Shelby Girls Soccer
SHELBY –The Shelby girls soccer team played to a 2-2 draw against Reed City on Monday evening.
The Tigers held a 2-1 lead through the second half before Reed City bagged the tying goal with 14 minutes left to play.
Aubrey Klotz opened the scoring for the Tigers with a goal off of an assist from Kendall Zaverl. Shortly after her assist, Zaverl knocked in a goal of her own with three minutes left in the first half.
Despite not coming away with the win, Coach Peter Peterson was satisfied with the good things he saw on the field.
“Defensively we did a nice job of filling the lanes against a good passing team and limiting their looks at the goal,” said Peterson. “Offensively we slowed the game down and tried to take advantage of their outside left and center of the defense.”
“We only took five shots on goal but were able to make five quality shot attempts at their keeper.”
Ludington Girls Soccer
LUDINGTON– The Ludington girls soccer team won a Lakes 8 Activities Conference matchup with a 4-1 victory over Manistee on Monday.
Madeline Billings and Evelyn Pearson led the attack with two goals apiece.
Anyssa Castaneda made three saves in the net for the Orioles.
Ludington (7-4, 3-1) is set to host Muskegon Catholic Central on Wednesday.
Orchard View vs. Muskegon Catholic Central Girls Soccer
MUSKEGON –The Orchard View girls soccer team got by Muskegon Catholic Central by a score of 3-2 on Monday evening in a Lakes 8 Activities Conference matchup.
The game was tied 2-2 before Kyah McGruther knocked in the tiebreaker for the Cardinals with 1:20 left to play.
Kylee Carmean netted two goals in the opening half to put the Cardinals ahead at the halftime break.
The Crusaders flipped the script in the second half. MCC’s McKenna Gentry managed to find the net twice to tie up the game and push the score to 2-2, but it was the Cardinals who got the last word.
Orchard View (6-3, 2-2) will take on Muskegon on Wednesday.
Newaygo vs. Fremont Girls Soccer
FREMONT –The Newaygo girls soccer team pushed their CSAA Conference record to a perfect 5-0 after a 1-0 win against Fremont on Monday evening.
Scoring opportunities were scarce but the Lions managed to find the net on one of their four shots.
Connelly Hefferan Nordlund netted the only goal on the day for the Lions.
Goalkeeper Barb Toth made three saves for the Lions, while Macey Powers had three saves for the Packers.
Newaygo (8-1) will be at home on Wednesday against Big Rapids.
Fremont (5-6, 3-3) will travel to Lakeview on Wednesday.