ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Friday, May 6

The Green Hornets won both ends of a CSAA-Gold doubleheader from Chippewa Hills Friday, winning 10-0 in five innings and 6-2. Mallory Morgan won both games, going the distance in the first game and allowing two hits and a walk, striking out eight…


ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Tuesday, May 4

CC-Crystal sweeps Montabella: The Eagles picked up a pair of MSAC wins over rival Montabella on Tuesday. CC-Crystal won 16-1 and 11-1. Jarrett Loomis won game one. Zach Pringle went 5-for-5 with three doubles, triple and five RBI. Lane Humphrey had three hits and four RBI, while Aaron Hugenot and Shane Wiggins each had two hits…

Greenville’s Justin Zimmer will begin rookie minicamp with the Buffalo Bills on Friday. Zimmer was signed by the Bills following the completion of the NFL draft on Saturday. - File photo collage by Cory Smith

Greenville graduate Justin Zimmer signs with Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills have gained a whole new fan base in West Michigan. While Justin Zimmer, a 2011 Greenville High School graduate, did not hear his name called during the three days of the NFL draft, he was quickly signed to a free agent contract following the draft by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday. A dominating defensive tackle from Ferris State University, Zimmer realized his childhood dream of playing in the NFL with the signing.

Lakeview’s Anthony Blazo hits his tee shot on the par 3 hole No. 11 at Brookside Golf Course on April 23. - File photo

Greenville golfers win own invitational

Greenville’s golf team hosted an invitational amid cold, windy rainy conditions. The Yellow Jackets, along with the Lakeview Wildcats, Central Montcalm Green Hornets and Ithaca Yellowjackets made it through Thursday’s blustery conditions to play at The Links of Bowen Lake. The host Yellow Jackets made it through better, earning a team score of 290 to win the meet.


ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Wednesday, April 27

Greenville 0-2: The Yellow Jackets lost two games to Northview on Tuesday. The Wildcats won the first game 15-3 in five innings, with the only Greenville runs coming on a bases-loaded double by Kelsea McConnell — one of two hits she had in the game. Sabrina Brown also had two hits…


Chip’s Clips: Where the Red Wings go from here

After another playoff disappointment, the Detroit Red Wings have some work to do to get back to being a contender for the Stanley Cup. Sure, the Wings have made the playoffs for 25 years. But in the past few years, it’s been a struggle to get there. In order to make it 26 straight and do some damage, the Wings will have to make a lot of changes.


ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Monday, April 25

Lakeview 6, Kent City 0: The Wildcats dominated in a CSAA win at home Monday. Brookelyn Reed scored twice, while Savannah Sharp, Jordan Hart, Amanda Larson and Kenadee Cordray each scored once. Danielle Carpenter made one save.

Greenville’s Drew Morris hits a shot out of the bunker on hole No. 18 at the Lakeview Invitational at Brookside Golf Course on Saturday. Morris shot 91, which was good for second overall. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

McNeill leads Greenville to Lakeview Invitational win

On a sunny and at times breezy day, Greenville’s Graham McNeill played a great round to lead the Yellow Jackets to victory. McNeill earned match medalist honors with an 81, while the Yellow Jackets shot a team score of 373 to win the Lakeview Invitational at Brookside Golf Course on Saturday. Cedar Springs was second shooting a 394. Kent City shot 401, Central Montcalm 419, Lakeview (Navy) 432, Big Rapids 477 and Montabella 517. The Lakeview (Gold) did not have a team score with three golfers.


ROUNDUP: Prep scores from Saturday, April 23

Lakeview splits a pair: The Wildcats went to the St. Louis Invitational Saturday and split two games. They beat St. Louis 2-1 and lost to Tawas by the same score. In the win, James Smith went the distance for Lakeview and allowed only one hit and struck out six but walked five. Smith also had three hits and Caleb Cavendish added two…

Central Montcalm’s Mallory Morgan delivers a pitch during game one of a doubleheader against Tri County on Friday. Morgan earned the win in nine innings of work. - Daily News/Bruce Bentley

Central Montcalm rallies to beat Tri County in 9 innings

In a game that should have a significant implication on the CSAA Gold championship, Central Montcalm and Tri County needed nine innings to decide the winner. The Hornets — the defending league champions — trailed 4-1 after three innings before making a comeback to win 7-4 over the Vikings in game one of a doubleheader on Friday. The Hornets scored twice in the fifth inning. They tied the game in the top of the seventh — without a hit — before scoring three times in the final inning to pull off the win.