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Spring sports to hold COVID-19 weekly testing

Spring sports to hold COVID-19 weekly testing

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor March 31, 2021

All spring sports are now required to have COVID-19 testing done every Sunday starting Apr. 11. Different sports will have a certain time to meet between 2:00-8:00 p.m. “We didn’t have a season...

Megan Voorhees

Popular winter sports locations

Megan Voorhees, Reporter February 17, 2021

As a student in Michigan snow days are one of the most favorite things among students in the wintertime. Asking teachers and administrators if there will be school tomorrow is a popular topic to bring...

Spectators watch on during the Grand Haven v East Kentwood game.

MHSAA lifts restrictions on sporting events

Jacob Welch, Reporter October 7, 2020

The Michigan High School Athletic Association recently removed venue size restrictions on all sporting events, with a limited capacity of 500 for indoor activities and 1000 for external activities, effective...

Teens struggle between the balance of homework, sports and their personal lives. (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons)

Are schools putting too much on teens?

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor March 3, 2020

Teenagers today have a lot going on and don’t have much time for themselves.  Students have multiple classes a day for five days a week. Homework is given out to students every night and teenagers...

Athletes attend Women in Sports Leadership conference

Athletes attend Women in Sports Leadership conference

Grace Ostric, Editor in Chief February 14, 2020

The Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Women In Sports Leadership Conference took place Feb. 2-3 at the Crowne Plaza Lansing West. The 24th year of the conference will feature three keynote...

Cross Country meet rescheduled

Cross Country meet rescheduled

Michael Baldus October 3, 2019

The boys and girls second cross country O-K Red conference meet was canceled due to bad weather on Tuesday, Oct. 2. The meet was at East Kentwood High School. The meet has been rescheduled for Wednesday,...

Junior doubles player Tyler De Gram and his partner await an opposing serve. Doubles has been the weakness for the Bucs this year and poor health did not help their cause.

Injured tennis squad falls to East Kentwood

Macayla Cramer, Reporter September 17, 2019

WHAT HAPPENED Last night, the varsity boys tennis team hosted a conference match against East Kentwood. Although the Bucs performed well, the recent illnesses and injuries left Grand Haven at a loss...

“The Den” Podcast 5/17

May 17, 2019

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“The Den” Podcast 4/25

April 25, 2019

Sports fanatics Sam Woiteshek and Nick Twa discuss all the recent happenings in the world of professional sports. https://soundcloud.com/user-333532779/the-den-podcast-2  

Senior point guard Casey Constant drives to the lane in a home game against Caledonia. Constant has led been a leader for the Bucs offensively and defensively.

Calling It Like I See It: Player Polarization

Players will play, but haters will hate
Sam Woiteshek, Co-Editor-In-Chief February 20, 2019

As I sat and watched the world’s most lifeless affair - Super Bowl LIII - I couldn’t help but think: Tom Brady is about to get his sixth ring. It seemed unlikely that mediocre quarterback could possibly...

Opinion: No harm in cornrows

Macayla Cramer , Reporter November 28, 2018

I didn’t realize little girls were racist. I wasn't the only one returning from spring break with bronzed skin, Florida apparel and my curls twisted into tight, woven cornrows braids back in elementary...

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