The Michigan High School Athletic Association individual wrestling tournament started with districts around the state on Saturday. In all, 36 wrestlers from seven area schools advanced through districts to the regional tournament.
The Jackie Robinson West (JRW) Little League Baseball team from Chicago this week became just the third team in Little League Baseball World Series history to have wins and/or a championship vacated for rule violations. JRW was last summer’s sports sensation after winning the United States championship to reach the Little League World Series.
Lakeview 60, Morley Stanwood 51: The Wildcats remained undefeated in the CSAA-Silver after knocking off the Mohawks Friday night. Caleb Ruvalcaba led Lakeview with 33 points, 25 of which came in the first half…
Carson City-Crystal’s wrestling team began their road to Kellogg Arena for the team wrestling finals with another district title. The Eagles won both of their matches during the Division 4 district meet at Fulton High School on Thursday night.
Hastings 50, Greenville 46: The Yellow Jackets lost to the Saxons Tuesday night. Troy Bedenbaugh had 13 points and Mitch Niewoonder added 10 for Greenville…
The road to Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek begins tonight for high school wrestling teams in Divisions 1 and 3. That means Belding, Central Montcalm, Lakeview and Tri County will have their team districts tonight in Division 3. The winners advance to team regionals next week.
Darren and Dillen Decker are two of a kind … literally. The Carson City-Crystal duo are identical twins. To the untrained eye, it’s basically a 50/50 guess figuring out who’s who.
When you hear the words, “Pour then, winter, with your damp; storm and freeze outside. Drive your light flakes around in front of my closed windows,” what is the first thing that comes to mind? Believe it or not, the writer wasn’t channeling a typical Michigan winter day.
Carson City-Crystal coach Kacy Datema held back a few wrestlers from the Central Michigan Athletic Conference tournament Saturday at Fulton High School. Datema said if he hadn’t he may have won the conference title, as the Eagles finished second to Dansville in the tournament.
A close game between Carson City-Crystal and Coleman turned into a big win for the Eagles. The Eagles led by one at the half, but ended up blowing out the Comets 43-21, keeping CC-Crystal at the top of the Mid-State Activities Conference on Thursday night.