The Hopkins volleyball team was jumping up down like it was Christmas morning after recording its first win over NorthPointe Christian in half a decade.
What most fans anticipated would be a dogfight when Hopkins entertained Belding in a gridiron clash on Friday, Sept.
Betty Jean Truax, 93, of Shelbyville passed away at her home on July 31, 2019.
She was born May 20, 1926, in Grand Rapids, the daughter of the late George and Jessie (Sweezy) Hammer.
Rain, thunder and lightning wasn’t the only thing that did in the Hopkins softball team on Thursday, May 16.
Losses, no matter when they occur, are seldom fun.
But some losses are harder than others, including the first loss of the season and the last loss of the season.
When a basketball team has four players score in double figures and limits the opposition to one double-digit scorer, the odds of success are usually pretty good.
Nolan Smith collected a single-season passing touchdown record for Hopkins with 24. But he would have gladly traded that mark for a playoff win over Kalamazoo United on Friday, Nov. 2.
Hopkins senior Madison Wyngarden couldn’t help but feel a little sad despite her team’s quad victories over Grand Rapids Prep and Zion Christian on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
The Mustangs of NorthPointe Christian had two chances of winning their OK Silver Conference first place show down against Hopkins—slim and none.
When the Hopkins boys’ basketball team traveled to Otsego for an opening-round Class B district game against Plainwell on Monday, March 5, it served as a homecoming of sorts for first-year Viking c