They are who we thought they were.
The season got off to a slow start for the Saugatuck girls’ basketball team, with the Indians dropping their first four games.
Things are definitely looking up, however.
A slow start gave way to a solid finish for the Martin girls’ basketball team in its SAC road showdown against Watervliet on Thursday, Dec. 20.
The result was a comeback victory.
When a basketball team has four players score in double figures and limits the opposition to one double-digit scorer, the odds of success are usually pretty good.
It’s been said that the third time is the charm.
Despite the fact that his team won first two games of the season by comfortable margins, Otsego girls’ basketball coach Tony Koshar had some concerns.
It’s the time of the year for giving.
And the Martin girls’ basketball team has been giving its fans plenty to cheer about in the early stages of the season.
Regardless of the sport or level of play, it’s always difficult to lose your final game of the season.
That includes Hamilton girls’ basketball coach Dan VanHekken and his players.
All things, no matter how good, must eventually come to an end.
Martin girls’ basketball coach Doug MacVean knew what it felt like to hoist the district championship trophy, having done so multiple times earlier in his tenure with the Clippers.