The Fennville girls’ basketball team isn’t exactly setting the world on fire, but coach Cory Howard believes his squad is getting better and better with each practice and game.
It’s been said the best things in life are free.
The score remained a little too close for comfort for Otsego girls’ basketball coach Tony Koshar as his team’s game against Wolverine Conference South foe Paw Paw entered the final minutes of the t
Franesha Robinson never takes any time off when she steps on the basketball court.
“She’s a real spark plug for us,” said Hamilton coach Dan VanHekken. “I like to call her a lion.”
We’ve got nothing to lose.
That was the message Plainwell girls’ basketball coach Tim Rieman delivered to his team at halftime of its game with rival Otsego on Friday, Jan. 13.
It would be an understatement to say the first half of his team’s game with Three Rivers on Friday, Jan. 6, didn’t go the way Otsego girls’ basketball coach Tony Koshar was hoping.
As a third-degree black belt, Allegan senior Leslie Scane’s hands could be considered lethal weapons.
Kryptonite is known to be Superman’s one weakness.
The Otsego girls’ basketball team appears to have found its own version of kryptonite in the form of Marshall.
Plainwell senior Sophie Monroe wanted a chance at redemption.
She got it. And she made the most of it.