Girls water polo unable to sustain momentum on Senior Night

Macayla Cramer, Reporter

WHAT HAPPENED: The Buccaneers girls varsity water polo team hosted Hudsonville last Thursday. In the first quarter both teams showed equal aggressive and competitive spirit, ending it 3-2 in favor of the Hudsonville. However, Grand Haven proved to be no match for the Eagles, dropping the game 13-3.

KEY PLAYERS: Even with this heartbreaking loss, some seniors particularly shined at last night game. Seniors such as Lydiah Baker, who scored two goals, along with Tylee Knieper and Alexandra Bergman, played extremely well throughout the game.

THEY SAID IT: “I can honestly say I’m not ready for the seniors to leave,” junior Emily Stevenson said. “It’ll be hard, but couldn’t be more proud of these girls. I’m looking forward to [districts]; I think there will be some great games and I can’t wait to see what the girls are going to bring,” Stevenson said.  

KEY MOMENT: These ladies gave Hudsonville a difficult fight, ending the first quarter proves with a close score. In addition to a powerful start from the seniors, other individuals showed extra aggressive throughout the entire of the game.

NEXT MEET: The Buccaneers are traveling to Hudsonville for districts May 10-11. It will be their last games of the season.