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Eagles Travel To Swan Valley Friday For a Big Time Matchup

It would be difficult to find football programs in the area who have had more success in the past decade then the Frankenmuth Eagles and the Swan Valley Vikings.  The Eagles in the decade of  the 2010’s had a 89 – 23 record while the Vikings put together a 87 – 28 record during the

THE RIVALRY–Frankenmuth vs. Millington

A must read for any Frankenmuth Football fan and especially former Frankenmuth Football players who played in the rivalry between Frankenmuth and Millington.  Friends and family members of these players, get the word out where and how to order.  Books are being sold for $20.00 at the Frankenmuth News office and at Grasel Graphics.  Mail

JV Soccer beats Valley Lutheran 2-0

The Frankenmuth boys JV Soccer beat a good Valley Lutheran team 2-0. Did everything go their way? No, but good teams find ways to win. Levi Wascher opened the scoring for the Eagles after Lance Keinath had a free kick from the Eagles side of the field. Wascher was able to corral the kick, and

Boys JV Soccer defeats Freeland 4-0

The boys JV soccer team welcomed the Freeland Falcons on Monday, beating them 4-0. At halftime, the score was 1-0 Frankenmuth after Kendall Morris was able to gather a loose ball the Freeland keeper could not corral. He placed it neatly into the side netting at a very sharp angle. Morris also picked up goals


Congratulations to the FHS boys and girls Cross Country teams as they competed in Tuesday’s first TVC-8 Jamboree.  The boys team placed 4th overall and the girls team placed 1st.   Both teams ran well and we can see more opportunities to get stronger. BOYS: 30  –  Alma 56 –   Freeland 79 –   Birch Run 87

Eagles Football Begins Action This Week

The MHSAA announced on August 14 that Michigan High School Football was cancelled and a plan to play football in the spring was forthcoming.  This was disappointing news to many players, coaches, parents, and fans throughout the State of Michigan.  On Thursday, September 3, the disappointment where turned to enthusiasm and shouts of joy as