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The Greenville High School Marching Band performs as the host band at Legacy Field in Greenville for the MSBOA District 7 Marching Band Festival on Wednesday evening. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Marching bands leave it all on the field at MSBOA festival in Greenville

On a crisp, cool and windy autumn evening, Legacy Field was swarmed with students standing at attention, determination and focus in their eyes, who were waiting for the whistle to blow to put forth an entire season’s worth of blood, sweat and tears into motion.

Lakeview sophomore linebacker James Smith (55) forces a fumble from White Cloud junior quarterback Bowman Seabrook (44) in the first quarter of play Friday evening. Lakeview junior linebacker Tony Seaborn (12) recovered the fumble for the Wildcats. — Cory Smith/Daily News

Lakeview wins 3rd game, tops White Cloud

It was the Wounded Warrior Project Game at Lakeview Friday night, and the Wildcats honored the nation’s hometown heroes with a 37-0 victory over White Cloud. Wearing camouflage style uniforms sporting the school’s blue, gold and white colors Lakeview (3-1) dominated an undermanned White Cloud team to win its third consecutive game after a season-opening, one-point loss to Tri County.

From left, Greenville defenders Conner Wyckoff (18) Caleb Jeanette (1) Hunter Tobey (36) and Cody Buchanan (76) bring down Comstock Park running back Monterio Smith (1) Friday evening at Legacy Field in Greenville. - Cory Smith

Greenville controls 2nd half, beats Comstock Park

Greenville coach Dave Moore said the Yellow Jackets needed to stop the running game of the Comstock Park Panthers. It took a half, but the Yellow Jackets did just that. Trailing 16-14 at halftime, Greenville held the Panthers scoreless in the second half and pounded out three touchdowns of its own for a 37-16 victory on Friday night at Legacy Field.

Greenville senior Eric Plate rushes for an 82-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage Thursday evening against Belding at Legacy Field in Greenville. Plate rushed for a school single-game record  265 yards and totaled a single-game record of 373 all-purpose yards.

Greenville dominates rivalry game vs. Belding

It didn’t take long for the Greenville Yellow Jackets to set the tone for its annual rivalry grudge match against the Belding Redskins. Actually, it took just 18 seconds. On the first play from scrimmage, Greenville senior Eric Plate cut to the outside, he turned on the burners and raced 82 yards for a touchdown.

A group of fifth-graders examine the “organs” of an artificial human torso during the a mini medical school event at Baldwin Heights Elementary School. Surgeons from Spectrum United Health Hospital instructed students on a variety of surgeries. — Daily News/Curtis Wildfong

Greenville elementary school students enjoy hands-on medical experience

Scalpel, please. Donning full surgeon gear, fifth-grade students at Baldwin Heights and Lincoln Heights elementary in Greenville got a first-person point of view of what it’s like to operate on different organs within the human torso.

Montcalm Area Career Center Engineering Instructor Art Ward and his students, Lakeview junior Peter Betten, 17, Vestaburg junior Christopher Powelson, 16, Vestaburg junior Austin Blanks, 17, and Central Montcalm senior Timothy Moravik, 17, ready their trebuchet that the students built for a class project for launch Wednesday at the Montcalm Area Career Center in Sidney. - Daily News/Cory Smith

Students launch pumpkin chuckin’ event (VIDEO)

Students decided to put what they learned in the classroom to the test by creating a plan to chuck pumpkins on Wednesday. Students from the Montcalm Area Career Center (MACC) created a trebuchet to launch pumpkins at a target — a car — by using algebra and more.

Gov. Rick Snyder recently shared his views on Proposals 1 through 6 at a townhall-style meeting at Montcalm Community College. - Daily News/Cory Smith

Gov. Snyder: Yes on Proposal 1, no on Proposals 2 through 6

Voters will decide on six statewide proposals one week from today. “A very crowded ballot,” observed Gov. Rick Snyder at a recent townhall-style meeting at Montcalm Community College.

Gov. Rick Snyder recently sat down for an interview with The Daily News to share his thoughts on the Nov. 6 election and Michigan’s economy, along with 70th District Rep. Rick Outman, R-Six Lakes. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Governor talks Obama vs. Romney, negative campaigning, jobs

Gov. Rick Snyder recently appeared with 70th District Rep. Rick Outman at a townhall-style meeting at Montcalm Community College to rally the Republican base. The Daily News sat down with Snyder for an interview after the event to get the governor’s thoughts on the upcoming election, which takes place one week from today.

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Gov. Snyder, Rep. Outman participate in Q&A forum at MCC (Video)

Rick Outman is receiving a little help from his friends in his bid to be re-elected state representative of the 70th District … one “relentlessly positive” friend in particular.

Central Montcalm’s Lucas Emmons makes a diving catch for a touchdown over White Cloud defender Dillon Maring on Thursday night in the second quarter at home in Stanton.

Central Montcalm mercies White Cloud 54-0 (Video and Gallery)

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.