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Cross Country Regionals

Chesaning Cross Country attended the MHSAA Regionals on Saturday, October 26th at Carson City. With 19 schools present, the Chesaning girls scored 404 points for a 15th place team finish, and the Chesaning boys scored 235 points for an 8th place team finish. Shepherd took first place for girls (47 points), and Lansing Catholic took

State Finals Cross Country

The MHSAA State Finals Cross Country Meet took place on Saturday, November 2, 2013 at Michigan International Speedway. The conditions of the course were muddy due to the rain during the week and during the day. The temperatures were not great either. That did not stop Jacob Collins and Brody Cragg from competing. This is

H.S.GIRLS BASKETBALL — PRACTICE BEGINS NOV. 11TH!

Practice will begin for high school girls interested in trying out for basketball on Monday, November 11th. On the 11th, JV will practice from 3:00-5:00 p.m. and Varsity from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Please sign up on the sheet on the Athletic Office door. You must have a physical on file in the Athletic Office

CROSS COUNTRY INDIANS HEADING TO STATE FINALS!

Good Luck to Brody and Jacob who are heading to the MHSAA Cross Country State Finals on Saturday at Michigan International Speedway. Division 3 boys will run at 11:30 am. Come on down to support these two seniors. It is a great accomplishment to be there. Good Luck at States!

Cross Country

Chesaning Cross Country attended the TVC Overall Meet on Tuesday, October 15th at Taymouth Township Park. The meet was hosted by Birch Run. With 22 schools present, the Chesaning girls scored 497 points for an 19th place team finish, and the Chesaning boys scored 264 points for a 10th place team finish. Shepherd took first

Cross Country

Chesaning Cross Country attended the third TVC Central Jamboree on Tuesday, October 8th at Shepherd High School. With 8 schools present, the Chesaning girls scored 175 points for an 8th place team finish, and the Chesaning boys scored 125 points for a 6th place team finish. Shepherd took first place for girls (16 points) and boys (58 points). Madison Krupp lead the Indian girls with a 12th place finish and a time of

Cross Country

Chesaning Cross Country attended the TVC Central Jamboree on Tuesday, September 24th at Immerman Park. With 8 schools present, the Chesaning girls scored 186 points for an 8th place team finish, and the Chesaning boys scored 132 points for a 6th place team finish. Shepherd took first place for girls (16 points) and boys (60 points). Madison Krupp lead the Indian girls with a 15th place finish and a time of 21:54. She

Cross Country

Chesaning Cross Country attended the Frankenmuth Invitational on Thursday, September 19th. The Frankenmuth course proved to be a challenging course with many hills. Each runner was digging deep to get up the steep hills. With 14 schools present, the Chesaning girls scored 224 points for a 9th place team finish, and the Chesaning boys scored 167 points for a 8th place team finish. Sandusky took first place for girls (45 points) and

Chesaning Cross Country

Chesaning Cross Country hosted the first Jamboree of the TVC Central on Tuesday, September 17th. With 8 schools present, the Chesaning girls scored 185 points for a 8th place team finish, and the Chesaning boys scored 120 points for a 6th place finish. The next TVC meet is Tuesday, September 24th. Shepherd took first place for girls (15 points) and boys (51 points). Leading the Indian girls

Chesaning XC Boys Capture Second Place

Chesaning Cross Country hosted the Chesaning Invitational on Thursday, September 12th. With many meets having high temperatures, the scattered rain showers were welcoming to most athletes at the meet. Many of the runners ran their best times. Their hard work is really paying off, and I hope the season continues this way. I am very proud of my whole team. With 22 schools present, the Chesaning girls were