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.
Scoring isn’t usually a problem for the Wayland boys’ basketball team, as evidenced by the Wildcats’ point totals against Hopkins (82) and Allegan (88) in the first two rounds of district play.
It was like déjà vu, all over again for the Otsego girls’ basketball team.
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.
Wayland senior Avery Hudson was like a caged animal.
Yes, Martin led throughout the opening quarter of its Class D boys’ basketball district opener with Battle Creek Calhoun Christian on Monday, March 6.
By Jason Wesseldyk
It’s supposed to be hard to beat a good team three times in one season.
Apparently someone forgot to tell that to members of the Hamilton girls’ basketball team.
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.
Chase Beard knew it wasn’t going to be easy.
So did his dad.