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One Day for Dawgs preparations underway, Annual Day of Giving Coming April 12

Seventy-plus teams have already registered for One Day for Dawgs, Ferris State University’s annual day of giving set for Wednesday, April 12. One Day for Dawgs is an opportunity for groups across campus to raise funds for scholarships, programs, equipment and other appeals.

 

Annual Giving Manager Jen Yontz-Barger said that the cluster of 40-plus teams includes eight new proposals. University Advancement and Marketing staff expect more to join the 2023 campaign.

 

“We have already held in-person and virtual workshops, with the latter recorded and available for review to support these new groups or others that recently formed,” Yontz-Barger said. “Some groups are preparing videos to personalize their requests for their supporters. We feel that is among the best ways to develop a creative and compelling message. Our UAM staff stands ready to support teams by talking through any part of the process they may have questions about.”

 

Yontz-Barger said that following spring break, One Day for Dawgs organizers expect that more teams will understand this opportunity and access the online toolbox and other resources for teams.

 

“Any group of alumni, students, faculty, staff or other supporters are encouraged to reach out and establish their proposals as part of One Day for Dawgs by Friday, March 31,” Yontz-Barger said. “That will allow these teams to get the formation and support they need to create a successful campaign.”

 

One Day for Dawgs teams raised nearly $300,000 to support various proposals in 2022. For more information on establishing a team or structuring a campaign, call Yontz-Barger at (231) 591-3817 or contact her by email.

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CSAA Basketball (Boys)

2/19/24

White Cloud 48 @ Big Rapids 53 (OT)

  -> Game broadcasting on WBRN 1460am, 96.5fm

Lakeview 46 @ Tri County 54

C Montcalm 55 @ Kent City 52 (OT) 

Chip Hills 48 @ Newaygo 58

Grant 41 @ Reed City 60

2/19/24

Reed City 32 @ Cadillac 54

Morley Stanwood 68 @ Tri County 63

Shepherd 56 @ Chip Hills 39

Lakeview 58 @ St Louis 50

2/21/24

CSAA Tournament

  Big Rapids 48 @ Reed City 46 (CSAA Tourn Champ)

      -> Game broadcasting on WBRN 1460am, 96.5fm

      -> Big Rapids Wins CSAA Tournament

  Chip Hills 30 @ Kent City 56 (CSAA Tourn)

  C Montcalm 40 @ Newaygo 82 (CSAA Tourn)

  Lakeview 41 @ Morley Stanwood 52 (CSAA Tourn)

2/22/24 - 7:00pm

Montague @ Grant

Morley Stanwood @ Tri County (CSAA Tourn)

2/23/24 - 7:00pm

C Montcalm @ Midland Calvary Bap

CSAA Basketball (Girls)

2/19/24 - 7:00pm

Hart 45 @ Morley Stanwood 40

Newaygo 38 @ Oakridge 46

2/20/24 - 7:00pm

Chip Hills 33 @ Beal City 67

Big Rapids 39 @ Cadillac 41

Whitehall 44 @ Grant 71

Hesperia 18 @ Tri County 71

Lakeview 55 @ Pine River 41

Reed City 36 @ McBain 40

2/21/24 - 7:00pm

Shelby 41 @ Newaygo 48

2/23/24 - 7:30pm

Tri County @ Big Rapids (7:00p)

Reed City @ C Montcalm

Morley Stanwood @ Grant

Lakeview @ Kent City

Newaygo @ Chip Hills

 

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MHSAA Regional 21: 2/24/24

Big Rapids#4 @ E Grand Rapids#1 (7:15pm)

GR CC#3 @ GR Christian#2 (4:15pm)

CSAA Basketball Standings

CSAA - Boys

  1. Reed City 18-3 (10-0)
  2. White Cloud 16-5 (8-2)
  3. Big Rapids   15-6 (8-2)
  4. Grant   13-6 (8-2)
  5. Newaygo 13-8 (6-4)
  6. Central Montcalm 8-12 (4-6)
  7. Kent City 7-14 (4-6)
  8. Tri County 6-15 (3-7)
  9. Chip Hills 5-16 (3-7)
  10. Morley Stanwood 2-17 (1-9)
  11. Lakeview 5-16 (0-10)

CSAA - Girls

  1. Morley Stanwood 15-3 (8-1)
  2. Grant 13-4 (8-1)
  3. Kent City 15-4 (7-2)
  4. Reed City 11-8 (7-2)
  5. Big Rapids 10-8 (6-3)
  6. Lakeview 10-9 (4-5)
  7. Central Montcalm 8-11 (4-5)
  8. Newaygo 10-9 (3-6)
  9. White Cloud 7-13 (2-8)
  10. Tri County 3-14 (1-8)
  11. Chip Hills 1-18 (0-9)

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