Grand Haven bowlers edge rival Hudsonville

Grand Haven’s Becca Hatinger completes her follow through after releasing the ball during Monday’s matchup against East Kentwood. The Bucs girls' team won 28-2. (Tribune photo/Josh VanDyke)

The Grand Haven boys and girls bowling teams hoped to ride the wave of momentum of their East Kentwood invitational win into their O-K Red conference showdown with Hudsonville on Monday.

The Haven girls were determined to hand Hudsonville (3-0-1) its first loss of the season. After losing the first Baker game, the Grand Haven girls turned the tables to win the second Baker game and secure a 6-4 lead heading into the regular games.

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