Buccaneer Baseball splits with talented Hudsonville squad

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Pitches being thrown in a home contest earlier this season.

Pitches being thrown in a home contest earlier this season.

Carlos Rappleye

Carlos Rappleye

Pitches being thrown in a home contest earlier this season.

Jack Reus, Assistant Sports Editor

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What: In a makeup doubleheader on Tuesday, the Bucs split with the Eagles of Hudsonville, losing the first game, 5-2 and winning the second game, 2-1. Strong pitching and consistent defensive play contributed to the victory in the second game. However, runs were scored early by the Eagles in the first game put the Bucs in a tough position and they were not able to recover.

 

They said it: “We pitched well and played defense well,” Junior Riley Walcott said. “One thing that always helps too is our ability as a team to never give up, we’re a good unit.”

 

Up Next: The Bucs play host to the Spring Lake Lakers on Friday, May 25.

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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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Senior Carlos Rappleye is in the midst of his second year on The Bucs’ Blade staff. As the photo editor, he hopes to continue the quality of photography that the Blade has had in past years. He considers his Emmy award-winning sister, Hannah, his role model and plans to pursue journalism in the future. He prides himself on the fact that he listens to music that you “probably haven’t heard of, man,” and the fact that he says he skates but can’t do a kickflip.  

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