Bucs to face Jenison tonight in home match up

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Jack DeKlyen heads the ball against East Kentwood. The team will look to provide more offense against Jenison in their district semifinal game.

Jack DeKlyen heads the ball against East Kentwood. The team will look to provide more offense against Jenison in their district semifinal game.

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Jack DeKlyen heads the ball against East Kentwood. The team will look to provide more offense against Jenison in their district semifinal game.

Nick Twa, Reporter

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WHAT’S HAPPENING: The Bucs varsity boys soccer team finished their O-K Red conference season with a 6-2-3 record, 9-3-3 overall. The squad defeated Mona Shores in the district semifinals on Monday, Oct. 15 with scores by seniors Sam Scarpino, Jack DeKlyen and Mason Mahacek, as well as a game-clinching saves by senior Brenner Kar in penalty kicks. The team hopes to end the season off on a high note with a win in the semifinals and a berth in the regional finals matchup.

THEY SAID IT: “These past couple weeks we have really settled into our game,” DeKlyen said. “We changed our formation to only defend with three so we can have a stronger attack. Last night was a game full of emotion. The student section really helped us and the energy they gave us kept us playing hard.”

UP NEXT: The Bucs take on Jenison at home in the district semifinals for the chance to play in the district finals tonight, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m.

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Nick Twa, Reporter

Junior Nick Twa is on his first year being a part of the Bucs’ Blade staff, specifically on the sports team. He is one of the biggest Michigan State fans out there and loves to go fishing. Nick lives for college and NFL football and watches it whenever he can. When he isn’t watching football, Nick is spending his time outdoors and hanging out with his family. Nick also loves camping and goes on camping trips every summer. He joined the Blade to share his perspective on the world of sports.

 

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