Even the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.
Seven Allegan County wrestlers came away with individual championships at the Wolverine Conference Tournament on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Defense was the name of the game for the Otsego girls’ basketball team when it hosted South Haven in a Wolverine Conference North clash on Friday, Jan. 31.
Otsego senior Charlie Woodhams entered his team’s Wolverine Conference boys’ basketball clash against South Haven needing five points to reach 1,000 for his career.
It wasn’t that long ago that Allegan was not only the top wrestling power in the Wolverine Conference, but also a state power under the guidance of Hall of Fame coach Murray Rose.
It was youth versus experience when the girls’ basketball team from Otsego hosted Plainwell on Friday, Jan. 17.
Chalk one up to experience.
It’s been said that the third time’s the charm.
Otsego boys’ basketball coach Matt Dennis didn’t know exactly what to expect as his team prepared for its game against Melvindale Academy for Business and Tech as part of the Kalamazoo Central Show
Tyler Case didn’t win either of his two individual events during Otsego’s Southwest and Central Michigan Swim Conference meet with Marshall on Tuesday, Dec. 17.
It was youth versus experience when the Bulldogs of Otsego hosted the Bulldogs of Vicksburg in a Wolverine Conference girls’ basketball clash on Tuesday, Dec. 17.