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.
Tri County High School
Tri County has learned plenty throughout the baseball season, much of it coming from on-field experience along with the tutelage from head coach Shawn Nelson and assistant coach John Meeuwes.
Coming off of last season, a loss to Alma in the district semifinals, Nelson said he saw plenty of potential in his program — the Vikings were playing solid baseball, but just couldn’t find the break. A year later, his Vikings beat the Panthers to claim their first district title since 2010.
Trent Beherenwald waited in center field, his team’s fate was all but secure.
Behrenwald is one of the top athletes in Tri County lore, he was an All-State wrestler and an All-CSAA first-team football player. He said he doesn’t get nervous often.
Stuart Gould is pacing around the 40-yard line at Forest Hills Eastern’s Hawk Stadium on Saturday.
The fate of his state finals appearance seemed to be in the balance. He is hopping in place from foot to foot with coach Brandon Briggs. They’re anxiously waiting for an answer that was just not coming.
CC-C’s Forist, Vestaburg’s Wichert win Most Outstanding at Daily News track Invitational
Tri County High School graduates 149 seniors.
Deontell Givens describes himself as an easygoing person with a good sense of humor. He likes classic cars and sports (especially basketball and football).
“I’m a sneakerhead too. I like shoes,” he said. “I’m also a sweater person. You’ll catch my in the summertime in 90-degree weather wearing a sweater. I don’t even sweat.”
A key to success that’s often out of our control — timing.
It’s a lesson the Tri County Vikings baseball team has had to learn this season. Starting the season 7-4, a far cry from their 4-32 campaign last season, spirits and attitudes were high.
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.”
Three area boys golf teams were in action in Kent City on Friday as they ventured out to the Falls at Barber Creek for a uniquely formatted tournament.
Sparta’s annual Sparty Cup pairs golfers by seed with another golfer of that same seed from another school. Greenville golfers were paired with West Catholic, Belding with Sparta and Tri County was paired with Holland.