If you squinted hard enough you might have been able to see the little white ball being flung across the field.
It didn’t stay in any one lacrosse player’s stick for long, as the Grand Haven boys team put on a passing clinic Thursday night against Forest Hills Eastern. The Buccaneers picked apart the Falcons’ zone defense, assisting on nine of their goals in a 10-2 win.
“That’s a sign of good team lacrosse when you’ve got multiple guys scoring goals, (and) multiple guys contributing in assists,” said coach Murle Greer. “We definitely moved the ball — we had our head and our hands up tonight. That’s how you play good lacrosse — especially against a zone.
“You have to constantly have your head up to find those gaps in that zone. They played it pretty tough.”
Thursday was Senior Night for Grand Haven, and the class of 2014 did the heavy lifting for the Bucs.
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