Football season seems like a long way off, but leaders of the Greenville football program are busy prepping for the fall season.
GREENVILLE — Belding’s softball team continued to roll Friday. Belding defeated its arch rival Greenville in a pair of games Friday, winning 14-0 in five innings and 13-3 in six innings. “We’ve been on a streak now,” Belding coach Sadie Stowell said. “Seven in a row. We’re finally clicking now and we’ve found a lineup [...]
All that was needed was some dramatic instrumental music to go with the fast, physical and highly entertaining soccer match between Lakeview and Greenville, which the two teams ended up tying 2-2 Friday.
When Keegan Cossou stepped up to the plate, with his team down by one in the last inning Tuesday, all he wanted was to make good contact.
That he did, sending the high pitch from Forest Hill Northern’s (FHN) pitcher over the fence, giving the Yellow Jackets a dramatic 3-2 win to sweep the Huskies in the doubleheader, having won 4-2 in the first game.
Although Andrew Mason of Gowen and Kelli Ludwig of Ada were the first male and female to cross the finish line, all 374 participants of the 10th consecutive Yellow Jacket Challenge made history Sunday.
Reece Burden is in his last year of playing baseball at Greenville, but recently he has made plans to continue his career on the diamond.
Last Thursday, the three-year varsity Greenville outfielder signed a letter of intent with Cleary University, where he will join the Cougars baseball team, as well.
GREENVILLE — For the 10th year running — literally — The Yellow Jacket Challenge 5K run and 1K walk will take place Sunday. The Yellow Jacket Challenge is a run and walk that is put on by the Education Foundation of Greenville, where all proceeds will go. The 5K run will start at 2 p. [...]
A four-run seventh-inning rally awakened the offense for Greenville that led to a 7-5 win in its first game against Central Montcalm Saturday.
Since moving up to the varsity soccer team as a freshman, Greenville’s Kenna Allen has heard the talk around the league that her team is known as a bit of a push-over.
With the help of a new coach, a new attitude and a new outlook on the program, the senior captain believes Greenville girls soccer is going to shock a lot of people this spring.
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.