Kalcea Wilson made a key save in her first action in goal for the Spring Lake varsity girls soccer team, helping propel the Lakers to a 4-0 win over visiting Tri-County on Wednesday.
Spring Lake led 1-0 at the half, but Tri-County had a great chance to tie the game early in the second half, only to be turned away by Wilson.
That paved the way for a late flourish of Lakers’ goals as Spring Lake remained unbeaten on the season.
“Kalcea played really well,” said Lakers’ coach Jeremy Thelen, whose team is now 3-0-1 overall and 3-0 in Lakes Eight action. “That one save was a huge save.”
The Lakers could have padded their lead earlier in the game, but had trouble finishing their offensive chances. Spring Lake hit the post five times and had two goals called back because of offsides calls.
TROJANS POUND PACKERS
Carly Kryfka and Emily Winicki each scored twice as Fruitport scored an 8-0 victory over Fremont on Wednesday.
Lauren Maus, Jordyn Stanberry, Jensyn Stanberry and Marissa Hassevoort added goals for the Trojans, who held a 20-1 advantage in shots on goal.
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