Fruitport Calvary Christian’s boys basketball team led from start to finish against Alliance League foe West Michigan Lutheran on Saturday, as the Eagles rolled to a 59-41 victory.
“We got off to a big lead early on,” said Calvary coach Jim Warren, whose squad improves to 8-5 overall and 6-3 in the league. “They were double teaming (junior forward) Michael Warren inside, so he was able to step out and hit some shots. He had 12 points in the first quarter, starting with a 3-pointer.”
Warren, the coach’s son, finished with 30 points and 17 rebounds.
Jim Warren also highlighted the strong play of point guard Drew Maine, who had five points, seven rebounds, five steals and six assists. Senior wing Mark Carlson also contributed 14 points.
Fruitport Calvary will look to score some revenge on Tuesday against conference rival Holland Calvary.
“We did not play well against them the first time,” Jim Warren said of the 58-34 loss on Dec. 17. “We’re looking forward to the opportunity at another shot at them.”