CALEDONIA – Consistent, complementary football develops from each phase doing its part to help the team succeed.

Grand Haven was in dire need of all three phases to sync up on Friday, clashing with the No. 4-ranked (in Division 2) Caledonia Fighting Scots and were left with a mixed bag of results. The Bucs sparred with the Scots for the first two quarters, exchanging blows in the form of long scoring drives.

Contact Matthew at mehler@grandhaventribune.com.

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