Girls Soccer roundup 4/29: Oakridge blanks Ravenna, WMC cruises and Whitehall shuts out Hart and Mona Shores falls

Local Sports Journal

Oakridge shutout Ravenna 3-0 in girls soccer on Tuesday. Shelbe Wilde scored a pair of goals to lift the Eagles to WMC win.

Wilde put Oakridge on the board first off an Emily Jacoutot pass from the outside with 15 minutes left in the first half. Wilde struck again with a goal early in the second half to put the Eagles up 2-0. Megan Larabee set up the goal on a through pass to Wilde who beat a defender to find the shot on goal.

Mackayla Zimmer put Oakridge up 3-0 off a Jade Ware assist.

Oakridge outshot Ravenna 10-2 as goalie Micki Wall posted the shutout for the Eagles.

Western Michigan Christian 7, Wyoming Tri-unity Christian 0: The Warriors led 6-0 at halftime in a game that was cut short due to lightning in the second half. Aylssa Benedict tallied a hat trick in the first half and Megan Teeter scored two goals for WMC. Alexys Riksen had a goal and an assist while Alyssa Benedict added a goal. Adding assists for the Warriors were Shelby Lile and Jessica Kinnucan. WMC outshot the Defenders 15-6 as goalie Lindsey Johnson posted the shutout.

Whitehall 8, Hart 0:
The Vikings scored four goals in each half as Sarah Schmiedeknect led with a hat trick. Kelsey Gensler scored a pair of goals for Whitehall. Freshman Lauren Baustert and Hanna Evans each scored goals and Baustert had two assists while Evans had one helper. Jordan Loudermild had a goal and an assists and Sam Huebler and Lauren Lopez each added assists for Whitehall. 

Zeeland East 3, Mona Shores 1: The match was tied at 1-1 before Zeeland East scored a pair of second half goals. Jessica Gauthier scored Mona Shores’ goal with an assist to Holly Fredricksen. Lauren Cannon made seven saves for Mona Shores.

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