The Whitehall girls soccer squad needed a little extra time to beat Oakridge on Monday in a West Michigan Conference tournament contest.

The Vikings won by a 2-1 margin, winning in a penalty shootout after the game was tied 1-1 in regulation.

Oakridge scored three goals during the shootout to earn the win.

Emma Thompson scored the lone goal in regulation for the Vikings.

Whitehall’s goalkeeper Kacy Jefferies stopped nine shots on goal.

SHELBY 8, HART 0 – The Tigers were paced by Amy England with three goals and three assists to help Shelby advance to the next round of the West Michigan Conference. Priscilla Salgado added two goals for the Tigers while Abby Jaramillo chipped in with two assists. Lauren Dean, Kim Hernandez and Bryghton Lee each contributed with a goal each. The Tigers are now 9-6-1 on the season and 4-5 in league play.

FREMONT 5, REED CITY 2 – The Packers were led by Bre Harris with two goals while Taylor Crowley, Natalie Jamieson and Holly Kortge each added a goal. Calla Miller chipped in with two assists for Fremont while both Haven Reed and Taylor Harrison contributed with an assist apiece. The Packers, now 10-7-1 on the season, outshot Reed City by a 14-7 margin.

MONA SHORES 11, MUSKEGON 0 – Mona Shores claimed the outright O-K Black Conference title with the win on Monday. The Sailors used 11 different players to defeat Muskegon. Mal Meston,Madeline Eckerman, Mieke Hart, Aubrey Cooper, Peyton Erndteman, Sarah Mikesell, Caitlyn McCombs, Madeline Anderson, Alexa Musk, Carlie McNiff and Bri Wade each netted goals for Mona Shores. Julia Tierman posted the shutout win in net for the Sailors, who improved to 15-1-1 on the season and 9-0-1 in O-K Black Conference play.

SPRING LAKE 8, COMSTOCK PARK 0 – The Lakers were paced by Taylor Colquit with a three-goal hat trick. Tia Leary added two goals for Spring Lake while Phoebe Saunders and Coco McKeough chipped in with a goal apiece. Kamryn Lewkowski posted a shutout for the Lakers.

NORTH MUSKEGON 8, RAVENNA 0 –Sophia Mueller had a huge game for the Norse, scoring four goals. Audrey Wilson, Hope Johnson, and Sophia Schotts also scored to round out the big victory. Gwenna Pitts and Abby Grevel each chipped in with two assists while Mueller and Pitts each had one.