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Freshman Softball over East Kentwood

The Freshman softball team won their double header last night against East Kentwood. The girls won the first game 17-0 behind a no hitter from pitcher Kacie Gruszka. The offense was a balanced attack with every player crossing the plate at least one time. In the second game the Dawgs won 17-2 with strong hitting from

Varsity Softball Splits Double Header

The Varsity Softball team beat West Ottawa in the first game of the double header by a score of 6-1.  Kaley Waalkes got the win on the mound while the girls combined for 11 hits on offense.  Top hitters were Lauren Weldy, Ali VanderMeer, and Renay Palmer. The second game was very exciting for the

Varsity Water Polo Dominates Forest Hills

The varsity Girls Water Polo team defeated Forest Hills by a score of 11 – 3.  Allysa Wysocki had 12 save for the Dawgs in the goal.  Scoring for Grandville were: Stephanie Spruit 3, Katie Skinner 3, Lauren Wynalda 2, Caitly Ritter 1, Kenedy Butcher 1.

JV Water Polo Defeated Forest Hills

Grandville JV water polo team defeated Forest Hills by a score of 12 – 2.  Kim Jaglowski had another great performance in the goal with 8 saves.  Scoring for the Dawgs were: Alie Kalsbeek5, Kelly Dietrich 3, Sydney Steele 3, Caitlyn Beyer 1.

Freshman Baseball Gets Another Strong Pitching Performance

The freshman baseball team turned another strong pitching performance by Brandon Hass and Caleb Winner into a 11-3 victory over West Ottawa.  The Bulldog bats hit the ball hard all day, although they didn’t break through with a big inning until the fifth, blowing what had been a 4-3 game wide open.

Another Tough Defeat

The Varsity girls team experienced another tough defeat during there conference match with EK losing 5-3. Winning matches for the Bulldogs were our veterens at #1 singles Lauren Brickley, Megan Simsa and Katerina Buck at #1 doubles, and Audrey Niemchick and Bethany VanGessel at #2 doubles.

JV Tennis Beats East Kentwood

The JV tennis team welcomed the Falcons of East Kentwood and then proceeded to celebrate “Thanksgiving in Spring”,at the Kennel.  After the plates were cleared and the wishbone broken, the Dawgs retired to the couch with a resounding win of 17 to 3.  The lady racketeers, now 5, 0 and 1 travel to meet the another undefeated team, Hudsonville,

Baseball Varsity, Forest Hills Northern @ Grandville – 25 Apr, 2012 4:30pm

Grandville defeated Forest Hills Northern 5-3. Dean DeVries pitched the first six innings giving up three hits and two earned runs. David Klunder came on and threw a scoreless seventh to pick up the save. Andrew VaVere had a two run double, David Klunder a run scoring double, and Mitch Dykstra also drove in a

Varsity Baseball vs. #7 Portage Central

The Varsity Baseball Team lost a doubleheader to #7 ranked Portage Central 6-2 and 3-0. In game one Rob Karas pitched well enough to win, but a bad first inning defensively put the Dawgs in a 3-0 hole.  Rob also had a big hit in game one with a 2-run single driving in the lone

Softball Played In Tough Mattawan Tourney

The Varsity Softball Team played in the tough Mattawan tournament on Saturday.  They lost the first game in the bracket to Stevensville Lakeshore 7-1, then beat Vicksburg 3-2.  Moving into the consolation game against South Haven, the Dawgs took a tough 3-4 loss.  Kaley Waalkes was 1-1 on the mound and hit 3 doubles for