GRAND HAVEN TWP. — March was a time of hope for high school programs across the country, and Grand Haven softball had major expectations.

Head coach John Hall considered outfielder Kaelyn Stafford one of the top five players in the state, and a legitimate Miss Softball candidate. Infielder and pitcher Madison Shumaker was going to threaten the school’s wins record.

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