Aug. 13, 2020; FOX 17
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — More students at Grand Rapids Community College will be able to learn skills needed to rock out in their career, thanks to another big investment by a heavy metal band.
Aug. 13, 2020; Ionia Sentinel-Standard
BELDING — A pair of 2020 Belding High School graduates received scholarships from a local gardening group.
… (Molly) Lake, daughter of Dan and Wendy Lake, will attend Grand Rapids Community College this fall with a current career plan in pre-law.
Aug. 17, 2020; Journal-Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
… Former Northrop guard Isaac Anderson has joined the Grand Rapids Community College men’s basketball team. Anderson spent the last season at Kennedy-King College in Chicago, where he averaged 9.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game.
Aug. 13, 2020; The Beacon (White Lakes)
We close out our summer trip down memory lane this week with the Montague Wildcats. As with the previous two schools we covered, there are more Wildcats deserving of inclusion here than I had room to get to. This is, though, a good sample of some of the standout athletes that we’ve been able to watch here over the last eight years. Hopefully, before long, area athletes will be able to get back on their respective playing fields and add more memories to these ever-expanding lists.
… Cameron Brayman – Injuries are a part of sports, and unfortunately few saw that more clearly than Cameron Brayman. A star in football, basketball and baseball at Montague, Brayman saw much of his senior year dashed by a rash of injuries. A hand injury suffered late in the 2015 football season ended an impressive year that saw Brayman rush for nearly 1,500 yards and 19 touchdowns, helping Montague to a 10-0 start. Then, Brayman blew out his knee in basketball practice, ending his seasons in both of his other sports to boot. As a junior, Brayman was nearly all-state as a catcher; coach Kevin Buchberger said voters were swayed by his competition’s RBI numbers. Brayman hit .462 from the leadoff spot that year. He went on to play on the diamond at Grand Rapids Community College and then Grand Valley State.