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Inductee Robert Monetza receives his award from principal Tracy Wilson.

Grand Haven honorees return home for Hall of Fame induction

Alexandra Bakker November 11, 2022

The Grand Haven Hall of Fame grew last Saturday when twelve honorees were inducted during the ceremony at Spring Lake Country Club. The Grand Haven Schools Foundation welcomed a total of 12 inductees under...

Boys soccer beats Spring Lake on Bucs Pride night

Boys soccer beats Spring Lake on Bucs Pride night

Alexandra Bakker October 3, 2022

What happened: The boys varsity soccer team won 2-0 against Spring Lake at the Bucs Pride game last Thursday. What does this mean: The boys are ranked second in the conference and first in the district....

Teacher Nelson presents his lesson.

Fellowship of christian athletes kicks off new year

Elena Yu, Reporter October 18, 2021

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is now meeting Friday mornings at 7:15 in Mr Nelson’s room, 2111.  The group is composed of christian students who are focused on empowering their faith through...

GH athletics and clubs hold garage sale for old gear.

Nick Miller, Sports Editor October 15, 2021

As a part of last week’s homecoming activities, various sports and clubs around the school held a garage sale for old gear and merchandise. The first sale was held Saturday, Oct. 9 and the second occurred...

Junior Brendan VanDeWeghe on the mound pitching to Grandville batter

GH Baseball loses to tough Grandville team

Jack Reus, Sports Editor April 13, 2018

What: The Buccaneer baseball team fell to the Grandville Bulldogs in a lopsided, 10-1 game. This loss puts the Bucs at an 0-3 record to start the season. Poor pitching and errors in the field contributed...

Why this years Olympics were the worst this century

Why this year’s Olympics were the worst this century

Chris Hudson, Editor in Chief February 28, 2018

Out of all the Olympiad’s that have happened in my lifetime, though it might not be a lot, these Winter Olympics in PyeongChang were by far the most boring, lackadaisical and unintriguing games that...

Senior Logan Batka attempts to get a strike as he releases the ball.

Bucs bowling Looks to strike at states

Nick Garvale, Reporter December 12, 2017

The Boys Bowling team seeks a conference win and to produce many state contenders this season as they try to return to the game without one of their star teammates, Jimmy Mitchell. Mitchell was named Muskegon...

Sophomore Gavin Baldwin brings the puck back around during a rush toward the opposing teams net. Stellar defensive play paired with an unrelenting offense led the Bucs to easy win.

Bucs hockey lights up scoreboard en route to victory over Jenison

Chris Hudson, Editor in Chief December 2, 2017

What Happened: This past game could be thought of as the best the Bucs have played all season, as they went on the road to face Tier 3 O.K. Red rival, Jenison, which ended up as a 6-2 dismantling of the...

Junior Joe Walsh making moves on his defender during a home conference contest.

Bucs unable to fight off elements and the Falcons in regional loss

Sam Woiteshek, Co-Editor-In-Chief October 26, 2017

What Happened: The Buccaneers traveled to Portage to face off against East Kentwood in a regional match. Through downpours and chilly fall temperatures, the Falcons and the Bucs were locked in a defensive...

Sophomore Jack Nicholson is currently 13 seconds behind Grand Havens all time fastest runner, Joe Duff.

Sophomore Jack Nicholson chases school record

Eric Stolarski , Reporter October 12, 2015

It’s Sunday morning in mid-summer and most kids are enjoying the break and sleeping in. But the boys cross country team is hitting the tarmac. Lacing up during vacation may seem crazy to any-other runner,...

Varsity volleyball weekly update

Isabel Andrini, Sports reporter September 30, 2015

  What Happened: The Bucs had a satisfying win over Rockford last Thursday, beating them 3-1. The team then went on to defeat Gull Lake, Forest Hills Central and St. Joe. But the Bucs then fell...

Weekly sports update

Weekly sports update

Sports section September 23, 2015

Football What happened: On Friday, Sept. 12, the Bucs football team traveled to Reeths-Puffer for a non-conference game. Each team started out slow on offense, remaining scoreless until the second quarter...

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