With fall competition beginning soon, don’t miss these five title-bound teams as the 2018 season gets underway
Here are five female prep sports athletes you won’t want to miss this fall season
Grand Haven’s most prolific water polo player picked up two new varsity sports in his senior year, leaving with a school record in one and a first-ever conference title in the other
One local swimming standout will dive into a competitive field Thursday at the U.S. National Championships in Irvine, California.
Twenty-eight local kids participated in a swim, bike and run at the Spring Lake Community Fitness & Aquatic Center over the weekend
Former Spring Lake standout Meg Peel was recently named a first-team Scholar All-American by the CSCAA
With a state championship and an All-Class record to her name, this Grand Haven swimmer is already making a name for herself on the national stage.
A state title, four school records, eight All-State awards, two All-Conference honors and a place on the SL all-time top 10 list in every event is just the beginning for Peel.
The Spring Lake boys swim team took home third place at the state finals, broke eight school records and recorded 26 all-time top 10 swims this season, earning them a spot on our countdown
Top finishers for each category from Sunday’s Grand Haven Triathlon and Duathlon
Images from Sunday's Grand Haven Triathlon. (Tribune photos/Josh VanDyke)
Regardless of ability, this annual event is a must-enter
After last July’s freak storm canceled the 2017 running, the Grand Haven Tri is back with an updates course and increased entry
It's advice parents have been giving their children for generations.
Spring Lake had 12 student-athletes rise above the rest during the winter season of O-K Blue Conference competition and earn All-Conference recognition for their performances.
Front row (left to right): Jenna Core (basketball), K.J. Losee