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Reed City's Price named Lions' Coach of the Week

REED CITY — The Detroit Lions named Monty Price of Reed City High School the Week Six recipient of the 2018 Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan High School Football Coach of the Week Program.

Price’s Coyotes defeated Big Rapids 58-22 to run their record to 6-0 and clinch a playoff berth. Reed City is currently ranked No. 4 in Division 5. On Friday, October 5, the Coyotes travel to Stanton to take on the Central Montcalm Hornets (0-6) in a Central State Activities Association Gold Division game.

Price has coached high school football for 24 years and is currently in his 20th season as head coach at Reed City. He coached at Chippewa Hills and Montabella before taking over as head coach at Reed City in 1999.

The Coyotes have posted 10 or more wins in six of the last seven seasons, have won the CSAA Gold seven straight years, advanced to the Division 5 state semifinals in 2017 and have reached the MHSAA playoffs nine straight seasons and 15 total during Price’s tenure. Price’s career record at Reed City is 142-63.

The winner is selected by a panel of high school football media members — Mick McCabe (Detroit Free Press), Hugh Bernreuter (Saginaw News), Bret Bakita (WOOD Radio/Grand Rapids), James Cook (Traverse City Record-Eagle) and Scott DeCamp (Muskegon Chronicle).

YMCA basketball league offerings upcoming

TRAVERSE CITY — Three YMCA basketball leagues are in the process of signing up teams and players.

The Men's Adult Winter Basketball League plays Sunday evenings at TC area high school gyms, beginning Nov. 18 and running until March 17. Several divisions are offered for different levels of competition. All teams play a round-robin league schedule and an end-of-season tournament. You must register as a team for this league. The team registration deadline is Oct. 26.

The Girls Middle School Basketball League is open to girls in grades 6-8. Games are played on Saturday late mornings, early afternoons at TC area gyms and Kingsley High School gyms. The season runs from Nov. 10-Dec. 15. Teams will play a double header each Saturday. Registration deadline is Oct. 26.

The Youth Basketball K-5 League is for all players in grades K-5th grade. Leagues play Saturday mornings and early afternoon at the South and the West Y beginning Nov. 3 through Dec. 15. Each team plays six games. Registration deadline is Oct. 22.

For more information, contact Barb Beckett at 933-9622 or visit

Millen stepping away from BTN job to focus on health

CHICAGO — Former NFL star and Detroit Lions executive Matt Millen is stepping away from his TV analyst job for the rest of this season to focus on his health.

The 60-year Millen has amyloidosis and has been seeking a heart transplant . The life-threatening illness often goes undiagnosed because its symptoms mimic those of more common diseases.

The Big Ten network made the announcement Wednesday. Millen worked five games this season and has been an analyst for the BTN since 2015.

His heart issues began in 2011 when he first felt chest pain while exercising. Tests showed nothing wrong for six years.

Millen won four Super Bowls as a player with the Raiders, 49ers and Redskins. His post-playing career included being a broadcaster before becoming general manager of the Lions.

Lions add Donnal while Lang deals with concussion

ALLEN PARK — The Detroit Lions signed offensive lineman Andrew Donnal to add depth because of the possible loss of starting guard T.J. Lang.

Detroit added Donnal to the roster on Wednesday, four days after cutting him.

Lang had a concussion in the first quarter of Detroit's loss at Dallas and did not return. He has played in three of four games this season, missing the defeat at San Francisco with a back injury.

Detroit claimed Donnal off waivers from Baltimore last month and did not play him in any of its three games before releasing him. He has started six games and played in 27 over three seasons with the Ravens and Rams.

Detroit (1-3) hosts the Green Bay Packers (2-1-1) on Sunday.

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