Kicking off our countdown of the most impressive female athletes for 2018-19 is the three-sport wonder Jenna Core
Here are five female prep sports athletes you won’t want to miss this fall season
Our final female athlete for the 2017-18 school year is Spring Lake’s Madelyn Nelson. The three-sport standout earned All-State honors in golf and softball and will be continuing her golf career at Valparaiso University this fall.
The final stop aboard on top male athlete countdown is for Fruitport standout Cam Oleen, who used his speed, endurance and willpower to help the Trojans to a multitude of success.
The Tribune rounds out its Top 5 teams of the school year with a Lakers softball squad that won 40 straight games and reached the Division 2 quarterfinals for the second season in a row.
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
The Tribune Top Female Athlete Countdown continues with a dual-sport standout for the Buccaneers who has rewritten the record books as a junior playmaker.
The Tribune Top Team Countdown continues with the local team that made a surprising run all the way to the state semifinals last fall.
The Tribune Top Female Athlete Countdown continues with a Spring Lake athlete who took her game to the next level in three different sports this year.
Young used his speed to lead both the Buccaneer football and track teams this season, capping his high school track career with a seventh-place finish at the New Balance Nationals in June.
The Spring Lake girls golf program captured its 16th straight conference title, its fourth consecutive regional championship and capped off the season with a third-place overall finish at the Division 3 state finals.
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
A trio of stellar seasons this year yielded Core accolades, school records and leadership positions