Not even a season-ending 30-8 loss to Edwardsburg in a Division 4 district semifinal on Friday, Oct.
Sure, the Saugatuck football team dominated the competition during the regular season, scoring 514 points and surrendering only 32 points en route to winning all nine games.
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.
Sometimes life just doesn’t seem fair.
The kids who went trick or treating for Halloween had to work extra hard on Friday, Oct. 31, due to the cold and wet weather conditions.
The Plainwell offense hadn’t scored less than 15 points in the opening half and had failed to score at least 28 points only once this season.
Murphy’s Law says, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.”