FRUITPORT — Fruitport Calvary Christian’s boys basketball team made quick work of Wyoming West Michigan Lutheran in a makeup game Saturday, blowing them out, 78-14.

The Eagles flew out to a 46-7 lead by halftime, ending any expectations Wyoming might have had of making it a competitive contest.

“It was great to be able to play a game again after all the snow days,” said Calvary coach Brad Richards. “I’m very impressed with the much improved passing of our seniors, and it was great to see all three freshmen (Bradley Richards, Quinn Swanson and Zach McFarren) play well.

“Now, we start hitting the bigger schools, and the going gets very tough.”

Bradley Richards pumped in 26 points to lead the Eagles in scoring. Jacob May contributed 16 points and distributed seven assists, including an alley-oop pass off the backboard to Richards for a two-hand dunk.

Ethan Cammenga led the defensive charge for the Eagles with eight steals, and Nick Swanson dished out six assists.

The Mustangs (0-6) were led by Trenton Rembert with 13 points.

Calvary Christian improved its record to 6-1 on the season and will next play at Holton on Monday.