Lakers who picked up assists were Gilchrist, Madeline Zenas and Lauren Hewitt while Phoebe Saunders had two assists.
The Spartans were unable to breakdown a strong Lakers defense, supported by the goalkeeping tandem of Kamryn Lewkowskj and Phoebe Wigger.
Spring Lake remain undefeated in conference play with the victory.
WHITEHALL 8, WEST MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 1 – Following a close 2-1 halftime score, the floodgates opened for Whitehall, as they exploded for six second half goals.
Leading the Vikings was Maggie Evans, with three goals and two assists.
Emma Thompson and Kacy Jeffries contributed two goals each, while Rileigh Thommen scored one.
For Western Michigan Christian, Morgan Kinnucian scored the loan goal.
Sadie VanGuilder has a solid performance in goal, saving 10 saves on 11 shots for the Vikings. Western Michigan Christian falls to 3-4-2 overall while Whitehall improves to 10-2 overall.
MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL 4, ORCHARD VIEW 0 – McKenna Gentry opened the scoring with a goal only four minutes into the first half with an assist from Payton Helton.
Helton then had a goal of her own, assisted by Erin Lavigne, which was then quickly followed up by Julia Drier scoring to put the game out of reach at 3-0 by the end of the first half.
Audrey Mey made it 4-0 with the lone goal in the second half, assisted by Mya Gonzalez.
Kate Rauch made six saves for the Crusaders, as they improved to 6-4-1 overall and 2-1-1 in conference.
FRUITPORT CAVALRY 2, MONTAGUE 1 – Cavalry raced out to a 1-0 lead in the first half following a goal scored by Emily May and assisted Emily Wesner.
Wesner then doubled the Eagle lead later in the half with a strike assisted by Kristina Warren.
In the second half, Montague were able to make it interesting as they made it 2-1 thanks to a goal scored by Emma Flynn.
Ultimately it wasn’t enough as Cavalry took a 2-1 victory, improving to 7-1-1 overall on the season.
FREMONT 1, TRI COUNTY 1 – A week following a resounding 8-1 for Tri County over the Packers, Fremont made sure to make things much more difficult for the Vikings this time around.
Playing with only 10 players, the Packers were astonishingly able to flip the script and frustrate Tri County into a draw, despite being outshot 11-4.
Grace Miller opened the scoring for the Vikings 20 minutes into the match.
Following halftime, Paige Kinsey found Elly O’Neill for the equalizing goal 10 minutes into the second half for the short-handed Packers.
Audrey Johnson had a good performance in goal for Fremont, making 10 saves.
Fremont is now 5-3-4 overall and 2-2-1 in conference.
LUDINGTON 2, MANISTEE 0 – The Ludington soccer team improved to 6-6-1 overall and 4-1 in conference play with a victory over Manistee on Monday.
Hailey Stowe and Katrina Lesinski each had goals for the Orioles while Elleah Billings had an assist.
Ludington outshot Manistee 8-4 on the day.