It may be official, or unofficial, but whatever the fact may be, Bob Dumond knows the historic football rivalry between Greenville and Belding has long passed the mark that many people believed was going to be next year.
As a sports editor who covers multiple teams for up to eight local high schools, I try not to be a “homer” for one particular team.
But I have to admit, after doing a story on Carson City-Crystal’s girls soccer team, it’s hard to not throw on an Eagles hat and root for them.
We’ve had our Daily News All-Area award winners, and now we recognize those players who might not fill up the stats book, but their team may not be as successful or enjoy the sport as much without them.
Landon Kemp was recognized for her stellar performance on the Greenville girls basketball team this year, getting honorable mention from The Associated Press and Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan. The four-year varsity senior point guard averaged 12 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals per game and scored her 1,000th career point this [...]
Daily News’ All-Area teams, Sixth Woman of the Year and Honorable Mentions
Daily News All-Area wrestling awards
Daily News All-Area boys basketball awards
With each wrestler that walked onto the mats at the state individual wrestling finals, there is a story of hard work, dedication as well as triumph and heartbreak.
Landon Kemp continues to rewrite the Michigan pole vaulting record books. The Greenville High School senior broke the Michigan Indoor Track Series (MITS) record for pole vaulting, clearing 13 feet, 6 inches at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids Saturday.
Lowell and Greenville went into their final game of the regular season tied for the Ottawa-Kent White Conference lead, meaning the winner of Friday night’s game won the conference. The Red Arrows used defense to win the game and conference, beating the Yellow Jackets 43-28 in Greenville.