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Monday, December 7, 2015

West Michigan Lake Hawks - Pro Basketball and Purpose

For three years now, the West Michigan Lake Hawks have been quietly going about the business of professional basketball in Muskegon and gaining fans and attention for what they are doing on and off the court.  Yes, they hold high rank in the ABA League, yes their games are high energy and filled with entertainment for the whole family at a really affordable price and yes....the could be the best kept secret in Muskegon sports.  Well, no more.

The West Michigan Lake Hawks are a team dedicated to the game, the community and the players on it are doing what they can to set a positive example by being engaged with schools, organizations and young fans to show them that with hard work and determination they too can ascend to be a professional athlete, business exec or whatever life's path send them down.  A "can do" attitude is deeply rooted within the players and management.  It's leadership, achievement and involvement that set the Lake Hawks a part.  

They play their games at either Muskegon High School or Reeths-Puffer High School and their practices are held at Muskegon Catholic Central.  They truly reach every neighborhood in Muskegon.

I had a chance today to sit down with Head Coach, and COO Ronald Jenkins to learn a little more about the philosophy of the team, the season, the players and even the t.v. appearances the Lake Hawks have made.  Take a listen to the coaches thoughts on everything the Lake Hawks are up to. 

Checking out a Lake Hawks game should be on your list of things to do in Muskegon.  There is much to be proud of in this team and their outreach to younger people who need a positive role model in their life.  Tickets are only $8 and the games are held at Muskegon High School or Reeths-Puffer.  You can click below for a link to the Lake Hawks website for dates times and tickets to a game!!

Photo Courtesy Local Sports Journal

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