The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf team will compete in the Division 2 state finals for a third consecutive season this weekend. Greenville qualified by finishing in second place at regionals on Friday at Egypt Valley Country Club. The Yellow Jackets shot 343, just behind the 334 of two-time defending state champion Muskegon Mona Shores.
The Morley Stanwood Mohawks offense was unstoppable Saturday. Literally. The Mohawks scored touchdowns on seven of eight possessions in a 49-27 victory to spoil homecoming for the Lakeview Wildcats at Kos Field. The only drive Morley Stanwood failed to score on was its final drive when the game clock expired inside the 10-yard line.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets girls golf used a great performance on Friday at the Division 2 regionals to qualify for the state finals this weekend.
The archery deer season is in full swing and I can help but notice how things are changing in out hunting camp.
Laingsburg was invited to Carson City-Crystal’s homecoming Friday, but they weren’t very gracious guests. The Wolfpack jumped out to a quick lead and beat the Eagles 63-34 Friday in a Central Michigan Athletic Conference matchup.
The Cedar Springs Red Hawks defense gave up one big play. Unfortunately, for the Belding Redskins the Red Hawks defense made many more to help carry the team.
The Yellow Jackets were mercied by the Eagles Friday, falling behind 35-0 at halftime to start the running clock.
The Wolverines led 9-6 late in the fourth quarter on a 24-yard touchdown pass from Austin Myers to Ryan Freeman and a 32-yard field goal from Ryan Daley. But a muffed punt that the Sabers returned for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter was the difference.
Will Plavan scored on a three-yard run in the fourth quarter to put the Green Hornets ahead to stay.
The Mustangs punched their ticket to the playoffs by beating the Portagers Friday night.