“We give credit to Aliina Weykamp and Megan Olle for fantastic games played, and we’ll get ready for our next one, which is East Grand Rapids at home on Friday,” coach Cor Damhuis said.
Damhuis said that Wednesday’s win was almost too easy, and while he was pleased with the result, his team got away from the style of soccer Damhuis would like to see.
“There were 2-3 goals scored because of good passing, but the rest were individual efforts, dribbling past players and putting them in,” Damhuis said. “The concept we went into the game with, multiple passing, staying wide on the outside, was never executed the way I hoped we would be able to do.
“It’s still early, and we do not have to peak yet. The basics are in place, and I can see it. Once they do it on a consistent basis, it’s going to be awesome.”
Junior Varsity: Grand Haven pounded Muskegon, 11-0, in a game that was called at halftime. Rachel VanZytveld, Abby LaLonde and Emily Sexton each scored two goals for the Bucs. Claire Borchers, Mallory Beswick, Rachel Leitner, Taylor DeWitt and Roxy Glasser also scored for Grand Haven.
Freshmen: Grand Haven trounced Grandville, 7-0. Amy Wadaga scored a pair of first-half goals for the Bucs. Allison Marshall also scored twice while Katie Harding, Kelsie Belter and Maggie Lalonde added single goals.