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Greenville tackle Tyler Kuiper (75) tries to fend off a couple of Comstock Park defensive players during Friday’s game. - Courtesy photo/Jamie McNinch

Comstock Park rolls past Yellow Jackets 42-0

A high scoring game was expected between two talented offensive teams. Both the Greenville Yellow Jackets and Comstock Park Panthers entered Friday’s game averaging 39 points per game. Unfortunately for the Yellow Jackets, the expected offensive explosion was one-sided.

Greenville’s Keegan Goetz sends a shot past Tri County keeper Eric Hayden during Thursday’s game. The shot just missed to the left, but Goetz finished with three goals. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Smith helps Greenville soccer to 7-3 win over Tri County

Kyle Smith was the difference. The Greenville Yellow Jackets scored seven goals, but it was the play of Smith in goal who keyed a 7-3 home victory over the Tri County Vikings on Thursday. In all, Smith made 16 saves for the Yellow Jackets including a penalty kick save on goal-scoring machine Dylan Matulis late in the second half.

Greenville running back Nolan MacMillen carries the ball against Kenowa Hills at home last week. For the season, MacMillen has carried the ball 10 times for 138 yards and two touchdowns. - Courtesy photo/Jamie McNinch

Greenville looks to bounce back on football field

Last week, Kenowa Hills rebounded from an opening season loss to win in week two at the expense of the Greenville Yellow Jackets. This week, the Yellow Jackets will be looking for the same type of bounce back win at the expense of the Comstock Park Panthers. The Panthers (2-0) defeated Wyoming last week 30-22 and will host the Yellow Jackets (1-1), which lost at home 49-26 to the Knights. Greenville topped Belding 52-29 in week one.

Greenville’s Alec O’Connor (1) and Nolan MacMillen (8) bring down Kenowa Hills running back Ryan Doyle during Thursday’s game at Legacy Field. Doyle rushed for 359 yards.  - Courtesy photo/Jamie McNinch

Kenowa Hills runs wild in 49-26 win over Greenville

Kenowa Hills is big and physical along the offensive line. Ryan Doyle was the beneficiary of that size. The Knights senior rushed for 359 of Kenowa’s 449 rushing yards in a 49-26 victory over the Greenville Yellow Jackets at Legacy Field on Thursday night.

Greenville’s Kyle Farmer, left, tries to maneuver the ball around Lakeview’s Ricky Harvey during the teams’ game Monday. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Greenville soccer takes down Lakeview

Greenville’s boys soccer players didn’t let a little thing like a one-hour delay bother them. The Yellow Jackets waited out the delay, then came out firing and mercied the Lakeview Wildcats 9-1 Monday night.

Greenville junior Calvin Syrjala tries to stiff-arm Belding’s Alex Hubbert during a 52-29 Yellow Jackets win in a season opening win at Rudness Field. - Courtesy photo/Jamie McNinch

Greenville starts quick in opening win at Belding

Big and physical are just a couple of words to describe the Greenville Yellow Jackets offensive line. Throw in an uptempo offense and the Yellow Jackets provide quick scoring capability and the ability to wear down an opponent, especially, when that opponent is young and lacking depth.

Greenville’s Felicia Callahan nears the finish line at last year’s annual Central Montccalm Hornet Run. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Greenville girls ready for cross country season

The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls cross country team will begin the season in just a few days. Even though the team returns five runners from last year’s squad, the Yellow Jackets will be a small team.

Greenville junior Keegan Cossou goes up for a touchdown grab along the back of the end zone against Muskegon Mona Shores during a scrimmage at Legacy Field on Wednesday. - Courtesy photo/Jamie McNinch

GHS scrimmages with three teams, opens season next week

The focus for the Greenville Yellow Jackets has officially turned toward next week’s season opening football game against rival Belding. That was the message from coach Dave Moore following a four team scrimmage at Legacy Field on Wednesday, which pitted the Yellow Jackets against East Lansing, Muskegon Mona Shores and Jenison.

Greenville’s Nathan Larson, middle, takes part in on-field activities prior to the Detroit Lions game at Ford Field on Thursday. Larson was there for the #MiKidsCan Play Like a Lions Challenge. - Courtesy photo

Greenville kid takes to field prior to Lions win

The Detroit Lions took to the field to open its preseason football schedule at Ford Field on Thursday. Also taking the field, prior to the Lions 23-3 win over the Jets, was Greenville 7-year-old Nathan Larson.

Greenville junior Keegan Cossou, at right, catches a pass during the first two-a-day football practice on Monday. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Greenville’s Cossou a top high school football recruit

Central Michigan and Toledo have already extended scholarship offers. More are expected to come. It’s safe to say, Greenville junior Keegan Cossou is one of the best high school football prospects in the class of 2017.