When opportunities present themselves, you have to be ready to take advantage.
After being eliminated from the postseason by Hamilton last season, the Hopkins boy’s basketball team had the opportunity for some revenge when the teams met on Friday, Dec. 13.
Martin boys’ basketball coach Bradley Moelker was concerned his team would be a little rusty when it hosted Saugatuck in a SAC Lakeshore showdown on Friday, Feb. 1.
And with good reason.
Hamilton’s boys’ basketball team gave Holland Christian all they wanted the first time the two teams tangled earlier in the season.
Since taking over as Otsego boys’ basketball coach prior to the 2016-17 season, Matt Dennis has preached the importance of unselfish, team-oriented play.
It’s been said that defense wins champions.
At least, that’s how the old saying goes.
Entering its non-conference contest against Saugatuck on Tuesday, Jan. 15, the Allegan boys’ basketball team had set a new season-high for scoring in each of its previous two games.
Fennville boys’ basketball coach Joe Rodriguez knows full well how big the rivalry games with Saugatuck are every season.
Hosting Hamilton in a non-league contest on Tuesday, Dec. 18, the Otsego boys’ basketball led by 21 points early in the third quarter and ended up winning by 15 points.