District soccer roundup: WMC stunned in district opener by rival MCC

The third time was definitely the charm for Muskegon Catholic Central Tuesday night at Warrior Field.
Tribune Staff
Oct 17, 2012

Western Michigan Christian’s cross-town rival scored a goal in each half to send the defending state Division 4 boys soccer state runner-up Warriors to sidelines with a 2-0 win.

WMC, which finished 10-8-1, was eliminated in the first round of district play for the first time since 1996.

A first-half goal by Adam Callow and a second-half tally by Jeremy Joyce were all the visiting Crusaders needed to advance to Thursday’s district semifinal district.
During the regular season, WMC defeated MCC 2-0 and 1-0.

KAMMERAAD SETS GOALS RECORD FOR SL

Riley Kammeraad scored four goals, giving him 38 on the season, as the Spring Lake varsity boys soccer team won its Division 2 district tournament opener with an 8-0 victory over visiting Muskegon on Tuesday.

K.J. Sanchez, who had missed the previous few games with an ankle injury, returned to score two goals, while Adam Roberge and A.J. Broughton added single goals for the No. 1-ranked Lakers (19-0-1).

TROJANS ADVANCE

Fruitport scored a 5-0 win over Coopersville on Tuesday in the opening round of the Division 2 district tournament.

Fruitport, now 12-7-2 on the year, moves on to Thursday’s semifinal contest against Kenowa Hills, a 5-2 winner over Fremont on Tuesday. Thursday’s contest will begin at 5 p.m. at Spring Lake.

The Trojans held a 19-3 advantage in shots on goal against the Broncos, and got on the board first when Kevin Rollenhagen scored, assisted by Dalton Mullenix.
 

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