The Belding football team is back in a familiar position from many years ago. The Redskins are ranked in a tie for ninth in the state in the latest Associated Press Division 4 football poll.
Tri County 202, Whitehall 243: The Vikings got a Lakes 8 Conference win over the “other” Vikings Tuesday. Taylir Kral led Tri County with a 45…
Belding wins own tournament: The Redskins went 1-0-2 in rounbd-robin play at their own invitational Saturday, then faced Grand Rapids West Catholic in the finals and won 25-17, 25-13 to win the tournament..
The Belding football team continued to show its ability to be explosive on the offensive side of the ball Friday night in its Ottawa-Kent Blue Conference opener at Rudness Field. The Redskins scored 36 points in the opening half to take a commanding lead into the third en route to a 54-35 win.
Belding fourth, third at jamboree: The Redskins went to an O-K Blue Conference jamboree Wednesday at Comstock Park and gt a fourth-place finish from the boys and a third-place finish from the girls
Central Montcalm 2nd: The Hornets placed second behind Big Rapids at Tuesday’s CSAA Jamboree hosted by Chippewa Hills at The Pines. Big Rapids shot 367, while Central Montcalm shot 386…
Saturday morning started out as a great day for a run. Later in the morning, the same couldn’t be said as rain and lighting delays slowed the event and runners. Central Montcalm hosted 14 high school cross country teams and another 13 middle school teams for the 36th annual Mike Noll Hornet Run on Saturday. Area schools participating included Belding, Carson City-Crystal, Central Montcalm, Montabella and Vestaburg.
The Coopersville Broncos volleyball team went undefeated last year in league play en route to an O-K Blue Conference championship. After Thursday nights’ match, the Belding Redskins have the early hand in the league championship race this year. Belding played near flawless volleyball as they swept the Broncos 25-22, 25-22, 25-21.
I believe there was a collective “Wow” said several times from both the Belding Redskins and Greenville Yellow Jackets’ fans on Thursday night. On Thursday, the word expressed good and bad sentiments. As always with high school football, it is very tough to predict just how a season will fare. At least for schools not named Rockford, Lowell and East Grand Rapids, to name a few.
The Belding Redskins scored early and often. In the process, they stunned the capacity crowd on both sides of the football field. The Greenville Yellow Jackets had won five straight games and nine of the last 10 against the Redskins. The streak is no longer intact after the Redskins rolled up more than 400 yards rushing and convincingly defeated the Yellow Jackets 47-14.