The Buccaneers won all 10 Baker game points, rolling games of 210 and 247 for a two-game total of 457.
In the regular games, the Bucs rolled total scores of 1,071 and 954 for a total of 2,025, which easily bested East Kentwood’s 901-955-1,856.
Winning points for the Bucs were Joel Collins with a 211 and a 197, Brennan Batka with a 243, Justin White with a 257, and Kaleb Schmidt with a 194.
Jimmy Mitchell added games of 242 and 204 for Grand Haven, which is now 6-1 on the year.
In the girls’ competition, the Bucs won 29-1 over the Falcons.
Grand Haven swept the Baker game points with scores of 137-193 for a total of 330.
Their regular game scores of 788-762-1,550 was well ahead of East Kentwood’s 642-597-1,239.
Meagan Batka rolled a 207 and a 149 to claim a pair of individual points. Becca Hatinger won a point with a 111 game, while Breanna Olthof took two points with games of 163 and 157.
Dominique Sauers rolled games of 181 and 150 to earn a point, while Taryn Metzler added two points with games of 157 and 155. Autumn Ray won a point with her 120 game for the Bucs, who are now 3-4 on the season.