The Trojans won in straight sets, 25-11, 25-19 and 25-9.
Trinity Buscher led the team from the service line, with three aces, and on defense, with 16 digs. Chloe Kern followed with nine, while Kailey Carmean and Kylie Oberlin each recorded eight.
Oberlin also led the team in scoring, with 13 kills on the day. Rachel Paulsen followed with seven, while Haleigh Winskas recorded six. Carlyle protected the net with a team-high three blocks.
Carmean finished with a team-high 32 assists, no other Trojan recorded a set attempt.
The win improves Fruitport’s record to 12-5 on the season. They are set to host an invitational on Saturday.
SL volleyball falls to GR Catholic Central
The Spring Lake volleyball team had a tough outing at Grand Rapids Catholic Central on Tuesday, falling to the Cougars in three straight sets (25-12, 25-23, 25-12).
"We suffered too many attack errors as a team and were forced to play too much defense against a very aggressive Catholic Central team,” said Spring Lake head coach Sarah Bulthuis. “Our passing was OK, but we could not terminate the ball on offense."
Lauren Hellman led the Lakers (12-4, 0-1 O-K Blue) with eight kills and three blocks, while Jenna Core added five kills, 14 digs and two blocks. Kamryn Lewkowski recorded four aces, Madeline Zenas had 23 assists and 13 digs and Abbi Perkins had four kills.
Junior varsity: Spring Lake lost to Grand Rapids Catholic Central, 25-22 and 25-12, on Tuesday. Megan VanderHeide led the Lakers (0-1) with five kills, while Taylor Estep had three kills and five assists and Anna Clover had five assists and four digs.
Freshmen: Spring Lake lost to Grand Rapids Catholic Central, 26-24 and 25-23. Lily Garrison and Anna Van Ittersum both had a strong night serving, contributing 10 points each.
Fruitport golf finished fourth at jamboree
The Fruitport girls golf team finished fourth at their first O-K Black Conference jamboree of the season Wednesday at The Meadows at Grand Valley State University, carding a 224 team score.
Reeths-Puffer took top team honors with a 183, followed by Jension (184) and Mona Shores (209).
Summer Woodring led the Trojans with a 51 on the day.