WHITEHALL — Whitehall senior McKena Coron didn’t go on a visit to Cornerstone University expecting an offer to play basketball, but when she got one, she jumped on it, joining the NAIA school’s program.
Montague dominated Hart Tuesday night in West Michigan Conference action, 8-0.
Six White Lake girls basketball players earned all-conference mention this season, led by sophomore Kendall Osborne, who earned honorable mention all-state in Division 2.
A year that brought winning seasons to all three White Lake boys basketball teams, as well as a conference championship, unsurprisingly ended with many postseason awards.
The MHSAA Representative Council made a big change to the basketball calendar at its annual winter meeting in East Lansing Mar. 25, permitting all hoops teams in the state to play 22 regular-season games as opposed to the previous 20.
ADA — A 23-point first-quarter blitz showed off the kind of talent the defending champion Grand Rapids Catholic Central Cougars brought to Wednesday’s regional semifinals. It was talent Whitehall, no matter how hard it played, couldn’t match in a 95-63 season-ending defeat.
ADA — Whitehall senior Brodie Fogus hasn’t done a ton of shooting this season, but Sparta learned the hard way Monday night that he is very capable of it.
SPRING LAKE — It took both teams a few minutes to get settled in Friday night’s district championship game, but when Whitehall coach Christian Subdon loosened the reins, the Vikings took off, and they rolled to a 57-39 win.
SPRING LAKE — After years of being tormented by Spring Lake in the district tournament, Whitehall should’ve known it wouldn’t be that easy.
SPRING LAKE — Montague waited all season for a bunch of different players to have their best night at the same time. Wednesday night, the Wildcats got that game at the perfect time.