There would be no spoiling homecoming for the Lakeview Wildcats this year. The Wildcats started quick and finished strong in a 26-14 victory over CSAA rival Central Montcalm on Saturday at Kos Field.
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The Lakeview Wildcats and Central Montcalm Green Hornets have a long history on the football field. The two schools will renew that rivalry with a matinee game at Kos Field in Lakeview on Saturday. It will be homecoming for the Wildcats as they try to snap a five-game losing streak to the Hornets.
Most sophomore football players are playing junior varsity football. For the few that actually play varsity football, under center is not usually the position where they will be found. For Central Montcalm sophomore Keagan James, under center as quarterback is where he will be found. As expected the sophomore has had his ups and downs this season for the Hornets (2-4).
It took a lot of horsing around for three young Stanton women to become division champions for District 8 Division C on Sept. 9. But all the hard work has paid off as the Central Montcalm High School Equestrian Team plans for its trip to regional competition at the end of the month.
When it comes to fishing, Bill Simpson knows how to finish. The Stanton resident spent last week in Lacrosse, Wisc. along the shores of the Mississippi River competing in the 2012 The Bass Federation (TBF) Northern Division Championship.
The first home game of the season for Central Montcalm’s football team was a big win. The Green Hornets scored in many different ways in a 54-0 win over the White Cloud Indians on Thursday.
Chippewa Hills had the energy. Central Montcalm did not. The end result was a three set victory for the Warriors over the Green Hornets in the first CSAA volleyball match of the year on Tuesday.
The Centralm Montcalm Green Hornets spent the morning on Tuesday pounding away at each other in live game situations. After today, the Hornets are nine days away from opening up the 2012 regular season and just one day away from their final scrimmage of the preseason.
Central Montcalm track coach Kris Kolbe and his co-coach/wife Amy had some work to do with this year’s Green Hornet teams. The boys finished eighth in the Central State Activities Association while the girls were fifth in the nine-team league.
Sometimes a young softball team can surprise the coach with their play. Then again, they can frustrate a coach because of their youth.