Grand Haven’s most decorated basketball player finished with five records on the hardwood, and had a knack for clutch goals on the soccer pitch, earning her a spot on our countdown
A state championship and a pair of runner-ups on the track and routine explosive plays on the gridiron earned Fruitport’s Ethan Flores a spot on our countdown.
The Lakers employed team-first soccer with seven irreplaceable seniors and a band of productive youngsters to earn a third consecutive regional final appearance and a spot on our countdown
WMC’s freshmen sensation captured a pair of state titles, a national championship bronze medal, a Gatorade Player of the Year Award and a slew of school records to earn a spot on our countdown.
Spring Lake’s Ben Hylen put together stellar cross country and track and field seasons, including top-10 finishes in the state in both arenas, and added a third sport out of the blue to earn a spot on our countdown.
The Lakers set a few high-profile goals at last summer’s preseason camp and achieved them all with teamwork and poise, earning them a spot on our countdown.
Grand Haven’s most decorated female runner shook off a foot injury with a vengeance in her senior season, claiming further school records and a state title on the track.
A pair of All-State awards and a few school records are plenty of criteria to make a countdown. Add to it picking up a brand-new sport as a senior and Andrew Hylen earned his spot.
A fourth-place state-meet finish and a unprecedented slew of record-breaking swims earns the Lakers a spot on our countdown of the best teams of the year
A pair of All-Conference nods, an All-State award on the soccer pitch and a third-straight trip to the ski state finals earned Spring Lake’s Charlie Parker a spot on our countdown
Kicking off our countdown of the most impressive female athletes for 2018-19 is the three-sport wonder Jenna Core
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Our final female athlete for the 2017-18 school year is Spring Lake’s Madelyn Nelson. The three-sport standout earned All-State honors in golf and softball and will be continuing her golf career at Valparaiso University this fall.
The final stop aboard on top male athlete countdown is for Fruitport standout Cam Oleen, who used his speed, endurance and willpower to help the Trojans to a multitude of success.
The Tribune rounds out its Top 5 teams of the school year with a Lakers softball squad that won 40 straight games and reached the Division 2 quarterfinals for the second season in a row.