Given its history of success, being part of the Otsego cross country program brings with it a certain level of expectation.
The Otsego boys’ cross country team entered the Cougar Falcon Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 21, ranked first in Division 2 and ranked sixth in the Super 10 that includes all divisions.
The Saugatuck duo of junior Nik Pettinga and sophomore Max Sharnas truly was dynamic at the Holly Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 14.
That’s all that separated the girls’ cross country teams from Plainwell and Otsego in the Elite Division race of the Spartan Invitational on Friday, Sept. 13.
Friday the 13th is supposed to be an unlucky day.
You’d have a hard time convincing Otsego boys’ cross country coach Steve Long that’s the case.
Plainwell junior Makenna Veen established herself as one of the top runners in Division 2 by virtue of two top-five finishes at the state finals the past two years.
Always the bride’s maid, never the bride.
As Otsego senior Alex Comerford crossed the finish line at Division 2 state finals at Michigan International Speedway on Saturday, Nov.
BROOKLYN—He came. He ran. He conquered.
Following the SAC cross country jamboree at Schoolcraft on Wednesday, Sept. 27, Saugatuck boys’ coach decided to get in a quick run with his young son.