The Orioles scored five goals in the first 10 minutes, and the game was stopped after the first 40 minutes because of the eight-goal lead mercy rule.
“It’s been a tough season for Muskegon, but we did what we needed to do and came away with the victory,” Ludington coach Kris Anderson said. “We were doing things well. We were moving the ball around and finding the open person, just capitalized on chances that we had.”
Maddy Billings accounted for four of Ludington’s goals and also contributed an assist.
After that, Kylee Johnson, Karli Mesyar, Mya Martin and Elianna Jeruzal each scored one goal one goal.
Martin, Emma McKinley, Mesyar and Saviera Moser each contributed an assist.
Cambria Britton and Grace Ashley combined for the shutout in goal.
The Orioles (8-11-2) will play Muskegon Reeths-Puffer in the district semifinals on Tuesday at Fruitport.