Sunday, May 30, 2010
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Monday, May 17, 2010
The Michigan Regional Sports Network will provide audio webcasts of all games of the 2010 Big Day Prep Showdown VI live from Rynearson Stadium on the campus of Eastern Michigan University. Teams and kickoff times are below. Pregame starts 10 minutes before kickoff. To listen go to MRSN's website at www.mrsn.us.
Thursday, August 26
|5:15 PM|| |
Sterling Heights Stevenson
|8:00 PM|| |
Friday, August 27th
|5:00 PM|| |
White Lake Lakeland
|8:00 PM|| |
Saturday, August 28th
Patrick Henry (Ohio)
|2:00 PM|| |
|5:00 PM|| |
Ann Arbor Huron
Ann Arbor Pioneer
Detroit Cass Tech
Saturday, May 15, 2010
After a rough shooting stretch to start the game, Flint Flames basketball player Angel Chan came off the bench and nearly shot the team back into it, helping the Flames erase a double figures lead and tie the game in the second half before losing in the home opener, 52-47 to Cleveland May 15 at Flint Northern.
Chan, a lefty guard who graduated from Central Michigan, scored 13 points, 12 of them on three-pointers, to lead the team.
“She’s really embracing that role as a shooter off the bench for us,” said Flames coach Dreyon Wynn.
The Flames needed that production off the bench as the team struggled shooting early, only managing five points in the first quarter. Chan came on in the second and scored 10 of her 13 points as the team cut Cleveland’s lead to two before heading into the half trailing 23-17.
In the third quarter, Wynn elected to start Larecha Jones, a former Flint Northwestern star, who couldn’t get into the flow of the offense off the bench in the first half.
“I wanted to bring her in and run the offense through her (in the post),” Wynn said.
Jones responded, scoring six points in the first five minutes of the quarter, helping the Flames tie the game at 25.
The Flames, however, went cold again and Cleveland pulled away with a 17-6 run late in the third and early in the fourth quarter.
The Flames turned up the pressure late, but ran out of time as a three by Chan at the buzzer cut the final deficit to five.
While the team shot poorly, the defense kept them in it by creating turnovers and putting constant pressure on Cleveland. Wynn believes once the team gets more accustomed to playing with each other, they’ll be able to put together some wins.
“We wanted to give our fans a win today,” he said. “But there are some things we can take away from this and build on going forward.”
Play of the game: Point guard Jasmine McCall was the quickest player on the court. She advanced the ball on a two-on-one, gave her defender a little crossover move and the defender bit on it hard, falling flat on her back as McCall dished to a wide open Jones for a layup.
Seen and heard: Flint dance crew Final Destination performed during the game and interacted with the crowd. Flint City Council President Delrico Loyd and City Councilman Sheldon Neeley were in attendance, as were high school basketball standouts Patrick Lucas-Perry, Gerald Williams-Taylor and Dalvin David, among others.
Up next: The Flames hit the road to play the Rock County Robins in Wisconsin at 1 p.m. May 23. The team's next home game is at 4 p.m. June 5 against the Lexington Lightning. It will be broadcast on Michigan Regional Sports Network.
The Cavaliers then defeated Mt. Morris 5-0 in a coaching reunion of former teammates. Cavaliers coach Jessyca Mathews and Mt. Morris coach Nicola (Johnson) Yancer were teammates at Carman-Ainsworth from 1993-95. Jones had a hat trick in the victory.
Tournament all-stars for Carman-Ainsworth were Jones, Saunders, Kaylee VanFleet and Courtney Glinka.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
The Michigan Regional Sports Network (MRSN) has announced an agreement to have live audio webcasts of selected Flint Lady Flames basketball games this season, beginning May 15th. The Lady Flames are second year members of the Women’s Blue Chip Basketball League (WBCBL).
The scheduled broadcasts are:
May 15-Cleveland at Flint 4:00 PM ET
June 5-Lexington at Flint 4:00 PM ET
June 12- Columbus at Flint 4:00 PM ET
June 13-Toronto at Flint 4:00 PM ET
July 10-Chicago at Flint Time TBA
July 17-Rock County at Flint Time TBA
July 25-Columbus at Flint 4:00 PM ET
July 31-Detroit at Flint 4:00 PM ET
Games can be accessed at MRSN’s website at www.mrsn.us. The games will be archived for later listening.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Game 1 is September 19 vs. Wright State.
Date: May 3, 2010
From: Michigan Regional Sports Network
To: All Michigan Media Outlets
Subj: MRSN To Broadcast High School Football All-Star Game
Flint, Michigan--The Michigan Regional Sports Network, based in Flint, has announced they will provide a live audio broadcast of the 30th annual Michigan High School Football All-Star Game on June 19 from in East Lansing. Bill Schnorenberg, Don Mathews and Lon Turner will bring the action. Pregame will be at 1:30 PM Eastern time, with kickoff at 2:00 PM Eastern. The game will be archived at MRSN's website for later listening. To access the game, go to MRSN's website at www.mrsn.us.
About MRSN: The Michigan Regional Sports Network is an Internet only sports station founded in August 2008 and based in Flint. MRSN broadcasts high school and college sports, junior hockey, (including the two time ACHA champion Saginaw Valley State University Cardinals) and minor league and women's pro football.