A busy stretch of the season that saw the Saugatuck boys’ soccer team play four matches in four days ended with a pair of losses at the Niles-Brandywine Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 20.
Fennville played with a ton of effort in recording a 2-0 non-league boys’ soccer win over Hopkins on Friday, Sept. 19.
Martin’s non-league football contest at Bellevue had to be pushed back a day from Friday, Sept. 5, to Saturday, Sept. 6, due to the strong storms that ripped across lower Michigan.
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
That’s the way Allegan soccer coach Roberto Gonzalez would describe his team this season.
It’s customary for a person to receive on his birthday.
It’s been said it’s not how you start, but rather how you finish that truly counts,
In a pair of home conference matches on Monday, Sept. 8, against Three Rivers and on Wednesday, Sept. 3, against Paw Paw, Otsego tennis went 1-0-1.
Mistakes killed whatever chances the Hopkins football team had of beating Allendale on Friday, Sept. 5.
The weather conditions were horrible for the Friday, Sept. 5, match-up between host Fennville (1-1) and Decatur (2-0).
Mother Nature was not in a cooperative mood at the scheduled start time for the boys’ soccer match between Wayland and Hamilton on Thursday, Sept. 4.