Prep soccer roundup: Kammeraad, Lakers improve to 15-0

Riley Kammeraad kept up his torrid goal-scoring pace for the Spring Lake varsity boys soccer team, scoring four goals in an 8-0 win over Kenowa Hills on Monday.
Tribune Staff
Oct 2, 2012

 

Kammeraad now has 30 goals on the season and is closing in on the Lakers’ single-season scoring record.

K.J. Sanchez had two goals and now has 16 on the year. Adam Clauss also scored twice for the Lakers, who are 15-0 on the season and ranked No. 1 in Division 2.

Clauss also had three assists, while Torden Peek Jensen and Kyle Zietlow each had assists.

The Lakers open Lakes Eight Conference tournament play on Thursday against Ludington. The winner of that game takes on the winner of Wednesday’s Fruitport vs. Orchard View semifinal in the league championship game next week Tuesday.

TROJANS FALL TO ROCKETS

Fruitport suffered a 2-1 loss to Reeths-Puffer on Monday.

The Trojans (8-6-2) got on the scoreboard first when Ryan Craker scored off an assist from Taylor McLaughlin.

The Rockets answered with a pair of second-half goals, scored by Drake Yarian and Cody Loss.

Loghan Stong made eight saves for Fruitport, which was outshot on the night, 11-4.

“The Rockets played great and fast the entire game,” said Fruitport coach Greg Kobylak. “The Trojans played good but are struggling to get over the ump and get to the point where we start winning close games against top teams.

“We will keep working to find the solution and the schedule keeps giving us opportunities.”

Fruitport gets its next chance against a top team on Wednesday, when they meet, state-ranked Orchard View in the semifinal round of the Lakes Eight Conference tournament.

The Cardinals defeated the Trojans earlier this year.
 

 

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