SPRING LAKE TWP. – Before Spring Lake’s matchup against Coopersville on Friday night, coach Bill Core had a message for his team. He’s an old school coach and demonstrated a business-like approach to his team.
Tasked with a difficult trip to West Ottawa, Grand Haven’s boys swim and dive team were on the wrong end of a 185-124 scoreline on Thursday night in Holland. On West Ottawa’s senior night, the added energy led the Panthers to a number of strong swims that the Bucs just couldn’t keep up with.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Eric Ayala scored 22 points and Maryland led throughout in picking up an important 73-55 win over Michigan State on Sunday.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Without the usual noisy atmosphere and high energy of a rivalry crowd, Spring Lake wasted no time getting out in front of rivals Fruitport.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — The Spring Lake girls basketball team is attempting to find consistency in their young season, but one thing they’ll continue to hang their hats on is their scrappiness.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — In a season where the O-K Red will play 14 games in five weeks, coaching staffs and players are focused on finding a delicate balance.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Spring Lake varsity boys head coach Bill Core has been preaching to his team that an evaluation will be made after ten games.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — For all the acclaim Grand Haven's boys basketball deserved in their start to 2021, the way they finished Tuesday night's home opener against Grandville should do plenty of motivating for the week ahead.
The Spring Lake boys ski team completed their season with a trip to Northern Michigan to compete in the Division 2 state championship race at Boyne Highlands. Although their finishes were not quite what they had hoped for, making the championships and competing against the best racers in the…
After scoring the game’s first two baskets Friday night — and celebrating with a loud exclamation after both buckets — Grand Haven’s Harrison Sorrelle was given a technical foul by the officials.
WEST OLIVE TWP. — Nic Stump threw down a thunderous dunk on an alley-oop pass from Bashir Neely late in the fourth quarter that sent the Grand Haven bench in a frenzy.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — After months of waiting, a Grand Haven basketball team finally took the court at home – in front of fans both human and cardboard.
Scores and more from Tuesday night's high school action, which was the opening night of basketball season for a number of teams across West Michigan:
NORTON SHORES — If the opening four minutes of their season is anything to go by, there are good things ahead for Western Michigan Christian.
After two and a half months of delays, high school’s winter sports will be fully restarted next week. Boys and girls basketball will start with games on Tuesday for local teams – with Friday night varsity doubleheaders scrapped to keep both varsity teams away from potential quarantines.
Thursday marked an encouraging day for Michigan’s high school student-athletes, as the state’s Department of Health and Human Services issued an order allowing contact sports to restart next week.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — With the extra two months they’ve spent waiting, it would be easy to forgive local student-athletes for having a little pessimism about playing any school basketball this year.
Despite setbacks throughout this month, there is still an air of optimism around the Michigan High School Athletic Association as they wait for student-athletes to retake the field.
While it has divided the student-athletes affected, there’s one element of the University of Michigan’s recent two-week shutdown striking families across the state as the Wolverines deal with COVID-19 complications.
After Wednesday's update from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the official start date for a handful of winter sports was pushed back yet again by two weeks.
NORTON SHORES — Western Michigan Christian girls basketball coach Jeremy Goorman is thrilled to be back on the hardwood in 2021.
Rich Hyde’s return to coaching Spring Lake girls basketball was a successful one, as 2020’s Division 2 district title was just as much as he could have asked for.