Megan Ready and and Sophia Winn will continue their Lacrosse careers in college, next year
In only their second year as a program, the Spring Lake girls lacrosse team is already taking the O-K Conference by storm.
The Spring Lake girls lacrosse and Grand Haven girls tennis teams both celebrated Senior Night on Monday, while the Spring Lake golf team and WMC girls soccer team had impressive individual performances fuel them to strong finishes.
The Spring Lake and Grand Haven track and field teams took on their respective conference meets Friday, while the Laker girts lax and soccer teams rolled to easy wins.
The Spring Lake girls lacrosse team put on a clinic Monday night against the Panthers
Rain delays early this week made for a plethora of prep sports in action Wednesday night
The Spring Lake girls lacrosse team and Western Michigan Christian girls soccer team recorded big wins Monday, while the WMCC softball squad split its conference doubleheader with Manistee.
The Grand Haven boys and girls track teams ran through the wind and rain to give top-ranked East Kentwood a run for their money, while the Grand Haven girls soccer and softball teams and Fruitport girls soccer team was also in action.
It was a full schedule of prep sports action Monday with the Spring Lake boys golf, girls soccer and lacrosse teams, along with the Grand Haven and Fruitport girls tennis teams and the Western Michigan Christian softball and soccer teams all competing.
The Spring Lake girls lacrosse team tamed the Grandville Bulldogs on Friday night, while the Fruitport girls tennis team edged Zeeland West.
Images from Tuesday night's girls lacrosse battle between Spring Lake and Grand Haven at Spring Lake High School. (Tribune photos/Josh VanDyke).
It was a battle of wills, friendships and defenses Tuesday night as the Spring Lake girls lacrosse team hosted Grand Haven.
Here are five prep sports events that will be well worth the price of admission this week
The Spring Lake boys lacrosse team took a beating against Rockford at home Friday, while the girls returned the favor to Lowell
The Spring Lake girls lacrosse team (10-4) finished with a win at its first Senior Night in program history on Tuesday.