Bucs travel to East Kentwood, looking to sweep the Falcons

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Dimitrius Neely with an aggressive take to the hoop against rival Spring Lake.

Dimitrius Neely with an aggressive take to the hoop against rival Spring Lake.

Julia Drabczyk

Julia Drabczyk

Dimitrius Neely with an aggressive take to the hoop against rival Spring Lake.

Jack Reus, Assistant Sports Editor

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What: The Bucs travel to East Kentwood to take on the Falcons for the second and final time this season, Friday night at 7:30. In the last contest against EK, the Bucs won 58-49 and excelled on all areas on the court. The Buccaneers enter this one with a 10-3 record. East Kentwood on the other hand has struggled this season and could use a win as they come into the game with a 4-9 record.

 

They said it: “This would be a huge game to win considering it’s a conference game,” Bryce Taylor said.

 

Keys to winning: In the last game against the Falcons, the Bucs were hitting shots from deep as well as scoring points down low, this will need to continue if they wish to win this game.

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Jack Reus, Sports Editor

Senior, Jack Reus is entering his third year on staff here at the Bucs’ Blade and will be manning the helm on the sports staff alongside co-editor, Sam Woiteshek. Reus is the most excited he’s ever been for school this year. He is in his fourth year on the cross country team as well as his third year in the Catalina Club, although this year is a unique year as he will be one of the officers. In his free time, Reus enjoys hanging out with the boys, attending Michigan football and basketball games and of course chillin with his two favorite cats, Simon (@simon.the.adventure.cat) and Woo Woo (@woowookitty6).  

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Julia Drabczyk, a Junior photojournalist who is brand new to the Bucs’ Blade, strives for a fun and interesting learning experience that the Blade has to offer her. Drabczyk currently participates in several after school activities such as being apart of the cross country team, Student Senate, track and field team, and helps around the community of what Grand Haven has presented along with beach clean ups. Drabczyk enjoys beach volleyball, having fun with friends, traveling, going to the beach itself, and capturing all of the moments on camera. Julia hopes to attend a college in California and see where the journey will take her.

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