Tri County junior Dakota Greer won a state title this past winter, going 51-0 in the 119-pound division in Division 3 and was the only area wrestler to win an individual state title, which made him an easy choice for The Daily News Wrestler of the Year.
EDMORE — Terry Larsen dreamed of coaching basketball on a bigger stage than high school. But after taking a few years off to reflect, he realized he was already living his dream. After 28 years being involved in coaching, the 1971 Montabella graduate has decided to step down from his “dream job” as Montabella’s [...]
Daily News wrestling coach of the year Kacy Datema, of Carson City-Crystal, led his young Eagles team to a state team finals appearance, losing to New Lothrop by just one point. He also guided seven Eagles wrestlers to the state individual wrestling finals and coached freshman Jamison Ward and sophomore Braxton Seida to the individual state titles in their respective weight classes.
Daily News All-Area boys basketball awards
Lakeview boys basketball coach Pete Wurm had to work a little harder than he wanted to this season. The Wildcats had to make a number of changes to the starting lineup due to different things that came up. Still, Lakeview ended up 14-8 overall and in the Class C district final against Leroy Pine River, one of only two area teams that made it that far.
Wurm’s work made him The Daily News Boys Basketball Coach of the Year.
CARSON CITY — Kaleb Barrett was noticed by a lot of people. The Carson City-Crystal senior was awarded an honorable mention as an all-state player by the Associated Press on Monday. Today he’s being named The Daily News Player of the Year in boys basketball. Barrett averaged 19.2 points, 3.1 rebounds, 3.1 assists per [...]
A commercial piece of property that has sat vacant for decades may soon find new life in the residential market. During the March 21 meeting of the Greenville City Council, the council entertained two public hearings in regards to rezoning a plot of land bounded by Greenville West Drive, W. Coffren and Lincoln streets.
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“She was the best player on the floor on any team I’ve seen this entire year. She could play the one spot or fifth spot and dominate,” said first-year Belding girls basketball coach Connor Hoke about his senior scoring leader. “She’s one of the most versatile players I’ve seen all year.”
Despite missing some time due to an ankle injury, Hallee Breimayer pushed through the pain and continued to lead the team in several categories — 18.3 points per game, 6.7 rebounds per game, 5.2 assists per game and 1.3 steals per game.
Tim Stout knows exactly when his Carson City-Crystal girls basketball team turned the season around.
“It was the fifth game of the season, against a good Lansing Catholic team. We went down 15-2 quickly, and I called a timeout,” said the first-year Eagles coach. “I talked to the girls and I told them, we can go in two directions — accept being average or we can continue to be better every day.”
The words from Stout were like magic from Merlin’s wand, as his team not only came back and beat Lansing Catholic 49-33, but the Eagles would cruise to a 17-game winning streak, finishing the season 18-2.