Greenville senior forward Mallory Hinken (20) takes a shot over Morley Stanwood freshman forward Bre Berry during the first half of Tuesday’s game in Greenville. The Yellow Jackets won 71-52, with Hinken scoring 10 points and grabbing four rebounds. (Sports Pro Images | Jamie McNinch)

Defensive play earns Greenville its third win of the season against Morley Stanwood

If there is one thing Adele Kemp learned from Greenville’s 71-52 win over Morley Stanwood Tuesday, it is forgetting about a bad game. Last Friday, in a win against rival Belding, the Greenville girls basketball team dominated the Redskins, however, Kemp didn’t have her usual stellar performance. On Tuesday, however, the sophomore point guard was back on track, scoring 25 points, grabbing eight rebounds and collecting four assists.

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Daily News fall sports Spark Plug Players of the Year

Recognizing our local “spark plug” players from our fall sports season.

Greenville’s Gavin Cossou (32) blocks the shot of Belding’s Josh VanDyke (10) during Friday night’s game. (Daily News | Chip Burch)

Greenville boys use runs to beat Belding, 51-44

Three times during the boys basketball game between Greenville and Belding Friday night the Yellow Jackets started out on big runs. Those runs led to a 51-44 win by Greenville over the Redskins in the teams’ annual rivalry game.

A scramble for the ball involves, from left, Belding’s Avery German, Greenville’s Landon Kemp, Belding’s Alyssa German and Greenville’s Mallory Hinken during Friday night’s game. (Daily News | Chip Burch)

Greenville girls basketball overcome early deficit, beat Belding 61-37

For a moment, Greenville’s girls basketball team experienced a bit of deja vu. The Yellow Jackets, coming off a loss to Central Montcalm Tuesday, fell behind against their archrival Belding early Friday. However, defense took care of that.

Taking over for longtime Greenville football coach Dave Moore, Eddie Ostipow helped lead the Yellow Jackets to a 5-4 regular season record and a spot in the MHSAA playoffs, something Greenville hadn’t done since 2010. (File photo)

ALL-AREA COACH OF THE YEAR: Eddie Ostipow, Greenville

It didn’t take long for Eddie Ostipow to make an impact on Greenville’s football team.

Greenville’s Landon Kemp (13) looks to pass while guarded by Cedar Springs’ Aailyah Sargent (33) during the teams’ game Jan. 15.

Greenville girls hoopsters get ready for the coming season

GREENVILLE — Practice for high school girls basketball teams began two weeks ago, with Greenville joining teams around the state in getting ready for the 2016- 2017 season. The Yellow Jackets are coming off last season’s O- K Bronze Conference title and an appearance in the Class A regional semifinals. But there is no O-K [...]

Carol Klein of Greenville became the first woman to throw a perfect bowling game at Sheridan Lanes in the house’s history when she did it Monday night.

Greenville woman rolls first 300 game in Sheridan Lanes’ history

Carol Klein picked an interesting location to get her first career 300 game.

Klein, 52, became the first woman to ever throw a perfect game at Sheridan Lanes when she did it during her Monday Night Women’s League.

Senior quarterback Jason Whitens (15) scampers down the field for an 89-yard touchdown run to put his Powers North Central Jets up 14-0 against the Deckerville Eagles during the MHSAA eight-man football state finals at Greenville’s Legacy Field Friday. The Jets repeated as champions, winning 58-22. (Daily News | Ryan Schlehuber)

Powers North Central establishes ‘legacy’ with back-to-back 8-man state titles

The small community of Powers is quickly establishing itself as the “title town” of the Upper Peninsula with its school.

The Jets of Powers North Central used a 30-0 run in the second half of the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s eight-man football state final game Friday night at Greenville’s Legacy Field to beat the Deckerville Eagles 58-22 to repeat at state champions.


Legacy Field to host two football playoff games

Legacy Field at Greenville High School will still see some more football action this year, as it is the location for two playoff games this week.

Greenville’s football stadium will host Michigan High School Athletic Association’s eight-man state finals game Friday and a Division 4 semi-finals game Saturday.

Greenville senior and state pole vault champion Landon Kemp holds up a flag to the school she chose to attend next year: The University of South Dakota. She will compete in pole vaulting under the tutelage of Coyotes track and field coach Derek Miles, a three-time pole vault Olympian. (Daily News | Ryan Schlehuber)

State pole vault champion Landon Kemp commits to South Dakota University

Surrounded by several family, friends, teammates and coaches, Landon Kemp finally announced what everyone was waiting for.

The 2016 state pole vault champion will be attending the University of South Dakota to play for Derek Miles, a three-time pole vault Olympian and head coach of the Coyotes’ track and field team.