Ravenna shuts out Shelby in opening round of West Michigan Conference girls soccer tourney; North Muskegon and Whitehall post wins

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Ravenna advanced past Shelby in the first round of the West Michigan Conference girls soccer tourney on Wednesday with a 4-0 shutout. 

Isabel Hammond scored twice to lead the Bulldogs who are now 9-4-1 overall and 5-2-1 in the WMC.

Ravenna was also led by Hayley Dekker and Ana Postema who each tallied goals of their own.

Dekker, Julie Breivik, Amber Jacobs and Heidi Barnhard each handed out assists in the Ravenna effort.

Bailey Walker posted the shutout in goal, making nine saves.

OAKRIDGE 9, MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 1 – The host Eagles came out fast, scoring five goals in the first 10 minutes. Eight different Eagles scored in a balanced effort. Lizzi Tilford scored twice while Andi Cartwright tallied a goal and four assists. Alexis Florez, Camri Florez, Andi Cartwright, McKenzie Swarts, Linea Holmer, Madison Carpenter and Breeanna Jasick each added goals of their own for Oakridge. Holmer, Alexis Carroll and Leah Lowry each added assists in the Oakridge win. The Eagles improve to 9-5-2 on the year and 6-1-1 in WMC play and will host Whitehall on Monday, May 21st.

NORTH MUSKEGON 19, HART 0 – The Norse dominated the Pirates in the first leg of the West Michigan Conference tournament on Wednesday. North Muskegon is now 14-0 (8-0) on the season. Sophia Mueller notched five goals, Hope Johnson scored four, Megan Sroka had a hat trick and Grace Berends netted a pair. Audrey Wilson, Gwenna Pitts, Sophia Schotts and Abby Grevel each scored once.
Pitts had five assists, while Berends collected three. Bodie Collins was in goal for the shutout.

WHITEHALL 8, MONTAGUE 0 – Emma Thompson netted three goals to lead the Vikings to an opening round win in the West Michigan Conference tournament on Tuesday. Clara Moore and Ellie Stevens each scored once and had an assist. Rileigh Thommen, Cloe McCarthy and Jessie McFarland each found the back of the net once. Kacy Jeffries picked up the shutout in goal.

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