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Grand Haven senior Bashir Neely stiff arms an Eagle defender during the second half of Friday night’s loss to Hudsonville.

GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Grand Haven has found itself in a few deficits as of late; craters that are far too deep to climb out of.

The Buccaneers were in a 28-0-hole last week and this week, trailed 35-0 to Hudsonville at the half – the Eagles eventually handed Grand Haven their third straight loss, 49-14, undoing some of the good work that had them off to their best start since 2014.

Contact Matthew at mehler@grandhaventribune.com.

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