The Spring Lake boys soccer team cruised to a 9-0 win against Comstock Park.

The Lakers are now one win away from an O-K Blue Conference Championship after their mercy-rule win on Tuesday.

Keegan Fritsche and Jaxson Tober paced Spring Lake with two goals each, while Malachi Mulder, Ben Bush, Jonathon Bricker, Sheldon Bunnell and Jack Mulder each added a single goal.


OAKRIDGE 3, HART 0 –Eric Ortiz scored the first goal of the night for the Eagles with Bryce Kartes recording the assist.

Zack Campbell followed with two goals of his own for Oakridge, both unassisted.

The Eagles will travel to Ravenna Thursday night.


GRAND RAPIDS UNION 1, MONA SHORES 0 – Keegan DeKuiper played a great game in net for the Sailors, stopping four shots. GR Union scored its lone goal on a penalty kick.

Mona Shores is now 7-6 overall and 6-3 in the conference.

FRUITPORT 3, REETHS PUFFER 0 – Cody Mayette opened up the scoring in the first half, giving Fruitport a 1-0 lead.

Mayette again found the net in the second half to give the Trojans a 2-0 advantage. Carter Golden finished the game’s scoring on an assist from Ryan Laus.

Fruitport’s goalkeeper Justin Laus stopped eight shots, while Demario Chapman recorded five saves for Reeths Puffer.

The Trojans will host Whitehall on Thursday.


FREMONT 7, TRI-COUNTY 2 – David Wachter opened the scoring for the Packers before Tri-County responded with two goals to take a 2-1 lead.

Fremont’s Riccardo Lapertosa tied the game 2-2 off a pass from Wachter.

In the second half, the Packers scored five unanswered goals.

Wachter completed a three-goal hat trick with two second half goals, while Carter Moon, Jaxx Miller and Ed Hallberg each recorded a goal for the Packers.

Fremont improved to 10-3-3 overall and 6-0-1 in conference play. The Packers host Newaygo Thursday.


LUDINGTON 8, MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL 0 –Nick Patterson and Bradley Paul led the Orioles with two goals each, while Isaiah Lynn, Brayden Porter, Chazz Rohrer and John Biggs each recorded a goal.

Colin Anders had a team-high two assists while Biggs, Kyle Snyder, Jonah Lundberg and Max Knoer each chipped
in with a single assist.

The Orioles improved to 5-9-3 overall and 4-0-1 in conference play.