#494 Martians, #70 More Martians World Championship bound

Saginaw — On April 4-6, Goodrich FIRST Robotics teams #494 the Martians and #70 More Martians competed in the Michigan State Championship at Saginaw Valley State University. A total of 160 teams from around Michigan qualified for this tournament, to competed for the title of Michigan State Champion. Team 70 finished as the four seed […]

Powers Catholic tag Martian pitching for 10 runs en route to win

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Goodrich — On April 10, the Goodrich Martian Varsity Baseball team kept it close through four innings until giving up eight runs late falling to Powers Catholic High School 10-3 in a non league game at Goodrich. GHS #2 Carson Raether had a double and two RBIs; GHS #3 Gavin Dunn […]

Lady Martians continue to win behind strong pitching, grand slams

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Goodrich— The Goodrich Girls Varsity Softball team improved to 3-2-1 on April 9 for the 2024 season with a 3-0 win over the Montrose Rams behind a no-hitter and 19 strikeouts by GHS Jr. Jayden Gohns. GHS Ava Mazich was three for four; GHS Ayanna Jackson was two for four and […]

USAPLHS National Powerlifting

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Baton Rouge — From April 4-7, the Goodrich Girls Powerlifting team competed in the USAPL High School National powerlifting meet in Baton Rouge. La. On April 4, GHS “THE” Johnny Candiloro placed seventh in the men’s Junior Varsity 125K weight class. GHS Kyleigh Randall placed second in the JV 90K weight […]

Townships OK dispatch service agreements

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Brandon Twp. — Both Groveland and Brandon townships board of trustees recently approved three year Fire Dispatch Service Agreements with Oakland County. Similar to previous agreements, individual municipality costs will increase or decrease based on the average number of 911 calls over the last three years. And while the rate reflects […]

‘Look up,’ eclipse April 8

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Brandon Twp. — Mid-afternoon on April 8, the temperature will drop; birds will return to their nests and bees will seek their hives. “The crickets will also sound thinking it’s nighttime, the eclipse will trigger the cycles in animals to get into a routine at sundown,” said Dr. Dustin Scriven, a […]

Township road rage suspect bound over for trail

By Sharon Stone View Newspaper Group Groveland Twp. — Thomas Trim, 23, of Mt. Morris, waived his preliminary exam in Oakland County 52-2 District Court on March 19 and his case was subsequently bound over to Oakland County Circuit Court for a jury trial. He’s suspected of shooting at another vehicle in Groveland Township. He […]

Remembering former senator, Martian Mike Green

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Goodrich — A state senator, family man and Goodrich Martian. From one-of-66 graduates of the Goodrich Class of 1966 to eight years in county government to 14 years as a Michigan lawmaker, the life of Michael Green was honored on April 4 by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer who ordered the U.S. and […]

Goodrich Martians State Bound

By David Fleet 947-244-2647 dfleet@mihomepaper.com Troy — On March 28-29 at Troy Athens High School, 39 high school robotics teams from across Michigan competed for the FIM Troy District Event #2 Championship title. The alliance led by the top seeded Goodrich Martians Team #494 with their partners The Crew team #7769 from Royal Oak, and […]

Goodrich adds baseball hall of fame coach Ben Almasy to staff

By David Fleet dfleet@mihomepaper.com Goodrich — When the Goodrich Varsity Baseball team takes the diamond this spring a new veteran head coach will be at the helm. Ben Almasy, a 2021 Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee who tallied a career record of 592-163-4 over almost three decades will take over following the retirement of […]

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