Carson City-Crystal’s Drew Stout, dark jersey, is hit by a Montabella player after throwing a pass Friday night. Stout finished with 316 yards passing, four touchdowns and rushed for 98 yards. (Daily News | Chip Burch)

Carson City-Crystal’s Stout has stellar game versus Montabella

On a night when Carson City-Crystal (CC-C) inducted three members into its Sports Hall of Fame, Drew Stout made himself famous.

The Eagles’ sophomore quarterback threw for four touchdowns and scored three more rushing to lead CC-C over the Montabella Mustangs 50-18 Friday night in the Mid-State Activities Conference (MSAC) opener for both teams.

Matt Tredenick is a 1983 CC-C graduate who was a football and wrestling stand-out for the Eagles.

Carson City-Crystal to induct 3 to Hall of Fame during Eagles football game Sept. 9

Three new members will be added to Carson City-Crystal’s Athletic Hall of Fame this year and will be inducted at the Sept. 9 home football game.

The new members are Mike Burns, Matt Tredenick and Maria Ingraham. They join the 2015 and 2014 class.

Greenville’s Haley Peters, middle, attacks over the block of Charlotte’s Brianna Hasler, left, and Alex Withney during the finals of the Carson City-Crystal Invitational on Friday. (Daily News | Chip Burch)

Greenville uses extra points to win Carson City-Crystal tourney

It took a few more points than Greenville’s volleyball team would have liked, but the Yellow Jackets got the win they wanted Friday.

Greenville put away the Charlotte Orioles in extra points in the final game of the finals of the Carson City-Crystal Invitational, with the final game going 31-29 in the Jackets’ favor. Normal games go to 25 points.

Carson City-Crystal’s Ryan Argersinger tries to dodge two Saranac Redskins players during the first half the the Eagle’s season-opening game at Carson City-Crystal on Friday evening. The Eagles suffered a 45-6 loss. (Daily News | Ryan Schlehuber)

Young CC-C team absorbs season-opening loss to Saranac

After Carson City-Crystal’s 45-6 season-opening loss to Saranac on Friday evening, new Eagles head coach Ben Brock knows there’s a lot of work to do.

With a young team — including three freshmen and and six sophomores playing on the varsity level — Brock knows his team will be hard challenged in every game. Against Saranac, his team got to see a varsity-level style it needed to see in order to improve.

Belding’s Summer Eubank, far left, attacks between Central Montcalm’s Libby Ledford, middle, and Kenzie Rutz during the finals of the Daily News Volleyball Invitational Saturday. (Daily News | Chip Burch)

Hornets start season off winning Daily News Invitational crown

Central Montcalm’s volleyball team found a good way to start its season Saturday. The Green Hornets won the Daily News Volleyball Tournament, beating the host Belding Redskins in three games in the championship game to win.

Daily News sports editor Ryan Schlehuber

No time to waste: ‘Hit the line hard’ as new sports editor

Here it’s my first week as Daily News sports editor, and I’m already playing from behind.

Having accepted the new position on Monday, transitioning from features editor and filling the vacancy left by my dear friend and longtime and much-respected Sports Editor Bruce Bentley, I’ve had to “hit the line hard” and catch up with teams, local athletic directors and coaches as high school fall sports season is already upon us.

Nash Aiken tries to catch the football during the second day of practice at the practice field Tuesday night.

CC-C continues practicing for first game of season

CARSON CITY — Learning the spread offense continued for Carson City-Crystal’s football team Tuesday. The Eagles practiced the spread offense on the practice field behind the baseball diamond for the second day in the heat of the afternoon. Coach Ben Brock was thankful for the opportunity to take over as coach from Devin Pringle. “It [...]

Ben Austin, 11, catches a pass during the Carson City-Crystal youth football camp Monday.

CC-C youth learn new offense at two-day football camp

New Carson City-Crystal varsity football coach Ben Brock is installing a spread offensive scheme at the high school level.

The spread offense is also being taught to those under high school age.

Bruce Bentley

SPORTS GALORE: One last column, one last thank you

I’ve been thinking for a few weeks on what and how to write my final column as sports editor of The Daily News. As I write this column, I’m still not exactly sure what to say, so I’m just going to type what comes to mind. After 15 1/2 years, today is my final day working for Stafford Publishing.

Carson City-Crystal's Dallas O'Green delivers a pitch during the Division 3 regional semifinals against Montague in Lakeview on Saturday.

CC-C baseball reaches, loses 8-5 in D3 regional final

Carson City-Crystal began the Division 3 regional baseball tournament as underdogs.
They finished the tournament just a few runs shy of a regional championship after falling 8-5 in the finals to the Mason County Central Spartans at Lakeview High School on Saturday.