Through the first four matches, the Wolverine Conference wrestling showdown between Allegan and host Otsego on Wednesday, Jan. 18, remained a close affair.
The 10 contested matches between the wrestling teams from Hamilton and Wayland were evenly split, with each squad winning five.
When you have three players score 16 or more points in a high school basketball game, your odds of winning are usually pretty good.
Since the SAC went to a three-division format last season, the Martin boys’ basketball team had yet to suffer a divisional loss.
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
Entering the meet-closing 400-yard freestyle relay, Allegan boys’ swim coach Mark Mattox knew his team didn’t have to win the event to secure the victory over Harper Creek on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Saugatuck senior Blake Dunn was good in his team’s SAC contest with Coloma on Friday, Jan. 13.
Comet sophomore Zach Goodline happened to be a little bit better.
The first half of the SAC boys’ basketball contest between Martin and visiting Decatur belonged to the Clippers, who took a 36-10 lead into the locker room.