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Georgia and her friend Winnie, who happens to live across the street with her boyfriend, went to New York last week for a class trip of sorts with the MFA photography folks at UGA. So Andrew, Winnie’s boyfriend, and I decided we would check out the Terrapin Twilight Criterium that was happening downtown. The Fuji […]
Concord finished their regular season with a 7-0 record in the Big Eight Conference. They put down the three time consecutive champs, Athens, in three games 25-11, 25-11 and 25-21.
Here is a smattering of images from this year’s MSU vs. UM game. Four years in a row the Spartans have put down the Wolverines.
Yesterday Leslie earned a 34-13 homecoming victory over Western. They also crowned their homecoming king and queen at halftime. Leslie’s Kyle Bryson pulls down a pass from quarter back Brendon Smith during the second quarter of Friday’s homecoming game against Western. Western’s Austin Maynard, right, broke up the pass so it was completed out of […]
We’re going on week five in Jackson of shooting prep football. I didn’t shoot last week’s game for the paper but instead a photo page I’m working on about what it’s like to be a student athlete in Jackson. Here is a smattering from the first few games I shot this year.
Delon Bouler of Jackson High School. Gus Pack of Lumen Christi High School. Joe Niehaus of Grass Lake High School. Josh Nastally of Michigan Center High School. Mark Wajda of Addison High School. Kyle Bryson of Leslie High School. JaVon Flowers of Vandercook Lake High School. Devin Jose of Manchester High School. Devin Jose of […]
An old friend of mine and his roving gang of mower buddies uncovered a velodrome in Dorias Park, between 8 Mile and Outer Drive on Mound, last year. They held a race their last year but i couldn’t attend. Georgia and I got to go this time around I think there are talks of some […]
Photos from the Jackson vs. Lumen Christi girls soccer game on Thursday, April 14.
Photos from Jackson’s 77-49 loss at home against Lansing Eastern Saturday. Lansing Eastern’s LaDontae Henton, a Mr. Basketball Candidate and Dayton University recruit, added 22 points and 20 rebounds to the victory.
Photos from Michigan Centers 41-34 victory over Napoleon Tuesday.