The Plainwell girls’ basketball team entered the season with three goals: 1. Win the Wolverine Conference North championship; 2. Win the overall league title; 3. Win a district championship.
Defense was the name of the game for the Otsego girls’ basketball team when it hosted South Haven in a Wolverine Conference North clash on Friday, Jan. 31.
By Jason Wesseldyk
Members of the Allegan boys’ bowling team found themselves in a precarious situation at the South Haven Baker Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Otsego senior Charlie Woodhams entered his team’s Wolverine Conference boys’ basketball clash against South Haven needing five points to reach 1,000 for his career.
The Hamilton girls’ basketball team has been the queen of the OK Green Conference for the past several years.
Hamilton junior Jager Haverdink seemed to be playing with extra purpose in his team’s 71-54 OK Green win over Byron Center on Friday, Jan. 24.
Coming off a tough loss to Saugatuck in a non-league game three days earlier, Allegan girls’ basketball coach Josh Holman was curious to see how his players would respond in its Wolverine Conferenc
It wasn’t that long ago that Allegan was not only the top wrestling power in the Wolverine Conference, but also a state power under the guidance of Hall of Fame coach Murray Rose.
All good things, it’s been said, must eventually come to an end.
That proved to be the case for the Martin girls’ basketball team when it came to their season-opening winning streak.