Prep sports roundup: Bonter leads SL golf to 4th at Kenowa Hills

Spring Lake's varsity golfers shot a 328, good for fourth place, at Saturday's Kenowa Hills Invitational. David Bonter shot a 77 for the Lakers. Henry McGannon shot an 82, followed by Nic Parnell with an 83 and Jon Vanderlaan with an 84. Marcus Fry shot an 85 for Spring Lake. "We stumbled somewhat,' Lakers' coach George Bitner said. "We had a good pattern. Now we just have to lower it.' The Lakers are scheduled to play in the Tri-County/Grant Jamboree at Whitefish Lake Golf Club in Pierson on Wednesday.
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Apr 18, 2011

 

FRUITPORT SOCCER TIES PAIR OF GAMES

Fruitport’s varsity girls soccer team recorded a pair of ties during a mini-tournament on Saturday.

Fruitport opened with a 0-0 tie against Forest Hills Northern. The Trojans held a 4-2 advantage in shots, but neither team was able to put a ball in the net.
Lindsey Armstrong made one save for Fruitport.

Later, the Trojans tied Petoskey, 0-0, despite holding a 7-1 advantage in shots. Armstrong was again perfect in goal, stopping the lone shot she faced.

BUCS’ JV TEAM TIES EK

Grand Haven and East Kentwood played to a 0-0 tie. Alyssa Hayward played outstanding defense, and Caitlyn Ploeg also played well for the Bucs.

 

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