After losing a heartbreaker to Carson City-Crystal on Tuesday, Central Montcalm coach Rob Putnam said he made some adjustments for Friday’s game against White Cloud. Apparently it worked, as the Green Hornets beat the Indians 52-44.
The “five-foot club” that was the Montabella volleyball team had themselves quite a year. The Mustangs, who named themselves the “five-foot club” due to the fact they had only two players taller than 5-foot-2, finished the season 12-16-2 overall and 5-4 in the Mid-State Activities Conference.
BLANCHARD — Kensi Garvey finished 13th at the cross country state finals in Division 4 Nov. 7. Now she’s going to continue her career at Ferris State. The Montabella senior signed a letter of intent to run cross country and track at the Division 2 school last week. “First off, it was who has the [...]
GREENVILLE — Heavily-recruited Greenville junior girls basketball player Paige Hallock has had to make a decision as to where she wanted to play in college. She had been receiving offers for multiple schools. But on Tuesday, she posted on Twitter she verbally committed to play for Grand Valley State University. “I had known for about [...]
Lakeview’s girls golf season didn’t end the way the Wildcats wanted it to. The Wildcats finished fifth in the five-team Central State Activities Association and that was because at the biggest conference meet of the season Lakeview couldn’t field a full team.
For one game at least, Lakeview volleyball coach Ashley Martz loved what her team was doing on the court. But unfortunately for her and the Wildcats, it was the last game of the season. The Beal City Aggies swept the Wildcats in the first round of the Class C district tournament Monday by scores of 25-20, 25-17, 28-26.
Tri County’s volleyball team had found themselves a perfect chance to get back at Central Montcalm for beating them during the regular season. They did it at the Green Hornets’ own invitational Saturday. Tri County beat Central Montcalm 25-18, 25-22 to win the Silver Division of the Hornets’ Halloween Invitational.
In the end, Carson City-Crystal’s football team made the Pewamo-Westphalia Pirates sweat a little. The Eagles led the undefeated Pirates at halftime, but turned the ball over three times in the second half and lost 42-21 in the first round of the Division 7 playoffs Friday night. The loss ends Carson City’s season at 6-3. But the Eagles had the looks to pull the upset.
When the Carson City-Crystal football team made the playoffs, no one really knew what was in store for them in the “second season.” Now that the Eagles know they will face Pewamo-Westphalia (P-W) in the first round, they know they have their work cut out for them. CC-Crystal (6-3) will face a Pirate team that went 9-0 in the regular season, winning the Central Michigan Athletic Conference by a game over Dansville.
Carson City-Crystal’s volleyball team made sure their “Dig Pink” night performance complimented their new uniforms. The Eagles swept M-57 rival Fulton 25-19, 25-22, 25-9 Thursday night on a night where they were raising money for breast cancer research.