Monday soccer roundup: Fremont ties while Western Michigan Christian wins

In a tightly-contested matchup, Fremont tied Kenowa Hills 2-2 on Monday night in a non-conference game.


The Knights struck first in the second half when Elvin Mendez put a shot past Fremont goalkeeper Joe Kortge.


Only a few minutes later, the Packers equalized when Braiden McDonald flicked a ball into the feet of Jaxx Miller, who then dropped it to Yunus Opgard who put the ball in the back of the net. Mendez answered right back for Kenowa Hills to regain the advantage.


The final goal came off a set piece for Fremont. Grant Vissia played a ball into the box from 40 yards out, only for it to skip by the keeper by itself. 


Joe Kortge made five saves in goal for the Packers. Ryan Bart has 12 saves for the Knights.


The draw moves Fremont to 9-3-3.


WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 6, MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL 0 –
The Warriors finished off a weather-delayed game as convincing winners.


Starting the game off with a 1-0 lead and 20 minutes gone, the Warriors took no time to get things rolling again.


Isaac VanHoeven made it 2-0 only a minute into the restart, scoring off an assist from Ashton Leffering. That would remain the score going into halftime.


In similar fashion, Brandon Fles scored one minute into the second half off an intended cross that sound its way into the net.


Three minutes later, Fles, grabbed his second of the night off of a corner kick supplied by Ryan Bradford-Royal.


Michael Masumpa also collected two goals for the Warriors, one off of a rebound, and then the last one coming from a cross from Fles.

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