The Grand Haven boys basketball team had a strong 2018-19 season, finishing second in the O-K Red conference before falling to an 18-win Muskegon team in the opening round of districts. This season will be more of an unknown for the Buccaneers as their starting back court from a year ago graduated. The loss of Casey Constant and Bryce Taylor and how Grand Haven can replace their production is key for them this season.
“Three guys we are expecting to have a big year from are Drew Sinke, Owen Ross and Adam Strom,” Grand Haven head coach Greg Immink said. “Those are three guys who are three-year varsity players. Now, they are going to be stepping into bigger roles. They played significant minutes for us last year at positions two through five and I think especially in the early going it’s going to be important for those guys to be leaders for us on and off the court.”