Volleyball roundup: Fruitport cruises past Mona Shores in league action

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The Fruitport volleyball team cruised past Mona Shores in three straight sets on Tuesday in an O-K Black Conference game.

The Trojans won by scores of 25-13, 25-17 and 25-16 to improve to 16-6 on the season and 3-0 in league play.

Jordyn Carlyle paced Fruitport with 10 kills while Kylie Oberlin added six. Kailey Carmean chipped in with 30 assists.

The Trojans were led defensively by Kennadi Dykstra with nine digs while Carmean contributed with seven.

The Sailors, who are now 5-16-2 on the season, were led by Emma Lynn with eight kills while Lauren Dunn added seven. Megan DeLong had 16 assists.

Suriya VanderOord paced Mona Shores defensively with 26 digs.

 

GRANT 3, REED CITY 0 – The Tigers won by service scores of 25-14, 25-13 and 25-13 on Tuesday. Olivia Keelean and Kylie Patton paced Grant with eight kills each while Catherine Geers and Kendall Wilkerson added six.

Nicole Whan chipped in with 36 assists along with leading the Tigers defensively with 10 digs.

The Tigers are now 20-7-1 on the season.

MONTAGUE 3, SHELBY 0 – The Tigers cruised to a three-set win by service scores of 25-14, 25-22 and 25-9.

Reilly Murphy led Montague with 13 kills while Allison Hall added nine. Raegan Murphy chipped in with 31 assists.

Maddy Wynn had eight digs to lead Montague defensively, while Raegan Murphy and Taylor Netcott contributed with seven.

WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 3, MANISTEE 0 – The Warriors opened conference play with a three-set win by service scores of 25-8, 25-13 and 25-18.

Claudia Kingma and Anna Sytsema led the WMC attack with eight and seven kills, respectively, while Chloe Mitchell chipped in with 16 assists.

The Warriors were led defensively by Carli Betten and Rebecca TerHaar with six digs apiece.

WMC is now 17-7-1 on the season overall.

WHITEHALL 3, RAVENNA 0 – The Vikings improved to 3-0 in West Michigan Conference play on Tuesday.

Whitehall, which is 14-4-4 overall on the season, won by service scores of 25-16, 25-18 and 25-19.

Rayne Thompson paced the Vikings with nine kills while Rileigh Thommen added eight along with eight digs defensively.

Whitehall’s Abby Seeger paced the Vikings defensively with 13 digs and Jaden Mikkelson chipped in with 22 assists.

COOPERSVILLE 3, SPRING LAKE 0 – The Lakers fell short by service scores of 13-25, 14-25 and 19-25. Jenna Core paced Spring Lake with seven kills, nine digs and three blocks while Madeline Zenas added four kills, 18 assists and four digs.

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