Fruitport boys, girls remain unbeaten

Fruitport varsity girls basketball coach Bob German said Friday's contest against visiting Tri-County wasn't pretty, but he's more than satisfied with his team being 4-0.
Tribune Staff
Dec 10, 2011

The Trojans clung to a six-point lead entering the fourth quarter and could never put the Vikings away, eventually holding on for a 46-42 victory. The win keeps Fruitport in first-place in the Lakes Eight Conference at 2-0.

Trojans’ senior point guard Lauren Hazekamp had another strong performance with 17 points and six steals. Senior center Rachael Folkmier also came up big, recording a double-double with 13 points and 15 rebounds.

Mallory Vest and Amber Carmean each added seven points for the Trojans.

Alexis FIrovich paced Tri-County with 14 points.

FRUITPORT TURNS AWAY TRI-COUNTY

A 13-0 run by host Fruitport propelled the Trojans (2-0) to a 64-52 victory in their Lakes Eight  opener against Tri- County on Friday.

Fruitport connected on 12-of-15 from the free throw line to ice the win.

Senior Mike Reyes led the Trojans with 16 points and 12 rebounds. Tyler Fehler hit 10-of-11 from the charity stripe and added 12 points. Fehler also dished off five assists. Nico Cernigla scored 12 points for Fruitport.

Devin Longoria led Tri-County (0-1) with 19 points.

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