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With the hunting season looming, new restrictions on baiting and feeding deer have given hunters pause before buying a license for the upcoming season.

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DETROIT (AP) — Matthew Stafford threw a go-ahead, 31-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Golladay midway through the fourth quarter and Darius Slay made an interception in the end zone with 1:03 left, allowing the Detroit Lions to beat the Los Angeles Chargers 13-10 Sunday despite a slew of mistakes.

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With plenty of weekend sports across west Michigan this weekend, we've put it all in one place. A Grand Haven swimming relay team broke a school record as the Bucs hosted the West Michigan Relays, while Fruitport hosted a volleyball tournament, and Spring Lake a swim meet. 

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Friday night was not exactly kind to the area's football teams as conference play began for Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Fruitport and Muskegon Catholic Central. 

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Grand Haven was on the road for a second straight week, this time in Hudsonville taking on the Eagles. The Buccaneers made a handful of mistakes early that led to their opponent getting good field position and easy scores. The Bucs surrendered 27 points in the first quarter and only six in t…

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SPARTA – The Lakers were on the road opening up O-K Blue play in Sparta tonight. The Spartans put points on the board early with a touchdown run by quarterback Jakel Davis and the Spartans would not look back after that. 

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Due to changes in our print production schedule, the Tribune’s print deadline is such that we will no longer have the ability to publish sports scores in the following day’s newspaper.

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GRAND HAVEN – The Grand Haven volleyball team kicked off the school's fall series of Bucs pride games at home Thursday night. Bucs pride is a night where the players trade in their blue and gold for purple and white and wear t-shirts that honor people in their lives that have been effected b…

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GRAND HAVEN — With the match between Grand Haven and Grandville tied at four wins apiece, Grand Haven junior Ian Rant was the last one on the court.

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GRAND HAVEN – Despite a period of heavy rain in the lead-up to the game, Grand Haven and Spring Lake were able to brave the elements and play their rivalry match on Tuesday night.

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With most of the area’s prep teams earning a deserved day off on Monday, it’s time to take a look at which games could carry the most intrigue this week. A pair of soccer teams that are off to hot starts meet up as well as the start of Grand Haven’s series of Bucs Pride games highlight this …

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SPRING LAKE – The Spring Lake and Fruitport rivalry continued this weekend, when the Trojans traveled to Spring Lake to take on the Lakers in soccer. Offense was at a premium in this match, both teams only managed one goal apiece as the match ended in a draw.

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GRAND HAVEN -- Despite a promising start to the day, Grand Haven’s varsity volleyball couldn’t continue their strong play on Saturday afternoon, losing to Forest Hills Northern in the semifinals of the weekend’s Grand Haven Invite.

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FRUITPORT – A quick-strike Reeths-Puffer attack was too much to handle for Fruitport boys soccer on Thursday night, as three goals in a minute and a half put the game out of reach in a 5-1 win. Two of the Rockets’ three Carpenter brothers were the standouts, their involvement in all three go…

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Photos from Thursday's local prep action including: Fruitport varsity soccer, Grand Haven freshman football, Grand Haven freshman soccer and Spring Lake and Fruitport JV football 

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Rebuilding or retooling seem to be a common theme with local girls golf teams in the 2019 season. Grand Haven is turning their focus to a handful of young golfers after graduating several key players last year. The Bucs look to a sophomore who has already shown impact potential to step up an…

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GRAND HAVEN – Tuesday’s match between Grand Haven and Caledonia pitted last year’s O-K Red co-champions against each other. If one game is anything to go by, it seems as though the Bucs and Scots will do the same thing again this fall.

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This year’s boys tennis season is already off to a hot start, with conference matches beginning in the middle of last week. In Grand Haven, it’s a story of old and new as a senior and freshman occupy the team’s top two positions. At Spring Lake and Fruitport, teams have a mixture of new face…

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GRAND HAVEN – Four local volleyball teams brought out their sunglasses and took their matches outside on Friday as Grand Haven hosted their annual Battle on the Boardwalk tournament. The event takes place at Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium and along with the Buccaneers features local teams…

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Changes in the MHSAA schedule have pushed a handful of fall sports earlier in the calendar, with boys soccer and volleyball chief among them. Already, a handful of local teams have traveled around the area and been involved in tournaments before the start of classes this week.

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On Wednesday, Grand Haven cross country hosted the Grand Haven Invite. The teams running in the event along with the Buccaneers were Spring Lake, Western Michigan Christian, Reeths-Puffer and Portage Northern.

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Grand Haven's varsity football team hosted Reeths-Puffer to kick off the 2019 season. The Buccaneer marching band was the first to take the field, then Grand Haven raced to a big lead over the Rockets before lightning struck, delaying the game. 

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Three goals in the game’s first 12 minutes paced Spring Lake boys soccer to a convincing 4-1 win over Grand Rapids West Catholic on Tuesday night.

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Grand Haven volleyball held the Grand Haven early season invite on Tuesday evening. The field included Jenison, Portage Northern, Battle Creek Lakeview, West Ottawa, Mattawan,Forest Hills Central and Mona Shores.