Red Wings

The Red Wings beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 6-1 at Joe Louis Arena.   Dylan Larkin and Teemu Pulkkinen each had two goals, while Tyler Bertuzzi and Drew Miller also scored for the Wings.   Jimmy Howard played all 60 minutes in goal, turning aside 35 shots on net.  During last night's preseason games, the NHL tested their new overtime format which features three-on-three play for five sudden death minutes. If the game is not decided in the overtime, then the teams will go to a shootout to determine a winner.

Exhibition play continues tomorrow night as Detroit hosts the Boston Bruins.

Thursday Night Football

Eli Manning threw for 279 yards and two touchdowns as the Giants knocked off the Redskins, 32-21, on "Thursday Night Football."

Tigers

The Tigers were off Thursday and welcome the Twins tonight for the final home series of 2015.  We'll join the game after High School Football.  Next week, the Tigers head to Texas and Chicago for the final 6 games of the 2015 season.

Lions

The Lions host the Denver Broncos Sunday night. Broadcast time is 7:20pm on WBCK.

College Football

#2 MSU will host Central Michigan in East Lansing this Saturday. 10:30am on WBCK.

Michigan hosts BYU this weekend.  11am on Mix 104.9 WBXX.

WMU plays at #1 Ohio State on Saturday.

Volleyball

KCC came from behind to beat Ancilla Community College in a hard fought match, 25-13, 14-25, 17-25, 25-22 and 16-14.   Marshall grad Grace Crawford had 14 kills for the Lady Bruins.

St. Phillip beat Jackson Christian 3-0.  Abby McKenzie has 13 kills.

Marshall beat Quincy, Union City and Olivet to take the Quad match.  Mackenzie Benham had a total of 18 kills and 20 digs.

Boys Soccer

Harper Creek 4, Pennfield 0.  Nick Robinson had two goals.

Marshall gets a win over Lumen Christi, as Jackson had to forfeit.

Boys Tennis

Harper Creek 8, Hastings 0.

K-Christian 7, Galesburg-Augusta 1

High School Football: Week 5

Pennfield plays at Harper Creek.   Broadcast time is 6:35 on WBCK.

Friday, September 25th

St. Joseph  vs. Battle Creek Central

Lakeview  vs. Stevensville-Lakeshore

Jackson Lumen Christi  vs. Marshall

Springport  vs. Athens

Bellevue  vs. North Adams-Jerome

Centreville  vs. Bronson

Camden-Frontier  vs. Climax-Scotts

Delton  vs. Coloma

Galesburg-Augusta  vs. Schoolcraft

Gull Lake  vs. Portage Central

Hastings  vs. Grand Rapids Catholic Central

Jonesville  vs. Homer

Leslie  vs. Maple Valley

Olivet  vs. Lakewood-Lake Odessa

Union City  vs. Quincy

Litchfield  vs. Tekonsha  - 8-Man Football

Saturday, September 26th

St. Joseph Michigan Lutheran  vs. St. Philip  – 8-Man Football

Perles Home Robbed

14 bowl game rings have been stolen from the Meridian Township home of former Michigan State football coach George Perles. Perles told the Lansing State Journal the rings were stolen while he was attending the MSU-Oregon game September 12th. Some other jewelry was also stolen, but Perles believes the thieves were mostly targeting the rings. Perles coached MSU from 1983 to 1994.