The Fruitport boys basketball team topped neighbor Fruitport Calvary Christian, 67-52 on Friday.

The Trojans jumped out to an early 18-11 lead at the end of the first quarter and held on to a 49-34 lead after three quarters.

Calvary Christian tried everything to slow down the Trojans and came to within seven points.

But Fruitport’s Andrew Spyke helped shut down the Eagles with eight fourth quarter points.

It was a balanced scoring effort from the Trojans with multiple guys scoring in the double digits. Bode Anspach scored 16 points, Spyke scored 14 points, Paschal Jolman had 12 points and Ryan Mitchell added 10 points.

Calvary Christian’s Bradley Richards led all scorers with 24 points and 20 rebounds.

Also contributing for the Eagles was Jacob May with 13 points and seven assists while Ethan Cammenga made 10 rebounds.

Fruitport moves to 1-1 on the season and is set to host Muskegon Catholic Central on Tuesday.

Calvary Christian drops to 2-1 and takes the court again on Monday when they travel to take on West Michigan Academy of Environmental Science.