Local Sports Journal

Oakridge scored a pair of second half goals as the Eagles beat Hart 2-0 on Monday in a West Michigan Conference match.

Shelbe Wilde scored a minute into the second half for Oakridge with an assist to Aliza Olsen.

Nicole Karel scored Oakridge’s second goal eight minutes into the second half with an assist to Emily Jacoutot.

“This was probably our best night of the season as far as our distribution and possession goes, so we are happy with that,” said Oakridge coach Jeff Lohman. “We will continue to plug away to fine tune our finishing.”

Oakridge ousthot Hart 11-0.

“Our backs, Lanessa Meyers, Beka Shepherd, Hannah Jones and McKenzie Davis have done a great job for us shutting down any type of attach from our opponents,” said Lohman. “We have also been pleased with Megan Larabee at center midfield. Since her move from fullback to center mid our team has been able to play so much more organized.”

Whitehall 3, Ravenna 1: Kelsey Gensler, Samantha Huebler and Sarah Schmiedeknecht all scored goals for the Vikings. Sydney Hanson scored Ravenna’s goal. Whitehall goalie Sophia Stevens made three saves and Ravenna goalkeeper Morgan Abbott stopped five shots.

North Muskegon 7, Montague 1: Summer Patricio scored a pair of goals to lead the Norse. Emily Grevious, Hannah Landstrom, Maddie Rake, Megan Rossler and Cassie Webster also scored for NM. Kelsey Ocharzak added a pair of assists for NM. Kristen Kelly scored Montague’s goal. North Muskegon goalie Gus Keur made nine saves and Montague goalie Mackenzie Bentz stopped 12 shots.

Spring Lake 5, Orchard View 0: Nora Adkins tallied a hat trick to lead the Lakers. Mariada Gezon and Kelly Hoffius also scored for SL and Morgan Carey had two assists. Spring Lake goalie Anya Gordon recorded the shutout with five saves.

Grand Haven 3, West Ottawa 0: Sawyer Overway scored a pair of goals to lead Grand Haven. Mallory Beswidk also scored for Grand Haven. Veronica Booth and Faith Platz combined to make one save in the net for GH.

Fruitport 3, Ludington 0: Jordyn Stanberry scored a pair of goals to lead the Trojans. Kelsie Schultz also scored for Fruitport and Marissa Hassevort had an assist. Fruitport goalie Monica Holden posted the shutout with four saves.

Fruitport Calvary 3, Freedom Christian 2: Elise Maine, Brianna Zehr and Sophia Zelenka scored goals for FCC and Zehr and Zelenka added assists. FCC goalies Jess Assad and Maddie Flint combined to make eight saves.