The boys’ swimming teams from Allegan, Otsego and Plainwell—along with South Haven—all traveled to Alma on Saturday, Jan. 28.
Through the first four matches, the Wolverine Conference wrestling showdown between Allegan and host Otsego on Wednesday, Jan. 18, remained a close affair.
When you have three players score 16 or more points in a high school basketball game, your odds of winning are usually pretty good.
Entering the meet-closing 400-yard freestyle relay, Allegan boys’ swim coach Mark Mattox knew his team didn’t have to win the event to secure the victory over Harper Creek on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Despite suffering an injury that cost him the vast majority of his junior season, Allegan senior Chase Beard remained a hot commodity in the wrestling world.
Sometimes a little anger—when properly channeled—can be a good thing.
Just ask Otsego boys’ swim coach Darryl Belton.
It was a history-making day for the Allegan boys’ bowling team when it hosted Vicksburg on Monday, Jan. 8.
The Tigers won 16.5-13.5, posting a program-best 1,792 series in the process.
The situation appeared rather grim for the Allegan wrestling team with five weight classes remaining in its Wolverine Conference match with Sturgis on Wednesday, Jan. 4.
he first quarter and opening minutes of the second quarter couldn’t have been any closer when the boys’ basketball teams from Plainwell and host Allegan met on Friday, Jan. 6.