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    Grace Women Top Improved Andrews, 2-1

    The Lady Tigers faced a much tougher Andrews side Monday and fought their way to a 2-1 victory in Berrien Springs. After thrashing Andrews 10-0 earlier this season Grace came into the match knowing Andrews would be better on their home field. Debbie Pekel began the scoring with a nice shot over the goalie midway through the first half. Andrews would respond minutes later on a long, perfectly placed shot by Ciara Weir. The second half was much like the first, with Grace dominating possession but unable to break through the tight Andrews defense. April Philipi picked up a loose ball and placed a great pass to Debbie Pekel, who found Autumn Befus streaking towards the Andrews goal. Autumn buried her shot in the back of the net and Grace had the 2-1 lead. The Lady Tigers continued to press the attack, but were unable to score again. Lindsey Anible faced only 1 shot in the second half. Coach Teesdale: "We may have been tired after our long trip, but a lot of credit has to go Andrews for playing a very solid game. They gave us quite a battle. I'm very happy with the result and the toughness of our team." Full Article >

    Alumni Game Coming Soon

    This years alumni game will take place on Saturday October 18th at 3:00 PM. Full Article >

    Tigers Win 3 Straight In Front Of Home Crowd

    GBCVB claims second home game victory 3-0 Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Lose to Tennessee Temple, Midway KY

    The Lady Tigers traveled to Chattanooga Tennessee for a Friday night match with Tennessee Temple, losing 8-0. Full Article >

    Grace runs against 39 total teams at Lansing Invite

    The Grace Cross Country team ran against over 300 other runners this past weekend in Lansing, Michigan. Nicolas Brown and Trent Loomis both posted their fastest 8k times of the season, while the women's team placed 18th. Full Article >

    Austin Olson Key Man As Grace Defeats Johnson University 2-0

    Zomer scores again as Grace made it back to back wins against Johnson University in Knoxville, Tennessee today. Full Article >