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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Friday, April 15

Tri County 12, Reed City 1: The Vikings won the front end of a CSAA-Gold doubleheader Friday over the Coyotes for their first win of the season. Colton Harris went the distance and allowed three hits with seven strikeouts but hit four batters with pitches. Isaac Reams and Marcus Kimmel had two hits and two RBIs each…

Grant’s Alyssa Bearup, left, tries to work the ball around Lakeview’s Sydnie Nielsen during the teams’ game Thursday. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Lakeview opens CSAA schedule with win over Grant

Lakeview’s soccer team got its Central State Activities Association (CSAA) schedule off on the right foot Thursday. The Wildcats hung on to beat the Grant Tigers 4-3 in the first CSAA game of the season for them.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Thursday, April 14

Lakeview ninth at Chippewa Hills: The Wildcats shot a team score of 176 at the Chippewa Hills two-man scramble Thursday, finishing ninth overall. The team of Jeff Tyler and Wes Bishop shot an 81 and Anthony Balzo and Cade Oberlin teamed up for a 95…

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, April 13

Greenville sweeps CM: The host Hornets struggled against the Yellow Jackets on Wednesday. Greeenville won 15-1 in game one and 7-3 in game two. Jared Vinton earned the win going five innings, allowing one run, two hits with six strikeouts. Brockton Kohler went 4-for-5, while Vinton and Logan Sharp had three hits each. Brandon Braman took the game one loss…

Lakeview’s Dakota Harris, left, stops Belding’s Tyler Reichel from stealing a base in third inning on Tuesday. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Belding baseball earns sweep against Lakeview

After spending spring break in the sunshine and warmth of Florida, the Belding Redskins baseball team played like they were in midseason form. Belding pounded out 11 hits, three each by Dylan McMaster and Tyler Reichel, while Aaden Quinn put together a solid performance on the mound in a 7-0 win against the Lakeview Wildcats at home on Tuesday. Quinn pitched all seven innings. He allowed just two hits, two walks and struck out eight.

Lakeview’s Justice Rummel delivers a pitch during the second game against the Belding Redskins on Tuesday. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Belding softball takes advantage of Lakeview miscues

Belding’s softball team came back from spring break picking up where they left off. Lakeview’s softball team wasn’t so fortunate. The Redskins won both games of a doubleheader from the Wildcats on Tuesday, 10-4 and 11-1.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, April 12

CC-Crystal 2-0: The Eagles opened its season with a pair of wins at Ithaca on Tuesday. Cc-Crystal won game one 12-1 and game two 8-6. Jarrett Loomis earned the win in game one, while Dallas O’Green had three hits. Ryan Argersinger earned the win in game two and Tabor Erskin the save…

Lakeview's Kirsten Johnson will play college softball for Olivet College next year.

Lakeview’s Johnson heads to Olivet in 2017

Kirsten Johnson will be playing softball beyond this spring. Johnson signed a letter of intent to play for Olivet College in the spring of 2017. Johnson had been recruited by Lansing Community College, Alma College, Muskegon Community College and Aquinas College.

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Six local girls basketball teams academic all-state

Academics is a topic that is stressed in the athletic programs of local high schools, and the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan (BCAM) noticed. BCAM announced its academic all-state girls basketball teams Thursday, with six of the eight local schools being named honorable mention in their classes. The top 10 in team GPA were named academic all-state, with all others who had at least a 3.0 team GPA named honorable mention.

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West Michigan falls 5-3 in frigid home opener

What a difference a change of venue and better weather conditions can make. The West Michigan Whitecaps went from blowing snow in South Bend, Ind., — where they won two games — to a sunny, but cold day Saturday where they lost to the South Bend Cubs 5-3 in the Whitecaps’ home opener. The game-time temperature for the home opener was 35 degrees, which was the second-coldest home opener in Whitecaps’ history. It was 34 degrees in 2003.