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ROUNDUP: Prep basketball scores from Friday, Jan. 15

CC-Crystal 47, Montabella 31: The 10th-ranked Eagles outscored the Mustangs 17-1 in the second quarter and that was the difference in an MSAC game Friday night. Madi Weese had 13 points and Jenna Schneider had nine on three 3-pointers for CC-Crystal…

Greenville's Nolan MacMillen makes an over the shoulder catch against Forest Hills Eastern last October. Greenville's new football Eddie Ostipow coached the past three seasons at FH Eastern (19-12 overall).

Greenville hires Eddie Ostipow as new football coach

The head coaching position at Greenville High School was coveted by nearly 50 applicants. After a month of going through all of the applications, narrowing the field to eight, interviews and more, a decision was announced on Thursday. Eddie Ostipow, who has spent the past three years as head coach of Forest Hills Eastern, has been named Greenville’s new head coach. He replaces the retired Dave Moore, who spent 13 years as coach.

Lakeview’s Marc Leach looks to make a pass during the second half with Greenville’s Keegan Goetz guarding at home on Tuesday night. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Greenville edges Lakeview in 46-43 comeback victory

Alec O’Connor hit the first two. Will Huiet hit the final one. Those three consecutive 3-pointers by O’Connor and Huiet, trailing by five points, propelled the Greenville Yellow Jackets to a much needed late run in a 46-43 win over the Lakeview Wildcats on Tuesday night.

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ROUNDUP: Prep basketball scores from Tuesday, Jan. 12

Greenville 66, Lakeview 45: The Yellow Jackets held the Wildcats to just 25 percent from the field in beating Lakeview Tuesday night. The Kemp sisters led Greenville, with Adele getting 19 and Landon getting 18. Paige Hallock added nine points and 13 rebounds. Lakeview got 23 from Kirsten Johnson.

Tri County’s Dakota Greer, left, hand fights with Greenville’s Austin Dickinson in the 125-pound match at the Rockford Invitational on Saturday. Greer won by technical fall 16-1.- Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Tri County wrestlers win Rockford Invitational

The Tri County Vikings wrestling team continued its spectacular season with five more wins. The Vikings were perfect and defeated the Greenville Yellow Jackets 42-25 in the final match to win the Rockford Invitational on Saturday. It was the second time this season the Vikings knocked off the Yellow Jackets. It was also the first time in school history Tri County defeated Rockford.

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ROUNDUP: Prep basketball scores from Friday, Jan. 8

CC-Crystal 37, Sacred Heart 21: The Eagles remained undefeated in MSAC play after beating the Irish Thursday night. Kaleb Barrett had 18 of CC-Crystal’s 37 in the win…

Montabella’s Joel Bucao handles the ball with Vestaburg’s Christian Keeler applying the defensive pressure in an MSAC matchup on Thursday night. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Vestaburg pulls out late MSAC win at Montabella

The Vestaburg Wolverines earned its fifth win in as many tries this season, but it was anything but easy. Trailing most of the game, the Wolverines did not maintain a lead until the final 1:18 of the game in a 54-48 MSAC win at Montabella on Thursday night. Vestaburg coach Todd Halcomb said a win is a win, although he noted they were lucky to pull one out.

Greenville’s Matt Jeffrey nears a pin against his opponent from Sturgis on Saturday. The Yellow Jackets defeated Sturgis 45-28 and went 5-0 to win their own tournament. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Greenville cruises in own tournament

It’s always nice to be able to win a wrestling tournament as host, especially, after losing the year before. On Saturday, the host Greenville Yellow Jackets went a perfect 5-0 to reclaim top honors at its own invitational. A year ago, Sturgis defeated the Yellow Jackets to push the home into second place.

Greenville’s Adele Kemp, middle, battles Belding’s Hallee Breimayer for the ball during Friday’s rivaly game at Redskins Arena. Kemp scored 20 points in the Yellow Jackets 60-46 win. - Sports Pro Images/Jamie McNinch

Greenville shooters down rival Belding

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.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Friday, Dec. 11

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…