The Greenville Yellow Jackets are starting to make scoring touchdowns easy. The Yellow Jackets racked up more than 600 total yards, reached the 60-point mark for the second time and scored on six consecutive possessions during one stretch in a dominating 63-28 O-K Bronze opening win at Wyoming on Friday night.
The Carson City-Crystal Eagles boys basketball program will have a new head coach this winter. CC-Crystal graduate and former Alma College basketball player Cory Schneider will take over for Ryan Fritz as the varsity boys basketball head coach.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets were in attack mode. Unfortunately, Wyoming Wolves goalkeeper Jesse Flores was in defense mode. Flores, a senior, made save after save on Tuesday night as the Wolves held off a late Greenville surge for a 2-1 victory in an O-K Bronze soccer match.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets wanted a fast start. They did just that. The Yellow Jackets scored twice and added a pair of two-point conversions on their first two drives to open a 16-0 advantage en route to a 52-12 thumping of Wayland Union on Friday night.
The rain didn’t damper the celebration at Legacy Field. On Friday, Greenville High School inducted its third class into the Athletic Hall of Fame. Three individuals and one team joined the 14 others already in the Hall of Fame.
Greenville coach Dave Moore said the Yellow Jackets needed to stop the running game of the Comstock Park Panthers. It took a half, but the Yellow Jackets did just that. Trailing 16-14 at halftime, Greenville held the Panthers scoreless in the second half and pounded out three touchdowns of its own for a 37-16 victory on Friday night at Legacy Field.
The Montabella Mustangs will not be playing a football game on Friday. At least an official game. The Mustangs were set to host Manistee Catholic Central, but the Sabers had to forfeit the game due to a lack of players. The same reason was cited when the Carson City-Crystal Eagles had two games canceled last year, one against Manistee Catholic Central and the other against Ashley.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets were coming off a dominating 6-1 win over the Lowell Red Arrows in its last game. With a 3-2 record, the Yellow Jackets were off to one of their better starts in recent seasons. On Tuesday, perennial powerhouse Northview made the trip to Greenville, which would be a great game to gauge how good these Yellow Jackets really were.
What a difference a week makes. A week ago, the Greenville Yellow Jackets were rolling up 600 plus yards of total offense in a lopsided win over rival Belding. On Friday, the Yellow Jackets failed to find any semblance of week one’s powerful offense.
The Greenville High School Athletic Hall of Fame is about to increase in size. On Sept. 12, the third class will be inducted into the hall of fame during a halftime ceremony of the Yellow Jackets football game against Comstock Park at Legacy Field. A tailgate dinner and pre-game celebration will also take place for family and friends of this year’s inductees.