There was plenty of prep sports action over the weekend. Check out how all the local performed at their Saturday competitions.
The Grand Haven hockey and wrestling teams, as well as the Fruitport Calvary Christian girls basketball team, were in action Saturday.
Images from Grand Haven's visit to the mats at Rockford High School on Wednesday night. The Bucs fell to the Rams, 41-19.
The Grand Haven grapplers had a tough time hanging with the O-K Red dominating Rams on Wednesday
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GH, Fruitport grapplers shine at Adam Provencal Invite
Images from Saturday's Adam Provencal wrestling Invitational at Grand Haven High School. (Tribune photos/Josh VanDyke)
The Grand Haven hockey and wrestling teams had strong performances this weekend, while the Fruitport co-op hockey team struggled
GH grapplers find their way in first O-K Red Conference match
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Grand Haven grapplers look to build on success, while Spring Lake and Fruitport look to build toward future success.
The Bucs, Lakers and Trojans all hit the mats to open their wrestling season Wednesday night, with mixed results.
The Grand Haven bowling team ran into the eventual Division 1 state champs on Friday at Sterling Lanes in Sterling Heights.
It was a tough start to the individual wrestling state finals for Grand Haven grapplers, Juan Becerra, Jared Lancaster and Caleb Braley.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — In a sport like wrestling, the lazy are often weeded out and ultimately unsuccessful.