher is midthrow from the pitcher's mound, while a coach looks on.

The Henry Ford baseball team is set to open their season on March 1st against Sinclair Community College (weather permitting).

Softball Team Gives To Alzheimer Research

It’s hard to imagine not being able to remember the most important people in your life, your daily routine, or even your own name. Unfortunately for almost 50% of elders in recent years, that terrible nightmare is a reality.


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