The Ludington volleyball team defeated Orchard View Tuesday night by scores of 25-13, 25-19, 24-26, and 25-15.

De’Lahna Porter led the Orioles with 16 kills while Elena Vaara followed with 11 kills. Zoee Zatarga added seven kills and Sarah Hatch had five for the Ludington offense. Karlee Plamondon had a team-high 20 assists and
Sophia Cooney led defensively with 16 digs.

Lily Johnson recorded eight kills for Orchard View while Allison Tenhove finished with five. Cassidee White led the team with 12 assists and 10 digs.

Ludington improved to 36-9-9 overall and 3-1 in the conference, while Orchard View fell to 10-13-1 overall and 2-2 in conference play.


MUSKEGON CATHOLIC 3, MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 0 – The Crusaders cruised to a three-set victory with service scores of 25-6, 25-0 and 25-8.

Calvin’Nae Simmons led MCC with six kills while Maria Modaff followed with five. Claire Lavinge had a team-high 19 assists and Erin Lavigne led with 24 aces.

The Crusaders improved to 10-12 overall and 2-2 in the Lakes 8 conference. They will travel to Grant Thursday for a non-league contest.

WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 3, MANISTEE 0- The Warriors won their match by scores of 25-8, 25-20, and 25-19.

Esther Hartley led the Warriors with five kills while Greta VanderHeide followed with four. Alisha Leffring led the team with nine assists and Carli Betten had a team-high nine digs.

The Warriors improved to 27-9-3 overall. They host Muskegon Catholic next Tuesday.


MORLEY-STANWOOD 3, HOLTON 0– The Red Devils lost their match by scores of 10-25, 4-25 and 15-25 on Tuesday.

Ally Seiber led Holton with seven kills, while Paige Byrnes had a team-high six assists and Kennedy Greene recorded eight digs.

Holton will travel to White Cloud next Wednesday.

KENT CITY 3, LAKEVIEW 0 – The Eagles earned a straight sets victory over Lakeview on Tuesday evening by scores of 25-10, 25-4 and 25-8.

Pacing the Eagles were Jenna Harrison with 29 digs, Alyssa Larson with 11 kills, Jasmine Weeks with 23 points off and three aces and Erica Bull with two blocks and nine kills.

Madelyn Ellicott also had a great night with 12 points and an ace, as well as Emily Bull with a block.

Kent City is now 20-8-3 overall and 5-2 in the conference play.

HESPERIA 3, WHITE CLOUD 1– The Panthers won by service scores of 25-20, 13-25, 25-22 and 25-22.

Leading the Panthers was Rachel Romero with 13 kills. Emily Bayle followed with 11 kills while Isabelle Rumsey and Delaney Yates recorded eight and seven kills, respectively.

Kyra Sayer led Hesperia with 21 assists while Bayle recorded a team-high 15 digs.

The Panthers improved to 6-1 in conference play and 26-8-1 overall.


OAKRIDGE 3, SHELBY 0 – The Eagles won by service scores of 25-14, 25-10 and 25-15 on Tuesday.

Emma Blackburn led the Eagles with 10 kills while Taryn Thompson added seven. Leah Lowry had a team-high 29 assists and Emma Fri led defensively with 28 digs.

Oakridge improved to 4-3 conference play.

MONTAGUE 3, MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 0 – The Wildcats cruised to a three-set win by scores of 25-5, 25-6 and 25-10.

Reilly Murphy paced Montague with 12 kills, while Maddy Wynn had 13 aces and 11 digs. Raegan Murphy chipped in with 31 assists.

The Wildcats are now 31-9 overall and 6-0 in league play.


FRUITPORT 3 , KENOWA HILLS 0 – The Trojans won by scores of 25-11, 25-21 and 25-17 on Tuesday night.

Madalyn Felt recorded two aces, five kills and 11 digs for Fruitport while, Erika Burgess had nine kills and one block. Jenna VanderVelde dished out 23 assists and Jessie Paquin had 15. Cailey Richards contributed heavily to the win as well with eight digs and three kills.

Fruitport improved to 4-1 in conference play with the win.


SPRING LAKE 3, GRAND RAPIDS CATHOLIC CENTRAL 2 – The Lakers prevailed in what proved to be a thriller five-set match on scores of 25-27, 31-29, 25-23, 21-25 and 15-11.

Abby Perkins paced Spring Lake with 27 kills while Alicia Mumby added 19 and Madalyn Lisman had 14. Kyla Koblyak chipped in with 71 assists.

The Lakers were led defensively by Meah Bajt (23 digs), Kendra Kieft (22 blocks) and Lisman (six blocks).

Spring Lake is now 11-25 overall and 3-2 in conference play.