So long, Jim Leyland. I say that with sadness. I say that with respect. And I say that with admiration.
Greenville’s girls cross country team has had its struggles all season. Those struggles came to an end Monday when they won the Central Montcalm Pre-Regional Run.
Greenville’s girls golf team shot a better score in the second round of the Division 2 state finals, but lost a place in the final standings. The Yellow Jackets carded a 401 in the second round, bettering their Friday showing of 402 by a stroke.
Forest Hills Eastern scored the first and final touchdowns against the Greenville Yellow Jackets. It was the last one that hurt the most. After the Yellow Jackets pulled off a dramatic, final drive score to force overtime, the Eastern defense stepped up and their offense found the end zone one final time to defeat the Yellow Jackets 27-21 on Friday night at Legacy Field.
Coming into Friday night’s football game, the Forest Hills Northern Huskies had allowed just 65 points in six games. After seven games, they still have surrendered just 65 points.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team is returning to the Division 2 state finals for the fifth consecutive season. The Yellow Jackets secured their spot with a third place finish on Thursday at the regional tournament at The Links of Bowen Lake. The host Yellow Jackets fired a 399, which was seven shots better than Forest Hills Northern’s 406 and nine shots better than Lowell’s 408.
Newaygo 4, Lakeview 2: The Wildcats were outscored 4-1 in the second half and lost their final regular-season game Thursday. Ryohei Mitsui and David Wheeler had unassisted goals for the Wildcats in the loss…
Both the Greenville Yellow Jackets and West Catholic Falcons came into Friday’s game fighting for its playoff lives. Unfortunately, only one team could win. And unfortunately, for the Yellow Jackets, it wasn’t them.
The Detroit Tigers begin their quest for its first World Series win since 1984 tonight in Oakland with the start of the American League Divisional Series. Detroit locked up a playoff spot with its third consecutive Central Division title. It was the first time since 1907-09 that the Tigers had won its division three straight times.
Volleyball Vestaburg 3, Montabella 0: The Wolverines kept the Mustangs from winning the MSAC matchup with a 25-20, 25-10, 25-19 win over Montabella Thursday night. Ryalee Dove led Vestaburg with eight kills and seven aces and Anna Steinhouwer had six assists on the night. Records: Vestaburg is 7-12-5 and 1-2; Montabella is 0-19 and 0-4. [...]