Traverse City West Titans, Grand Haven Buccaneers to Play for Coast Guard Cup

“For this game we’ve got a lot of support, obviously being the Coast Guard Cup we wanted to help out.”

Michigan’s two Coast Guard cities are playing each other in a high school football game.

The Traverse City West Titans and the Grand Haven Buccaneers will play for the 2017 Coast Guard Cup.

And there will be some special appearances from members of the Coast Guard.

Everyone is excited that the Coast Guard Cup is back.

This is a great event for both the Coast Guard and the community that brings the two cities together in a fun game.

All of the coast guard crews and their families were invited for the community to show them their support.

“This is a great morale event for our crew here, good to go out and see a football game we’ll really enjoy it and as you said it’s great for us to be able to give back to the community since they do so much for us as well,” Lt. Ted Borny, U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City said.

The game starts at 7 p.m. Thursday.