When you’re hot, you’re hot. As was the case with the Greenville Yellow Jackets on Friday night. The red hot Yellow Jackets knocked down 13 3-pointers, six of them by freshman Adele Kemp, in a 60-46 road win over rival Belding on Friday. The game was tight for 2 1/2 quarters before a flurry of 3-pointers midway through the third quarter propelled the Yellow Jackets their second win of the season.
Greenville 54, Belding 45: The Yellow Jackets got the win over their archrival Redskins on the road Friday night. Keegan Cossou had 12 points and Nate Kubec added 11 for Greenville. Brendan Dines led Belding, who had 10 3-pointers, with 12 points and Lucas McNinch added 10…
Vestaburg 54, Breckenridge 52: The Wolverines got a win in the season opener against the future MSAC opponent Huskies Tuesday night. Collin Dove had 22 points on 9-of-13 field-goal shooting to lead Vestaburg…
The shots started to fall in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case during the first three quarters. In the high school boys basketball season opener for both Greenville and Sparta, it was the Spartans who made enough shots and then sealed the game with free throws in a 37-30 road win on Tuesday night.
After 34 years of coaching football, Dave Moore was looking for a place to call home, a community to raise his two sons and for a job he could retire from. More than 13 years ago, Moore found that home after being hired as head coach of the Greenville Yellow Jackets football program. On Friday, after 13 years as the Yellow Jackets’ head coach, Moore announced his retirement in front of his players and coaches. He finished his career as Greenville’s all-time winningest coach with a 63-61 record.
After 34 years of teaching and coaching football, Dave Moore is calling it a career. Moore has spent the past 13 years as head coach of the Greenville Yellow Jackets football program. He began his coaching career in Texas for 12 years, spent six years as head coach at Midland Bullock Creek and three years as an assistant coach at Midland prior to taking over the Greenville program.
GREENVILLE — Heavily-recruited Greenville junior girls basketball player Paige Hallock has had to make a decision as to where she wanted to play in college. She had been receiving offers for multiple schools. But on Tuesday, she posted on Twitter she verbally committed to play for Grand Valley State University. “I had known for about [...]
The energy was there, the effort was there, but there wasn’t enough points to go round between the two teams. The Greenville Yellow Jackets played tough, competitive volleyball against a very good Forest Hills Central Rangers team, but still fell in three close games in the first round of a Class A district opening game at home on Tuesday. FH Central — an honorable mention in the latest Class A poll by the Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association — won 25-22, 25-23, 25-18 to advance in the district tournament.
On Saturday across the state, 11 area cross country runners qualified for the state finals, which will take place at Michigan International Speedway (MIS) this coming Saturday. Included in the 11 runners are six from the Montabella girls team, which qualified with a third place finish at regional. In addition to the top three teams in each regional, the top 15 individual runners in each regional qualify for the state finals.
The final football game of the season is always an emotional one, win or lose. That’s especially true when the season hasn’t met expectations. On Friday, the final game of the 2015 season, a comeback attempt by Greenville fell short as the Wyoming Wolves used a game controlling ground attack to defeat the Yellow Jackets 44-34 at Legacy Field. Greenville started the season with a win at Belding, but lost seven of its final eight games to finish 2-7 overall. The loss to the Wolves left them 0-5 in the O-K Bronze.