It would be an understatement to say the first half of his team’s game with Three Rivers on Friday, Jan. 6, didn’t go the way Otsego girls’ basketball coach Tony Koshar was hoping.
During Christmas break, the Martin boys’ basketball team stepped up its level of competition by taking on a pair of Class B schools in the Cornerstone University Holiday Tournament.
The situation appeared rather grim for the Allegan wrestling team with five weight classes remaining in its Wolverine Conference match with Sturgis on Wednesday, Jan. 4.
he first quarter and opening minutes of the second quarter couldn’t have been any closer when the boys’ basketball teams from Plainwell and host Allegan met on Friday, Jan. 6.
As a third-degree black belt, Allegan senior Leslie Scane’s hands could be considered lethal weapons.
Martin senior Tanner Curry was a man on a mission in the early going of his team’s game against Zeeland West on Thursday, Dec. 29.
After three seasons coaching at the sub-varsity level at Holland West Ottawa, former Fennville boys’ basketball coach Ryan Klingler is back as a head coach at varsity level with Grandville.
Kryptonite is known to be Superman’s one weakness.
The Otsego girls’ basketball team appears to have found its own version of kryptonite in the form of Marshall.
Bill Woodhams knows what it’s like to play on a successful basketball team.
The Allegan boys’ basketball team came up short in the championship game of its holiday tournament on Thursday, Dec. 29, dropping a 60-40 decision to Wyoming Lee.