Losing at home isn’t something the Saugatuck football team has had much experience with the past few seasons.
How dominant was the Plainwell offense in its Wolverine Conference showdown against visiting Allegan on Friday, Sept. 15?
WESTPHALIA—History repeated itself at the Pewamo-Westphalia football field on Saturday, Nov. 5.
That was bad news for Saugatuck.
Not even a season-ending 30-8 loss to Edwardsburg in a Division 4 district semifinal on Friday, Oct.
Sure, the Saugatuck football team dominated the competition during the regular season, scoring 514 points and surrendering only 32 points en route to winning all nine games.
Richie Jordan has long been recognized as the greatest athlete to ever come out of Fennville.
Pride and bragging rights.
The third time is supposed to be the charm.
For the Hamilton football coach Chris Myers and his players, it turned out to be the fourth time.
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.
One more win.
That’s all that the Hamilton football team needs for an automatic berth to the 2016 state playoffs.