Spring Lake rides fierce ground attack to beat Coopersville

It didn’t take long for Spring Lake starting quarterback Mark Williamson to live up to his name.
Nich Wolak
Aug 30, 2013


He made his mark early, scoring on a 50-yard quarterback keeper with 10:57 left in the first quarter.

The Lakers would go on to defeat Coopersville, 35-6, in their high school football season opener.

After being one of multiple quarterbacks who lined up under center for the Lakers last season, Williamson walked into this year knowing he was the unquestioned starter — and he played like it. 

“Williamson’s come a long way since last year when he was a sophomore,” Spring Lake head coach Jerry Rabideau said. “You can see the poise — the confidence that he has this year, and his command of the offense. I think that one year of maturity has just made a huge difference for him.”

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The team looked great last night. Williamson, Ready and Slagboom are amazing players, as are many of their teammates.


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