Julian Pruett’s two goals were the difference for the Whitehall boys soccer, which defeated Fremont 2-1 in a non-conference battle on Thursday.
Fremont’s David Wachter scored the lone goal on a penalty kick for the Packers.
Sam Stevens recorded seven saves for Whitehall while Joe Kortge stopped 11 shots for Fremont.
The Vikings are now 4-4 overall on the season, while Fremont falls to a 6-3 record.
NEWAYGO 8, PENTWATER 0 – The Falcons were unable to get much going offensively as they struggled to get the ball towards the goal.
Brandon Macher and Blake Bringedahl split time in net for Pentwater.
The loss drops the Falcons to 1-5 overall and 0-1 in conference play.
FRUITPORT CALVARY 1, RAVENNA 1- Despite an early lead for the Calvary Christian soccer team, the Eagles couldn’t hang on as Ravenna was able to find the back of the net with 50 seconds left in the match.
Ben Zelenka scored the sole goal for the Eagles on a penalty kick, while Jose Wetzig recorded six saves in goal for Calvary.
JENISON 4, REETHS-PUFFER 0 – The Rockets struggled to gather enough shots to pressure Jenison in the Thursday night defeat.
Reeths-Puffer managed to outshoot its opponent by a 7-4 margin.
The Rockets are now 6-3-1 overall with a 3-2 record in conference play.
KENOWA HILLS 2, FRUITPORT 0- The Trojans were unable to find the back of the net.
Goalkeeper Justin Laus recorded four saves for the Trojans. They face Jenison next Tuesday in another O-K Black matchup.
NORTH MUSKEGON 8, MONTAGUE 0- Brody Hoffman and Dylan Schultz led the Norse offense with three
goals and two assists apiece.
Reilly Schotts and Hudson Richards recorded the other two goals for North Muskegon while Jack Vanderwoude finished with two assists.
North Muskegon goalkeeper Jake Hoffer recorded his fifth shutout of the season, stopping two shots.
WEST OTTAWA 4, GRAND HAVEN 1- The Buccaneers were paced by Jaden King, who scored the lone
goal for Grand Haven. Max Jerovsek chipped in with an assist.
SPRING LAKE 6, SPARTA 1 – Ben DesJardin got the ball rolling for the Lakers with the opening goal in the first half, only for Sparta to grab an equalizer before the half.
Link Dephouse, Malachi Mulder and Jonathon Bricker added a goal in the second half, while Sheldon Bunnell added two goals to lead Spring Lake.
The Lakers now improved to 6-2-1 overall on the season.