Reeths-Puffer spent the past few seasons steadily rising to the ranks of a contender in the area, finishing second in the O-K Black Conference twice in a row behind only powerhouse Muskegon. This year, the Rockets have to reload.
Whitehall is as ready as any team in the area to get its basketball season rolling, as the Vikings return almost their entire roster from last season.
Montague boys basketball’s season will feature a lot of new faces this year, so many that it’s not certain yet who those faces will be.
The MHSAA announced a revised winter sports calendar Wednesday afternoon, operating under the assumption that the current Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) orders will expire as scheduled at the end of the day Jan. 15.
Whitehall alum and Alma College sophomore basketball player Brandon Rake was fortunate that his Scots were able to complete their 2019-20 season before COVID-19 shuttered sports nationwide. However, that doesn't mean he is any less ready to get back out on the court.
Newly minted Reeths-Puffer graduate Lauren Ross is moving up a level, announcing Tuesday night that she has switched her college choice from Division II Ferris State to Division I Western Michigan.
The addition of seeding at the regional level in ice hockey, and adjustments to provide byes for top-seeded teams in basketball and soccer, were among the most notable actions taken by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its annual Spring Meetin…
Everyone who follows high school sports on even a casual basis probably knows many of the things varsity coaches do to keep their programs running. Perhaps fewer know how important the JV coach can be.
Whitehall junior Jaegar McGahan didn’t let diabetes stop him from competing in sports after being diagnosed at age seven. He certainly wasn’t going to let a little thing like a heart condition keep him off the field, either.
All season, Montague coach David Osborne praised the hardworking nature of his basketball team. It showed in a .500 season, despite an inexperienced group, and also in a very impressive showing in the classroom.