CC-Crystal 38, Ashley 7: Dallas O’Green had four touchdown runs for the Eagles as they won their MSAC matchup with the Bears Friday night. Zach Pringle and Tabor Erskin had the other scores for CC-Crystal…
Depending on what bowling establishment you bowl in, you could be bowling in a bigger league. Or a smaller one. An informal poll of local bowling houses has shown a mixed bag when it comes to the number of leagues over the past few years.
We hold our position as the center of our parents’ universe until that fateful day when mom and dad walk through the door from the hospital with our newest brother or sister and instantly the mentality engrained from birth makes its way into existence. Sibling rivalry, specifically between brothers produces a level of competitive drive and the urgency to stay a step ahead with every accomplishment.
Carson City-Crystal’s football team needed to break a two-game losing streak. Montabella’s needed to start another winning streak. The Eagles broke their streak.
Lakeview 8, Kent City 0: The Wildcats mercied the Eagles in just 51 minutes in Wednesday’s CSAA contest. Jonathan Hansen had five goals, Nate Davis had a goal and an assist, Mark Leach and Dan Steele had goals and Jacob Tannis had two assists to Spencer Kamp’s one…
When the anticipated emotions during regular season play involve hyperventilating, fits of rage, sudden bursts of sobbing like an infant and routine checking of one’s blood pressure, you’re guaranteed to hear an opinion or two on the direction of the franchise. Let’s be honest. What feeds the soul of a frustrated baseball fan more than a good round of heckling?
Belding 3, West Catholic 0: The Redskins earned another win in the O-K Blue win a shutout win over the Falcons on Tuesday night. Belding won 25-15, 25-15, 25-12. Brooke Linebaugh led the Redskins with 14 assists and three aces…
The Carson City-Crystal Eagles boys basketball program will have a new head coach this winter. CC-Crystal graduate and former Alma College basketball player Cory Schneider will take over for Ryan Fritz as the varsity boys basketball head coach.
To the city of Grand Rapids, the appreciation and enthusiasm for athletics in any form is undeniable. The rich traditions of “Tiger Town,” “Hockey Town” and the many additional aliases of West Michigan’s big brother Detroit, a few hours south have quickly become engrained into the programs that Grand Rapids has been so privileged to welcome over the course of time.
Everyone has a story to tell. For local entrepreneur Bob Sullivan it spans generations and encompasses some of the greatest moments in Michigan’s storied history of business and baseball.