Western Michigan Christian vs. Muskegon Catholic Central Girls Soccer

NORTON SHORES –The Western Michigan Christian and Muskegon Catholic Central girls soccer teams went scoreless on Monday evening with a 0-0 draw at WMC in a Lakes 8 Conference match-up.

The Warriors edged out their cross-town rival in shots on goal and time of possession but failed to connect on some scoring opportunities.

Brianna Zuidema, Sydney Betten, and Grace Sytsema did a solid job winning the mid-field defensive battles to stump the Crusader’s attack.

WMC head coach, Debbie Pekel, saw this game as an eye-opener and hopes to move forward, and grow from the outcome.

This was a humbling experience for this group,” said Pekel. “We’ve had some good showings early this season and I think our girls began to lose sight of what made us successful. We have to be better.”

WMC (3-4-2, 2-0-1) will continue conference play on Wednesday when they take a short trip to Orchard View.

MCC (2-2-2, 0-1-1) is set to travel to Manistee on Wednesday.

Fruitport Girls Soccer

FRUITPORT– The Fruitport girls soccer team posted their second OK Conference Blue tie of the season with a 0-0 stalemate against Hamilton on Monday evening.

The Trojans found limited opportunities, but managed to get off six shots.

Trojan’s goalkeeper, Riley Ketel, made seven saves in the net.

Fruitport (4-2-3, 1-1-2) will travel to Holland Christian on Wednesday.

Fremont vs. Kent City Girls Soccer

FREMONT –The Fremont girls soccer team continued to climb in the CSAA Conference with a 7-1 win against Kent City on Monday night.

The Packers peppered the net and outshot the Eagles 18-3.

Leading the scoring efforts for Fremont was Mia Clemence who earned a hat trick on the night. Riley Chase followed with a pair of goals, while Lili Isak and Mia Witte each netted a single goal.

Lila Vokers snagged the lone goal for Kent City.

The Eagle’s Claire Snyder was busy in the net and closed out the night with 11 saves.

Fremont (5-3, 3-1) will visit Howard City Tri County on Wednesday.

Kent City (1-3, 0-3) is set to play host to Big Rapids on Wednesday.

Ludington vs. Orchard View Girls Soccer

MUSKEGON –The Ludington girls soccer team took down Lakes 8 Conference foe Orchard View by a score of 2-1 on Monday evening.

Evelyn Pearson and Abi Bandstra each found the net to put the Orioles on the board, while Elianna Jeruzal added an assist.

In the net for Ludington, Anyssa Castaneda made three saves.

Ludington (5-3, 2-1) will be at home against Fremont on Friday.

Orchard View (4-2, 1-1) will host Western Michigan Christian on Wednesday.