We will be hosting our annual football & cheer camp July 18th,19th,20th, and 21st
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Congratulations to our 2021 Anchor Bay Buccaneers cheer team for such a strong showing at the 4th annual HTFL cheer competition. This year, the competition was held at Cros-Lex High School on Sunday, October 17th.
Freshman - 4th place
J.V. - 1st place CHAMPIONS
To say that we are proud is an understatement. Congratulations cheerleaders and coaches!
And sadly...that's a wrap for our 2021 season. What an amazing season it has been. The growth in these young athletes has been nothing short of amazing. We sent off our young men and women in style! Thank you players, cheerleaders, coaches, parents, volunteers, supporters, and fans. We appreciate all that you do. See you in 2022!
Our 14th annual Pink Out game, where we help fight back against cancer, looked a little different this year. In remembrance of our former Buc cheerleader Kassidy Carter, we held a Gold Out game where we celebrated Cassidy’s life and honored childhood cancer survivors, fighters, and victims. Kassidy passed away from a rare form of childhood cancer in July of 2021. She never backed down from her fight with cancer and always smiled in the face of adversity. Kassidy’s legacy is a true testimony of courage, and she will never be forgotten.
All proceeds of this year’s Gold Out game were donated to the “Kids Kicking Cancer” organization
We started out the season with the best. Our teams and coaches worked hard with speed and agility training under the direction of Greg Jones
Greg is a 2x all-American, Big Ten defensive player of the year, and Super Bowl Champ! Go Bucs!!
The Anchor Bay Buccaneers claimed the first-place Hometown Football League championship trophy after defeating the Lakeville Falcons at the end of an undefeated season.
The championship game took place Oct. 27 at the Lapeer Center for Innovation football field. The Buccaneers score the first six points of the game and ultimately claimed a 19-6 victory. The Anchor Bay Buccaneers play in the HFL, which is broken into north and south divisions. The team came to the championship game as first seed, representing the south division, after defeating the North Branch Broncos in a playoff game the week before. Players practice every week and played every Saturday since early September to earn their place.
~Article in The Bay Voice Wed. Nov. 21, 2018. See it here.