The Trojans topped Western Michigan Christian, 73-49.
Anspach racked up a career-high 32 points, including eight three pointers. He also added five rebounds and three steals. Andrew Spyke threw in 11 points and Paschal Jolman scored 10 points.
The Trojans led 27-19 at halftime put away the game in the third quarter with a 35-14 scoring advantage.
Fruitport (2-2) will be at home on Thursday against Fremont.