Zach Gilson and Andrew Frost each scored twice, leading the Fruitport varsity boys soccer team to a dominant 7-0 win over Coopersville on Monday.
Noah Hendricks, Dalton Mullennix and Bryant Rebone also scored for the Trojans, who held a 26-1 advantage in shots on goal.
Goalie Conner Deneen made just one save to record the shutout.
“The man of the match was Andrew Frost, with great hustle play that ended with career highs with two goals and three assists,” said Trojans’ coach Greg Kobylak. “Matt Umstead was a huge force in the middle, along with improving play from Jacob Dyer.”
Things will get much more difficult for the Trojans (1-1-2) as they take on Rockford on Thursday.
“We will have two days to work on the many areas still in need of improvement or strong teams will take advantage,” Kobylak said. “It should be a fun contest.”
SAILORS SINK WARRIORS
Mona Shores knocked off rival Western Michigan Christian on Monday, 4-2.
The Sailors held a commanding 21-7 advantage in shots.
“This was our first game of the season and we played a very good and fast Mona Shores,” said Warriors’ coach David Hulings. “They played with much more quicker step in most parts of the game, but we showed some good stuff and plenty of potential.”
The Warriors suffered a few serious blows during the contest as Chase Schuiteman went down with an injury and two other players — Alex Rop and Matt Vanderploeg — went down with cramps.
Max Purvis and Ben Mast had the Warriors’ goals, both of which came off corner kicks.
“It was nice to see us execute on two set pieces,” Hulings said.
Christian Rogers was in net for WMC, making 17 saves.