Cedar Springs 5, Greenville 0: The Yellow Jackets were shut out for the second time Wednesday night, this time by the Red Hawks, who scored three times in the first half. Kirsten Hilliker had 10 saves on the night…
Greenville sweeps Cedar Springs: The Yellow Jackets remained undefeated with a pair of wins against Cedar Springs at home on Tuesday. Greenville mercied the Red Hawks 10-0 in five innings in game one…
The Carson City-Crystal Eagles softball team could have won two games against Pewamo-Westphalia, according to coach Samantha Jensen. But two near-comebacks resulted in losses of 13-10 and 10-8 Monday.
Lakeview, Vestaburg split: The Wildcats opened the season with a win and a loss against the Wolverines Thursday, losing the first game 3-2 on a bases-loaded walk, but winning the second game 4-2…
arson City-Crystal’s softball team lost seven seniors from last year’s team. But coach Samantha Jensen won’t call this a rebuilding year.
It’s been a remarkable run for the Carson City-Crystal girls basketball team.
Not just this season, but in the past three seasons, the Eagles won 59 games, three league and three district championships.
There would be no putback by Emily VanVliet for Grandville Calvin Christian to send Carson City-Crystal to the sidelines this time. The Eagles made 11 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter and held off a late charge by the Squires to win 38-34 in the Class C girls regional semifinal Tuesday night.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association individual wrestling tournament is an exhilarating three-day weekend full of joy and heartbreak. Overall, the area had 26 wrestlers earn their way through a grueling team regular season and then individual district and regional tournaments to reach the state finals. In the end, 12 of those wrestlers placed at least eighth in their respective weight classes and divisions.
First round results from the MHSAA individual state wrestling tournament.
Carson City-Crystal’s girls basketball team used their signature defense to beat a very good team Wednesday night. The Eagles, ranked eighth in the state in Class C by The Associated Press, held the Pewamo-Westphalia (P-W) Pirates to just six points in the first half en route to a 34-21 win in the Class C district tournament.