The Fennville boys’ basketball team did a good job of containing Otsego leading scorer Bill Woodhams during the first three quarters of the Wednesday, March 8, contest.
If the Division 3 boys’ swim and dive state finals were a movie, then Otsego’s Brennan Richardson would have been cast as the leading man in terms of Allegan County athletes.
By Jason Wesseldyk
Based on the final score, you might assume the Class B girls’ basketball district title game between Otsego and Allegan on Friday, March 3, was relatively easy for the Bulldogs.
The final score of the Southwest and Central Michigan Swim League boys’ meet between Otsego and Plainwell went to the Bulldogs by a 97-84 final.
Some people like surprises. Others don’t.
Otsego entered the girls’ basketball season as the favorite to win the Wolverine Conference North championship.
You can make a difference.
That’s one of the messages Otsego Middle School teacher Jake Knash tries to impress upon the sixth graders in his Teen Leadership class.
Although nearly two decades have passed since then, memories of his first regional meet as Otsego girls’ cross country coach remain vivid in Steve Long’s mind.
Dougie’s Family Bar and Grill owner Jared Polonowski hears the question “When are you going to open?” a lot.