Football Frenzy Aug. 29, highlights of five games.
Part 2 of Football Frenzy highlights from Aug. 28, 2014.
The Tigers scored in the bottom of the ninth to beat the New York Yankees on Thursday.
Muskegon Heights High School’s football team played its first game of the season Thursday night — and it was missing two players.
Thursday night was the first night of the Football Frenzy season, watch highlights.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association has implemented new practice rules for the 2014 football season.
The New York Yankees chased David Price with nine straight hits in the third inning, beating the Detroit Tigers Wednesday night.
As always, Football Frenzy will be covering all the big games — and keeping an eye on the teams that could make it to the championships.
Brian Kelly’s affect on the other coaches he’s worked with is a lot like ancestry.com.
Allen Trieu and Josh Helmholdt gave 24 Hour News 8 a list of their top 10 players in West Michigan.
For years, they called it a “holy war.” Now, it can only be described as a “holy alliance.”
Chances are that either your local football team or a team on their schedule will be hosting some type of fundraising game this season.
When high school football players hit the field for their first game this season, it should be with fresher bodies.
Officials with the State Games of America were in Grand Rapids this week, scouting it as a potential host for the event.
Rick Porcello pitched eight impressive innings, and the Detroit Tigers snapped New York’s five-game winning streak Tuesday night.
The Detroit Lions have announced a name and sponsor for its college bowl game.