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Jackson Junior Golf: Brett Casto shoots 63 Hills’ Heart of the Lakes

  • July 11, 2019

July 11th 2019  Brett Casto shot a personal best six under 63 to lead the way.  Justin Bunch was next with a 66.  Alexis Brzezinski (77) shot the low girls score for the second tournament in a row.  See below for full results: Player Division Score Brandon Kulka Boys 10 & Under 9 Holes 46 Parker Gough Boys 10 & Under 9 Holes 49 Jayce Swihart Boys 10 & Under 9 Holes 50 Blayden Steller Boys 10 & Under 9 Holes 65 Jack Sturgill Boys 10 & Under 9 Holes WD Charlie Saunders Boys 11,12,& 13 9 Holes 38 Bentley Coon Boys 11,12,& 13 9 Holes 39 Anthony Kulka Boys 11,12,& 13 9 Holes 51 Hayden Rhinehart Boys 11,12,& 13 9 Holes 63 Colin Norton Boys 13 & 14 77 Duncan Moffitt Boys 13 & 14 84 Jack Swihart Boys 13 & 14 89 Ryder Pickering Boys 13 & 14 97 Ben Baker Boys 13 & 14 117 Mason Dingee Boys 13 & 14 117 Anthony Donnelly Boys 14 & Up - 9 Holes 57 Will Fex ll Boys 14 & Up - 9 Holes 60 Justin Bunch Boys 15 & 16 66 Zachary Kapuga Boys 15 & 16 77…

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Western second, H-H third at Western Invitational

  • May 4, 2019

Hanover-Horton High School golfer Brogan Brockie tied for medalist honors with a 75 at the Western Invitational Friday at Arbor Hills Golf Club.  Photo by Jeff Steers/JTV Sports   By Jeff Steers                                                                                   JTV Sports   Mother Nature may have been the overall winner Friday at the 2019 Western Invitational at Arbor Hills Golf Club in Jackson. Temperatures in the mid-40, some light rain and cold greeted golfers Friday morning. Marshall High School won the event with a four-man total of 318. The Redhawks are ranked No. 3 in Division 2 as ranked by coaches. Host school Western finished second (322), Hanover-Horton placed third (328), Lumen Christi was fifth (333) and Jackson placed sixth (336). Concord finished ninth (353), Western B finished 12th (367), Northwest was 13th (386), and Grass Lake placed 16th (412). Eighteen team competed in the annual event hosted by Western High School. Brett Casto of Western and Brogan Brockie of Hanover-Horton tied for medalist honors with three other golfers with a 3-over-par 75. Jack Brockie of Hanover-Horton and Louis Redovich of Western tied for fifth with a 76, Sean Vann of Western was seventh (77), Tanner Schnell of Lumen Christi was eighth (78), and Conor Spencer of…

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Henry Ford Allegiance Health Earns “A” Grade in Patient Safety

  • November 8, 2018

Photo:  One of the private patient rooms in the new Tower at Henry Ford Allegiance Health.  Photo by Ryan Kerwin, JTV. Henry Ford Allegiance Health earned an A grade for patient safety performance in The Leapfrog Group’s safety grades released today. All acute-care hospitals within the Henry Ford Health System also earned the A grade.  Henry Ford Allegiance Health has an almost perfect record in achieving A’s in the Hospital Safety Score since grading began in 2012. The one exception was the Spring 2018 Grade when the A rating was missed by a mere .0459 points. The A ranking places Henry Ford Allegiance Health, Henry Ford Hospital, Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital and Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital among the safest hospitals in the United States. This marks the first time the hospitals have earned the top safety grade simultaneously in The Leapfrog Group’s bi-annual safety grades. By doing so, Henry Ford is one of only two health systems nationally – and the only one in Michigan – to achieve that distinction for the fall safety grades. “As Henry Ford Allegiance Health enters our second century, I am confident our focus on consistent use of best practices…

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