Grand Haven's Jolee Houle (22) drives to the basket during overtime in the Buccaneers' win against Hamilton on Tuesday night.

GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Down by 10 points with six minutes left, Grand Haven put the game in the hands of senior Jolee Houle. It wasn’t much of a surprise that the Wayne State signee pulled the Buccaneers back into the game almost single-handedly. 

Houle’s 3-pointer with 2.5 seconds left in regulation sent the game to overtime, and by the end of the night, her 35 points were a new school single-game record as the Bucs defeated Hamilton 59-53.

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