Spring Lake soccer remains unbeaten with win over Holland Christian

After misfiring on several good scoring chances early in Tuesday's game against Holland Christian, the Spring Lake varsity boys soccer team started to make the most out of its opportunities later in the game.
Tribune Staff
Aug 30, 2012

 

The result was an impressive 4-1 win ovr the Lakers, who are now 3-0 on the season.

“We had a lot of chances, but we couldn’t finish in the first half,” said Lakers’ coach Jeremy Thelen.

Spring Lake finally capitalized just before halftime when Riley Kammeraad hit a shot that trickled past the Maroons’ keeper for the goal. Kaleb Winter got the assist on the play.

“It was 1-0 at halftime, and I told them at halftime, ‘C’mon boys, we’ve got to step up. We’re dominating play,” Thelen said.
His message was well received.

The Lakers made it 2-0 just 2 minutes into the second half when Adam Clauss scored on a header off a long throw-in from Austin Gabris.

Ben Keller scored with 20 minutes remaining in the game for a 3-0 lead, then Tyler Cole made it 4-0 with is first varsity goal later in the half.

The Maroons scored their lone goal off a corner kick with 8 minutes remaining in the game.

The Lakers play at home against Fremont on Tuesday.

Junior Varsity: Spring Lake suffered a 3-0 loss to Holland Christian.
 

 

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