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The Grand Haven Tribune is counting down its top five teams from the 2018-19 athletic seasons. The No. 5 team of the year is the Grand Haven boys water polo team, thanks to their fourth-place finish in the state tournament despite having just one All-State honored player. Their team-first at…

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It takes perspective to boil three years of hard work down to a moment, skill to execute in the face of that pressure and fortitude to persevere through the emotional gauntlet of goals realized and relinquished.

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The Grand Haven boys water polo team clinched their fifth straight berth to the state championship tournament Friday night, defeating East Grand Rapids in the opening round of the regional tournament, 7-3, at Hudsonville High School.

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Teamwork makes the dream work, especially if the dream is putting a wallop on west-side water polo competition.

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — To be the best, you have to be the best.

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The Tribune is counting down our top five male and female athletes, as well as teams for the 2017-18 athletic season. Our No. 2 male athlete of the year is Grand Haven’s Mason Fritz. Fritz established himself as one of the state’s premier water polo players before adding two new varsity spor…

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Perspective is important when dealing with championship weekend finishes and world-beating expectations.

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EAST KENTWOOD – The tricky thing about the postseason, is that you can’t predict. The Grand Haven water polo team had assembled a perfect roadmap to the state finals, counting on stellar play throughout the playoffs, but were thrown way off course by a tumultuous regional tournament run.

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JENISON — When all sights are set on a postseason run, regular season Monday night games can get lost in the wash, particularly when they come as the sixth contest in seven days.

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — They say to be the best, you have to beat the best. If you can’t beat the best, play them hard and learn what you can.

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The Grand Haven boys water polo team finished the year at 24-17 in 2016. After falling out of the top 10 rankings over the course of the season, the Buccaneers found their collective rhythm and accelerated through the playoffs, finishing third in the district and fourth in the regional to sn…

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The Grand Haven Tribune is counting down its top five teams, as well as male and female athletes of the 2016-2017 school year. The No. 5 boys athlete of the year is Grand Ruster. Ruster led the Grand Haven water polo team as an All-Conference defender and facilitator, as well as the swim tea…

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With a second-year head coach, a new, but experienced assistant, and a fresh crop of players new to the sport, the Grand Haven girls water polo team is taking their season one game at a time, but is excited to improve.