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    Tigers Handle Moody, 76-60, Move to 3-0 in Midwest Region

    The Tigers met Moody Bible Institute Friday night in the second round of the Midwest Region Tip Off Tournament, and came away with a decisive 76-60 victory. Coach Gary Bailey played all 12 Tigers that dressed a minimum of seven and a half minutes, with eleven of them playing double digit minutes. “It was a solid win for us,” said Bailey. “We have a long road trip tomorrow to play NCAA D1 Western Illinois University so it was important that our bench be able to give us some good minutes tonight, and they did.” Full Article >

    Tigers Run Out of Gas at Lake Michigan College

    The Tigers battled a veteran Lake Michigan College team last night very hard, but ran out of gas in the second eventually falling 80-61. The intense battle was back forth for much of the first half with a quick spurt at the end of the half put Lake Michigan up 7 at halftime. ” I really like the way we played today, but I think we hit a wall with about 10 minutes left in the second half.” This is our second game in two days against up tempo teams, plus we only have 9 guys, we just ran out of gas.” Said Coach Oldebekking. ” They were still playing hard, I just don’t think they had it in the tank.” The Tigers hit back to back threes with 12 minutes to go to cut the lead to 7, but were never able to get any closer. Full Article >

    Tigers fall to Golden Eagles

    The Tigers played hard, but couldn’t keep up with a very good Cornerstone JV, losing 89-61. The Golden Eagles jumped on the Tigers early and methodically built a 50-26 halftime lead. ” Cornerstone is a very good JV team, they have a lot guys who have been on that team for a few years and do a nice job.” explained a dejected coach Oldebekking after the game. ” We did some good things in this game though, we had 17 offensive rebounds and we kept our turnovers down which is nice.” ” They got out in transition in the second half and we had a hard time stopping them, but in the second half it was much better.” Full Article >

    God’s Design for a Fruitful Life

    Work is part of God’s design for a fruitful life, but how much more effective are we when our efforts are aimed at a God-honoring purpose! Full Article >

    Grace struggles in second half, falls to SVSU

    Saginaw, MI – The Grace Tigers traveled to the eastside of the state tonight to attempt to upset the undefeated Saginaw Valley State University Cardinals (NCAA DII). Right off of the tip the Tigers seemed ready to play, battling the Cardinals back and forth for the first 20 minutes. Grace found themselves trailing by only two points (37-35) at the half after a spectacular coast to coast bucket by freshman Jared Bradford as the clock expired. Full Article >

    Keeper Drew Smith Earns Midwest All-Region Award

    Freshman goalkeeper Drew Smith (Petoskey, Michigan) has shown the importance of havingGrace Freshman Keeper Drew Smith quality in net which was recognized by him being named to the Midwest All-Region Team, which is arguably the toughest region in the NCCAA. Drew started each of the eighteen games for the Tigers, logging 1,575 minutes in net. His efforts in net helped Grace hold opponents to two or fewer goals in twelve games this year, seven of which had one or less goal allowed. Full Article >