The Spring Lake girls’ soccer team started its O-K Blue Conference season with an exclamation point on Tuesday, downing Allendale 8-0.

Junior Laney Peasley led the way for the Lakers with three goals while senior Emily Batts had one goal and four assists.

Maddy Wright, Coco McKeough and Phoebe Saunders each added single tallies for Spring Lake. Tia Leary and Lauren Hewitt each has assists.

Goalkeeper Kamryn Lewkowski posted the shutout for the Lakers.


OAKRIDGE 8, MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 0 – The Eagles were paced by Lizzi Tilford with two goals, while Andi Cartwright and Alexis Florez chipped in with two assists each. Breeanna Jasick, McKenzie Swarts, Leah Lowry, Alexis Carroll, Avery Wildig and Linea Holmer each added a goal for Oakridge, which has a 1-2-1 overall record and 1-0 league mark.

NORTH MUSKEGON 7, RAVENNA 0 – The Norse won the conference game with balanced scoring. Sophia Mueller and Hope Johnson had two goals apiece while Grace Berends, Abby Grevel and Elysia Maurer each had one. Sophia Schotts had two assists while Haley Slorf, Audrey Wilson, Gwenna Pitts, Reyna Johnson and Abby Grevel each had one. Bailey Walker had nine saves in goal for Ravenna, which fell to 2-1 overall and 0-1 in conference play.


FREMONT 8, NEWAYGO 0 – Bre Harris netted a three-goal hat trick to lead the Packers to a victory. Fremont also received two-goal performances from Sam Schmidt and Taylor Crowley while Calla Miller added a goal. The Packers outshot Newaygo by a 14-2 margin.


GRAND HAVEN 2, EAST KENTWOOD 0 – Ali Keyser scored two goals to lift the Bucs to victory in their first O-K Red game of the season. Jennifer Deer had assists on both goals for Grand Haven. Goalie Hannah Brackenbury stopped eight shots to earn the shutout for the Bucs, who improved to 2-1-0 overall and 1-0 in conference play.


LUDINGTON 5, HART 0 – Eleah Billings scored two goals to lead the Orioles to a win over Hart. Bre Mesyar, Olivia Flewelling and Haileigh Huber each added a goal for Ludington. Goalkeepers Allison Janowiak and Lindsey Lovato each spent time in net and earned the shutout for the Orioles.