For the first 14 minutes and 20 seconds of the first half, the Wolverine Conference South boys’ basketball game between Otsego and Allegan on Tuesday, Jan. 24, couldn’t have been much closer.
The boys’ swimming teams from Allegan, Otsego and Plainwell—along with South Haven—all traveled to Alma on Saturday, Jan. 28.
Saugatuck sophomore Madelyn Moore never got the chance to see Wes Leonard play in person.
It had been nearly six years since the Fennville boys’ basketball team last played a game at the DeVos Fieldhouse on the campus of Hope College.
The Fennville girls’ basketball team isn’t exactly setting the world on fire, but coach Cory Howard believes his squad is getting better and better with each practice and game.
Fennville’s depth paid big dividends on Friday, Jan. 20.
The outcome of the Southwest and Central Michigan Swim League boys’ meet between Otsego and South Haven on Tuesday, Jan. 17, was never in serious doubt.
Defending Wolverine Conference champion Paw Paw took the top spot at the Vicksburg jamboree on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
But a pair of local teams occupied the next two spots in the standings.
Through the first four matches, the Wolverine Conference wrestling showdown between Allegan and host Otsego on Wednesday, Jan. 18, remained a close affair.
The 10 contested matches between the wrestling teams from Hamilton and Wayland were evenly split, with each squad winning five.