The Friday, Jan. 19, boys’ basketball game between rivals Fennville and Saugatuck proved to be a back-and-forth affair that resulted in a 48-46 win for the Blackhawks.
The similari- ties between this year’s Saugatuck football team and the 2010 Indians’ squad are uncanny.
Failure isn’t failure if a lesson from it’s learned.
With Halloween coming up later this month, many people will be heading to haunted houses or watching horror movies in search of a good scare.
The annual Portage Invitational has gained a reputation for featuring a veritable who’s who when it comes to high school cross country.
This year’s race was no different.
There’s a new name atop the record book for the Saugatuck boys’ cross country program.
There weren’t enough hats to go around at the conclusion of the Martin-versus-Saugatuck football game on Friday, Sept. 29.
Losing at home isn’t something the Saugatuck football team has had much experience with the past few seasons.
This year’s running of the Holly Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 16, was a special one for the event, as it celebrated its 50th anniversary.
CLARE—After winning both the boys’ and girls’ Division 4 Michigan Interscholastic Track & Field Coaches Association State Meet championships last season, Saugatuck moved up to Division 3 this s