It’s obvious that Jeff Turner loves being the boys’ basketball coach at Allegan.
Junior Riley Scofield put together quite the performance in Allegan’s Wolverine Conference North showdown with South Haven on Friday, Feb. 21.
It’s been said that it’s not how you start, but rather how you finish that counts.
“Stand up, you coward.”
That’s a phrase opponents of Allegan’s bowling teams have likely been uttering to the pins this winter.
Paw Paw’s Ellie Marger won the individual scoring battle with Allegan’s Alison Bishop when their girls’ basketball teams squared off on Friday, Feb. 14.
But Bishop’s Tigers won the war.
The good news for the Allegan wrestling team was that it fared better against Wolverine Conference foe Plainwell in the Division 2 team district final on Wednesday, Feb.
Following a two-year hiatus from basketball, Austin Miller decided to return to the hardwood for Plainwell as a senior this season.
Trojans coach Dan Klein is certainly glad he did.
Seven Allegan County wrestlers came away with individual championships at the Wolverine Conference Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 8.
The Plainwell girls’ basketball team entered the season with three goals: 1. Win the Wolverine Conference North championship; 2. Win the overall league title; 3. Win a district championship.
Members of the Allegan boys’ bowling team found themselves in a precarious situation at the South Haven Baker Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 1.