Shooting woes don’t stop GH girls

The mark of a good leader is stepping up in times of adversity, and when Grand Haven wasn’t shooting well in its O-K Red opener against Hudsonville on Tuesday night, point guard Amanda Merz answered the bell.
Tribune Staff
Jan 15, 2014

The junior flirted with a triple double in the Bucs’ 48-35 win, scoring 17 points to go with 11 rebounds, seven steals and four assists.

“She led us in every statistical category — that was pretty impressive,” said coach Katie Kowalczyk-Fulmer. “She did a nice job of getting to the rim coming off ball screens.”

 Grand Haven shot 17 for 60 on the evening, 3 for 18 from downtown.

“We just couldn’t throw it into the ocean tonight,” said Kowalczyk-Fulmer.

The Bucs managed to get the job done in other ways.

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