Big Rapids Boys Junior Varsity Football

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Football Beats White Cloud to Move to 3-1

White Cloud – The Big Rapids Cardinal Football team improved to 3-1 on the season with a 56-0 victory over the White Cloud Indians on Friday night.  The Cardinals jumped out early and scored often in route to the victory. Nick Baldwin ran the ball five times for 78 yards and a touchdown and caught

Hometown Heroes Event a Success

Big Rapids – The Big Rapids Athletic Department and Cardinal Football were extremely excited with being able to play a small part in honoring our local veterans and current serving military men and women.  Friday was a great day all around starting with a pep assembly during the school day all the way to the

Football Stings Hornets 39-18

Big Rapids – The Cardinal Football team continued their strong offensive play as they were able to run down the Central Montcalm Hornets 39-18 on Friday night.  Big Rapids was able to honor their Hometown Heroes throughout the night and built on that excitement as they dominated the Hornets. Central Montcalm got on the scoreboard

Big Second Half Lifts Cards Over Hesperia

Hesperia – After being tied 7-7 at halftime the Cardinal Football team exploded for 26 second half points en route to a 33-15 victory over the Hesperia Hornets in CSAA action.  To start the second half, the Cardinals scored on a six yard run by Nick Baldwin followed by a 35 yard punt return by

Cards Battle Coyotes Tough

Big Rapids – The Cardinal Varsity Football team suffered a tough loss on Friday evening as they fell 14-6 to rival Reed City in the season opening contest of 2012.  The Cardinals dominated the play in the first half as they had a touchdown called back and were inside the Coyote 10 yard line three

Cardinal Football on the Radio

Big Rapids Radio Network will be carrying play-by-play with Bill Beckwith for the Friday BRHS v Reed City 7p game on Big Country 100.9 this week

Mehl and Byrne Ink Letters with Hope College

Big Rapids – During a press conference held in the Big Rapids High School Media Center, recent graduates, Tony Byrne and Levi Mehl, announced their commitments to Hope College to continue their Football playing careers.  It is very exciting for two High School teammates to be able to continue to be teammates at the next

JV Blue Football Wrap Up

The JV Blue team went 6 wins and 3 losses while averaging 34 points per game and allowing a scant 13 points per contest. More importantly was the bond created by this group to be the best they could each day and to push each other to be better players. The sincere brotherhood which this

JV White Football Wrap Up

The JV White team, compiled mostly of freshman, competed this year in 7 games. While working to a 2 win and 5 loss season it was evident that much progress was made. Most weeks these boys were playing true JV teams with a large makeup of sophomores and competed hard each game. It is hard