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1 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
That’s Just Good News! Episode 2, Week of Oct. 18, 2021
Riding to school ‘in style’ That’s today’s Good News!
5 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
The Daily BuZz!! Episode 2, Week of Oct. 18, 2021
Social media side effects. Pepsi-Jacks? And the annual ‘squishing of the squash.’ That’s what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin’ about today on The Daily BuZz!!
3 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
Cosy Sports Update-10/19/2021
MLB – Carter Hawkins joins Chicago Cubs as new general manager Carter Hawkins has been formally introduced as the Cubs’ new general manager, stepping into a position that had been open since Jed Hoyer was promoted to president of baseball operations almost a year ago. Hawkins comes to Chicago after 14 seasons with Cleveland, including the last five as an assistant general manager. He also supervised the team’s player development department. Hawkins says he is looking forward to helping the Cubs return to the playoffs. MLB – Major League Baseball – League Championship Series – Best of 7 Last Night Boston Red Sox 12, Houston Astros 3 (BOS leads 2-1) Red Sox 12, Astros 3 – Schwarber, Red Sox slam Astros 12-3, lead ALCS 2-1 Kyle Schwarber’s grand slam helped the Red Sox rout the Houston Astros 12-3 to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven AL Championship Series. One game after J.D. Martinez and Rafael Devers each hit a grand slam in Houston, Schwarber hit a second-inning 3-0 pitch out. Christian Arroyo homered in the third to give the wild-card Red Sox a 9-0 lead for the second game in a row. Martinez and Devers each homered again, and Kiké Hernández had two more hits for Boston. The Red Sox could advance to the World Series with win at Fenway Park in Games 4 and 5 on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tonight Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers, 5:08 p.m. (ATL leads 2-0) Houston Astros at Boston Red Sox, 8:08 p.m. (BOS leads 2-1) NFL – National Football League – Week 6 Last Night Tennessee Titans 34, Buffalo Bills 31 Titans 34, Bills 31 – Titans stop Allen on 4th down, hang on to beat Bills 34-31 Derrick Henry scored his third touchdown with 3:05 left, and the Tennessee Titans stopped Josh Allen on a fourth-down quarterback sneak in the final seconds to beat Buffalo 34-31. The Bills’ four-game winning streak was snapped. The AFC East leaders drove to the Titans 3 on their final possession and could have sent the game to overtime with a field goal, but instead went for the win, and didn’t execute. On fourth down, the rugged quarterback moved from the shotgun to take the snap from under center. Tennessee’s defensive line surged forward to meet Allen, whose legs went out from under him. NHL – National Hockey League Tonight Columbus Blue Jackets at Detroit Red Wings, 7:30 p.m. New York Islanders at Chicago Blackhawks, 8:00 p.m. NBA – National Basketball Association – 2021-22 Season Opener Tonight Brooklyn Nets at Milwaukee Bucks, 7:30 p.m. Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:00 p.m. NBA – NBA preview: Silver says he hopes Irving gets vaccinated Adam Silver, the basketball fan, would prefer to see Kyrie Irving on the court again with the Brooklyn Nets as soon as possible. Adam Silver, the NBA commissioner, would prefer to see Irving vaccinated. On the eve of the league’s 75th anniversary season, the third to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Silver said Monday that he hopes Irving — one of the few players in the league who has not yet chosen to be vaccinated — changes his mind before long and clears a path to get back on the floor with the Nets. NBA – NBA hires Danielle Scott, league’s 6th female full-time ref Danielle Scott has become the sixth NBA female referee. The daughter of college basketball officials was promoted Monday to the full-time NBA staff referee roster. She joins Lauren Holtkamp-Sterling, Ashley Moyer-Gleich, Simone Jelks, Natalie Sago and Jenna Schroeder. That’s the most female refs the NBA has ever had on staff at one time. Scott says she hopes the notion of female referees in the league no longer seems unusual. Kobe – LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam Los Angeles County is seeking to compel psychiatric evaluations for Kobe Bryant’s widow and others to determine if they truly suffered emotional distress after first responders took and shared graphic photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed the basketball star, his teenage daughter and seven others. Vanessa Bryant says in court papers she has suffered “severe emotional distress.” Kobe Bryant and the others were killed last year when the helicopter they were aboard crashed near Los Angeles. Federal safety officials blamed pilot error. Vanessa Bryant’s lawyers declined to comment Monday. Attorneys for Los Angeles County say the county has “great sympathy” for Bryant’s losses but called the suit a "money grab.” NCAAMBKB – Zags top preseason poll Gonzaga spent all of last season atop The Associated Press men’s basketball poll. That’s also where the Bulldogs will begin this season after receiving 55 of 63 first-place votes in the preseason poll released on Monday. The Zags lost AP All-Americans Corey Kispert and Jalen Suggs to the NBA, but second-team selection Drew Timme and starting guard Andrew Nembhard return. Second-ranked UCLA picked up the remaining eight first-place votes after being unranked at the end of the season. Third-ranked Kansas is followed by Villanova and Texas. Michigan, Purdue, Baylor, Duke and Kentucky round out the top 10. AP BASKETBALL TOP 25 1 Gonzaga (55) 0-0 2 UCLA (8) 0-0 3 Kansas 0-0 4 Villanova 0-0 5 Texas 0-0 6 Michigan 0-0 7 Purdue 0-0 8 Baylor 0-0 9 Duke 0-0 10 Kentucky 0-0 11 Illinois 0-0 12 Memphis 0-0 13 Oregon 0-0 14 Alabama 0-0 15 Houston 0-0 16 Arkansas 0-0 17 Ohio State 0-0 18 Tennessee 0-0 19 North Carolina 0-0 20 Florida State 0-0 21 Maryland 0-0 22 Auburn 0-0 23 St. Bonaventure 0-0 24 UConn 0-0 25 Virginia 0-0 NCAAMBKB – ESPN’s Dick Vitale discloses lymphoma diagnosis ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale has announced that he has been diagnosed with cancer for the second time this year. The Basketball Hall of Fame announcer says he has been diagnosed with lymphoma after undergoing tests. Vitale announced in August that he underwent multiple surgeries to remove melanoma. He was declared cancer-free at the time. Vitale says doctors told him the lymphoma diagnosis is unrelated. NCAAFB – Rolovich fired for refusing vaccine Nick Rolovich is out as head football coach at Washington State. A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that Rolovich has been fired for refusing a state mandate that all employees get vaccinated against COVID-19. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee had set a deadline of Monday for thousands of state employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or risk losing their jobs. Rolovich applied for a religious exemption. The 42-year-old Rolovich was the highest-paid state employee with an annual salary of more than $3 million. NCAAFB – Tennessee fined over fan actions The Southeastern Conference has fined Tennessee $250,000 for fans stopping the Vols’ game with Mississippi by throwing debris onto the field late in the game. The league office also announced Monday that Tennessee must meet other standards. Tennessee’s fine will be deducted from its share of SEC revenue. Every person identified from video throwing debris will be prohibited from attending a Tennessee athletics event for the rest of the 2021-22 academic and athletic year. Olympics – Protestors disrupt flame lighting for Beijing Winter Games Three activists protesting human rights abuses in China have sneaked into the archaeological site where the flame lighting ceremony for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics is being held and ran toward the Temple of Hera holding a Tibetan flag and a banner that read “No genocide games.” The protesters managed to enter the grounds and attempted to reach the area where the ceremony was being held. They were thrown to the ground by police and detained. The flame was lit at the Greek birthplace of the ancient Olympics under heavy police security. MCCAA – Junior College Athletics Tonight Women’s Volleyball Muskegon Community College at Lake Michigan College, 6:30 p.m. MHSAA – High School Sports Last Night Volleyball St. Joseph 3, Berrien Springs 0 Buchanan 3, New Buffalo 1 Decatur 3, Eau Claire 0 Lakeshore, Watervliet at Dowagiac Tri Meet Watervliet 2, Dowagiac 1 Watervliet 2, Lakeshore 1 Dowagiac 2, Lakeshore 1 Boys Soccer – District Semifinals Division 2 at Mattawan St. Joseph 8, Three Rivers 0 Mattawan 2, Lakeshore 1 – Shootout Division 2 at Allegan (at local sites) Zeeland West 4, Otsego 2 Holland 1, Zeeland East 0 Division 3 at Dowagiac (at local sites) Watervliet 8, Buchanan 0 Dowagiac 3, South Haven 0 Tonight Girls Swimming and Division Portage Central at St. Joseph, 6:00 p.m. Bridgman/Lakeshore at Kal. Central, 6:00 p.m. Mattawan at Kalamazoo Loy Norrix, 6:00 p.m. Volleyball Watervliet at Lawton, 6:30 p.m. Coloma at Saugatuck, 6:30 p.m. Otsego at Allegan, 6:00 p.m. Howardsville Chr. at Marcellus, 5:00 p.m. White Pigeon at Hartford, 7:00 p.m. Martin at Fennville, 6:30 p.m. Gobles at Schoolcraft, 6:30 p.m. Constantine at Parchment, 6:30 p.m. Delton-Kellogg at Galesburg-Augusta, 6:30 p.m. Kal. Hackett at Kal. Christian, 6:30 p.m. Boys Soccer – District Semifinals Division 1 at Okemos Okemos vs. Portage Northern, 5:00 p.m. East Lansing vs. Portage Central, 7:00 p.m. Division 2 at Gull Lake Eaton Rapids vs. Thornapple Kellogg, 5:00 p.m. Gull Lake vs. Hastings, 6:30 p.m. Division 2 at Coldwater Marshall vs. Sturgis, 5:00 p.m. Vicksburg vs. Coldwater, 7:15 p.m. Division 4 at New Buffalo Michigan Lutheran vs. Hartford, 5:00 p.m. Bridgman vs. Bangor, 7:00 p.m. Division 4 at Bloomingdale Saugatuck vs. Holland Black River, 5:00 p.m. Bloomingdale vs. Libertas Christian, 7:00 p.m. Division 4 at Kalamazoo Hackett Kalamazoo Hackett vs. Bellevue, 5:00 p.m. Kalamazoo Christian vs. Maple Valley, 7:00 p.m. MHSAA – High School Football Rankings Division 1 1. Rockford (4) (8-0) 49 2. Belleville (1) (7-1) 43 3. Saline (8-0) 39 4. Grand Blanc (8-0) 34 5. Rochester Adams (8-0) 32 6. West Bloomfield (7-1) 24 7. Clarkston (7-1) 20 8. Brownstown Woodhaven (8-0) 13 (tie) Romeo (7-1) 13 10. Hartland (7-1) 6 Others receiving votes: Ann Arbor Huron 1. Dearborn Fordson 1. Division 2 1. Warren De La Salle (5) (7-0) 50 2. South Lyon (8-0) 43 3. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central (7-1) 37 4. Traverse City Central (7-1) 36 5. Caledonia (7-1) 34 6. Muskegon Mona Shores (6-2) 24 7. Livonia Churchill (6-2) 15 8. Portage Central (6-2) 14 9. Temperance Bedford (6-2) 8 10. Bay City Western (6-2) 6 Others receiving votes: Dexter 3. East Lansing 2. Byron Center 2. Grosse Pointe South 1. Division 3 1. Detroit King (5) (7-1) 50 2. DeWitt (7-1) 44 3. Mount Pleasant (8-0) 41 4. Muskegon (7-1) 35 5. Riverview (8-0) 28 6. River Rouge (5-2) 27 7. Cedar Springs (6-2) 13 8. Zeeland West (6-2) 11 9. Gibraltar Carlson (7-1) 6 10. Haslett (6-2) 5 Others receiving votes: Allen Park 4. Mason 4. Harper Woods 3. Marquette 3. Warren Fitzgerald 1. Division 4 1. Chelsea (4) (8-0) 49 2. Edwardsburg (1) (8-0) 44 3. Hudsonville Unity Christian (8-0) 42 4. Whitehall (7-1) 34 5. Croswell-Lexington (7-1) 28 6. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep (7-1) 22 7. Vicksburg (7-1) 19 8. Cadillac (6-2) 12 9. Lake Fenton (7-1) 10 10. Freeland (7-1) 9 Others receiving votes: Spring Lake 5. Livonia Clarenceville 1. Division 5 1. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (5) (8-0) 50 2. Frankenmuth (8-0) 45 3. Kingsley (8-0) 38 4. Marine City (8-0) 35 5. Grand Rapids West Catholic (7-1) 27 6. Berrien Springs (8-0) 26 7. Comstock Park (8-0) 17 8. Gladwin (8-0) 16 9. Portland (6-2) 10 10. Muskegon Oakridge (7-1) 9 Others receiving votes: Olivet 1. Armada 1. Division 6 1. Lansing Catholic (5) (8-0) 50 2. Constantine (8-0) 45 3. Millington (8-0) 40 4. Jonesville (8-0) 34 5. Reed City (7-1) 30 6. Negaunee (7-1) 25 7. Boyne City (7-1) 16 8. Michigan Center (7-1) 15 9. Standish-Sterling (7-1) 12 10. Montague (6-2) 5 Others receiving votes: Ida 3. Division 7 1. Traverse City St. Francis (5) (8-0) 50 2. Pewamo-Westphalia (8-0) 45 3. Jackson Lumen Christi (7-1) 36 4. Lawton (8-0) 34 5. Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central (7-1) 32 6. Muskegon Catholic Central (7-1) 24 7. Reese (7-1) 18 8. Ishpeming Westwood (7-1) 11 9. Detroit Central (8-0) 9 10. Bad Axe (7-1) 6 (tie) Madison Heights Bishop Foley (7-1) 6 Others receiving votes: Evart 2. Detroit Loyola 1. Elkton-Pigeon Bay Port Laker 1. Division 8 1. Hudson (5) (8-0) 50 2. Addison (8-0) 44 3. Ottawa Lake Whiteford (7-1) 41 4. Ubly (8-0) 34 5. Beal City (7-1) 28 6. Clarkston Everest Catholic (7-1) 22 7. White Pigeon (7-1) 17 8. Breckenridge (6-2) 14 9. Carson City-Crystal (7-1) 11 10. Centreville (6-2) 10 Others receiving votes: Sand Creek 4. 8-Man 1. Powers North Central (4) (8-0) 67 2. Adrian Lenawee Christian (2) (8-0) 60 3. Portland St Patrick (1) (8-0) 56 4. Suttons Bay (8-0) 47 5. Morrice (8-0) 37 6. Martin (8-0) 33 7. Pickford (7-1) 27 8. Britton-Deerfield (8-0) 21 9. Au Gres-Sims (8-0) 12 10. North Huron (8-0) 6 Others receiving votes: Marion 5. Deckerville 3. Indian River-Inland Lakes 3. Colon 3. Munising 2. Rogers City 1. Crystal Falls Forest Park 1. 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2 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
SuperHits 103.7 “Cares for We Care” Podcast
Erika Morrision tells us that the We Care Community Resource center is preparing for Christmas! Details to help and to get help here! And have you ever considered leaving legacy funds?
1 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
That’s Just Good News! Episode 1, Week of Oct. 18, 2021
Changing the world a dollar at a time. That’s today’s Good News!
5 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
The Daily BuZz!! Episode 1, Week of Oct. 18, 2021
Beer and Blue. Low-rise jeans are making a comeback. And get ‘jabbed’ for the holidays. That’s what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin’ about today on The Daily BuZz!!
3 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Cosy Sports Update-10/18/2021
NFL – National Football League – Week 6 Last Night Cincinnati Bengals 34, Detroit Lions 11 Green Bay Packers 24, Chicago Bears 14 Indianapolis Colts 31, Houston Texans 3 Bengals 34, Lions 11 – Joe Burrow throws 3 TDs as Bengals rout Lions 34-11 Joe Burrow tied a career high with three touchdown passes, helping the Cincinnati Bengals rout the Detroit Lions 34-11 Sunday. The Bengals already have four wins to equal last year’s total and to double their victories from 2019 during coach Zac Taylor’s debut season. Detroit is the NFL’s only winless team. The Lions could not rally as they did in closely contested setbacks against San Francisco, Baltimore and Minnesota. They failed to score until Austin Seibert made a 35-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter. Packers 24, Bears 14 – Rodgers throws 2 TDs, runs for 1 as Packers beat Bears 24-14 Aaron Rodgers threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, leading the Green Bay Packers to a 24-14 victory over the Chicago Bears. The Packers (5-1) beat the Bears (3-3) for the 20th time in 23 games counting the playoffs and improved to 22-5 with Rodgers as the starter against Chicago. They also prevented Chicago from tying them for the NFC North lead. Rodgers shook off a sluggish start, throwing a 1-yard touchdown to Allen Lazard in the second quarter and a 12-yarder to Aaron Jones in the third. Rodgers put the Bears away after Justin Fields threw a 5-yard touchdown to Darnell Mooney as he scored from the 6 to cap a 75-yard drive. Colts 31, Texans 3 – Indianapolis gets in sync with 31-3 victory over Houston Carson Wentz threw two touchdown passes and Jonathan Taylor ran for another score for the Colts in a 31-3 dismantling of the Texans. Wentz threw a 28-yard TD pass to Mo Alie-Cox for a advantage in 17-3 third-quarter. The Colts have followed an 1-3 start with consecutive wins, and Houston has dropped five in a row since a season-opening win. Other NFL Scores Tampa Bay 28, Philadelphia 22 Jacksonville 23, Miami 20 Baltimore 34, L.A. Chargers 6 Kansas City 31, Washington 13 L.A. Rams 38, N.Y. Giants 11 Minnesota 34, Carolina 28, OT Arizona 37, Cleveland 14 Dallas 35, New England 29, OT Las Vegas 34, Denver 24 Pittsburgh 23, Seattle 20, OT Bye N.Y. Jets, Atlanta, New Orleans, San Francisco Tonight Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans, 8:15 p.m. WNBA – Women’s National Basketball Association Finals – Best of 5 Yesterday Chicago Sky 80, Phoenix Mercury 74 (CHI wins 3-1) Sky 80, Mercury 74 – Chicago wins first WNBA title with 80-74 win over Phoenix Allie Quigley scored 26 points and Candace Parker added 16 points, 13 rebounds and five assists to help Chicago win its first WNBA championship with a 80-74 victory over the Phoenix Mercury. Courtney Vandersloot added 10 points and 15 assists for the Sky, who won the series 3-1, rallying from a 72-65 deficit with 4:42 left. Chicago scored the next nine points to take a two-point lead on Stefanie Dolson’s layup. She added another basket to make it 76-72 with 45.8 seconds left. Vandersloot then scored in the lane to seal the win setting off the celebration. As the final buzzer sounded, Parker sprinted to the corner of the court and hugged her family with tears in her eyes. MLB – Major League Baseball – League Championship Series – Best of 7 Last Night Atlanta Braves 5, Los Angeles Dodgers 4 (ATL leads 2-0) Braves 5, Dodgers 4 – Late-night magic: Braves beat Dodgers 5-4, lead NLCS 2-0 The Braves won with a walk-off hit for the second night in a row when Eddie Rosario lined a two-out single off shortstop Corey Seager’s glove, giving Atlanta a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Braves lead the NL Championship Series two games to none. Atlanta twice rallied from two-run deficits before Rosario came up with his fourth hit of the game, a 105 mph scorcher up the middle on the first pitch after closer Kenley Jansen reliever. Seager tried for a backhand snag, and the ball skidded off his glove into center field. Tonight Houston Astros at Boston Red Sox, 8:08 p.m. (Series tied 1-1) NCAAFB – College Football – Week 7 Saturday (10) Michigan State 20, Indiana 15 Ball State 38, Eastern Michigan 31 Central Michigan 26, Toledo 23 – OT Western Michigan 64, Kent State 31 (8) Michigan (Bye) (14) Notre Dame (Bye) NCAAFB – Cincinnati up to No. 2; Purdue snaps poll drought Cincinnati has moved up to No. 2 behind Georgia in The Associated Press college football poll for the best ranking for a team from outside the traditional power conferences since 2010. The Bulldogs remained a unanimous No. 1 with 63 first-place votes in the AP Top 25 presented by Regions Bank. The Bearcats inched up a spot, taking advantage of Iowa’s loss to Purdue. The Hawkeyes dropped nine places to No. 11. The Boilermakers moved into the rankings at No. 25, snapping the longest current AP poll drought for a Power Five school. Purdue was last ranked in 2007. No. 24 Texas-San Antonio is ranked for the first time in the history of the program. Oklahoma is No. 3, followed by Alabama and Ohio State. AP TOP 25 1 Georgia (63) 7-0 2 Cincinnati 6-0 3 Oklahoma 7-0 4 Alabama 6-1 5 Ohio State 5-1 6 Michigan 6-0 7 Penn State 5-1 8 Oklahoma State 6-0 9 Michigan State 7-0 10 Oregon 5-1 11 Iowa 6-1 12 Ole Miss 5-1 13 Notre Dame 5-1 14 Coastal Carolina 6-0 15 Kentucky 6-1 16 Wake Forest 6-0 17 Texas A&M 5-2 18 NC State 5-1 19 Auburn 5-2 20 Baylor 6-1 21 SMU 6-0 22 San Diego State 6-0 23 Pittsburgh 5-1 24 UTSA 7-0 25 Purdue 4-2 NCAAFB – LSU, football coach Ed Orgeron to part ways at end of season LSU and coach Ed Orgeron have agreed to part ways after this season. The move announced by athletic director Scott Woodward on Sunday night comes 21 months after Orgeron led the Tigers to a national championship with what is considered one of the greatest teams in college football history. The announcement surprisingly comes the day after the Tigers upset Florida. But the end for Coach O at LSU seemed to be approaching after a blowout loss last week to Kentucky. Orgeron is 49-17 with the Tigers, including 15-0 in 2019 when Joe Burrow won a Heisman Trophy and LSU its third national championship since 2003. NASCAR – Larson reaches semifinals Kyle Larson claimed the first of four championship-contending spots in NASCAR’s season finale with a dominating victory at Texas. Larson led 256 of 334 laps at the 1 1/2-mile track and got his eighth win this season, staying in front through seven restarts in the final stage. Three of those restarts came after incidents involving playoff contenders Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. in the final 34 laps. The seven remaining playoff contenders leave Texas with two more chances to get into the championship four. Ryan Blaney, Hamlin and Kyle Busch are above the cutline going to Kansas next weekend. MILB – MLB to require housing for some minor leaguers in 2022 Major League Baseball says its owners have agreed to begin providing housing to certain minor league players beginning in the 2022 season. ESPN, citing anonymous sources, first reported Sunday on the owners’ decision, saying the league would require teams to provide housing either via stipends to fully cover housing or by arranging the lodging themselves. The league did not specify which players would be covered by the new policy. The move is expected to ease the burden on players, some of whom have incomes from teams that fall below the federal poverty line of $12,880 for individuals. Olympics – Weather, protest cloud Beijing flame-lighting rehearsal Cloudy weather has disrupted the dress rehearsal for the Beijing Winter Olympics flame-lighting ceremony at the birthplace of the ancient Games in Greece. And earlier Sunday, two protesters were detained on the Acropolis in Athens trying to raise a banner to draw attention to human-rights abuses in China. Health measures for the second pandemic flame-lighting at Ancient Olympia, in the southern Peloponnese region, mean that much of the normal pageantry is being trimmed back. There will be no spectators at Monday’s ceremony, and only three runners will take part in a symbolic relay that would normally have lasted days. The flame will be handed to Beijing officials in Athens on Tuesday. MHSAA – High School Sports Last Night Volleyball St. Joseph at Berrien Springs, 6:30 p.m. Benton Harbor at Countryside Academy, 5:00 p.m. Watervliet at Dowagiac, 5:00 p.m. New Buffalo at Buchanan, 6:00 p.m. Eau Claire at Decatur, 6:30 p.m. Watervliet Grace Christian at Lawrence, 6:00 p.m. Boys Soccer – District Semifinals Division 1 at Okemos Okemos vs. Portage Northern, 5:00 p.m. East Lansing vs. Portage Central, 7:00 p.m. Division 2 at Mattawan St. Joseph vs. Three Rivers, 5:00 p.m. Mattawan vs. Lakeshore, 7:00 p.m. Division 2 at Coldwater Marshall vs. Sturgis, 5:00 p.m. Vicksburg vs. Coldwater, 7:15 p.m. Division 2 at Allegan (at local sites) Otsego at Zeeland West, 5:00 p.m. Zeeland East at Holland, 6:00 p.m. Division 2 at Gull Lake Eaton Rapids vs. Middleville-Thornapple Kellogg, 5:00 p.m. Gull Lake vs. Hastings, 6:30 p.m. Division 3 at Dowagiac (at local sites) Buchanan at Watervliet, 5:00 p.m. South Haven at Dowagiac, 5:00 p.m. Division 4 at New Buffalo Michigan Lutheran vs. Hartford, 5:00 p.m. Bridgman vs. Bangor, 7:00 p.m. Division 4 at Bloomingdale Saugatuck vs. Holland Black River, 5:00 p.m. Bloomingdale vs. Hudsonville Libertas Christian, 7:00 p.m. Division 4 at Lawton Cassopolis vs. Kalamazoo Heritage Christian, 5:00 p.m. Lawton vs. Schoolcraft, 7:00 p.m. Division 4 at Kalamazoo Hackett Kalamazoo Hackett vs. Bellevue, 5:00 p.m. Kalamazoo Christian vs. Vermontville Maple Valley, 7:00 p.m.
2 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
“Places to Go, Things to Do” Podcast for Fri. Oct. 15, 2021
The Great Pumpkin search, Arts and Eats and Spooky movies at the drive-in! Courtney Sheffer from the West Michigan Tourist Association has all the details!
2 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
SuperHits 103.7/Al-Van “Pet-Link” for Fri. Oct. 15, 2021
Today Rene Rush from Al-Van introduces us to “Diesel the Dog!” See Diesel here: wcsy.com/pet-link
5 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
The Daily BuZz!! Episode 5, Week of Oct. 11, 2021
A rude awakening! An outrageous gender reveal stunt. And getting paid to watch the Simpsons?! That’s what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin’ about today on The Daily BuZz!!
29 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
“The Breakfast Club” Podcast for Fri. Oct. 15, 2021
Another segment on our series on ‘Wellness before the holiday season’ as today, Kelly Ellis from Water’s Edge Counseling service joins Teresa R. Getman, Rosalie Plechaty and Paul Layendecker. (Parents will ESPECIALLY BENEFIT from this segment) Watersedgecounselingservices.com 269-872-3498.
3 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
Cosy Sports Update-10/15/2021
NHL – National Hockey League – Season Opener Last Night Tampa Bay Lightning 7, Detroit Red Wings 6 – OT Lightning 7, Red Wings 6 – OT – Palat scores, lifts Lightning to 7-6 OT win over Red Wings Ondrej Palat scored with 2:17 left in overtime, lifting the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 7-6 comeback win over the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night. Tyler Bertuzzi scored a career-high four goals to help the Red Wings take a three-goal lead three times. Tampa Bay rallied in the third period when Ross Colton, Nikita Kucherov and Alex Killorn scored in a four-minute span to make it 6-all. The two-time defending Stanley Cup champions were routed 6-2 in their opener by Pittsburgh and avoided opening a season with two losses for the first time since 2009. Tonight Chicago Blackhawks at New Jersey Devils, 7:00 p.m. NFL – National Football League – Week 6 Last Night Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28, Philadelphia Eagles 22 Buccaneers 28, Eagles 22 – Tom Brady throws 2 TD passes, Buccaneers beat Eagles 28-22 Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes, Leonard Fournette ran for two scores and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Philadelphia Eagles 28-22 on Thursday night. The defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers (5-1) lost another cornerback when three-time All-Pro Richard Sherman left in the first quarter with a hamstring injury but their depleted defense held on after Jalen Hurts rallied the Eagles from a 28-7 deficit. Playing with an injured thumb, Brady came out firing. The 44-year-old, seven-time Super Bowl champion tossed TDs on Tampa’s first two drives while going 11 for 12 for 121 yards. Sunday Cincinnati Bengals at Detroit Lions, 1:00 p.m. Rock 107 WIRX 11:00 Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears, 1:00 p.m. Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts, 1:00 p.m. NFL – Bengals, Lions aim to bounce back after losing on late kicks The Detroit Lions and Cincinnati Bengals have been on the wrong side of NFL history so far this season. The Lions became the first team to lose two games in the same season on game-winning kicks of 50-plus yards with no time left on the clock, and they did it in a three-week span. The Bengals were part of the first game that was marred by three potential winning field goals that failed to split the uprights in the fourth quarter or overtime. Both teams get a chance to bounce back Sunday at Ford Field. NFL – Bears eye share of NFC North lead with Rodgers, Packers The Chicago Bears have a chance to grab a share of the NFC North lead when they host Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. It’s an opportunity that would have been tough to envision a few weeks ago. The Bears hit a low point with a 26-6 loss at Cleveland. They managed just 47 yards for one of the lowest totals in NFL history. They bounced back by beating the Detroit Lions and Las Vegas Raiders. But wins over the Packers have been few and far between. Green Bay has won 19 of the past 22 meetings counting the playoffs. And the Packers are 21-5 against the Bears in games Rodgers has started. NFL – Bears place running back Damien Williams on COVID-19 list The Chicago Bears have placed running back Damien Williams on the reserve/COVID-19 list, putting his status for their game against the Green Bay Packers in question. The Bears are already missing their leading rusher with David Montgomery on injured reserve because of a sprained knee. Williams is second on the team with 137 yards and two touchdowns. He ran for 64 yards last week, helping the Bears win at Las Vegas. MLB – Major League Baseball – 2021 Playoffs Last Night National League Division Series – Best of 5 Los Angeles Dodgers 2, San Francisco Giants 1 (LAD wins 3-2) Dodgers 2, Giants 1 – Dodgers beat Giants 2-1 in playoff thriller, advance to NLCS Cody Bellinger hit a tiebreaking single in the ninth inning and prized midseason acquisition Max Scherzer came out of the bullpen for his first career save, sending the Los Angeles Dodgers past the San Francisco Giants 2-1 in a thrilling winner-take-all Game 5 and into the NL Championship Series. Bellinger’s big hit came after a 3-for-14 showing this postseason and capped a scintillating NL Division Series it seemed nobody wanted to see end given the talent and win totals involved in the latest exciting chapter of this storied rivalry. Mookie Betts had a postseason career-high four hits and will lead the next step in LA’s championship defense at Atlanta for Game 1 of the NLCS on Saturday. Tonight American League Championship Series – Best of 7 Boston Red Sox at Houston Astros, 8:07 p.m. MLB – White Sox star Anderson says he wants La Russa to return Chicago White Sox star Tim Anderson made his feelings clear about manager Tony La Russa. He wants the Hall of Famer to return for another season in Chicago. Anderson says “he did a great job.” La Russa’s future is a bit of a question mark after the White Sox were eliminated Tuesday by Houston in Game 4 of the AL Division Series. He said afterward it’s up to management first and then the players. If they want him back, he says then “you check and see whether you got the desire to continue to manage, so I do.” Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf lured La Russa to Chicago for a second stint with the franchise that gave him his first major league managing job, hoping the three-time World Series winner could lead a team stacked with stars to a deep October run. MLB – Cardinals fire Shildt over ‘philosophical differences’ The St. Louis Cardinals have fired manager Mike Shildt, one week after the team lost to the Dodgers in the NL wild-card game. Cardinals president John Mozeliak said the firing was “something that popped up recently,” but he refused to expand on what he called “philosophical differences” between Shildt, the coaching staff and the front office. The Redbirds went on a team-record, 17-game winning streak last month and made the postseason with 90 victories. They were 252-199 after Shildt took over for manager Mike Matheny during the 2018, winning the NL Central in 2019 and reaching the playoffs the last three seasons. NCAAFB – College Football – Week 7 Saturday (10) Michigan State at Indiana, 12:00 p.m. Superhits 103.7 Cosy-FM 10:30 Ball State at Eastern Michigan, 2:00 p.m. Toledo at Central Michigan, 3:30 p.m. Kent State at Western Michigan, 3:30 p.m. (8) Michigan (Bye) (14) Notre Dame (Bye) NCAAFB – No. 10 Spartans visit Indiana as title hopes take shape No. 10 Michigan State is undefeated through six games for the first time since 2015. The Spartans think they can keep that perfect record intact when they visit Indiana on Saturday. Containing Kenneth Walker, the nation’s top rusher, will be a primary focus for the Hoosiers defense. But Indiana coach Tom Allen isn’t saying whether injured quarterback Michael Penix Jr. or backup Jack Tuttle will get the start. WNBA – Women’s National Basketball Association Finals – Best of 5 Last Night Phoenix Mercury at Chicago Sky, 9:00 p.m. (Series tied 1-1) NBA – National Basketball Association Preseason Tonight Philadelphia 76ers at Detroit Pistons, 7:00 p.m. Cleveland Cavaliers at Indiana Pacers, 7:00 p.m. Memphis Grizzlies at Chicago Bulls, 8:00 p.m. NCAAWBKB – NCAA close to expanding women’s field to 68 teams The NCAA women’s basketball tournament is close to expanding its field to 68 teams. Both the Division I women’s basketball committee and the oversight committee unanimously voted to approve a proposal to add four teams to the NCAA Tournament starting this season. The proposal will now advance for consideration by governance committees. A final determination is expected by the middle of next month. The expansion of teams was one of the recommendations stemming from an external review of gender equity issues of the tournaments. The report released in August was sparked by outrage at the disparities between amenities at the two tourneys, including weight rooms and other features. NJCAA – Junior College Sports Tonight Women’s Soccer (16) Schoolcraft College at Lake Michigan College, 2:00 p.m. Men’s Soccer (20) Schoolcraft College at Lake Michigan College, 4:00 p.m. MHSAA – High School Sports Last Night Volleyball Brandywine 3, Lake Michigan Catholic 1 Sturgis 3, Allegan 0 Dowagiac 3, Edwardsburg 2 Niles 3, Otsego 0 Vicksburg 3, Paw Paw 0 Three Rivers 3, Plainwell 0 Watervliet 3, Kalamazoo Hackett 0 Cross Country Dowagiac Rock N’ Run Boys score 1. Berrien Springs 50 2. St. Joseph 56 3. Paw Paw 83 4. Lakeshore 102 5. Bridgman 102 6. South Haven 118 7. Decatur 197 8. White Pigeon 232 Girls score 1. St. Joseph 23 2. Lakeshore 70 3. Bridgman 97 4. Buchanan 104 5. Niles 107 6. Paw Paw 109 7. Berrien Springs 197 8. Decatur 239 Boys Soccer – Districts Division 1 at Okemos (Round 1 at local sites) Portage Central 2, Battle Creek Lakeview 1 Portage Northern 2, Lansing Everett 0 Okemos 8, Kalamazoo Loy Norrix 0 Division 2 at Allegan (Round 1 at local sites) Holland 4, Hamilton 0 Zeeland West 3, Wayland 2 Division 2 at Mattawan (Round 1 at local sites) Lakeshore 8, Niles 0 Mattawan 7, Paw Paw 0 Three Rivers 4, Edwardsburg 0 Division 2 at Gull Lake (Round 1 at local sites) Middleville Thornapple Kellogg 8, Charlotte 0 Hastings 3, Battle Creek Central 2 Division 2 at Coldwater (Round 1 at local sites) Vicksburg 8, Jackson Northwest 0 Division 3 at Fennville (Round 1 at local sites) Unity Christian 2, GR West Catholic 1 Division 3 at Delton-Kellogg (Round 1 at local sites) Parchment 3, Constantine 1 Hillsdale 8, Jonesville 0 Division 4 at New Buffalo (Round 1 at local sites) Bridgman 1, New Buffalo 0 (OT) Michigan Lutheran 6, Lake Michigan Catholic 1 Division 4 at Lawton (Round 1 at local sites) Kalamazoo Heritage 8, Lawrence 0 Lawton 3, Howardsville Christian 2 (OT) MHSAA – High School Sports Tonight Boys Soccer Districts Division 3 at Dowagiac (1st round at local sites) Coloma at Watervliet, 7:00 p.m. Football – All games start at 7:00 unless posted otherwise SMAC Lakeshore (6-1) at Battle Creek Central (4-3) 97.5 Y-Country 6:40 Portage Central (5-2) at Battle Creek Central (3-4) Kalamazoo Central (2-5) at Mattawan (2-5) Non-Conference St. Joseph (5-2) at Chelsea (7-0) News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM 6:35 Benton Harbor (2-5) at Buchanan (2-5) South Haven (6-2) 1, Comstock (3-5) 0 (Comstock forfeits) Holt (5-2) at Portage Northern (2-5) Adrian (2-5) at Sturgis (2-5) Cassopolis (5-3) 1, Lakeview 0 (Lakeview forfeits) (Note: not Battle Creek Lakeview) Centreville (6-1) at Muskegon Catholic Central (6-1) Decatur (3-4) at Parchment (4-3) White Pigeon (6-1) at White Cloud (4-3) Delton-Kellogg (4-2) at Allegan (2-5) Gull Lake (3-4) at Kalamazoo Loy Norrix (0-7) Wolverine Dowagiac (0-7) at Edwardsburg (7-0) Otsego (1-6) at Niles (3-4) Three Rivers (4-3) at Plainwell (5-2) Paw Paw (5-2) at Vicksburg (6-1) BCS Berrien Springs (7-0) at Brandywine (3-4) SAC Watervliet (5-3) 1, Coloma (0-8) 0 (Coloma forfeits) Kalamazoo United (5-2) at Constantine (7-0) Saugatuck (4-3) at Galesburg-Augusta (0-7) Schoolcraft (2-4) at Lawton (7-0) 8-Man Football Eau Claire (2-5) at Twin Cities Sharks (0-7) Red Arrow Raiders (3-4) at Bloomingdale (1-6) Blanchard-Montabella (4-3) at Fennville (3-4) Bridgman (8-0) 1, Lawrence (6-2) 0 (Lawrence forfeits) Marcellus (4-3) at Martin (7-0) Gobles (3-4) at Mendon (5-2) Saturday Non-Conference Hartford (0-7) at Kent City (4-2), 1:00 p.m.
5 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
The Daily BuZz!! Episode 4, Week of Oct. 11, 2021
Candy Corn Brats? The MASSIVE Pumkin this year and a record “Pub Crawl.” That’s what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin’ about today on The Daily BuZz!!
1 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
That’s Just Good News! Episode 4, Week of Oct. 11, 2021
A Nurse spends her days off brushing and braiding patient’s hair. That’s Just Good News today.
2 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Cosy Sports Update-10/14/2021
NHL – National Hockey League – Season Opener Last Night Colorado Avalanche 4, Chicago Blackhawks 2 Avalanche 4, Blackhawks 2 – Byram gets first NHL goal, Avalanche beat Blackhawks 4-2 Bowen Byram scored his first NHL goal and added an assist to lead the short-handed Colorado Avalanche to a 4-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. Nazem Kadri and Gabriel Landeskog each had a goal and an assist for Colorado, which played without star center Nathan MacKinnon and head coach Jared Bednar. Both are in the COVID-19 protocol and away from the team. Assistant coaches Ray Bennett and Nolan Pratt led the team. Darcy Kuemper stopped 32 shots in his Avalanche debut and Jack Johnson added a goal. Kuemper, acquired from Arizona in the offseason, wasn’t tested early but made two big saves on Kirby Dach in the second period. Dach had a breakaway at 12:02, but Kuemper closed the pads on his shot. Minutes later, he had another wide-open chance from the left circle that Kuemper stopped. Tonight Tampa Bay Lightning at Detroit Red Wings, 7:30 p.m. NFL – National Football League – Week 6 Tonight Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Philadelphia Eagles, 8:20 p.m. NFL – Lions coach Campbell says Ragnow feels guilty about surgery Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell says center Frank Ragnow feels guilty about having season-ending toe surgery. Campbell says Wednesday that the surgery went well, adding Ragnow does not need to feel bad about doing the right thing for his long-term future. Ragnow was hurt earlier this month at Chicago and went on injured reserve last week. Center Evan Brown made his first career start in Sunday’s loss at Minnesota. The Lions signed Ragnow to a $54 million, four-year extension in May that keeps him under contract through the 2026 season. The Lions host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. NFL – Fields understands rivalries going into game against Packers Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields is getting his first taste of the rivalry against the Green Bay Packers, a lopsided one since Aaron Rodgers became a starter, and it’s not a new situation for him considering Fields played in the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry. Fields’ passing numbers haven’t been up to the kind his counterpart has put up, but he said he’s more interested in getting the win than statistics as the Bears try to end a four-game Green Bay winning streak in the series. MLB – Major League Baseball – Division Series – (Best of 5) Tonight Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants, 9:07 p.m. (Series tied 2-2) MLB – After another early exit, White Sox shift focus to future The Chicago White Sox are shifting focus toward next season after they were eliminated in convincing fashion by Houston in an AL Division Series. Another early exit wasn’t what they envisioned. The White Sox thought they were in position to make a run in October with stars like José Abreu and Tim Anderson and Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa back for a second stint. Chicago ran away with the AL Central, only to get pushed around by the Astros. Abreu says the White Sox “did our best" and Houston was “better.” MLB – Playoff series for the ages as Dodgers, Giants go to Game 5 Everybody expected a playoff series for the ages between the century-old rival Dodgers and Giants, and now they’ve got it. Anything less than a winner-take-all Game 5 would have been a baseball travesty, leaving the sport short-changed on the October stage. It’s the 107-win, NL West champion Giants vs. the defending World Series champ Los Angeles Dodgers for a place in the NL Championship Series against Atlanta starting Saturday night. It all comes down to Game 5 on Thursday night, back at the San Francisco’s Oracle Park after the Dodgers staved off elimination with a 7-2 victory at home Tuesday night. WNBA – Women’s National Basketball Association Finals – Best of 5 Last Night Phoenix Mercury 91, Chicago Sky 86 – OT (Series tied 1-1) Mercury 91, Sky 86 – OT – Mercury even WNBA Finals with 91-86 overtime win over Sky Brittney Griner dunked while scoring 29 points, Diana Taurasi had eight of her 20 points in overtime and Phoenix Mercury evened the WNBA Finals with a 91-86 win over the Chicago Sky. Griner kept the Mercury within reach of Chicago during a sluggish start and brought the Phoenix Suns players sitting courtside to their feet with her second career playoff dunk in the first quarter. She scored on a turnaround jump to help give Phoenix a late four-point lead in regulation, but just missed blocking Courtney Vandersloot’s tying layup with 4.4 seconds left. Taurasi opened overtime with a four-point play and added a 3-pointer that put Phoenix up 89-86 with 1:24 left. Skylar Diggins-Smith, who had 13 points and 12 assists, sealed it on a layup with 12.8 seconds left. NBA – National Basketball Association Preseason Last Night New York Knicks 108, Detroit Pistons 100 Indiana Pacers 109, Memphis Grizzlies 107 NBA – Irving: Refusal to get vaccinated about ‘what’s best for me’ Kyrie Irving says he doesn’tt want to lose salary or a chance to compete for a championship with the Brooklyn Nets, but was doing “what’s best for me” by refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The Nets decided Tuesday that Irving wouldn’t be with the team because he isn’t eligible to play in home games, where a New York mandate requires professional athletes playing for one of the city’s teams to be vaccinated to practice or play in public venues. Speaking on Instagram Live, Irving said he loved basketball and wasn’t going to retire and understood the consequences of his decision. FIFA – Weah, Dest spark US to 2-1 win over Costa Rica in qualifier Tim Weah’s shot for the go-ahead goal deflected off the near post and then off backup goalkeeper Leonel Moreiera in the 66th minute after Sergiño Dest started the comeback from a first-minute deficit, and the United States rallied to beat Costa Rica 2-1 to ease pressure as World Cup qualifying neared the halfway point. Goalkeeper Zack Steffen, one of nine new starters inserted by coach Gregg Berhalter following Sunday’s dismal 1-0 loss at Panama, made a costly headed clearance that led to Keysher Fuller’s goal 60 seconds in. Dest tied it in the 25th minute when he curled a shot past Keylor Navas. NJCAA – Junior College Sports Last Night Women’s Soccer Jackson College 1, Lake Michigan College 0 Women’s Volleyball Jackson College 5, Lake Michigan College 0 Tonight Women’s Volleyball Lake Michigan College at Glen Oaks Community College, 6:30 p.m. Women’s Basketball Lake Michigan College at IU-South Bend, 6:00 p.m. MHSAA – High School Sports Last Night Girls Volleyball St. Joseph 3, Kalamazoo Central 0 Michigan Lutheran 3, Eau Claire 0 Boys Soccer – Districts Division 1 at Okemos (Round 1 at local sites) Grand Ledge 3, Kalamazoo Central 2 – Shootout East Lansing 4, Holt 3 Division 2 at Allegan (Round 1 at local sites) Zeeland East 2, Allegan 0 Otsego 1, Plainwell 0 – 2 OT Division 2 at Gull Lake (Round 1 at local sites) Eaton Rapids 2, Battle Creek Pennfield 0 Division 2 at Coldwater (Round 1 at local sites) Sturgis 3, Harper Creek 2 Coldwater 4, Parma Western 3 Division 3 at Dowagiac (Round 1 at local sites) Buchanan 4, Brandywine 0 South Haven 7, Berrien Springs 0 Division 3 at Fennville (Round 1 at local sites) G.R. Covenant Christian 2, Hopkins 0 Wyoming Lee 2, Fennville 1 Division 3 at Delton-Kellogg (Round 1 at local sites) Delton-Kellogg 3, Comstock 0 Olivet 4, Quincy 1 Division 4 at Kalamazoo Hackett (Round 1 at local sites) Kalamazoo Christian 8, B.C. Calhoun Christian 0 Today Volleyball Lake Michigan Catholic at Brandywine, 6:00 p.m. River Valley at Marcellus, 6:00 p.m. Countryside at New Buffalo, 5:00 p.m. Sturgis at Allegan, 6:00 p.m. Dowagiac at Edwardsburg, 6:00 p.m. Otsego at Niles, 6:00 p.m. Paw Paw at Vicksburg, 6:00 p.m. Three Rivers at Plainwell, 6:00 p.m. Bangor at White Pigeon, 7:00 p.m. Kalamazoo Hackett at Watervliet, 6:30 p.m. Martin at Constantine, 6:30 p.m. Parchment at Fennville, 6:30 p.m. Delton-Kellogg at Gobles, 6:30 p.m. Galesburg-Augusta at Saugatuck, 6:30 p.m. Girls Swimming and Diving Plainwell at St. Joseph, 6:00 p.m. Cross Country Dowagiac Rock N’ Run, 5:00 p.m. St. Joseph, Benton Harbor, Lakeshore, Lake Michigan Catholic, Cassopolis, Coloma, Constantine, Decatur, Delton-Kellogg, Dowagiac, Lawton, Paw Paw, Three Rivers, Watervliet, White Pigeon, Berrien Srpings, Bridgman, Buchanan, Eau Claire, Edwardsburg, New Buffalo, Niles, River Valley. Boys Soccer – Districts Division 1 at Okemos (Round 1 at local sites) Portage Central at Battle Creek Lakeview, 6:00 p.m. Lansing Everett at Portage Northern, 6:00 p.m. Kalamazoo Loy Norrix at Okemos, 6:00 p.m. Division 2 at Allegan (Round 1 at local sites) Hamilton at Holland, 6:00 p.m. Wayland at Zeeland West, 6:00 p.m. Division 2 at Mattawan (Round 1 at local sites) Lakeshore at Niles, 4:30 p.m. Paw Paw at Mattawan 6:00 p.m. Edwardsburg at Three Rivers, 6:00 p.m. Division 2 at Gull Lake (Round 1 at local sites) Charlotte at Middleville T-K, 6:00 p.m. Battle Creek Central at Hastings, 6:00 p.m Division 2 at Coldwater (Round 1 at local sites) Jackson Northwest at Vicksburg, 6:00 p.m. Division 3 at Fennville (Round 1 at local sites) GR West Catholic at Unity Christian, 6:00 p.m. Division 3 at Delton-Kellogg (Round 1 at local sites) Parchment at Constantine, 5:00 p.m. Jonesville at Hillsdale, 5:00 p.m. Division 4 at New Buffalo (Round 1 at local sites) Bridgman at New Buffalo, 6:00 p.m. Michigan Lutheran at Lake Mich. Catholic, 6:00 p.m. Division 4 at Lawton (Round 1 at local sites) Lawrence at Kalamazoo Heritage, 5:00 p.m. Howardsville Christian at Lawton, 6:00 p.m.
5 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
The Daily BuZz!! Episode 3, Week of Oct. 11, 2021
The ancients drank a lot of wine. ZERO work outs. And a rotating house! That’s what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin’ about today on The Daily BuZz!!
1 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
That’s Just Good News! Episode 3, Week of Oct. 11, 2021
A military dad surprises his son at a high school football game. That’s Just Good News!
3 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
Cosy Sports Update-10/13/2021
MLB – Major League Baseball – Division Series – (Best of 5) Yesterday Houston Astros 10, Chicago White Sox 1 (HOU wins 3-1) Atlanta Braves 5, Milwaukee Brewers 4 (ATL wins 3-1) Los Angeles Dodgers 7, San Francisco Giants 2 (Series tied 2-2) Astros 10, White Sox 1 – Altuve, Astros going back to ALCS after routing White Sox Jose Altuve hit a three-run homer and scored four times, and the Houston Astros eliminated the Chicago White Sox with a 10-1 victory in Game 4 of their AL Division Series. Carlos Correa and Alex Bregman each hit a two-run double as the Astros advanced to the AL Championship Series for the fifth straight year, bouncing back from Sunday night’s 12-6 loss with their usual relentless brand of baseball. Michael Brantley had three hits and two RBIs. Braves 5, Brewers 4 – Bats finally wake up but Hader falters, Brewers eliminated The Atlanta Braves won their NL Division Series by beating Milwaukee, 5-4 on Freddie Freeman’s solo homer with two out in the eighth. Atlanta trailed 2-0 in the fourth and 4-2 in the fifth before beating Milwaukee for the third straight game since a series-opening loss. The Braves posted two shutouts and allowed just six runs the entire series. Dodgers 7, Giants 2 – Dodgers beat Giants 7-2, force decisive Game 5 in NLDS The Los Angeles Dodgers stayed alive with a 7-2 win over the San Francisco Giants. Mookie Betts was 2-for-4 with three RBIs, including a two-run homer that put the Dodgers ahead, 4-0 in the fourth inning. Will Smith capped the scoring with a two-run blast in the eighth. Today No games today MLB – La Russa-led White Sox make another early October exit Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa and the Chicago White Sox had their sights set on advancing in the playoffs after running away with the AL Central. Their season came to an emphatic end with a 10-1 loss to AL West champion Houston in Game 4 of a Division Series that wasn’t close. They never got the pitching and only occasionally got the hitting that carried them to their first division championship in 13 years and gave them back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time. And after getting knocked out by Oakland in the wild-card round last year, they bowed out in humbling fashion against the Astros. NHL – National Hockey League – Season Opener Last Night Pittsburgh Penguins 6, Tampa Bay Lightning 2 Vegas Golden Knights 4, Seattle Kraken 3 Tonight Chicago Blackhawks at Colorado Avalanche, 10:00 p.m. NHL – NHL commissioner Bettman says just 4 players unvaccinated NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said the league has only four unvaccinated players as it opens up the 2021-22 season. Bettman said NHL officials and all the personnel that come into contact with the players are vaccinated. One of the four unvaccinated players is Detroit Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi. Bettman was in attendance for the regular-season opener between the back to back Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning and the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Lightning have expressed a continuing interest in hosting an outdoor game but Bettman said the weather in Florida remains a challenge to pulling it off. NHL – Avalanche star Nathan MacKinnon to miss opener with COVID-19 The Colorado Avalanche will open their season without Nathan McKinnon. The star center has tested positive for COVID-19. The earliest he might return is Saturday when the Avalanche host the St. Louis Blues. General manager Joe Sakic says the team is 100% vaccinated and that McKinnon doesn’t have any symptoms and is feeling well. Avalanche coach Jared Bednar has been in the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol since last week and is expected back on the bench this weekend. NFL – Lions C Frank Ragnow has season-ending toe injury A person familiar with the situation says Detroit Lions standout center Frank Ragnow has a season-ending toe injury that requires surgery. The person spoke Tuesday on condition of anonymity because the team had not provided an update on Ragnow’s condition. Ragnow was hurt earlier this month at Chicago after he snapped the ball off quarterback Jared Goff and into the hands of Bears defensive lineman Bilal Nichols. Ragnow went on injured reserve last week and center Evan Brown made the first start of his three-year, four-team NFL career last Sunday at Minnesota. The Lions host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. NFL – Buccaneers remove Jon Gruden from franchise’s Ring of Honor The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have removed Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden from the team’s Ring of Honor at Raymond James Stadium. Gruden, who resigned as coach of the Las Vegas Raiders following the discovery of emails he sent containing racist, homophobic and misogynistic comments, led the Bucs from 2002 through 2008. In addition to winning the NFL title in his first season with Tampa Bay, Gruden’s 57-55 record over seven seasons make him the winningest coach in team history. The Bucs said in a statement that while the team acknowledges Gruden’s contributions on the field “his actions go against our core values as an organization.” NFL – NFL picks 3 German cities to bid for regular-season game The NFL has selected the cities Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich to enter a final bidding stage to host a regular-season game in Germany. Next season is the target for Germany to host its first game though it could also debut in 2023 because of potential scheduling conflicts with soccer’s World Cup in Qatar. The NFL says the three cities have been invited to proceed to the “candidate phase” of the process. The cities will now "participate in deeper conversations about staging games in Germany.” The NFL has played 29 regular-season games in London since 2007. WNBA – Women’s National Basketball Association Finals – Best of 5 Yesterday Chicago Sky at Phoenix Mercury, 9:00 p.m. (CHI leads 1-0) NBA – National Basketball Association Preseason Tonight Memphis Grizzlies at Indiana Pacers, 7:00 p.m. Detroit Pistons at New York Knicks, 7:30 p.m. NBA – Nets won’t play Irving until he meets vaccine requirement The Brooklyn Nets have announced that All-Star guard Kyrie Irving will not play or practice with the team until he can be a full participant, ending the idea that he would play in only road games. Under a New York mandate, professional athletes playing for a team in the city have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to play or practice in public venues. Asked if Irving was vaccinated, Marks said: “If he was vaccinated, we wouldn’t be having this discussion. I think that’s probably pretty clear.” Irving had rarely been with the team in New York. He wasn’t even eligible to practice with the Nets in New York until Friday, when the city told the team that its training facility was considered a private venue. NJCAA – Junior College Sports Last Night Women’s Volleyball Grand Rapids Community College 3, Lake Michigan College 0 Tonight Women’s Soccer Lake Michigan College at Jackson College, 2:00 p.m. Women’s Volleyball Lake Michigan College at Jackson College, 4:00 p.m. MHSAA – High School Sports Last Night Girls Volleyball Michigan Lutheran 3, Watervliet Grace Christian 0 Howardsville Christian 3, Lawrence 0 Today Girls Volleyball St. Joseph at Kalamazoo Central, 6:30 p.m. New Buffalo at Benton Harbor, 6:00 p.m. Brandywine at Berrien Springs, 6:00 p.m. Bridgman at South Haven, 6:00 p.m. Eau Claire at Michigan Lutheran, 6:30 p.m. Lake Michigan Catholic at River Valley, 6:00 p.m. Covert at Watervliet Grace Christian, 6:00 p.m. Decatur at White Pigeon, 7:00 p.m. Portage Central at Battle Creek Lakeview, 6:30 p.m. Boys Soccer – Districts Division 1 at Okemos (Round 1 at local sites) Grand Ledge at Kalamazoo Central, 6:00 p.m. Holt at East Lansing, 7:00 p.m. Division 2 at Allegan (Round 1 at local sites) Zeeland East at Allegan, 6:00 p.m. Otsego at Plainwell, 5:30 p.m. Division 2 at Gull Lake (Round 1 at local sites) Eaton Rapids at Battle Creek Pennfield, 6:00 p.m. Division 2 at Coldwater (Round 1 at local sites) Harper Creek at Sturgis, 6:00 p.m. Parma Western at Coldwater, 6:00 p.m. Division 3 at Dowagiac (Round 1 at local sites) Brandywine at Buchanan, 5:00 p.m. Berrien Springs at South Haven, 6:00 p.m. Coloma at Watervliet, (Moved to Friday) Division 3 at Fennville (Round 1 at local sites) Hopkins at G.R. Covenant Christian, 4:30 p.m. Wyoming Lee at Fennville, 6:00 p.m. Division 3 at Delton-Kellogg (Round 1 at local sites) Delton-Kellogg at Comstock, 6:00 p.m. Quincy at Olivet, 5:30 p.m. Division 4 at Kalamazoo Hackett (Round 1 at local sites) Kalamazoo Christian at Battle Creek Calhoun Christian, 5:00 p.m.
4 minutes | Oct 12, 2021
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5 minutes | Oct 12, 2021
The Daily BuZz!! Episode 2, Week of Oct. 11, 2021
He’s suing Amazon because they blocked his driveway. How paint colors can affect the sale of a home. And a wedding, 77 years after getting married. That’s what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin’ about today on The Daily BuZz!!
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