Jessica Shaw felt she raced to perfection in the Great Lakes Regional Championship at the West Ottawa Golf Club on Saturday, Nov. 12.
Ding dong, the streak is dead.
The 28-game losing streak that the Allegan football team carried into its season-finale against South Haven on Friday, Oct. 21, that is.
Greek philosopher Heraclitus is credited with having said, “Change is the only constant in life.”
Otsego never trailed in the opening game of its Wolverine Conference volleyball match with visiting Allegan on Thursday, Oct. 6.
That doesn’t mean it lacked for drama.
omething had to give when Otsego and Allegan met on the gridiron on Friday, Oct. 7.
After all, both teams entered the showdown sporting identical 0-6 records.
Allegan’s top doubles team of Thomas Voglewede and Jack Sturman had quite a battle against Harper Creek’s Mason Bauer and Daniel Heyer in the title match of a Division 3 regional in Battle Creek.
Allegan boys’ soccer coach Roberto Gonzalez thinks his team deserves a little recognition for its performance this season.
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.