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Aggie CMAC Senior Scholar-Athlete: Madeline Mays

Sports:  Volleyball, Cross Country, Basketball, Soccer, Track and Softball Parents:  Tom Mays and Jennifer Sheathelm Madeline will attending Lansing Community College to study business #AggieAchievers #AggieFamily #Classof2021

Aggie CMAC Senior Scholar-Athlete: Rachel Briggs

Sports:  Gymnastics, Volleyball, Softball and Cross Cross Parents:  Dan and Amy Briggs Rachel plans to attend Central Michigan University to pursue athletic training. #AggieAchievers #AggieFamily #Classof2021

Aggie CMAC Senior Scholar-Athletes

  Each year the Central Michigan Athletics Conference (CMAC) honors senior athletes from its member schools that have been successful as both students in the classroom and athletes on the field, court and track.  To earn the title of CMAC Senior Scholar-Athlete students must have earned a 3.4 GPA or higher and have earned a

Congratulations to our Cross Country Athletes

Congratulations to Maddie Mays and Adrianne Rector for receiving the Academic All-State award this year.  Qualifications are making it to the State Finals and having a GPA of 3.5 or higher.  Way to go Maddie and Adrianne! We would also like to congratulate Jalen Nelson for being an All State Cross Country runner this year. 

Dansville Cross Country Taking 3 Runners to States

The Cross Country team will be taking three runners to the State Final meet this year.  Jalen Nelson and Maddie Mays as Senior team members.  And also Adrianne Rector as a Junior. The State meet is scheduled for Saturday at Michigan International Speedway. Jalen is currently on the school record board as number 2.  He

Boys Cross Country Places First in CMAC Jamboree

Congratulations to the Boys Cross Country team for placing first in the first CMAC Jamboree.  They beat Pewamo Westphalia by 3 points.  Jalen Nelson placed 2nd, Joe Kadluboski placed 3rd and Samuel Schmidt placed 12th in the race.  Damian DeFeyter contributed to the team’s win by placing 15th and Calvin VanHartsvelt was 21st.  Great job