JV, Freshmen roundup: GH, SL, WMC JV boys beat rivals

Tribune Staff • Jul 21, 2015 at 11:22 AM

Spring Lake pulled away to beat Ludington, 58-44. Zyle Zietlow had 20 points and Charlie Warber added 12 for the Lakers (10-4, 7-2 Lakes Eight). Mark Williamson also had a strong game with nine points, five rebounds and two steals. Dan Hogan added four points and played tremendous defense.

WMC defeated Muskegon Catholic, 41-38. Chaise Schuitema led the way with 11 points, seven rebounds and five steals. Logan Waller tossed in 10 points while Sam Mast scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds. Alex Rop had 10 rebounds, five assists and four steals for the Warriors.


The Lakers beat the Orioles, 40-31, behind 12 points from Zach Montgomery and 11 from Chris Boychuck. Spring Lake is now 8-3.



Grand Haven remained unbeaten with a 39-36 win at West Ottawa. Krysteena Davis was outstanding with 13 points and 11 rebounds, while Mallory Beswick added 11 points and four assists. Amanda Merz finished with nine points, nine boards and seven steals for the Bucs (17-0, 11-0 O-K Red).

Spring Lake came up short against Ludington, losing 42-35. Breanna Williams had a big game with 17 points, including 11 from the free throw lone. Grace Peterson had eight points and Karley Engelsman added six for the Lakers, who improve to 13-3 and 8-2 in the   Lakes Eight.

Fruitport thumped Orchard View, 35-13, behind 10 points and seven rebounds from Janelle Vest. Allison Beckwith added nine points and eight boards, while Caitlin Hughey finished with seven rebounds and seven steals for the Trojans (8-7).

WMC avenged an early- season loss to Muskegon Catholic Central by winning 33-31. Lindsey Johnson scored 10 points and grabbed seven rebounds while Jessica Knoll put in eight points.


West Ottawa handed Grand Haven its fifth loss of the season on Thursday, as the Panthers prevailed, 40-26. Amber Keefe had five points and four steals for the Bucs, Amy Kober totaled nine points and six rebounds, and Katelyn Messer contributed six rebounds and four points. The Bucs are 12-5 overall and 9-3 in the O-K Red.

WMC ended its season with a 38-21 win over Fruitport. Emma VanAndel led the way with 10 points while Melanie Weesies and Abbie Alfree each tossed in eight.

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