Western Michigan Christian played its last game on the field at its former campus in east Muskegon on Thursday.

The Warriors shutout Manistee 7-0 and earned an important Lakes 8 win.

For the second game in a row, the Warriors netted a goal within the first 90 seconds.

WMC scored all seven of its goals in the first half as Tkealegn Vlasma led the game with two goals and an assist.

Joey Eastway gave WMC a 1-0 lead off a Vlasma assist. Vlasma controlled the ball with his back to the goal and slotted the pass to Eastway.

Following his assist, Vlasma put away two goals himself to put the Warriors up 3-0 in the first five minutes.

Cole DeJonge put one on the board in the 18th minute with Ashton Leffring being credited for the assist.

Charlie Buursma found the net off a rebound, following up with yet another WMC goal and moving the lead to 6-0.

Capping off scoring for the night was Leffring who blasted in a shot from outside the 18 (yard line), scoring the Warriors seventh goal before the first half was over.

“I think the guys were really fired up to go out and put an exclamation point on our time out here at the old field,” said Coach Ben Buursma about the field where WMC played seven different state championship seasons (88, 95, 03, 04, 07, 10, 19). “We’re continuing to work on speed of play and seeing some really good results the past few games.”

The Warriors outshot Manistee 18-3 as goalkeeper Jared Olsen earned his fifth shutout of the season.

West Michigan Christian hosts Grand Rapids Covenant Christian on Saturday when the Warriors will be celebrating the grand opening of their new athletic facilities.