Three local football players made their college choices known recently, all at the Division III level.
The 2020 football season, should it take place as scheduled, will be the start of a new era in the state.
By now, most sports fans know that some high school football players’ seasons don’t really end when the final whistle blows. For some, ones especially devoted to the game, there are a number of off-season programs available.
Montague’s football team picked up one more postseason honor this week when it was named Academic All-State honorable mention in Division 6 by the state coaches’ association.
Montague stars Drew Collins and Brennan Schwarz each earned first team all-state honors in Divisions 5-6 this week when the teams were announced by the Associated Press, with Walker Martin picking up a second team honor.
CLARE — Up 11 points with Montague holding the ball deep in Glen Lake territory in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s state semifinal contest in Clare, the idea of the Wildcats losing seemed impossible absent some earth-shaking mistake by Montague.
When Montague’s football team takes the field Saturday to face off with Glen Lake in a semifinal showdown, the teams’ first-ever meeting, the Wildcats will be looking at a tough-minded, high-scoring team with a penchant for pulling out close victories.
MONTAGUE — The students' chants of "we're so flashy" told the story Saturday for the Montague Wildcats, who played defense with attitude and abandon in rolling past Sanford Meridian 48-14 for their second straight regional title.
MONTAGUE — As Montague prepared for this weekend’s regional finals matchup against Sanford Meridian, and a chance to win a regional at home for the first time in program history, the defense in particular was locked in.
MONTAGUE — One of the hardest things to do in sports is to stem the tide when things are going poorly, but that’s what Montague had to do Friday night with the season on the line.