Bucs headed back to drawing board after Kenowa Hills loss

Spring Lake junior Luke Rantanen (16) shoots from the blue line during Wednesday's game against Kenowa Hills.

WALKER — Four goals from Kenowa Hills senior Gabe Partridge added to Grand Haven hockey's growing frustration on Wednesday night, as the Buccaneers fell 5-2. It's the fourth straight loss for the mix of Bucs and Lakers.

"We're not a very well-coached team right now," Grand Haven head coach Keegan Ferris said. "We're not doing a lot of the little things, and that starts with me."

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