Thursday soccer roundup: Mona Shores, R-P, Grand Haven, Montague, Ludington pick up wins

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The Mona Shores girls soccer team picked up its ninth win of the season with a dominant 6-0 win over Grand Rapids Union Thursday night.

Lydia Sowles and Mia Brown led the offense with two goals each. Riley Rosenthal scored once and had two assists.

Bri Wade had a goal and an assist, while Lauren Davis, Ali Trautner and Annie Anderson each had an assist.

The Sailor backline of Jami Mikesell, Kennedy McCombs, Lauren Hylland and Molly Wolf played well, not allowing a single shot on net by Union. Ella Buikema was in the net for the shutout.

Mona Shores is now 9-2 on the season, including 6-0 in O-K Green conference play. 

O-K GREEN

REETHS-PUFFER 4, WYOMING 0 — The Rockets defeated Wyoming in O-K Green action on Thursday night.

Kylie Kinnucan, Sophia Hekkema, McKenna Monette, and Billie Tryska each scored a single goal to give Reeths-Puffer the win.

Taeah Rensberger and Emma Dykema assisted goals for the Rockets. Ava Klopp and Tessa Lamphere split time in the net during the shutout. 

O-K RED

GRAND HAVEN 1, GRANDVILLE 0 — A first half goal from Carley Wagasky held up in a conference win for the Buccaneers Thursday night. Both teams had multiple shots on goal throughout the remainder of the game, but none found the back of the net. 

Grand Haven is now 5-2-2 on the season, including 5-1-1 in the O-K Red.

WEST MICHIGAN CONFERENCE

MONTAGUE 2, OAKRIDGE 1 — The Wildcats came out victorious against West Michigan Conference rival Oakridge on Thursday night.

Beckah Silvers brought in one of Montague’s goals off a penalty kick. Katie Weesies scored the other goal for the Wildcats, with an assist from Peyton Johnson.

Montague moves to 5-4 overall for the season, with a 3-2 record in conference play.

NON CONFERENCE

LUDINGTON 2, WHITEHALL 0 — The Orioles scored a pair of goals in the first half to pick up a non-conference win over the Vikings Thursday.

Molly Shay and Hailey Stowe both scored for Ludington, while Keelyn Laird stopped six shots to earn the shutout.

Shelbie Noel was in the net for Whitehall and made 12 saves.

Ludington is now 6-3 on the season, while Whitehall is 4-4, including 3-3 in conference play.

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