The Grand Haven boys basketball team led by as many as six points, and went into halftime up 22-18 on the road against Forest Hills Central Tuesday night.
But the Rangers held the Buccaneers to just 12 second-half points, pulling away for a 44-34 victory.
"I think we turned it over the first three or four possessions in the (second) half," said Bucs’ coach Steve Hewitt, whose team fell to 0-3. "We're struggling against defensive pressure. We had a number of key turnovers at key times. We've got to keep working on that."
Connor Grimes led the Bucs with nine points, while Noah Lein and Ross Koella each added six.
Grimes and Adam Abraham both grabbed five rebounds, and Isaak Newhouse snagged three steals to go with his four points.
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