GRANDVILLE, Mich -- Grandville shared the OK Red conference title for the 2nd straight season in 2016, perhaps more important they beat Rockford to win the division 1 district championship, it marked the Bulldogs 1st win over Rockford since 2005. Grandville was led by an outstnding defense that allowed just 83 points in 12 games, but this season the Bulldogs return just 1 starter from that defense.
LAWTON, Mich -- Lawton has won a bunch of gameS the last few years, but this season the Blue Devils are hoping to win the big games. "Every year we just kind of reevaluate what we're doing and try to critique those things to get those big game wins that is one of our goals every year" head coach Kyle KArsen said. "More so these last couple years those big games where we need to pull out victories, they are battles I mean they are tough ones but that is the hump we are trying to get over."
JENISON, Mich -- Jenison won 1 game in head coach Steve Uganski's 1st season as head coach in 2014, they improved to 3 wins in 2015 and posted a winning record of 5-4 last year. Now Jenison hopes to continue that trend in 2017 which would result in the school's 1st playoff appearance since 2003. "We don't really talk about playoffs or conference championships we just talk about the day to day process of getting better" Uganski said.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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