Yellow Jackets coach Mark Haist is hoping his team will continue to fight and pick itself up after a 78-34 loss to Grand Rapids Central Monday.
Belding’s Mitchell Ward said he had butterflies when he went for his 100th career win Wednesday. “I was very nervous. I was super-nervous,” he said. “I didn’t want to let anyone down.” Ward didn’t, getting an 11-3 major decision over Wyoming Kelloggsville’s Connor Moore for win No. 100.
Central Montcalm and Tri County battled for the full 32 minutes to see who would take second behind Big Rapids in the Central State Activities Association (CSAA) Gold Division. That battle went to the Vikings, as they beat the Green Horntets 55-49 Friday night.
Tri County’s boys basketball team is still looking for its first win of the season. A bad first half turned into a rout Friday night, as Central Montcalm beat the Vikings 61-33 in a Central State Activities Association (CSAA) Gold Division game.
One thing that Carson City-Crystal girls basketball coach Tim Stout preaches to his Eagles at every practice is defense.
That defense came into play in a big way Thursday night.
The Eagles held the Ashley Bears to just seven field goals in a 39-16 win in a Mid-State Activities Conference (MSAC) game.
Tri County 145-pound wrestler Ben Behrenwald knew he was close to his 100th career win. He finally got it Jan. 18, beating Kalub Bonter of Grant 8-4 in a quadrangular meet with the Tigers and Fremont.
One bad quarter cost Greenville’s boys basketball team a win.
The Yellow Jackets scored only six points and were held to just one field goal in the third quarter in losing to Grand Rapids Northview 57-48 on Tuesday night.
Central Montcalm’s girls basketball team had a balanced attack Friday night.
The Green Hornets used both offense and defense to turn in a 70-36 win over the Reed City Coyotes in a Central State Activities Association-Gold Division matchup.
A couple of big runs doomed Montabella’s girls basketball team Thursday night.
The big runs came in the middle two quarters as Carson City-Crystal beat the Mustangs 52-31 in a Mid-State Activities Conference match.
BLANCHARD — A couple of big runs doomed Montabella’s girls basketball team Thursday night. The big runs came in the middle two quarters as Carson City-Crystal beat the Mustangs 52-31 in a Mid-State Activities Conference match. The Eagles (9-2, 5-2) started out with a 7-2 run over the first 4:35 of the opening quarter, only [...]