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CHIP’S CLIPS: The bests and worsts of Super Bowl XLIX

Sunday’s Super Bowl was one of the rare times when the game was actually a game throughout. The 28-24 win by the New England Patriots over the Seattle Seahawks was close, which helped the game get an overnight television rating of 49.7, according to Nielsen Media Research

Greenville’s Kody Wilcox, in front, is about to be taken down by Wyoming High’s Nick Ramriez during the teams’ dual meet Jan. 21. - File photo

Greenville’s wrestling team preps for Wednesday, Friday

Greenville’s wrestling team will be quite busy this week. First is a quadrangular at Grand Rapids Northview on Wednesday. The Yellow Jackets will face the host Wildcats and Sparta.

Greenville sophomore Paige Hallock goes up for a shot in the paint during the first half against Wyoming at home on Friday. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Wyoming takes command of O-K Bronze with win over Greenville

Both the Greenville Yellow Jackets and Wyoming Wolves girls basketball teams were conference champions in 2014. Now playing in the same league, the Wolves took command of the O-K Bronze with a 69-37 statement victory over the Yellow Jackets on Friday.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Friday, Jan. 30

Lakeview 53, Holton 17: The Wildcats hammered the Red Devils in a CSAA-Silver game Friday night. Nate Shurlow led Lakeview with 17 points and Jon Hansen added nine to the win…

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CHIP’S CLIPS: Did Tigers do enough to win?

With the weather forecast showing bitter cold next week, it’s time to start thinking about warmer things. The Detroit Tigers’ spring training is just around the corner, right? Pitchers and catchers report Feb. 19.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, Jan 27

Greenville 59, FH Eastern 47: The Yellow Jackets shot the ball well to earn their first O-K Bronze win of the season on Tuesday. Keegan Cossou dominated inside and scored a game-high 22 points. Ethan Morris scored 12 points, on three three-pointers, while Troy Bedenbaugh added 10 points…

Greenville assistant wrestling coach Bill Breen, right, calls out instruction during a match last season. Breen is up for a national coaching honor in June. - File photo

Greenville’s Breen a finalist for national coaching honor

Former Greenville High School assistant wrestling coach Bill Breen is a finalist of one of the top coaching honors in the nation. Breen, who is taking a year off from coaching this year, has been the Yellow Jackets assistant varsity wrestling coach for the past eight years. He has also coached football and baseball in the past, both in assistant and head coaching duties.

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THE REVIEW: Passing the torch

Watching the Detroit Red Wings prepare to take the ice at the Joe Louis Arena that evening, Ray Ferraro couldn’t have hidden the smile across his face, even if he wanted to. All those trips to the ice rink with his young son Landon had suddenly come to fruition for the 18-year hockey veteran, as his son made his way onto the rink for his NHL debut in the very arena that the elder Ferraro played his final game as a professional.

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COLLEGE ROUNDUP: A look at area athletes playing collegiately

Torrey Davis/Lake Forest College: The Greenville graduate, a junior, had four points, three rebounds and three assists in an 82-70 win over Cornell at home on Saturday…

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Saturday, Jan. 24

Greenville wins Fenton Invitational: The Yellow Jackets went undefeated to win the Fenton Invitational Saturday. Greenville opened with a 59-19 win over Hillsdale, then followed with a 48-24 win over Bay City John Glenn. The Jackets hammered Midland Dow 60-8 and Farmington High 62-18 and finished with a 47-28 win over Clinton…