There are few things hard-hitting Hopkins senior third baseman Lexi Merren would rather be doing than playing softball.
Otsego softball coach Jake Knash has been waiting for the day his team puts it all together and plays with the kind of consistency of which he’s always believed them to be capable.
After suffering a 14-8 loss against Allegan in the first game of a Wolverine Conference doubleheader on Friday, April 14, the Otsego softball team came out swinging in the nightcap.
For the record, host Otsego finished with a 1-2 record at the Third Annual Rylee Lou Charity Softball Tournament at Memorial Park on Saturday, April 15.
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.
There are certain occasions when longtime Wayland softball coach Cheri Ritz doesn’t mind having water thrown on her.
During his seven-year career as a softball coach at Saugatuck, Matt Diaz has experienced some tough losses.
The Wayland softball team officially began the defense of its Division 2 state championship with district action in Allegan on Saturday, June 4.
And a good start it was.
Allegan County rivals Hamilton and Fennville squared off in a non-league softball doubleheader on Friday, May 6, with the teams coming away with a split decision.
It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better in the opening game of Otsego’s Wolverine Conference softball twinbill with Paw Paw on Friday, April 22.