STEVENSVILLE — Heavily-favored Lakeshore was tied with South Haven with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning of last Saturday’s Division 2 district championship softball game.
Bangor’s varsity girls soccer team finished last week with a mixed bag of results. While the Vikings defeated Brandywine to earn their second victory of the season, they dropped a SAC match to Hartford, 3-0.
South Haven Rams softball team opened up BCS play, Tuesday, by collecting 26 hits in a doubleheader sweep of the Lady Bobcats from Niles-Brandywine winning by the scores of 7-3 and 23-9.
After waiting a year to finally take the field due to COVID-19 health restrictions, the South Haven softball team opened its season Tuesday afternoon with a 5-4 win over the Zeeland West Dux.
BENTON HARBOR — Buchanan’s superior height kept the Bucks undefeated and spelled an end to South Haven varsity girls basketball season. Led by 6-foot-3 sophomore center Faith Carson, and 6-foot junior forward Alexa Burns, Buchanan controlled the boards in posting a 61-43 victory in the Divis…
BENTON HARBOR — South Haven’s girls basketball team held off Coloma 45-42 in the opening round of the Division 2 district tournament, March 22, to advance to the final round. The Rams were able to skip the semi-final round, due to host Benton Harbor withdrawing due to COVID-19 issues.
After halting the tail-end of its conference season due to COVID-19 concerns, South Haven’s varsity wrestling team still managed to finish in first place in the BCS league and then went on last week to win a Division 3 district title by defeating Watervliet in the championship round, 54-21.
The bowling lanes in Niles were aligned just right for several South Haven bowlers competing in the singles conference tournament, March 6.
South Haven’s varsity girls basketball team earned its third straight win of the season, Feb. 19th with a 56-32 victory over Comstock, but the Rams almost sabotaged their efforts with a string of fouls in the first half.