Day: October 7, 2017

West Ottawa Clinches Share of OK Red Championship

Photo courtesy of Miles Postema Check photos of the game here: ¬†   On Friday night in Holland, a pair of teams squared off for a guaranteed share of the OK Red Championship. Before the season, many people believed that the Rams would be in the conference race into mid-October, but very few people would have expected that the Panthers would be in the same boat. A back and forth battle ensued tonight, and West Ottawa continued their Cinderella run through the OK Red, clinching at least a share of the league championship with a 35-30 win. In the...

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Forest Hills Central Knocks Off Lowell For First Time Since 1999

Gas was $1.90 per gallon, the fear of Y2K was running rampant, and a majority of the players on the field tonight were not even born. On September 10 of 1999, the Forest Hills Central Rangers defeated the Lowell Red Arrows 21-18, their eighth win in nine games in the series. Little did they know that the tide would turn immensely and it would be 18 seasons until the Rangers’ players would celebrate a win over Lowell. Last season, these Rangers were close, losing a pair of games by a combined seven points. Unfortunately, as the old saying goes,...

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Newaygo Shuts Out Tri-County

TEAM1234FINAL Newaygo141401038 Tri-County00000 The Newaygo Lions and Tri-County Vikings squared off on Friday night in a CSAA-Gold contest, with a pair of teams entering the contest headed in separate directions. The Lions came in at 4-2, winners of three in a row, and jockeying for a potential playoff spot. For Tri-County, they came in on a seven-game losing streak, looking to get their first win since Week 8 of last season. Unfortunately for the Vikings, the trends continued the same way that they started, and Newaygo walked away with a 38-0 victory. The Lions took a two touchdown lead...

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Fugate’s Record Night Carries Cougars to Seventh Win of 2017

Photo courtesy of Louis Murray Dwain Koscielniak, Francis Tallent, and Devon Spalding. In the history of MHSAA Football, just those three players have ever finished a contest with more rushing yards than Catholic Central’s Nolan Fugate on Friday night. The senior tailback rushed for 472 yards and five touchdowns in his final regular season home game for the Cougars as they won in a 57-50 shootout over Comstock Park. This game featured fifteen total touchdowns, and the first one of the game was the first of the night for Fugate, a seventeen yard run. The Cougars would score the...

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