By Craig Beilfuss

GRAND HAVEN–Grand Haven senior Harrison Sorrelle recently signed his national of intent to continue his basketball career at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO.

“I chose Air Force because it was a great opportunity overall,” said Sorrelle, who will be on a full-ride scholarship. “I loved everything from the team atmosphere to the opportunity after graduating the academy.”

Sorrelle, a shooting guard, started 4 years on varsity at Grand Haven. He is a three-time All OK Red-Conference selection and was named to the all-state team and twice as a honorable mention selection. He also is a member of the track team.

During the 2022-23 season, Sorrelle led Grand Haven to a 17-6 overall record and a third-place finish in the OK Red-Conference.

Sorrelle finished his Grand Haven basketball career with 1,036 points, which ranks second on the all-time career points list. Sorrelle had 56 career blocked shots which ranks him as the ninth in school history. He came up with 124 career steals, which is seventh-best in school history. He dished out 204 career assists (ranked eighth). He finished his career with 230 made free throws, which ranks second.

“The last 4 years have been the best of my life,” Sorrelle said. “What (Coach Greg) Immink has done and is doing with the basketball program is great. He taught me a lot of basketball, but also a lot about life. Also, the support from the community was second to none. We always knew they had our backs no matter what.”
The Falcons are an NCAA Division 1 program and a member of the Mountain West Conference. Last season, Air Force finished with an overall record of 14-18 and 5-13 in the league.
Harrison will be studying business and pursuing acquisitions. He has a 3.52 grade-point-average and is the son of Amanda and Patrick Sorrelle.

Photos by LSJ Photographer Leo Valdez