It’s been said that’s it’s hard to beat a team twice in season, but how about four times? Yes, four times.
Hopkins senior Madison Wyngarden couldn’t help but feel a little sad despite her team’s quad victories over Grand Rapids Prep and Zion Christian on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
Logan Brummel wasn’t literally a one-person wrecking crew in Hopkins’ volleyball matchup with Calvin Christian on Thursday, Sept. 28.
Plainwell volleyball coach Carolann Davis needed to have a word with her team.
After bouncing back from a 25-21 loss in the opening set to take the next two sets, the Otsego volleyball team needed to win just one of the final two sets to defeat Plainwell.
Hopkins’ final regular-season home volleyball match was very emotional.
Otsego never trailed in the opening game of its Wolverine Conference volleyball match with visiting Allegan on Thursday, Oct. 6.
That doesn’t mean it lacked for drama.
Terrie Wisser is a competitor. And like all competitors, she doesn’t like to lose.
But when her team does come up short, she gives all the credit to the victorious team.
Volleyball wasn’t the only thing on minds of players and fans when Allegan and South Haven squared off in a Class B district semifinal on Thursday, Nov. 5.
Otsego hammered South Haven in two regular-season volleyball matches this fall.