MARTIN—The offensive performance he got from his team in its season-opening contest Aug. 25 with Martin wasn’t exactly what Fennville football coach Brian Sackett had envisioned.
Saugatuck football coach Bill Dunn paced on the sidelines, clapping his hands vigorously.
“Let’s go defense,” he urged. “Let’s go.”
Sometimes you have to take the good with the bad.
The Trojan football team finished the season 5-4 and were hoping to land a spot in the Division 4 playoffs with a non-automatic bid.
With his team leading 28-7 in its Division 7 opening-round game against Hesperia, Saugatuck coach Bill Dunn was content to let the clock run out in the third quarter without running another play.
No league championship was on the line when Plainwell hosted Otsego on the gridiron on Friday, Oct. 23.
Consider the following stat line:
Sometimes life just doesn’t seem fair.
Members of the Martin football team wanted nothing more than to give their fans a homecoming win on Friday, Oct. 16.
Officials don’t make the rules, but they do interpret them—and how they interpret them sometimes affects the game.
Happy Days Are Here Again.