From a sports fan’s point of view, few things are better than watching your favorite team dominate its opponents on a consistent basis.
After securing an interview for a teaching and tennis-coaching position at Allegan High School in the spring of 1974, Gary Ellis thought it would be a good idea to do some research.
First-year Allegan wrestling coach Phillip Joseph quickly identified junior Tyson Emmons as one of the team’s leaders.
Steve Fries, 29, and his younger brother Mike, 26, are starting to see the benefits of their hard work pay off.
It was a true team effort for the Plainwell boys’ swimming and diving team in its Southwest and Central Michigan Swim League meet against visiting South Haven on Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Hosting Hamilton in a non-league contest on Tuesday, Dec. 18, the Otsego boys’ basketball led by 21 points early in the third quarter and ended up winning by 15 points.
A slow start gave way to a solid finish for the Martin girls’ basketball team in its SAC road showdown against Watervliet on Thursday, Dec. 20.
The result was a comeback victory.
It’s important to maintain perspective in life.
It’s one thing to secure a win.
It’s another thing to secure a win in school-record fashion.
When a basketball team has four players score in double figures and limits the opposition to one double-digit scorer, the odds of success are usually pretty good.