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.
CC-Crystal 3-2: The Eagles hosted the MSAC tournament on Saturday and finished in a tie for third with Montabella. CC-Crystal defeated Ashley 25-19, 25-9, Vestaburg 25-11, 25-21 and Montabella 25-20, 19-25, 15-11…
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.
Central Montcalm 3, Big Rapids 0: The Green Hornets finished second in the CSAA-Gold after beating the Cardinals 25-19, 25-22, 25-21 Tuesday night. Kenzie Rutz led in kills with nine, Sam Nichols had two blocks, Paiton Bartz had five aces and nine digs and Jenna Switzer added 20 assists…
Carson City-Crystal felt like it was getting a little bit shortchanged when it comes to playing football under the Friday night lights in October before Vestaburg gave the Eagles their money’s worth for the first time in three weeks. Led by three touchdowns from Dallas O’Green, the Eagles scored nearly a point a minute in a 45-19 Mid-State Activities Association victory at Vestaburg, but the Wolverines made the Eagles battle for a full 48 minutes in Friday’s annual Salute the Soldiers game.
The game that honors those who have served in branches of the United States military is set for tonight.
The annual Salute Our Soldiers game will take place between Vestaburg and visiting Carson City-Crystal.
Carson City-Crystal turned back to the clock to honor some of its athletic heroes from the past Friday night, just before the Eagles football team turned the running clock on the visiting Ashley Bears. The Eagles played a nearly flawless first half of football — scoring 31 points in the second quarter — to jump out to a 38-0 lead before settling for a 45-0 victory at home.
Tri County 3, Newaygo 0: The Vikings won their CSAA-Gold match over the Lions Tuesday, winning 25-12, 25-23, 25-17. Leading Tri COunty was Lena Thompson with nine kills, Dani Stewart with 17 digs, Taylor Prins had 21 assists and Autumn Stears had five blocks…
For the second time, Carson City-Crystal High School will be inducting a group of athletes into its Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place at halftime of Friday’s home football game against Ashley. Last year, Don Baese, a longtime varsity coach; athlete Brenda (Smith) Jolls and the 1973 boys cross country team (state champions) were in the inaugural class. This year, the 1983 girls track team, Mike Karasinski, Rich Pilkington and Roland Carter will be inducted.