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Team effort leads Bucs wrestlers to fend off Falcons

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Team effort leads Bucs wrestlers to fend off Falcons

Senior wrestler Daniel Guillen attacks his opponent from Fruitport. Guillen is a vital member of this year's team.

Senior wrestler Daniel Guillen attacks his opponent from Fruitport. Guillen is a vital member of this year's team.

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Senior wrestler Daniel Guillen attacks his opponent from Fruitport. Guillen is a vital member of this year's team.

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Senior wrestler Daniel Guillen attacks his opponent from Fruitport. Guillen is a vital member of this year's team.

Sam Woiteshek, Sports editor

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What Happened: Grand Haven took on East Kentwood in the GHHS Fieldhouse this past week and came out triumphant with a 46-22 win. A team effort was needed to beat the Falcons; it couldn’t be done by one man alone. Sophomore Riley Rhone picked up a win to continue his illustrious season, boosting his personal record to 26-5. Per usual, senior heavyweight Colin Monsma came out on top, while senior state finalist Daniel Guillen was victorious as well, bolstering his personal record to 24-3. Perhaps the greatest match of the night was from senior Chris Anderson. A second-year grappler, Anderson got a takedown and a near-fall to put Grand Haven over the edge on their way to victory.

They Said It: “Overall we had a pretty good showing last night,” head wrestling coach Vince Gervais said. “The best part [is] that our young guys are finally understanding how to compete and understand the sport of wrestling.”

What’s Next: The Buccaneers’ team districts are at Mona Shores High School next Wednesday. Grand Haven will then host the individual districts next Saturday at the GHHS Fieldhouse.

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Sam Woiteshek, Sports editor

Junior Sam Woiteshek is back and better than ever in his second year on staff, serving as the Blade’s co-sports editor this time around. As a lifelong...

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