GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Tanner Williams was already limping by the time he ambled to the starting line late Friday evening. 

The senior had already been through a busy day, earning points in the 200 meters and helping break a school record in the 4x100 relay. He had just a lap around the track to go – perhaps not his fastest, but enough for the Buccaneers to take third in the event, securing a second-place team finish at the OK Red conference meet.

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