Anyone who’s seen Blake Dunn perform in an athletic event has seen how talented the Saugatuck senior is from both a physical and mental standpoint.
The faithful followers of Hamilton’s football team will have to wait at least one more game to find out if the Hawkeyes will record their sixth win of the season to secure an automatic bid to the s
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.
The opponent was different.
The result was the same.
“Bring it on.”
Having lost three straight games following an opening-game win against Three Rivers, the Plainwell football team was in desperate need of a boost.
“Somebody stop No. 1!”
That plea came from a Martin fan during the Clippers’ home football game with Saugatuck on Friday, Sept. 16, and referred to Indian senior quarterback Blake Dunn.
After struggling to a 2-7 showing last season, Hopkins resembled some of its powerful football teams from the past in its season opener on Friday, Aug. 26.
Happy Days are Here Again.
If the Hamilton football team had to pick a theme song for its season-opening game against Middleville on Thursday, Aug. 25, that might have been it.
Growing up, Blake Dunn and younger brother Brad threw a football around with each other countless times.