Fruitport continues mastery of rival Spring Lake in volleyball

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Fruitport’s varsity volleyball squad continued to roll in its rivalry against Spring Lake on Tuesday, as the Trojans downed the Lakers, 3-1.LSJ Logo incert

Fruitport, the defending Lakes Eight Conference champions, improve their season record to 10-5, while Spring Lake falls to 5-10-1.

Eliza Veihl spikes the ball for Fruitport as No. 8 Lauren Hellman and No. 5 Olivia Grimmer try to block for Spring Lake. Photo/Carol Cooper

Eliza Veihl spikes the ball for Fruitport as No. 8 Lauren Hellman and No. 5 Olivia Grimmer try to block for Spring Lake. Photo/Carol Cooper

The Trojans were aiming for a sweep after taking the opening two games over the Lakers, 25-21 and 25-15, but the Lakers claimed Game 3, a 25-18 final. Fruitport closed out the match with a 25-15 final in Game 4.

Setter Alyssa Veihl played large from her setter position for Fruitport with four solo blocks, four aces, 16 digs and six kills. She spread the wealth well among her 43 assists, with Ally German and Delaney Bennett leading the Trojans with 11 kills apiece.

Middle blocker Eliza Johnson contributed seven kills and two solo blocks for the Trojans.

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