A popular age-old adage tells us it’s always darkest before the dawn.
“Hats off to Hopkins.”
Big plays can be the deciding factor in any game, but they spelled the difference in the OK crossover game between Wayland (0-4) and Greenville (3-1) on Friday, Sept. 19.
Martin’s non-league football contest at Bellevue had to be pushed back a day from Friday, Sept. 5, to Saturday, Sept. 6, due to the strong storms that ripped across lower Michigan.
It’s customary for a person to receive on his birthday.
Mistakes killed whatever chances the Hopkins football team had of beating Allendale on Friday, Sept. 5.
The weather conditions were horrible for the Friday, Sept. 5, match-up between host Fennville (1-1) and Decatur (2-0).
The weather wasn’t the only thing that was fantastic on Thursday, Aug. 28.
Plainwell senior quarterback Trent Monroe attempted only six passes in his team’s season-opening game with Dowagiac on Thursday, Aug. 28.
According to Saugatuck coach Bill Dunn, the team is experiencing something of a learning curve.