GREENVILLE — Greenville wrestling teammates Carter Magirl and Michael Schmidt will have the opportunity to remain teammates for another four years. After helping the Yellow Jackets to another team state finals appearance, both seniors signed last week to wrestle collegiately with the Olivet Comets.
Mark Van Slooten thought his Northview Wildcats played a bit sloppy. The score on Monday agains the Greenville Yellow Jackets would suggest otherwise. Northview scored quickly and pressured the entire game in a 7-0 O-K Bronze victory at Yellow Jacket Stadium.
Lakeview drops two: The Wildcats lost twice to CSAA rival Newaygo on Monday in a makeup doubleheader at home. Lakeview lost game one 10-0 in five innings…
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If she had been born 20 years earlier, Alexis Justice’s life, at age 7 would be nearly half over. As it is, the charming Lakeview Elementary School second-grader, who wants to grow up to be the next Taylor Swift, may live long enough to celebrate her 35th birthday, maybe her 40th.
A longtime local Greenville business that continues to make comeback after comeback has officially opened its doors again after recovering from a devastating fire nearly one year ago. There were no ribbons to cut, no flashing lights and little evidence of any kind that a grand-reopening was occurring at Nelson’s Speed Shop at 4566 N. Greenville Road, north of Greenville Saturday afternoon.
Nearly 200 Special Olympians from Montcalm and Ionia counties didn’t let a little wet weather rain on their parade at Friday’s Area 6 Special Olympics Michigan (SOMI) Summer Games at Montabella Junior/Senior High School. Activities were moved inside and modified — four square replaced the softball throw, shuffle board replaced bocce ball and plastic horseshoes replaced metal ones.
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Conference champions. For the first time ever, the Belding Redskins girls track team can say they are conference champions after Friday’s victory at the O-K Blue Conference meet at Coopersville.
In a reversal of fortune from a year ago, the Greenville Yellow Jackets girls track team finished second at the O-K Bronze Conference meet. A year ago, Greenville trailed after day one of the league meet (then in the O-K White), before making a comeback to win the championship on day two. This year, the Yellow Jackets held the lead after day one, but could not hold on as Forest Hills Eastern was crowned league champions on Friday night.