LEROY\u00a0\u2014 It\u2019s Schroeder Vanderhoof\u2019s senior season and the Pine River Bucks boys basketball team has been utilizing his talents in recent games. One of Vanderhoof\u2019s best games came as a starter against \u00a0Lake City on senior night when he scored the team\u2019s first four points and wound up with nine points, 13 rebounds and five steals. \u201cHe dominated the boards against guys taller than he,\u201d said coach Brian Goodenow. \u201cHe played his heart out, had a great game for us.\u201d \u201cI was in the position when the shots went up,\u201d Vanderhoof said. \u201cI was just being aggressive.\u201d Putbacks from offensive rebounds is a strength for Vanderhoof. The game against Lake City was likely his best varsity effort in his career, Vanderhoof said. He also had a strong game Thursday at Beal City with 14 points \u201cI wanted to win one, not just for senior night, but it was an important game to help win the conference outright,\u201d Vanderhoof said. The Bucks won the Highland at 14-0. \u201cIt\u2019s playing hard and having fun playing together. We like playing basketball and we like playing together,\u201d Vanderhoof said. \u201cThe key to keeping it going is make sure we stay together and keep having fun. Then it will be easy to keep having fun.\u201d The Bucks are at the districts this week in Beaverton. Vanderhoof and his teammates want to keep it going for awhile. \u201cWe have to keep working hard,\u201d he said.