Girls Lacrosse Preview: Spring Lake

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A Bucs player fights for an airborne ball in a home match vs. Mattawan. Solid defense against Spring Lake tonight will be crucial if Grand Haven wants a victory.

A Bucs player fights for an airborne ball in a home match vs. Mattawan. Solid defense against Spring Lake tonight will be crucial if Grand Haven wants a victory.

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A Bucs player fights for an airborne ball in a home match vs. Mattawan. Solid defense against Spring Lake tonight will be crucial if Grand Haven wants a victory.

Sam Woiteshek, Reporter

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What’s Happening: Grand Haven’s girls varsity lacrosse team will take on Spring Lake at home tonight in a highly anticipated game between two rivals. For three years straight, the Lakers have defeated the Buccaneers, making this year’s seniors anxious and hungry to beat Spring Lake before they depart. Key attackers such as senior Christina Byrne and senior Paige Kramer will have to lead the Bucs offensively, while vital defenders like seniors Emma Veldhuizen and Natasha Robertson will have to stop the Lakers’ attack.

They Said It: “We want to win this game so bad before we go,” senior defender Maddie Brockmyre said. “We want to win so bad we normally get inside our own heads, which is why we lose.”

Know Before You Go: The Bucs Care Food Pantry will be collecting canned goods and non-perishable items during tonight’s game. Each item you donate gets you a dollar off your admission price. The game starts at 7 p.m.

 

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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 sports fan, Sam loves following the Michigan Wolverines and the Green Bay Packers, as well as the Chicago Blackhawks and the Grand Haven Buccaneers. In the summers, Sam can often be found out on a golf course, as he is an avid golfer and is on the Bucs golf team. Sam also enjoys duck hunting, fantasy football, and hanging out with family and friends. He is a master of word-searches and most likely can win in a game of chess. He also prides himself on his pizza-eating abilities and his talent of cooking Ramen noodles. Sam is excited to partake in leading the sports team this year, hopefully to the journalism equivalent of a Super Bowl. He is also eager to share some of his sports wisdom with the students of GHHS and will continue to deliver award-winning columns to his readers.

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