Six college-bound students pursuing careers in the medical field have been awarded $1,000 scholarships from the Spectrum Health Foundation and medical staff at United Hospital in Greenville and Kelsey Hospital in Lakeview.
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Josiah Magley channeled his idol in the 3,200-meter run at Saturday’s Division 2 state track finals at Forest Hills Eastern.
The Ionia senior was working in the middle of the pack, he wasn’t thrilled with the way the race was playing out in terms of pacing. He wanted to get it moving.
CC-C’s Forist, Vestaburg’s Wichert win Most Outstanding at Daily News track Invitational
Lakeview High School graduates 53 seniors.
Jayson Bunker has a burning passion for firefighting.
After seeing fatal accidents as a volunteer firefighter and then having to sit in class the next day, the 18-year-old Lakeview High School senior knows his sacrifices mean more to him than to the average person.
The Carson City-Crystal boys track team has had a target on its back since the start of the season.
As the defending Division 4 state champions, every team competing against CC-C has given it their all to try and dethrone the champs.
Golf is a mental sport as much as it is a physical sport — as is the decades-old phrase.
Famed amateur player and course designer, Bobby Jones, once said that, “Golf is played on a five-and-a-half inch course — the distance between your ears.”
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Emma Kosinski leans forward, fingertips from both her hands on the track — waiting for the gun.
Kosinski clears her mind as seven other girls line up next to her — all now waiting for the gun.
Courtney Grant turned on a ball just outside the 18-yard box and launched it high. The ball curved right-to-left and found the upper-right hand corner of the net, sparking a joyous celebration for the Lakeview girls soccer team.
The goal tied the game against Fremont at 1-1 with 16:35 to play in the first half Wednesday at the Wildcats’ soccer field. The Packers had opened the scoring just 94 seconds before Grant’s goal with a corner kick that found its way into the net off the far post. Momentum seemed to be in the balance, especially with Grant’s goal.
Peyton Krantz had some nerves while warming up for Lakeview’s baseball opener against Kent City.
Thursday’s doubleheader marked the first time Krantz, a senior, suited up to play baseball for the Wildcats since 2019. After the 2020 season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Krantz was anticipating having a solid 2021 campaign for the Wildcats. However, a broken tibia and fibula in his right leg prevented and kind of campaign — one of those, “what could have been” kind of circumstances for him.