Girls soccer district tournament roundup: Whitehall, Fremont, Fruitport, Ludington, WMC advance

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The Whitehall girls soccer team defeated Oakridge 5-1 on Tuesday in the first round of Division 3 district tournament play.

Emma Thompson and Ellie Stevens each scored two goals for Whitehall while Brianna Pascavis added an assist. Kacy Jefferies was strong in goal, stopping five of six shots.

The Vikings will take on Fremont game in a Thursday district semifinal.

DIVISION 3

FREMONT 7, NEWAYGO 0 – The Packers move on to district semifinal play after their win over the Lions Tuesday night.

Alaina Wachter and Bre Harris each scored two goals while Calla Miller connected for two assists for Fremont. Lexie Luches was solid in goal with three saves on three shots.

Fremont advances to play Whitehall on Thursday.

DIVISION 2

FRUITPORT 8, MUSKEGON 0 – The Trojans took a 3-0 lead into the first half then cruised to the Division 2 district quarterfinal victory.

Isabelle Raven and Jaydie Hanks led the Trojans with two goals apiece while Madalyn Fett registered the shutout in net. The Trojans advance to play Coopersville in a district semifinal game on Thursday.

DIVISION 3

LUDINGTON 2, KINGSLEY 0 – The Orioles squeaked out a win against the Stags Tuesday night in a Division 3 quarterfinal game.

Allie May and Eleah Billings each scored a goal with Katrina Lesinski and Billings adding assists. Lindsey Lovato and Allison Janowiak shared time in goal in the shutout victory.

Ludington will move on to face Benzie Central on Thursday in the district semifinal round.

DIVISION 4

WEST MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 3, FRUITPORT CALVARY CHRISTIAN 0 – The Warriors used a balanced attack to defeat the Eagles Tuesday night in a Division 4 district quarterfinal match.

Emily Myers scored the first goal with an assist from Emily Rosema. Adayla Liggett scored the second goal while Morgan Kinnucan got goal number three on a penalty kick.

The Warriors move on to play Ravenna Thursday night in a district semifinal.

 

 

 

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