MUSKEGON — Brooklyn Watts scored two goals and assisted on three others on Tuesday and led Western Michigan Christian to a soccer victory over Muskegon Catholic.
Goalkeeper Elaina Clapp registered the shutout in net for WMC.
“We talked early this week about slow starts,” Warrior coach Jared McFarland said. “I thought we had a good first 10 minutes, scoring within three minutes.”
Alia Zuidema added a goal and an assist. Emily Matz and Kaiya Betten each scored one goal.
“I thought we played a good game overall,” McFarland said. “A couple things to clean up, but a solid performance overall.”
The midfield play of Bri Zuidema also was key to the Warriors’ victory.
“Bri Zuidema had an incredible game, she was all over the midfield for us tonight,” McFarland said. “Alia Zuidema and Brooklyn Watts were very good in the final third for us tonight.”