Greenville graduate Tyler Keselring was anxiously waiting to hear his name announced for an at-large bid to the NCAA wrestling championships on Wednesday. The Central Michigan senior instead saw two wrestlers he defeated during the regular season earn at-large bids for the championships March 19-21 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
Tyler Keselring doesn’t want his wrestling career to be finished. The Greenville graduate and Central Michigan University senior is anxiously awaiting Wednesday afternoon to find out if he has earned an at-large bid to the NCAA wrestling championships March 19-21 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Mo.
he Greenville Yellow Jackets started strong and even put a little scare into the Northview Wildcats. In the end, Northview still had too many weapons and were able to overcome an early deficit in a 60-43 Class A district tournament opening round win on Monday night.
Blood, sweat and tears. Not in any particular order, but that is the life of a wrestler. Without any of the three, success on the mat is hard to come by.
Individual state wrestling finals results, with 13 of 22 area wrestlers placing.
Stephen Hilliker has been making annual trips to the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s state wrestling finals at the Palace of Auburn Hills for years. The past seven, in fact, to watch Greenville wrestlers like Jordan Thomas, Alec Ward, Michael Schmidt and others.
After two days, six area wrestlers are in position to earn the ultimate achievement — an individual state championship. The Michigan High School Athletic Association’s season-ending extravaganza — with nearly 900 wrestlers taking part — began on Thursday and concludes with the championship matches today starting at 4:45 p.m.
First round results from the MHSAA individual state wrestling tournament at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
With just seconds on the clock in overtime, Sophia Sanfillippo faded from the paint, released her shot and found nothing but the bottom of the net. That shot, which created a scrum of white jerseys at mid court, gave the Forest Hills Central a thrilling 65-63 overtime victory in the Class A district semifinals over the Greenville Yellow Jackets on Wednesday night.
It was a showcase between two of the area’s best basketball players in a head-to-head battle on the court. While Carson City-Crystal’s Grant Gage and Central Montcalm’s Lane Ledford put on a great show — combining for 36 points — it was Kyler Simmon and Kolton Kavanagh hitting shot after shot to help the Eagles fend off the Hornets in a 59-51 win at home on Tuesday.