Junior Varsity: Fruitport scored an 8-0 win against Fremont. Caitlin Hughey had two goals. Other players who scored included Alexis Black, Marissa Hassevoort, Hannah Samlow, Emily Pieczynski, Alyssa Benedict, and Sydney Richards.
LAKERS ROLL OVER VIKINGS
Spring Lake led just 2-0 at halftime, but averaged a goal every three minutes in the second half and mercied Tri-County on Monday, 8-0.
A pair of freshmen — Marida Gezon and Megan Harken — scored in the opening half for Spring Lake, which was playing against a strong wind. The goal was the first of Gezon’s varsity career.
After halftime, with the wind at their backs, Spring Lake’s offense came alive. Molly Miedema took advantage of a short punt by the Vikings’ goalie and looped a shot back in over the keeper and into the net to make it 3-0. After an own-goal by Tri-County — set up by a long throw-in by the Lakers’ Ayna Gordon — Spring Lake received goals from Brooke TenBrink, Emily Walling, Kelsey Kippe and Harken.
The Lakers, an honorable mention in the newest Division 2 state rankings, are now 5-1-1 overall and 3-0 into league play. They’ll take on another ranked team — Rockford, an honorable mention in the Division 1 poll — tonight at Rockford.
Junior Varsity: Spring Lake scored an 8-0 win over Tri-County, with Sierra Gipson recording a hat trick. Maya Denslow, Becca Boven, Kelcia Wilson and Kelly Hoffius also scored goals.