Bucs' baseball falters in regional warm-up

In a warm-up for its regional semfinal contest on Saturday, the Grand Haven baseball team traveled to North Muskegon on Wednesday, and battled a Norsemen team that will also compete in regional play on Saturday. Grand Haven fell behind 6-0 to the hosts after two innings and couldn't claw all the way back in a 6-2 final. Bucs' head coach Morey Wagenmaker was pleased with a trio of relief pitchers - Reid Weber, Brody Anderson and Cody Sutton, who shut the door on the Norse and did not allow a hit or run after the second inning.
Tribune Staff
Jun 9, 2011


Grand Haven’s lone runs came in the third, as Danny Cotter belted a two-run home run. Cody Otting was dealt the loss on the mound for the Bucs, as he gave up six hits and four runs.

Grand Haven will battle Forest Hills Central (20-5 overall) in its regional contest at Jenison High School. The first pitch is scheduled for 10 a.m.


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