Midway through the fourth quarter of its SAC Lakeshore contest against Saugatuck on Friday, Feb. 1, the prospects of a win for the Martin girls’ basketball team didn’t look good.
Martin boys’ basketball coach Bradley Moelker was concerned his team would be a little rusty when it hosted Saugatuck in a SAC Lakeshore showdown on Friday, Feb. 1.
And with good reason.
The Fennville girls’ basketball team came out of the dressing room on fire in jumping out to a 7-2 lead on host Saugatuck in the Friday, Jan. 18, matchup between the teams.
There are probably times when Allegan girls’ basketball coach Josh Holman feels like he’s on a roller-coaster ride during his team’s games.
And understandably so.
Entering its non-conference contest against Saugatuck on Tuesday, Jan. 15, the Allegan boys’ basketball team had set a new season-high for scoring in each of its previous two games.
Fennville boys’ basketball coach Joe Rodriguez knows full well how big the rivalry games with Saugatuck are every season.
The season got off to a slow start for the Saugatuck girls’ basketball team, with the Indians dropping their first four games.
Things are definitely looking up, however.
“Brad (Dunn) can’t do it alone,” said Saugatuck first year boys’ basketball coach Brian Ward after his Indians dropped a 59-39 decision to visiting Martin on Friday, Dec. 14.
It’s the time of the year for giving.
And the Martin girls’ basketball team has been giving its fans plenty to cheer about in the early stages of the season.
As Saugatuck football coach Bill Dunn posed for a picture with his team’s seniors following its Division 7 district final against Pewamo-Westphalia, one of the players asked if they were supposed t