The Grand Haven and Fruitport bowling squads all advanced individuals to Saturday’s individual state finals.
The Grand Haven boys and girls bowling teams took on the rest of the O-K Red Conference in the postseason conference tournament this weekend.
The Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Fruitport wrestling programs will all be represented at the March 2-4 individual state finals at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Find out who made it for all three squads.
Fruitport Calvary Christian takes a fifth straight Alliance League title, the SL and Fruitport girls hoops teams record big conference wins, the SL swimmers break three school records and GH bowling dominates East Kentwood in a jam-packed prep roundup.
A Spring Lake school record fell in the 50 freestyle, Fruitport Calvary Christian came one step closer to a fifth-straight Alliance League title and the GH bowlers had a busy week this week in prep sports
Both the boys and girls bowling teams took on the Bulldogs on Monday, putting them away early
As many winter sports are hitting the halfway point in their conference schedules, some teams have positioned themselves as contenders, others have fallen out of the race, and others are battling to stay in the hunt.
The GH boys got rowdy to spur a comeback against Rockford on Monday, while the girls enjoyed having a full squad
Images from Grand Haven boys and girls bowling vs. Rockford at Starlite Lanes on Monday. The girls dropped the contest while the boys staged a dramatic comeback in the second regular game.
The Grand Haven boys bowling team escaped with a narrow win over Caledonia on Wednesday, while the Haven girls couldn’t overcome the odds.
Not all the prep athletes were getting buckets on Tuesday, the Spring Lake diving team and GH bowling squad were in action.
The Bucs visited Rockford for some O-K Red swim action while Fruitport bowling took a heartbreaking second place at their own invitational
The Grand Haven boys and girls bowling programs hope to build on last year’s successes. The boys will return plenty of key performers from last year’s team, while the girls will be looking to replace the majority of their team.
Western Michigan Christian bowler Jessica Kinnucan advanced to the quarterfinals of Saturday’s Division 4 competition at Royal Scot Lanes in Lansing.
The Grand Haven bowling team ran into the eventual Division 1 state champs on Friday at Sterling Lanes in Sterling Heights.