Fruitport, Reeths-Puffer and Spring Lake posts 1-1 record in volleyball competition

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The Fruitport volleyball squad posted a 1-1 record on Thursday, defeating Whitehall (18-25, 26-24, 26-24 and 25-17) the falling to Reeths-Puffer (25-22, 16-25, 23-25, 25-23 and 15-10).

Brooke Sieplinga had 21 kills on the night to lead the Trojans, while Sydney Woods had 11 aces. Jenna VanderVelde chipped in with 48 assists.

Fruitport was paced defensively by Kylie Rudolph with 37 digs while Sarah Zielinski had 33. Emily Oberlin contributed with five blocks.

The Trojans are now 5-21 on the season.

Reeths-Puffer also posted a 1-1 record after beating the Trojans in five-sets, then losing to Spring Lake by scores of 23-25, 11-25 and 25-27.

The Rockets were led by Brianna Stawski with 27 kills followed by Sophia Hekkema with 23. Allie Moore and Stawski both added four aces apiece while Beth Jordan chipped in with 72 assists.

Reeths-Puffer was paced by Moore with 28 digs while Faith Latsch had 24. Stawski had nine blocks up front.

The Rockets are now 11-14 overall and 7-2 in the conference play.

Spring Lake went 1-1, losing to Whitehall and then defeating Reeths-Puffer.

The Lakers were led by Alicia Mumby with 22 kills while Kendra Kieft had four aces. Kyla Kobylak accounted for 57 of Spring Lake’s 70 assists.

Spring Lake was paced defensively by Kalli Lewkowski and Mumby who both had five blocks while Kieft had 32 digs and Meah Bajt had 21.

The Lakers are now 8-18 overall on the season.

 

 

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