CLARE—After winning both the boys’ and girls’ Division 4 Michigan Interscholastic Track & Field Coaches Association State Meet championships last season, Saugatuck moved up to Division 3 this s
Hamilton senior Erika Freyhof put together quite the memorable performance at the Michigan Interscholastic Track & Field Coaches Association Team State Meet on Saturday, May 27.
Members of the Martin softball team must have eaten their Wheaties prior to the Bangor Invitational on Saturday, May 13.
You’d expect a game between the two ties tied atop the Wolverine Conference girls’ soccer standings to be a close one.
The Little Guys Invitational at Gobles turned out to be quite the record-setting event for the Saugatuck track program.
Thirteen really was a lucky number for the Allegan girls’ tennis team.
There are few things hard-hitting Hopkins senior third baseman Lexi Merren would rather be doing than playing softball.
Despite being ranked seventh in Division 3, the Allegan girls’ tennis team entered its non-league match against Holland Christian on Thursday, April 27, as the underdogs.
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.