Spring sports schedule warms up

The spring sports season picks up steam this week before taking a week-long hiatus for spring break next week. Area prep baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, lacrosse and water polo teams are in action this week, including Spring Lake's varsity baseball squad, which opens its season with a home game against North Muskegon today at 4 p.m. (Note: This game has been canceled due to cold temperatures and poor field conditions). Grand Haven's girls lacrosse team also plays its first match of the season today as the Buccaneers travel to Grand Rapids Christian.
Matt DeYoung
Mar 28, 2011


The boys lacrosse team, which beat Holland 10-0 on Saturday, hosts Grand Rapids Christian on Tuesday at 7 p.m. Tuesday will be a busy time at Grand Haven as the Buccaneers’ girls soccer team, girls tennis team and girls water polo squad will also host games on Tuesday.
Spring Lake and Western Michigan Christian meet on the soccer field on Tuesday at WMC, while the Lakers’ softball team hosts Whitehall. The Lakers’ girls tennis team is also in action on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, Grand Haven’s baseball and softball teams open up play as the baseball squad hosts Holland and softball will hold a home doubleheader against Muskegon Catholic Central.
The schedule remains busy on Thursday, with Grand Haven’s boys lacrosse and girls soccer teams both on the road and the softball squad hosting  South Haven. Spring Lake’s girls golf team hosts Whitehall while the Warriors’ soccer team visits Oakridge and tennis his home against Whitehall.
The action comes to an abrupt halt on Friday as many students head out of state for spring break.
Teams resume play as students return to school on Monday, April 11.


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