Wednesday girls soccer roundup: Whitehall outshoots Montague; Spring Lake cruises: WMC shuts out Ludington; Fremont falls

The Whitehall girls soccer team held nothing back in its 5-1 win over rival Montague in West Michigan Conference action on Wednesday. 

The Vikings built a 2-0 halftime lead and outshot Montague 28-2.

Five different players scored for Whitehall as Rileigh Thommen, Alex Fleener, Emma Thompson, Camryn Evans, and Brianna Pascavis each tallied goals.

Isabelle Uganski, Meagan Bourdo, and Ellie Stevens added assists for the Vikings (3-2, 3-0).

Kacy Jeffries had the win in goal for Whitehall with one save.



SPRING LAKE 8, COMSTOCK PARK 0 – Emily Batts posted a hat trick and Laney Peasley tallied three assists in the Spring Lake win. Keara Fritsche scored two goals while Phoebe Saunders, Lilly Saunders and Madeline Zenas each scored goals for Spring Lake. The Lakers were led in goal by keeper Kamryn Lewkoski with the shutout.


REED CITY 5, FREMONT 1 – Samantha Schmidt gave the Packers an early 1-0 lead, finding the back of the net on a shot from the 18. Fremont managed a 1-1 halftime tie and outshot the Coyotes 15-13 for the game. Audrey Johnson and Torey Reichert-Slater combined for eight saves in goal for the Packers (3-3, 2-2).


WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 1, LUDINGTON 0 – Goalie Ashley Lane posted the shutout with seven saves for WMC which was outshot by Ludington 7-5. Emily Meyers scored the winning goal for the Warriors off a through pass from Adayla LIggett. Ludington’s Allison Janowiak posted four saves in goal.


WEST MICHIGAN CONFERENCEMONTAGUE 4, HART 1 – The Wildcats used goals from four different players and we led by Sarah Weesies and Kate Hamann with a goal and an assist, each. Katie Weesies and Emma Flynn both tallied goals while Emma Jensen collected two assists for Montague.



FRUITPORT CALVARY CHRISTIAN 2, AVIATION ACADEMY 1 – Calvary tallied both goals in the opening half as Bree Johnson scored first off the assist from Emily May. Emily Wesner gave the Eagles a 2-0 lead after connecting a goal off a pass from Jessica Assaad. Winning goal keeper Reagan Payton posted five saves for the Eagles.

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