Alyssa Hopkins couldn’t hold back her emotions.
Neither Hamilton nor Wayland backed down when the two Allegan County opponents collided in a non-league girls’ soccer match on Friday, May 9.
For the sixth year in a row, the Hamilton girls’ track team has won the OK Green Conference title in the Friday May 9, league meet.
Allegan junior Max Miniat pitched well in the opening game of a doubleheader with Hamilton on Saturday, May 10.
The Wayland softball team flexed its collective muscles in the championship game of the Centreville Invitational on Saturday, May 10.
If there were any questions regarding which girls’ tennis team was the best in the Wolverine Conference, then they were answered at the league tournament on Saturday, May 10.
The Lynx Golf Course was the host course for the inaugural M-89 Challenge on Saturday, May 3, pitting the golf teams from Allegan, Otsego and Plainwell against one another in an 18-hole stroke play
Defending Division 4 boys’ track and field state champion Saugatuck nipped out St. Louis for the title at the Shepherd Bluebird Invitational 140.5-130 Saturday, May 3.
Averaging more than 10 runs per game in its previous three contests, the Saugatuck softball team hoped to keep its offense rolling in a SAC North doubleheader against Martin on Monday, May 5.
The Allegan girls’ soccer team is making plenty of waves this spring.
In a five-day span, the Tigers have crawled their way to stunning wins over rivals Plainwell and Otsego.