Soccer roundup: Rockets tie while Fruitport, Oakridge, Whitehall, Shelby and WMC all win

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The Reeths-Puffer soccer team was unable to hold on to a 2-0 halftime lead, ultimately settling for a 2-2 tie with Kenowa Hills.

Troy Beebe and Ashton Carpenter each netted goals off assists from Jadyn Flannery for the Rockets.

OK-BLACK CONFERENCE

FRUITPORT 8, MUSKEGON 0 – Bryce Lanore led the Trojans with four goals in the victory while Jay Thompson added a goal and two assists.

Fruitport also got goals from Logan Manciu, Will Braun and Ryan Laus. Laus also had an assist on the night.

Kaleb Krueger and Austin Golden each had one assist for the Trojans while goalkeeper Connor Hines recorded a shutout.

WEST MICHIGAN CONFERENCE

OAKRIDGE 8, RAVENNA 0 – The Oakridge boys soccer team got two goals from both Hunter Behnke and Christoffe Simonsen in an 8-0 victory.

Also adding goals for the Eagles were Glenn May, Zack Campbell, Dylan Lucas and Bayly Ehnen.

Lucas also had four assists for Oakridge while Campbell and Simonsen each had one assist.

Goalkeeper Brandon Jones made one save while helping the Eagles improve to 5-0-2 overall and 3-0-1 in conference play.

WHITEHALL 5, MONTAGUE 0 –Brett Evans had a hat trick on Tuesday to pace the Vikings to a conference victory.

Isaac Parmley and Julian Pruitt also had goals for Whitehall while Murray Andree added two assists. Taden Brandel and Parmley each had one assist for Whitehall.

David Rumsey had 11 saves in net for the Vikings who improve to 3-0-3 in conference play and 4-4-3 overall.

SHELBY 2, HART 1 – Shelby took a 1-0 lead only 12 minutes into the game whne Diego Gonzales scored off an assist from Chris Schuchardt.

The Tigers held 1-0 lead at halftime and into the second half before extending the lead to 2-0 on a goal from Matt Felt who was assisted by Alfred Arreola.

Hart got on the board with 10 minutes left when Ruben Perez converted a penalty kick.

Shelby is now 4-5-1 overall and 2-1-1 in conference play.

LAKES 8 CONFERENCE

WMC 5, ORCHARD VIEW 1 – Hayden Hubers led the Warriors with a hat trick in their victory on Tuesday. He was assisted on one goal by Issac VanHoven while the other two goals were unassisted.

Also scoring for Western Michigan Christian were Brandon Fles and Andrew Rasmussen. Rasmussen was assisted by Fles while Fles had his goal off an assist from VanHoven.

Jamo Goorman had three saves in the victory for the Warriors.

Western Michigan Christian is now 7-1-2 on the year.

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