Montague coach Pat Collins joked with then-boss Ken Diamond when he got the Wildcats’ coaching job that there was no way he’d match the 18-year tenure Diamond put in at that position.
MONTAGUE — Wednesday was National Signing Day in college football, and the state champion Montague Wildcats got in on the festivities, officially inking three athletes to in-state colleges.
Montague has not one, but two of the 32 finalists in Class B for the 2020 MHSAA Scholar-Athlete Awards: Drew Collins and Ally Hall. The MHSAA announced the finalists Jan. 19.
DETROIT — It’s been Montague’s mission ever since 2019 ended with semifinal heartbreak: Get back to Ford Field, and win.
Two years ago, Montague made the trip to Ford Field for the state finals with sophomore quarterback Drew Collins at the helm. At the time, Collins was making just his 12th career start after taking over the starting job for week three that season.
Montague is gunning for its first state championship since the 2008-09 repeat champs when it takes the field Friday against Clinton at Ford Field.
MONTAGUE — The Montague Wildcats earned their way back to Ford Field.
It’s been nearly 14 months since the Glen Lake game, but the Montague Wildcats still remember the pain of that semifinal loss.
MONTAGUE — For the third straight season, Montague is the regional champion, and for the third straight season, it wasn’t ever in doubt.
Nearly two months after its last game, Montague will finally return to the field this weekend.