SPRING LAKE TWP. — Thursday’s partly cloudy forecast didn’t stand a chance at Spring Lake High School, as the Laker boys and girls tennis teams met for their first Hot Shots Fundraiser.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — The Fruitport girls tennis team earned its fourth straight trip to state finals Friday, finishing second to Cadillac in its Division 3 regional at Spring Lake.
The Grand Haven boys tennis program was represented by junior standout Noah Bachmann at the Division 1 state finals, while the Spring Lake girls golf team battled a competitive field at the Division 3 state finals at Forest Akers East at Michigan State University.
The Grand Haven boys tennis and girls golf teams, along with the Fruitport and Western Michigan Christian cross country teams, competed in pivotal regular season events on Tuesday and Wednesday. Here’s a recap of how each team performed.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Midterms are never an exciting proposition for students, but sometimes, they can be the difference between passing or failing a course.
The Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Western Michigan Christian boys tennis teams, along with the Grand Haven boys water polo team, were all in action Monday night. Here’s how each team fared in their matchups.
2017 saw four east-side schools capture state championships in the Michigan boys tennis ranks. While those dynasty-level programs will no doubt be back in power this fall, there's plenty to be excited about along the Lakeshore.
Grand Haven High School had 26 student-athletes named to their respective All-Conference teams this spring. The Buccaneers had multiple representatives in boys and girls lacrosse, softball, track, soccer and baseball.
It was an important weekend for all the local high school tennis and track programs, as the regional competition determined whether or not the teams would be able to keep their seasons alive for another two weeks.
Pressure has a way of derailing progress. With so much on the plate of the typical prep athlete, especially in the closing weeks of senior year, added expectations surrounding the postseason can bring an early end to a playoff run.
The second winter has passed through West Michigan, with sunshine and warm temperatures clearing away the snow and ice that sabotaged the prep sports schedule last week.
It was a busy night of conference clashes for the Spring Lake, Fruitport and Western Michigan spring sports teams. Check out how all the Laker, Trojan and Warrior teams performed in their contests with the Wednesday night edition of the Grand Haven Tribune Prep Roundup.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The Grand Haven girls tennis team battled through unseasonably cold temperatures to pick up a 6-2 win over Mona Shores on Tuesday afternoon at Grand Haven High School.
Following a tremendous season across the board last spring, local tennis teams will look to repeat their success this season with a variety of strengths and lineups.
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — As Roger Federer cried while accepting his 20th Grand Slam title, Rod "Rocket" Laver took a chance to snap a picture for posterity.
HOLLAND — The Grand Haven boys tennis program has been an annual contender at the Division 1 regionals in recent years thanks to a recent boon in experience and talent in the program.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — It was a bittersweet moment for seven seniors on the Grand Haven boys tennis program Thursday as they competed on their home court for the final time in their high school careers.
SPRING LAKE — The Battle for the Bayou hit the tennis courts Monday as the Fruitport boys tennis team paid a visit to Spring Lake High School.