It was an epic battle for the ages without parallel when Wayland hosted Otsego in boys’ basketball on Tuesday, Jan. 13.
There are some great rivalries out there, with one of those being the friendly feud between Fennville and Saugatuck.
Even though the temperature outside was frigid, the action inside the Hamilton gymnasium was hot from start to finish of the Hawkeyes’ home double-dual wrestling match on Wednesday, Jan. 7.
At 7 feet tall, Otsego senior Seth Dugan has a way of standing out in a crowd.
The Otsego girls’ basketball team led 9-4 at the end of the first quarter and never trailed in its Wolverine Conference East contest with Allegan on Saturday, Jan. 10.
Everything seemed to be going so well for Martin in its non-league boys’ basketball contest with Holland Calvary on Monday, Jan. 12.
Hamilton made 17 field goals inside the 3-point arc as compared to 12 for Holland Christian during this OK Green boys’ basketball contest on Saturday, Jan. 10.
Allegan County was well represented in the annual college football bowl spectacle, which traditionally signals the end of another collegiate football year.
Although Christmas had already come and gone, Saugatuck sophomore Blake Dunn was still in the giving mood when the Indians took on Muskegon Western Michigan Christian on Friday, Jan. 2.
Martin girls’ basketball coach Doug MacVean was thrilled his team was among the participants in the Holland Calvary Holiday Tournament on Friday, Jan. 2, and Saturday, Jan. 3.