It was a family affair for the Harringtons at the Grand Haven Open on Sunday, July 2.
It’s been said that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
That certainly appears to be the case when it comes to Allegan girls’ tennis coach Jen Aldrich and her daughter Aly.
The United States Tennis Association announced its 2016 No-Cut Coach All-Star Team.
Allegan’s Gary Ellis was among the honorees.
One-time bitter adversaries reluctantly joined forces and, in doing so, conquered the world.
Okay, so maybe that’s a little over the top.
With a young team featuring only two seniors, Allegan boys’ tennis coach Gary Ellis figured his squad would go through its share of growing pains, especially early in the season.
The state championship Otsego’s Luke Ford had long coveted was within his grasp.
Otsego senior Luke Ford has had quite the storied tennis career.
Have you ever heard the adage about killing two birds with one stone?
Apparently Otsego senior Luke Ford has.
The Allegan tennis team had a good week of tennis. On Thursday, Sept. 17, the Tigers shut out non-league opponent Hamilton 8-0 and on Tuesday, Sept.
Back in June, 3-year-old bay colt American Pharoah made history by winning the Belmont Stakes to claim horse racing’s first Triple Crown in 37 years.