The game was played at Hope College in Holland.
Excitement began early for the Trojans as they jumped out to an 8-0 score after one quarter with a 70-yard punt return by senior Cody Nash.
The fireworks did not stop there as senior running back Paschal Jolman burst through a hole for a 62-yard touchdown.
On the ensuing kickoff, Allendale ran the kick back 85 yards for a touchdown.
Senior quarterback Collin Jolman had his second rushing touchdown, this time from 43 yards out. Fruitport led 22-7 at halftime.
At the halfway point of the third quarter, Collin Jolman punched in his first rushing score from 1 yard out to put the Trojans up 28-7.
On the ensuing possession, Allendale marched down the field to punch one in from 2 yards out, cutting the lead to 28-14.
With 29 seconds remaining in the third quarter, Collin Jolman found the endzone once again from the 1. That gave Fruitport a sizeable 36-14 lead going into the fourth quarter.
Only 13 seconds into the fourth quarter, the Falcons connected on an 89 -touchdown pass play.
After blowing a 27 point lead last week to Grand Rapids Christian, the Trojans added scores with a 4-yard touchdown run by Collin Jolman, followed by a 79-yard sprint by Paschal Jolman. That gave the Trojans a 50-21 lead.
Allendale scored twice late in the game.
Fruitport finished the game with 346 rushing yards.
Paschal Jolman was the leading rusher with 245 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries.
Collin Jolman rushed for 11 yards on 11 attempts with three touchdowns and threw for 95 yards with four completions on 13 attempts.
Nash rushed for 53 yards on seven carries and was the leading receiver for the Trojans with three receptions for 64 yards.
The Trojan defense was stout until late in the fourth quarter. Senior linebacker Andrew J. Fielstra was the leading defender with nine tackles and a sack. Fellow senior linebacker Brock Dornbos tallied five tackles.
Seniors Andrew B. Fielstra and Payton Flores also recorded a sack. Nash came away with the games only turnover with an interception.
Fruitport (2-1) will travel to the defending OK-Blue champion and state runner-up, Hudsonville Unity Christian next Friday.