UNDATED (WHTC) - In high school football last night: Ottawa Hills 54, Holland 6; Catholic Central 47, Holland Christian 6; West Ottawa 28, Hudsonville 6; Zeeland East 35, Kenowa Hills 14; Zeeland West 44, Wayland 13; Hastings 34, Hamilton 21; Bloomingdale 26, Saugatuck 13; and Fennville 46, Martin 6. Next Friday evening at 6:40, hear the Holland Christian-Zeeland West game on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live/, or the Martin-Saugatuck contest on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live/.
Hope College entertains Illinois Wesleyan in football action this afternoon. Coverage on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live/ is at 12:40 PM.
Grand Valley State welcomes Ohio Dominican to Luebbers Stadium in Allendale this evening.
State major college football today finds Michigan State home to Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan hosting Connecticut, and Central Michigan traveling to Iowa; Michigan is at Notre Dame tonight.
In Hope College athletics yesterday: The volleyball Dutch fell in four sets at Calvin, while both cross-country teams placed second in MIAA jamboree meets in South Bend. Today, the golfers are in MIAA jamborees, with the Flying Dutchmen at Trine and the Flying Dutch at Alma, while the soccer Dutchmen are home to Olivet this evening.
Rain kept the Tigers from even starting their game with Minnesota at Comerica Park last night. The two teams will play a doubleheader tomorrow. This afternoon, the Bengals and Twins meet in Detroit, with broadcast time on 1450 WHTC at 3:40 PM.
The White Sox couldn’t take advantage of the enforced off night of their closest rival, as they fell to the LA Angels in Anaheim last night, 6-2, to stay two games ahead of Detroit in the AL Central. Erwin Santana allowed just two hits with 11 strikeouts in seven innings of pitching for the Cherubs, who host Chicago again this evening.
David DeJesus’ single in the 11th inning plated the winning run, as the Cubs edged visiting St. Louis yesterday, 5-4. The series at Wrigley Field in Chicago continues this afternoon.