The Wildcats defeated Hart, Ludington, Holton, Pentwater and Hesperia before losing to North Muskegon.
Reilly Murphy led Montague with 40 kills on the day while also finishing with 42 digs.
Chloe Wynn had 13 aces and 37 digs for the Wildcats while Allison Hall added 35 kills and 10 digs.
MONA SHORES BATTLES AND FINISHES 2-2
The Mona Shores volleyball team went 2-2 in a home tournament on Saturday, defeating Kalamazoo Central and Grand Rapids Catholic Central but falling to West Ottawa and Zeeland East.
Megan DeLong led the Sailors with 63 assists an 21 digs while Emma Lynn added 25 kills and 36 digs. Lauren Dunn added 15 kills while Riley Rosenthal had 12 kills. Suriya van der Oord had 60 digs on the day for Mona Shores.
With the 2-2 record on the day, Mona Shores moves to 11-22-3 overall on the year.
WHITEHALL GOES 2-2, WINS BRONZE BRACKET
The Whitehall volleyball team went 0-2 in pool play, losing to Hudsonville and Grand Rapids Catholic Central before winning the bronze bracket by defeating Kalamazoo Central and Reeths-Puffer.
Abby Seeger paced the Vikings iwht 25 kills and 28 digs while Jaden Mikkelson added four aces and 84 assists.
AAllisyn Grams also had a solid day for Whitehall, finishing with 24 kills while Rileigh Thommen added 14 kills and four blocks.
Whitehall is now 22-9-4 overall on the year.
LUDINGTON HAS MIXED DAY AT SHELBY INVITE
The Ludington volleyball team went 2-2-1 on Saturday, defeating Holton and Hart but falling to Montague and North Muskegon, while also splitting with Pentwater.
Elena Vaara led the Orioles with 24 kills and 12 digs overall while De’Lahna Porter added 22 kills and Zoee Zatarga 20 kills.
The Orioles are now 22-17-5 overall on the season.
HESPERIA GOES 4-2 AT SHELBY INVITE
The Hesperia volleyball team went 4-1 in pool play, defeating Muskegon, Pine River, and Shelby but falling to North Muskegon. In the semi-finals of the tournament, Hesperia lost to Montague in three sets.
Emily Bayle led the Panthers with 24 kills, 23 digs and six aces while Alyssa Miller added 18 kills and five aces. Ally Bayle also had a strong day, totaling 16 kills and six aces.
Hesperia is now 24-13 overall.