Grand Haven placed 26 athletes on All-Conference teams this season with representatives from lacrosse, softball, baseball, track, water polo and soccer.
Recapping the weekend's local sports action from across the Lakeshore for the Buccaneers, Lakers and Trojans.
Conference tournaments, championship meets and rivalry tilts define this week of prep sports. Don’t miss these matchups.
Recapping a loaded slate of action from across the Lakeshore
The Bucs continued their rebuilding season with a tough matchup with the No. 1-ranked Rams on Tuesday, putting their strong shooting on display.
The Grand Haven girls water polo team kicked off their season Friday hosting the Shootout at the Shore tournament, facing Zeeland for their season-opening game
The Grand Haven spring sports teams had plenty to celebrate this season, as 22 Buccaneers were named to the O-K Red All-Conference team for their respective sports.
Front row (left to right): Alli Keyser (soccer), Sophie Kleyla (water polo) Laura
The Grand Haven spring polo team is starting from square one, again, for their 2017 campaign
The Grand Haven girls water polo and soccer teams are learning on the fly, while the Spring Lake boys lacrosse team fell to Class A Hudsonville in its season opener.
HUDSONVILLE — Murielle Garbarino couldn’t find an inch of space. By the time the Zeeland defense relented and Garbarino found the back of the net, it was too late for the Grand Haven girls water polo team.
It’s rivalry week for most local sports teams, as numerous adversaries will meet on the turf, track or pool in heated matchups.
For the Grand Haven girls water polo team, the 2016 season will provide plenty of challenges and roadblocks.