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Girls Junior Varsity Golf, Girls Varsity Golf · 5 Bronco Golfers receive All-Conference recognition


The Bronco golf team finished their league season today with an 18 hole match at Kaufman Golf Course in Grand Rapids.  The Broncos finished 4th as a team in the match with a team score of 405.  Leading the way for the Broncos and medaling in 10th place was Angie Sorenson with a 98.  She was followed by Sadie Brink with a 100, Kendall Harris with a 101 and Sophia Baker with a 106.

After the match, all conference was awarded and the Broncos had 5! people qualify for All-conference first team and honorable mention, which is fantastic considering the quality of teams in the conference.

Finishing First Team were:  Kendall Harris and Sadie Brink

Finishing Honorable Mention were:  Alexa Davis, Angela Sorenson and Sophia Baker.


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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Coopersville High School Boys Varsity Soccer ties vs Covenant Christian HS 2-2


Tuesday, September 26, 2017

6:45 PM

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Coopersville High School
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Game Recap

On Tuesday night the Broncos hosted a well managed Covenant Christian team. The competition proved to be entertaining as both teams continued to find the net in the back in forth match . The Broncos did well to keep the game in the attacking third but only found the net once in the first half when Nolan Frye received a nice pass from Casey Kazminski in front of the net and Frye tied up the game at one. In the second half the Broncos played with composure and maintained pressure on Covenant Christians goal. It was half way through the second half when the Broncos received a free kick five yards outside the 18 yard box. Nolan Frye again stepped up and put his 10 goal of the season with a nice shot that found the top of the left corner. This put both teams even at 2 which ultimately ended in a 2-2 draw.

Box Scores

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Coopersville
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Broncos News · Where Are the Toughest Places to Play? Nominate Now:


We here at VNN are doing a feature for our national media site highlighting the toughest places to play in all of high school sports and we want to hear from YOU what Stadium/Field/Gym/Course/Venue is the toughest to play and why?

Be on the lookout for the final feature coming soon on VNNsports.net!

 

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Broncos News · Bronco Golfers continue consistent play


The girls golf team took to the links on a beautiful late September afternoon at the Mines Golf Club for the 7th and final OK Blue Jamboree of the 2017 golf season.  The Broncos shot a 183 which this time finished them 3rd in the league behind Spring Lake (168) and Northpointe Christian (175).

The Broncos were led by Sophia Baker who shot a season best 43.

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Also scoring were Alexa Davis with her career-best 9 hole round of 45.  Kendall Harris continued her steady play with a 47 and Sadie Brink rounded out the scoring with a 48.  Angie Sorenson had 50 and Rylie Camp 59 to complete the day for the Broncos.

They are in action again on Wednesday at Kaufman Golf Course in Wyoming for the OK Blue Championship tournament.


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Boys Junior Varsity Tennis, Boys Varsity Tennis · Coopersville High School Boys Varsity Tennis finishes 3rd place


Saturday, September 23, 2017

9:00 AM

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Points

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Meet Recap

The Broncos Boys Varsity Tennis Team finished in 3rd place at the Hawk Invitational on Saturday. Forest Hillls Eastern won with 16 points, Grand Haven was 2nd with 15 points, Coopersville 3rd with 10 points and Spring Lake 4th with 5 points.
The only flight championship came from Jake Bradley & Isaac Oswald at 4th doubles. 2nd place finishes came at 1st singles, Jack Dausman; 2nd doubles, Blake & Conor Reynolds; and 3rd doubles, Reese Gilbert & Ethan Reynolds.
All in all, it was a good day with stiff competition. The Broncos had at least a half dozen matches decided by match tiebreaks. Their improvement since the beginning of the season was very apparent.
The Broncos resume play on Monday at Kelloggsville. Also this week are matches with OK Blue rivals Sparta (away) on Wednesday and at home against Comstock Park. Go Broncos!

Opponents

School Place Points
Forest Hills Eastern High School
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17
Grand Haven High School
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16
Coopersville High School
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10
Spring Lake High School
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Multiple Teams · Coopersville High School Varsity Football falls to West Catholic High School 41-0


Friday, September 22, 2017

7:00 PM

Coopersville High School
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West Catholic High School
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Game Recap

West Catholic 41 – Coopersville 0

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20

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Game Summary

1Q

(WC): Zaavon Scott 5 Yard TD Run. Putz Kick good.
(WC):Vallone 35 Yard TD pass to King. Kick good.

2Q

(WC): Vallone 7 yard TD pass to Bolthouse. Kick no good.
(WC): Fortier 3 yard TD run. Kick good.
(WC): Zach Lee 10 yard TD run. Kick good.

3Q

(WC): Fortier 7 yard TD run. Kick good.


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Boys Junior Varsity Soccer, Boys Varsity Soccer · Coopersville High School Boys Varsity Soccer ties Allendale High School 2-2


Thursday, September 21, 2017

4:00 PM

Coopersville High School
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Allendale High School
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Game Recap

Thursdays competion was hot. Both teams did well to play in the hot weather with temperatures running near 90. Allendale played well and opened up the scoring 2-0 in the first half. The Broncos regained composure and started scoring minutes off the kickoff with Nate Kowalczyk getting his 9th goal of the season. Several minutes later it was Blake Stewart who was taken down in the box earning a penalty shot for the Broncos. Jake Molendyke converted his 2nd PK of the season. Both teams finished with a strong effort despite the playing conditions.

Box Scores

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Allendale
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Multiple Teams · Coopersville High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Sparta Senior HS 3-0


Thursday, September 21, 2017

6:00 PM

Coopersville High School
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Sparta Senior HS
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Game Recap

Coming off from their first conference loss of the season, the Lady Broncos returned to their winning ways with a 3-0 win over the host Sparta Spartans. Coopersville weathered the storm of tremendous defense from Sparta and was able to find some open court as the match went on. The balanced offense was spearheaded by Cambria Cleveringa who lead the way with 7 kills and also contributed 9 service aces. Cara VanKempen, Abby Olin and Katelynn Fritz were right behind Cambria with 6 kills a piece as well. Not to be outdone by Sparta’s defense, the Lady Broncos played outstanding in the back row to the tune of 79 digs. Leading the defense was Kaitlin Breen who had a total of 25 digs. Ryleigh Schoenborn and Fritz also came up big with 15 and 13 digs respectfully. Aubrey Bates had another outstanding all around game by dishing out 29 assists to go along with her 8 digs and 3 kills. The victory tonight brings the Lady Broncos conference record to 4-1 and overall record to 14-8-3.

Box Scores

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Sparta Senior HS
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Broncos News · Bronco golfers end marathon 2 weeks in 2nd place


The Broncos teed it up on a very hot afternoon at the Mines Golf Club for their 6th league match and 7th overall match in 11 days.  They battled the heat and played another very strong round finishing 2 strokes ahead of Northpointe Christian for 2nd place with a team score of 180.  Leading the way once again was Kendall Harris with a fine round of 42.  She was followed by junior Sadie Brink who continued her consistent play with a 45, sophomore Sophia Baker scored 46 and freshman Alexa Davis continued her improvement with a 47.

League Scores

Spring Lake 163   Coopersville 180   Northpointe 182   Catholic Central 190   West Catholic 199  Allendale 208  Comstock Park 210  Sparta 246


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Boys Junior Varsity Tennis, Boys Varsity Tennis · Coopersville High School Boys Varsity Tennis beat West Catholic High School 6-2


Thursday, September 21, 2017

4:00 PM

West Catholic High School
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Coopersville High School
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Meet Recap

West Catholic came to town thinking they could repeat last year’s victory over the Broncos but the Broncos weren’t having any of it. Coopersville posted a well earned 6-2 victory over the Falcons.
Straight set wins came from; Jack Dausman, 1st singles; Brendan May, 2nd singles; Jake DeRoos & Truman Lee, 1st doubles; Blake & Conor Reynolds, 2nd doubles; Reese Gilbert & Ethan Reynolds, 3rd doubles; and Jake Bradley & Isaac Oswald, 4th doubles. The win brings the Broncos OK Blue Conference to a league leading 4-0-1.
The match saw Jack Dausman win his 100th high school tennis match. This is an achievement reached by only a very few players in the history of high school tennis in Michigan. Congratulations, Jack!
The Broncos resume play this Saturday at the Forest Hills Eastern “Hawk Invite”. Other schools participating are Forest Hills Eastern, Grand Haven and Spring Lake. Go Broncos!