Chip Burch

Greenville’s Kody Wilcox, in front, is about to be taken down by Wyoming High’s Nick Ramriez during the teams’ dual meet Jan. 21. - File photo

Greenville’s wrestling team preps for Wednesday, Friday

Greenville’s wrestling team will be quite busy this week. First is a quadrangular at Grand Rapids Northview on Wednesday. The Yellow Jackets will face the host Wildcats and Sparta.

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Belding girls top Broncos’ McCarthy sisters

Belding’s girls basketball team didn’t disappoint the crowd that was at Fill The Gym night. The Redskins came away with their 10th win of the season Friday night, knocking off the Coopersville Broncos 48-31.

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CHIP’S CLIPS: Did Tigers do enough to win?

With the weather forecast showing bitter cold next week, it’s time to start thinking about warmer things. The Detroit Tigers’ spring training is just around the corner, right? Pitchers and catchers report Feb. 19.

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Lakeview continues winning, beats Central Montcalm

Lakeview’s boys basketball team showed Central Montcalm why they are one of the best teams in the area. The Wildcats held their rival, the Green Hornets, to just six points in the first quarter, then hung on to beat them 49-42 Tuesday night.

Greenville’s Stephen Hilliker, top, tries to turn over Wyoming High’s Gustavo Moreno during the 119-pound match between the two teams Wednesday night. Hilliker pinned Moreno in a minute. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Greenville wrestlers beat Wyoming High, lose to Comstock Park

Greenville’s wrestling team got the win they wanted Wednesday night. The Yellow Jackets beat Wyoming High 62-14 in an O-K Bronze Conference meet at Allinder Gym.

Belding’s Blake Rodarmer tries to turn Sparta’s Dave Mosher over during the teams’ dual meet Wednesday night. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Belding wrestlers spilt at FH Northern

elding’s wrestling team had been cruising along without a loss in the first half of the season. Then they ran into one of the toughest teams in the O-K Blue Conference.

Carson City-Crystal’s Grant Gage, middle, puts up a shot between Beal City’s Tucker Gross (2) and Chase Rollin (24) during Monday night’s game. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Beal City boys hold on to beat CC-Crystal

Carson City-Crystal’s boys basketball team started out with three straight wins. After losing 56-54 to Beal City Monday, the Eagles have lost two back-to-back.

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CC-Crystal beats Sacred Heart in battle of top ranked teams

A pair of No. 1-ranked teams had a classic down-to-the wire match-up that came down to the last shot. Carson City-Crystal, ranked No. 1 in Class C in the first Associated Press poll posted this season, outlasted Class D No. 1-ranked Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart 38-37.

Carson City-Crystal’s Lincoln Burnham, top, tries to turn over Dansville’s Evan Farrier during the teams’ match Wednesday. - Daily News/Chip Burch

CC-Crystal wrestlers off to good start in CMAC

Carson City-Crystal’s wrestling team opened their Central Michigan Athletic Conference season with a pair of wins Wednesday. The Eagles knocked off the Dansville Aggies and the Bath Fighting Bees in a triangular in the West Gym. They beat Dansville 48-33 and Bath 57-24.

Carson City-Crystal’s Regan Heckman, left, looks for someone to pass to as Fulton’s Connor Proctor closes in during the teams’ game Saturday night. - Daily News/Chip Burch

CC-Crystal girls hold off Fulton 36-32

Carson City-Crystal’s girls basketball team got a win Saturday, but it wasn’t easy. The Eagles held off a difficult Fulton team with a 36-32 win in the first game of the “Battle On M-57.”