Local Sports Journal

Zach Sutton and Michael Hower led a balanced attack in Muskegon Community College’s 5-0 win over Cuyahoga Communy College on Sunday.

The Jayhawks took a 1-0 lead on a Sutton Penalty kick late in the first half.

Sutton followed up two minutes later to set up Riley Kammeraad goal and a 2-0 MCC halftime lead.

Hower opened the second half by setting up a Hector Chaves goal and follwed with a goal of his own. Aaron Dault assisted on Hower’s goal.

The Jayhawks capped off scoring with a penalty-kick goal from Arigel Riley.

MCC held a 12-10 shooting edge as goalie Loghan Stong posted the shutout.

“Our team play and team depth really plaed into the second half,” said Jayhawk coach Ben Ritsema. “We really controlled play and scored two goals in the first eight minutes of the second half to put the game away.”