Local Sports Journal

Whitehall scored a pair of goals in each half and beat North Muskegon 4-0 in Monday.

Kelsey Gensler and Sam Heubler scored first half goals for Whitehall in the opening half.

In the second half, Lauren Baustert and Sarah Schmiedeknecht scored for Whitehall.

“Our passing and shape was much better than it has been. Our defense was healthy and solid so there was a lot of confidence in the group, said Whitehall coach Dan Nichols. “Our girls have still not allowed a goal in conference play and hope to use this to set the tone moving forward. This is also the second game not allowing a shot on keeper Sophia Stevens.”

Spring Lake 1, Fruitport 1 (2OT): Kenzie Price scored in the opening half for the Lakers and Jordyn Stanberry scored in the second half for Fruitport. Monica Holden made 17 saves for the Trojans and Anya Gordon stopped five shots for the Lakers.

Fruitport Calvary 8, Zion Christian 1: Brianna Zehr and Sophia Zelenka both tallied a hat trick.  Maddie Flint and Britney Zehr also scored for the Eagles. Elise Maine had three assists for the FCC and Britney Zehr had two assists. Jessi Assad and Flint combined for six saves for FCC.

Hart 2, Shelby 1 (2OT): Anna Drenth’s goal in the second overtime helped Hart earn the West Michigan Conference win. Maddie Hegedus scored Hart’s other goal. Paige Gouhier scored for the Tigers. Shelby goalie Elizabeth Kelly made seven saves.