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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Friday, Dec. 11

Greenville 54, Belding 45: The Yellow Jackets got the win over their archrival Redskins on the road Friday night. Keegan Cossou had 12 points and Nate Kubec added 11 for Greenville. Brendan Dines led Belding, who had 10 3-pointers, with 12 points and Lucas McNinch added 10…

CC-Crystal’s Dallas O’Green (top) works on a quick pin against Central Montcalm’s Aleklee Strayer at home Wednesday. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

CC-Crystal wrestling opens season with win over Central Montcalm

With a mixture of youth and an excellent senior core, the Carson City-Crystal wrestling team already looks to be in midseason form. The Eagles, winners of three straight Division 4 district championships, used eight pins in a convincing 66-9 season opening win at home against the Central Montcalm Hornets on Wednesday afternoon.

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ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, Dec. 8

Vestaburg 54, Breckenridge 52: The Wolverines got a win in the season opener against the future MSAC opponent Huskies Tuesday night. Collin Dove had 22 points on 9-of-13 field-goal shooting to lead Vestaburg…

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Central Montcalm rebounds from loss, defeats White Cloud

After losing a heartbreaker to Carson City-Crystal on Tuesday, Central Montcalm coach Rob Putnam said he made some adjustments for Friday’s game against White Cloud. Apparently it worked, as the Green Hornets beat the Indians 52-44.

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Montabella girls, 5 others qualify for XC state finals at MIS

On Saturday across the state, 11 area cross country runners qualified for the state finals, which will take place at Michigan International Speedway (MIS) this coming Saturday. Included in the 11 runners are six from the Montabella girls team, which qualified with a third place finish at regional. In addition to the top three teams in each regional, the top 15 individual runners in each regional qualify for the state finals.

Central Montcalm’s Libby Ledford, right, hits the ball over the outstretched arms of Tri County’s Jessica Thompson, left, and Dani Stewart during the Silver Division finals Saturday. - Daily News/Chip Burch

Tri County uses Central Montcalm’s own invite for revenge

Tri County’s volleyball team had found themselves a perfect chance to get back at Central Montcalm for beating them during the regular season. They did it at the Green Hornets’ own invitational Saturday. Tri County beat Central Montcalm 25-18, 25-22 to win the Silver Division of the Hornets’ Halloween Invitational.

Central Montcalm sophomore defender C.J. Denman (10) recovers a fumble by the Lakeview Wildcats while being tackled by Lakeview senior lineman Jacob Ridgeway (77) during the second quarter Friday evening. - Daily News/Cory Smith

Lakeview holds off rival Central Montcalm 21-16

With its longshot playoff hopes flickering like a candle in a hurricane, host Lakeview took care of the business at hand Friday night by delivering a hard-fought 21-16 victory over Central Montcalm. “When you look at the rivalry we have with Central Montcalm, you know they are going to give you their best shot, and it will always be a good game,” Lakeview coach Sean Rinehart said. “They have some real good play makers, but we were able to put together four good quarters of football.”

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SPORTS GALORE: Lovable Losers add a year to misery

It’s now been 107 years since the Chicago Cubs, aka the Lovable Losers, have won a World Series championship. In 1908, the Cubs defeated the Detroit Tigers in five games to win their second World Series championship. No one then would’ve dreamed their beloved Cubbies would suffer such a drought since then.

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ROUNDUPS: Prep scores from Wednesday, Oct. 21

Central Montcalm 3, Big Rapids 0: The Green Hornets finished second in the CSAA-Gold after beating the Cardinals 25-19, 25-22, 25-21 Tuesday night. Kenzie Rutz led in kills with nine, Sam Nichols had two blocks, Paiton Bartz had five aces and nine digs and Jenna Switzer added 20 assists…

Tri County’s Summer Longstreet nears the finish line at the CSAA cross country championship at Lakeview on Tuesday.

Big Rapids sweeps CSAA XC championship meet

All the teams from both the CSAA Gold and CSAA Silver got together for one final league meet before regionals on Halloween. The Big Rapids ran the fastest as the Cardinals swept both the girls and boys races at Lakeview High School on Tuesday. Big Rapids won the girls race with 41 points. Chippewa Hills was second with 68 and Kent City third with 89.