2016 OK Black Football Preview

The OK Black has been a top heavy league since its creation. In every season since 2011, the league champion has ran the table and the runner-up has only lost to the champion. Usually a three team league, this conference lost its third competitor as Zeeland East heads to the OK Green as a product of the realignment. In to replace the Chix, the Jenison Wildcats will feel relief avoiding the perennial powers of Grand Rapids Christian, East Grand Rapids, Lowell and Caledonia in the OK White. The Fruitport Trojans also join the OK Black, as they move in from the Lakes Eight Conference to be paired with area competition such as Muskegon, Mona Shores and Reeths-Puffer.¬†Muskegon is a heavy favorite, however the¬†league is once again a two team race in 2016 as the Muskegon Big Reds and Mona Shores Sailors should enter their Week 8 matchup undefeated in league play. Fruitport, Jenison and Reeths-Puffer could all contend for playoff spots, but they stand no chance against the big two in league play. PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH 1-Muskegon 2-Mona Shores 3-Reeths Puffer 4-Jenison 5-Fruitport 6-Kenowa Hills 7-Union   Fruitport (4-5 in 2015) The Trojans are joining the OK Black after ten years in the Lakes Eight Conference. Last fall, the Trojans suffered their second straight 4-5 season, losing the two games against OK Conference members (Grand Haven and Mona...

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