Central Montcalm 53, Holton 39: The Green Hornets held the Red Devils to just four points in the first quarter and ran away with the CSAA matchup Saturday…
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls basketball team won a conference title last year for the first time since 1990. On Friday night, the Yellow Jackets took a another step toward winning a second consecutive O-K Bronze title with a 51-40 win over Forest Hills Eastern (9-5, 3-1).
The Big Ten men’s basketball season is looking more and more like it will be a two-horse race through the beginning of March. Because of the Big Ten’s depth it was expected the regular season league champion could possibly have four and maybe even five losses.
Wrestling’s second season begins tonight for the Greenville Yellow Jackets. The Yellow Jackets travel to Grand Rapids West Catholic tonight, weather permitting, for the O-K Bronze Conference tournament.
After back-to-back mild winters, this winter has been anything but. The extreme cold, wind and snow has cause schools to cancel class multiple times this winter already. This week alone, students have missed four straight days.
Winning goes hand-in-hand with the Greenville Yellow Jackets wrestling program. The Yellow Jackets have won eight consecutive district titles, four straight regional titles and won the schools only state championship in 2008. Individually, Greenville consistently produces district, regional and state champions, as well.
The Lakeview Wildcats lost its first two games of the season. One of those losses was to the Morley Stanwood Mohawks. Apparently, the Wildcats were tired of losing, because they have not done so since.
The Carson City-Crystal Eagles girls basketball team extended its winning streak to nine games on Thursday. More importantly, the Eagles revenged an early season loss against the Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart Irish.
Four area teams participated in Saturday’s individual wrestling format Lakeview Invitational. The Tri County Vikings placed second out of 15 teams with 157.5 points. Behind tournament winner Mason County Central’s 172.
Boys basketball CC-Crystal 65, Beal City 52: The Eagles made up a game that was postponed Jan. 6 due to weather, beating the Aggies Saturday night. Aaron Haines led CC-Crystal with 13, Garret Tabor added 12 and Rhett Pringle added 10 for the Eagles. Record: 5-3. Next game: at home agianst Highland Park Academy Tuesday [...]