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Shelby nips Montague in OT, clinches playoff spot

MONTAGUE (WZZM) -- After falling behind early, the Shelby Tigers rallied for a 21-14 overtime win over the Montague Wildcats.

Travis Cockerill found Anthony Root early in the second quarter to put Montague up 7-0. The same duo hooked up again later in the quarter to make the score 14-0.

Shelby fought back with a Mason Courtright score on 4th down to make in 14-7. With five seconds left in the half, Brian Schroeder found Chad Moore for a 28-yard score to tie the game.

Neither team scored in the second half, sending the game to overtime. On the first play of the extra session, Schroeder and Moore hooked up again to give Shelby the lead. Montague would turn the ball over on downs on the next possession giving the Tigers the win.

US Air Force Band of Flight concert, October 23

Montague, MI - The Arts Council of White Lake presents US Air Force Band of Flight concert on Saturday, October 23rd at the Montague Area Public Schools Center for the Performing Arts.

The Wright Brass group, one of four classical chamber ensembles within the United States Air Force Band of Flight, features five brass members and various percussionists. They take to the stage at 7:00 pm to preform original arrangements that will entertain you all evening long.

Wright Brass has performed concerts and master classes at many colleges and universities across the nation, including performances at the Rafael Mendez Brass Institute held at Arizona State University, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Brass Day, the International Brassfest held in Bloomington, IN, and the Great American Brass Band Festival.

Howmet Playhouse presents - True Grit

Thursday, October 7th, 7:00 pm - The HarborLight Movie Series, in conjunction with the Arts Council of White Lake and the White Lake Community Library, presents John Wayne in his Oscar-winning role in True Grit.

This is a free event. Visit http://www.howmetplayhouse.org/ for additional information.

 

Whitehall homecoming game alumni tent

From: http://www.whitehallschools.net

Friday, October 15, 2010, 6:00 p.m.

If you are a Whitehall alumni, gather at the tent that will be set up near the football field. All alumni are welcome to attend. Snacks will be provided. T-Shirts will be pre-sold once the design is completed - $10 each, $12 for larger sizes. The final design will appear on Facebook on the "Whitehall Alumni Tent" page.

For information/questions, please contact:

Jodi (Hoffman) Stratton - jodistratton@yahoo.com
Michelle (VanHemert) Zack - michelle.zack@tgw-ermanco.com

Pumpkins to roll in downtown Montague

(From the White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce)

Montague, Michigan - When the “ready-set-go” volunteers holler “ready-set-go,” veteran pumpkin rollers get ready to unleash a pack of rolling pumpkins down the Dowling Street Hill in downtown Montague, Michigan.  This quiet West Michigan town comes to life on the second Saturday of October when hundreds of residents and visitors wait in line to roll a small orange gourd down this mid-town hill.

For years, the Montague residents have told stories of late night ‘rollings’ when youngsters raced to outwit authorities by sending pumpkins off the back of pick-up trucks. Now, the ROLL is sanctioned and ribbons and buttons are awarded to the winners of each heat!!

White Lake Area Fire Prevention Week

Whitehall, MI -  White Lake Area Fire Prevention Week is currently taking place. Events include a fire prevention parade on Tuesday, October 5th at 6:30 pm as well as an open house at the White Lake Fire Authority station #1 on Thursday, October 7th from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Ravenna ends Monatgue's win streak at 26

RAVENNA (WZZM) -- Josh Vanderwagen found the endzone four times and the Ravenna Bulldogs ended the state's longest winning streak with a 28-7 win over Montague.

On Ravenna's second possession, Vanderwagen scored on a 10-yard touchdown run. Montague had a chance to answer moments later, but Wes Ruiz recovered a fumble, ending the Wildcat drive.

Vanderwagen's second touchdown, a one-yard run, made it 14-0. The Wildcats cut the lead in half just before halftime on Steven Murdoch's touchdown run.

Vanderwagen scored two more times in the second half, while the Bulldog defense held Montague scoreless. The Wildcats win streak ends at 26. East Grand Rapids now has the longest winning streak in the state.