Bucs' softball no match against defending champion Hudsonville

Grand Haven dropped a pair of contests to defending state champion Hudsonville on Tuesday. The Eagles took the first game, 5-0, then won the nightcap. 12-0. Sara Driesenga, who will take her talents to the University of Michigan next year, tossed a pair of perfect games, striking out a combined 21 batters. Grand Haven travels to Forest Hills Central on Saturday.
Tribune Staff
May 18, 2011

 

Grand Haven dropped a pair of contests to defending state champion Hudsonville on Tuesday.

The Eagles took the first game, 5-0, then won the nightcap. 12-0.

Sara Driesenga, who will take her talents to the University of Michigan next year, tossed a pair of perfect games, striking out a combined 21 batters.

Grand Haven travels to Forest Hills Central on Saturday.
 

 

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