Ashley Seals spent one year as varsity volleyball coach at Carson City-Crystal. Seals resigned to take a full-time job in Alma. Seals remains as the Eagles’ first-ever varsity girls soccer coach.
The difference between Belding’s girls soccer team and Carson City-Crystal’s soccer team was on display Friday night. The experienced Redskins had no problems beating the first-year Eagles, needing only 53 minutes of running time for an 8-0 mercy.
Carson City-Crystal softball coach Bob Naumann finally had something to feel good about. After having endured a losing streak that reached 12 games, the Eagles got two wins against Montabella on Tuesday, winning 4-3 and 18-7.
A Belding senior will be one of the first members of the Cornerstone University women’s bowling team. Alyviah Mason signed her letter of intent to bowl for Cornerstone in front of her family and her Belding softball teammates Friday.
Greenville’s softball team had to deal with cold and wind, despite the school’s best attempts to shield them from it. The Yellow Jackets were initially bothered by Thursday’s cold in the first game of their doubleheader with Grand Rapids Northview enough to lose the first game 13-6, but they rebounded to win the second game 5-2.
For the second time in three months, Central Montcalm has a new varsity football coach. This time it’s David Clay, who was an assistant to Marty James last season. Clay also coached Montabella as a varsity coach, resigning two seasons ago.
Belding runner Monica Baylis has her future plans set. The senior track standout announced Tuesday on Twitter she will be running track for Michigan State University next spring.
A young Greenville girls tennis team improved from their first match to their second, according to coach Cody Staup. The Yellow Jackets lost to Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills 5-3, but Staup still wasn’t too unhappy.
Tri County’s baseball team was still stinging from going 0-4 in a trip to Indiana over spring break. However, the Vikings came out of that funk in a hurry Tuesday night.
Tri County’s baseball team is back home after spending the spring break in Indiana, playing baseball against high school teams in the Hoosier State. The Vikings came away without a win, but it was partially because the teams in Indiana are so good, said coach Chris Overbeek.