Friday the 13th has traditionally been viewed as a day when strange things can happen.
Plainwell girls’ basketball coach Tim Rieman stood near the entrance to his team’s locker room, his eyes red and slightly puffy.
CHARLOTTE—“This wasn’t the birthday present I was expecting,” said a dejected Wayland coach Marty Howard.
CHARLOTTE—For a half of the first quarter, the girls from Belding hung with the Wildcats and then the give-and-go sent the Redskins packing.
In her first three years as a member of the Plainwell varsity girls’ basketball team, senior Sarah Morrell never got the chance to play in a regional game as the Trojans failed to advance past dist
If South Haven boys’ basketball coach Jamin Olds woke up in a cold sweat after going to bed on Monday, March 9, there was no need for concern.
Plainwell boys’ basketball coach Dan Klein sat on a bench in a locker room at South Haven High School after his team’s Class B district opener with Hopkins on Monday, March 9.
Heading into his team’s Class C district final with Calvin Christian on Friday, March 6, Fennville girls’ basketball coach Ernie Ramirez knew the Blackhawks were facing a tall task.
When the Martin girls’ basketball team claimed a Class D district title last season, it marked the first such championship by the Clippers in 19 years.
Beating the same team three times in one season is supposed to be hard.
Apparently someone forgot to share that fact with members of the Plainwell girls’ basketball team.