Close basketball games usually come down to free throws. Wednesday’s district semifinal between Central Montcalm and Tri County wasn’t any different. In just the final 10 seconds of the game both teams thought they had won the game. Wednesday’s district semifinal between Central Montcalm and Tri County wasn’t any different. In just the final 10 seconds of the game both teams thought they had won the game.
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Lakeview’s boys basketball team’s shooting was as cold as the weather. The Wildcats made just two field goals in the first half and lost to the Tri County Vikings 65-41 Tuesday night.
The Lakeview Wildcats and Tri County Vikings girls basketball teams spent a majority of the night at the free throw line on Tuesday. The two teams combined for 47 fouls, 58 free throws and plenty of turnovers in Lakeview’s 40-28 nonconference victory over the Vikings at Cook Gymnasium.
Lakeview’s wrestling team came up just short at the Tri County Wrestling Invitational Saturday, but the Wildcats won’t complain too much. The Wildcats lost in the championship match to Chippewa Hills 49-22 to take second. It was their only loss on the day.
The Vikings, under second year coach Roxanne Faber, improved dramatically in 2011. The team’s 18-hole average improved by 85 strokes and their nine-hole average by 24 strokes. Every returning player lowered their 18-hole average by at least 10 strokes, including Lyndsae Kranz and Baylee Zemla each by more than 40 strokes.
Greenville Middle School’s eighth-grade football team moved the ball against Tri County Middle School Saturday, but untimely turnovers cost Greenville. The middle school Yellow Jackets lost to the middle school Vikings 30-20 at Black Field, dropping Greenville to 1-2 on the season.
Ice hockey fans will no longer have to travel to Grand Rapids or beyond to practice, play or just skate for fun.
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