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Most weeks during a normal fall season, football is the only thing going on a Friday night. With schedules compressed by COVID-19 delays, that might not be the case every week this time around. A handful of different events took place across Friday and Saturday.

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SPRING LAKE TWP. — After two weeks without a meet, Spring Lake’s cross country teams were more than ready to race again. Back on their home course, that anticipation turned into fast times, as local runners secured top-three finishes in both races.

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The weekend was the first of the fall season to feature indoor events in the region, with volleyball matches and swim meets taking place in the area.

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Western Michigan Christian cross country runner Abbi VanderKooi was in San Diego participating in the Foot Locker Cross Country National Championships. VanderKooi placed third running a personal record of 16:55.2.

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On Saturday, WMC sophomore Abby VanderKooi competed in the Foot Locker Cross Country Midwest Regional meet in Kenosha, Wisc. There, she raced against some of the top athletes from 13 states. The top ten athletes per gender qualify for the Foot Locker Nationals in San Diego, Calif. on Dec. 14.

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A pair of titles for West Michigan Christian over the weekend plus Grand Haven volleyball hosts a 16-team tournament.

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The Grand Haven Tribune is counting down our top five female and male athletes, as well as teams for the 2018-19 season. Our No. 3 female athlete of the year is Western Michigan Christian freshman Abby VanderKooi for lighting the running world on fire with her distance prowess.

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The Grand Haven Tribune is counting down our top five female and male athletes, as well as teams, for the 2018-19 athletic season. Our No. 3 boys athlete of the year is Ben Hylen of the Spring Lake cross country and track and field teams for leading the cross team to a third-place finish at …

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The Grand Haven Tribune is counting down our top five male and female athletes, as well as teams for the 2018-19 athletic season. Our No. 3 team is the Spring Lake boys cross country team thanks to its third-place finish at the Division 2 state finals.

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The Grand Haven Tribune is counting down our top five female and male athletes, as well as teams for the 2018-19 athletic season. Our No. 4 male athlete of the year is Andrew Hylen after finishing as an All-State honoree on both the cross country course and track, while picking up a third sp…

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The Grand Haven Tribune is counting down our top five female and male athletes, as well as teams for the 2018-19 athletic season. Our No. 4 female athlete is Grand Haven’s Gabby Hentemann, who captured a state title in the highly competitive 800-meter run and a top-eight finish at the Divisi…

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A pair of local road races are set to begin off the summer running season this weekend as the Tri-Cities YMCA Kickoff to Summer Run, presented by Klever Innovations and the Fruitport Old Fashioned Days 5K Run are scheduled for Saturday morning.

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Grand Haven senior runner Andrew Ireland signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his career at Aquinas College this week after a labored decision process.

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Western Michigan Christian freshman standout runner Abby VanderKooi was one of 40 girls competing in Saturday's 40th annual Foot Locker Cross Country National Finals in Balboa Park located in San Diego, Calif.

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The Grand Valley State women's cross country team captured its sixth NCAA National Title with a dominant performance in the 6K race after they scored 41 points, while Sarah Berger became the third different GVSU athlete in program history to win an NCAA Cross Country National Title on Saturd…

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Student athletes across the country gathered in classrooms, auditoriums, libraries and hallways Wednesday to officially extend their careers in both the classroom and competitive fields on National Signing Day.

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Student-athletes across the country gathered in classrooms, auditoriums, libraries and hallways Wednesday to officially extend their careers in both the classroom and competitive fields on National Signing Day.

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The Grand Haven cross country teams had a productive night at the Michigan High School Track and Cross Country Association annual conference Friday night, including the induction of a former coach into the association’s Hall of Fame.

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The Spring Lake athletic programs enjoyed widespread success this fall season, with the boys and girls cross country teams capturing O-K Blue Conference titles and many more finishing runners-up in the final standings.

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The Fruitport volleyball and cross country teams enjoyed sustained success in the O-K Black Conference this fall, so it should come as no surprise that the programs also had plenty of student-athletes make the prestigious All-Conference team for their efforts.

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It was an impressive fall season for the Western Michigan Christian athletic programs, as the boys and girls cross country, volleyball and boy soccer teams all clinched conference championships.

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The Spring Lake boys cross country team has been knocking on the door of becoming a premier program for years now, winning their share of O-K Blue Conference titles and qualifying for the state finals as a team three years running. All the success, though, has still left something to be desired.