Hopkins senior guard Samantha Sebright often goes by the shortened version of her name, Sam.
Deer-hunting season has been over for a while now, but the Hopkins boys’ basketball team is still on the hunt for something: Its first conference championship in 23 years.
First-year Fennville boys’ basketball coach Ty Rock couldn’t help but feel a little anxious entering his team’s SAC Lakeshore contest with Gobles on Friday, Feb. 14.
“Stand up, you coward.”
That’s a phrase opponents of Allegan’s bowling teams have likely been uttering to the pins this winter.
Through eight of the 14 weight classes in its Division 3 team wrestling district final against Comstock on Wednesday, Feb. 12, Hopkins faced a 27-18 deficit.
The combined Martin/Climax-Scotts wrestling team found itself facing a serious uphill battle as it entered its Division 4 team district final against Delton on Thursday, Feb. 13.
Each year, USA Baseball presents the top amateur player in the country with the Gold Spikes Award.
The third quarter was the charm for the Plainwell girls’ basketball team in its Wolverine Conference North battle with archrival Otsego on Friday, Feb. 14.
The good news for the Allegan wrestling team was that it fared better against Wolverine Conference foe Plainwell in the Division 2 team district final on Wednesday, Feb.
The Otsego boys’ basketball team went to halftime of its rivalry game with Plainwell on Friday, Feb. 14, holding a 34-26 lead.
The Bulldogs weren’t satisfied.