Finding success in their season’s home opener on Tuesday, the Fruitport boys basketball team pulled out a 53-42 win over Muskegon Catholic Central.

The Trojans used a 28-point third quarter to run away from MCC.

Fruitport held a five point, 18-13 lead, going into half-time and jumped ahead 46-24  after the third quarter. 

The Crusaders had several opportunities to move ahead but struggled to get shots to fall and to hold off the Trojans defense.

Bode Anspach used MCC turnovers to score most of his 16 points for Fruitport while getting 11 steals, four rebounds and three assists.

Paschal Jolman marked up the stat sheet for the Trojans with 12 points, seven rebounds, four steals and three assists while Andrew Spyke posted 10 points and grabbed six rebounds.

Fruitport’s Collin Jolman and Ryan Laus scored six points apiece in the win.

MCC was led by Tramel Caviness with 11 points and eight rebounds while Elliot Kalisz scored 10 points.