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Fruitport junior Gavin Fisher shields the ball during play in the second half of Monday's district opener against Oakridge.

MUSKEGON — Fruitport has had a habit of making games difficult on themselves all season long.

On Monday night, they waited until the closing moments to make things interesting, but fought off a late charge from Muskegon Oakridge to win 49-42 in their district first-round game.

Contact Kyle Turk at kturk@grandhaventribune.com or on Twitter @KyleTurkGHT.

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