The group of seniors that led the 2017 Greenville Yellow Jackets team leaves not only a stamp of success on this year but one that has elevated the program’s expectations for the future, as well.
After five successful years, the Tri Greenville triathlon has proven to be more than just a three-event feat for athletes.
Central Montcalm’s golf team set a goal to make the Division 3 state tournament this year. While the Green Hornets didn’t get there, “we are getting close,” said coach Gary Buchholz.
Tri County’s boys golf team went through some growing pains this year. The Vikings finished seventh out of eight teams that sponsor golf in the Central State Activities Association (CSAA).
Zane Forist and Evan Houck will soon be testing their skills on one of the newest and biggest stages for youth football in the state.
Belding’s new competitive club disc golf team got its first taste of head-to-head competition Saturday at Brewer Park. The 10-man team consisting of Belding student-athletes finished third out of six teams that participated in Saturday’s Michigan High School Disc Golf Championship, finishing only 10 strokes behind Paw Paw.
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New pitch count rule has high school pitchers readjusting their approaches on the mound.
The trouble with success sometimes is not being prepared for failure. For the Tri County Vikings soccer team, 2017 will be remembered as the program’s finest year, having gone 19-2 overall, winning a share of the Central State Activities Conference and earning the team’s first district title.
In the attempt to encourage children to get outside and be more active this summer, E.J. Wolf, who is a pastor at the Frost Seventh Day Adventist Church near Stanton, is coordinating the inaugural Mid-Montcalm Youth Triathlon, which will be held Aug. 27 at Montcalm Community College (MCC).