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Panthers News · West Ottawa High School Track/Field Varsity Girls finishes 10th place at Division I Regionals


Sport Track/Field Varsity Girls
Place 10 Points 27
Game Recap
Box Scores
Shotput
School Winner Score
Discus
School Winner Distance
Long Jump
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High Jump
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Pole Vault
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110m Hurdles
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300m Hurdles
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100m Dash
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200m Dash
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400m Run
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800m Run
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1600m Run
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3200m Run
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400m Relay
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Panthers News · West Ottawa High School Soccer JV Girls ties Spring Lake High School 2-2


Sport Soccer JV Girls
Home Score 2 Away Score 2
Game Recap
Panthers played with greater pride on Friday against Spring Lake. Panthers were willing to change the formation from 4-4-2 to 3-5-2 to help build better from the middle of the pitch. Panthers adjusted well and took the lead 2-1 at half time. Spring Lake came out strong in the second half by using their speed to open the game and score the tying goal at the fifty eighth minute of the game. The end result was an even tally of two to two.
Box Scores
Box Score: 1st 2nd
West Ottawa High School 2 0
Spring Lake High School 1 1
Goalkeepers – West Ottawa High School

Goalkeepers

Name Saves
Goalkeepers – Spring Lake High School
Name Saves

Shots on Goal

West Ottawa High School 6
Spring Lake High School 7

Goals

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Spring Lake
West Ottawa Jillian White Madelynn Carter
West Ottawa Madelynn Carter Carleigh Eidson
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Panthers News · West Ottawa High School Soccer JV Girls falls to Grand Haven High School 0-4


Sport Soccer JV Girls
Home Score 4 Away Score
Game Recap
Panthers were not mentally ready for a quick and physical game. Panthers allowed an early goal and were on their heels all game. They were able to hold the Bucs to one goal at the half but did not adjust well from the half time talks and allowed Grand Haven to score three goals in the second half. Panthers simply were not ready to compete and were disappointed on their efforts. Hope they are ready for the task of playing Spring Lake on Friday.
Box Scores
Box Score: 1st 2nd
West Ottawa High School 0 0
Grand Haven High School 1 3
Goalkeepers – West Ottawa High School

Goalkeepers

Name Saves
Goalkeepers – Grand Haven High School
Name Saves

Shots on Goal

West Ottawa High School 1
Grand Haven High School 10

Goals

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Panthers News · West Ottawa High School Soccer Varsity Girls falls to Spring Lake High School 0-2


Sport Soccer Varsity Girls
Home Score 2 Away Score
Game Recap
Make up game from earlier this spring, Spring Lake scored in the 2nd and 68th minute. Tremendous effort from WO they but were unable to create quality chances.
Box Scores
Box Score: 1st 2nd
West Ottawa High School 0 0
Spring Lake High School 1 1
Goalkeepers – West Ottawa High School

Goalkeepers

Name Saves
Brooke VanKampen 14
Goalkeepers – Spring Lake High School
Name Saves

Shots on Goal

West Ottawa High School 1
Spring Lake High School 16

Goals

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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · (Updated) West Ottawa High School Softball Varsity falls to Grandville High School 5-6


Sport Softball Varsity
Home Score 5 Away Score 6
Game Recap
Box Scores
Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th Runs Hits Errors
Grandville High School 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 8 2
West Ottawa High School 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 8 6

Extra Base Hits

Team Player Hit
West Ottawa Sadie Clay 2B

Pitchers

Team Name W-L Walk S/o
West Ottawa Morgan Dalman L 2
Grandville Lauren Weldy W

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Girls Junior Varsity Softball, Girls Varsity Softball · West Ottawa High School Softball Varsity falls to Grandville High School 5-6


Sport Softball Varsity
Home Score 5 Away Score 6
Game Recap
Box Scores
Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th Runs Hits Errors
Grandville High School 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 8 2
West Ottawa High School 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 8 6

Extra Base Hits

Team Player Hit
West Ottawa Sadie Clay 2B

Pitchers

Team Name W-L Walk S/o
West Ottawa Morgan Dalman L 2
Grandville Lauren Weldy W

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Panthers News · West Ottawa High School Soccer Varsity Girls falls to Grand Haven High School 0-2


Sport Soccer Varsity Girls
Home Score 2 Away Score
Game Recap
Game was scoreless until Grand Haven scored on a header in the 65th minute. Grand Haven scored again with 5 minutes remaining in the game.
Box Scores
Box Score: 1st 2nd
West Ottawa High School 0 0
Grand Haven High School 0 2
Goalkeepers – West Ottawa High School

Goalkeepers

Name Saves
Brooke VanKampen 5
Goalkeepers – Grand Haven High School
Name Saves
1

Shots on Goal

West Ottawa High School 1
Grand Haven High School 7

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Multiple Teams · West Ottawa High School Baseball Varsity falls to East Kentwood High School 4-5


Sport Baseball Varsity
Home Score 5 Away Score 4
Game Recap
EK scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th to pull out the victory.
Box Scores
Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th Runs Hits Errors
West Ottawa High School 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 8 3
East Kentwood High School 2 0 0 0 0 3 5 7 1

Extra Base Hits

Team Player Hit
West Ottawa Dan Dykens Double

Pitchers

Team Name W-L Walk S/o
West Ottawa Eddy Neumann L 4 2

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Panthers News · West Ottawa High School Golf Varsity Boys finishes 4th place at Post Season @ Grand Haven Golf Course


Sport Golf Varsity Boys
Place 4 Points 366
Game Recap
West Ottawa finished 4th in the OK Red Post Season Golf Tournament at Grand Haven CC. Their 4th place finish allowed them to wrap up 4th place in the Conference standings. Sr. Evan Printz led the Panthers with an 87, All-Conference Honorable Mention selection Luke Overbeek shot 90, Kyle Harper added a 94, and Austin Klingenberg shot 95. Rockford won the tournament, Grandville finished 2nd, and Grand Haven finished 3rd.
Box Scores
Course
Name Par
Top Golfers – Home
Name Stroke
Evan Printz 87
Top Golfers – Away
Name Stroke
AJ Varekois 75
Joel Pietila [Rockford] 75

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Panthers News · Boys Track/Field Places 3rd at OK Red Conference Meet


Friday was cold, wet, and rainy, but the OK Red Conference Meet scheduled for that day continued.  Grand Haven, Grandville, Hudsonville, Rockford, West Ottawa, and host East Kentwood duked it out for a total of nine hours.  East Kentwood came in as one of the best track and field teams in the entire state and expected to win.  Rockford again brought their A game in the distance events and earned major points in that category.  Hudsonville, Grandville, and West Ottawa had been close the entire season which meant third, fourth, and fifth place were on the line.  Grand Haven, after a top two finish at the regional finals only a year ago, was ranked dead last coming in and would stay there at the end of the meet.

West Ottawa had one first place finish which came in the long jump.  West Ottawa Sr. Ato Condelee edged out East Kentwood Sr. Houston Glass by two and a half inches to record a winning jump of 22’2½”.  Condelee scored again in the high jump with a second place leap of 6’1″.

The Panthers took second in two more events as the 4×200 Meter Relay team of Sr. Jacob Arvidson, Frosh. Jesse Grover, Soph. James Lacy, and Jr. Christian Ramirez held off Rockford to take second behind the East Kentwood team who posted the second fastest time in Division 1.  Ramirez ran a season best of 51.48 seconds in the 400 Meter Dash to claim the third silver metal of the meet for West Ottawa.

Sr. Steven Benevides secured third place in the discus with his best throw of of the season at 135’3″.  Benevides also scored in the shot put with a heave of 43’3¾” which gave him sixth place.

A big lift came in the 100 Meter Dash and the 200 Meter Dash.  West Ottawa got three entries for each event; Condelee, Lacy, and Grover for the 100 and Arvidson, Vasquez, and Lacy again for the 200.  Before anyone could reach the finals, each athlete had to qualify first through the premlims.  In both events all three of West Ottawa’s entries made it to the finals.  It was the first time the Panthers went three-for-three in both events for the first time in several years.  In the 100 Meter Final, Lacy, Condelee, and Grover finished sixth, seventh, and eighth respectively.  Vasquez shocked many with a personal record time of 23.48 seconds to take third in the 200, while Lacy took sixth and Arvidson finished eighth.

The Panthers will travel to Grand Haven on Friday, May 17 for the Regional Finals.  The top two places in each event will then advance to the State Finals on Saturday, June 1 at East Kentwood.

The final results for the OK Red Conference Meet were:

1. East Kentwood 220
2. Rockford 130
3. Holland West Ottawa 89.5
4. Hudsonville 82.5
5. Grandville 81
6. Grand Haven 48