Having lost three straight games following an opening-game win against Three Rivers, the Plainwell football team was in desperate need of a boost.
One-time bitter adversaries reluctantly joined forces and, in doing so, conquered the world.
Okay, so maybe that’s a little over the top.
The five seniors on the Allegan girls’ soccer team weren’t able to end their high school careers as they would have liked.
Allegan’s newest addition to its Riverfront Plaza gleamed in the morning sun as it was assembled Friday, July 1, by its creator, Asheville, N.C., artist Harry McDaniel.
The Wayland softball team officially began the defense of its Division 2 state championship with district action in Allegan on Saturday, June 4.
And a good start it was.
Talk about winning in dramatic fashion.
How much have the members of the Allegan girls’ tennis team improved during the course of the season?
Let’s let Tiger coach Jen Aldrich answer that question.
The race for the Wolverine Conference girls’ soccer championship got a little more interesting on Monday, May 9.
Nineteen strikeouts and three walks in 16 innings pitched.
Erica Green, the No. 4 singles player on the Allegan girls’ tennis team, had a couple of tough matches during the Tiger Invitational on Saturday, April 23.