Mona Shores vs Grand Haven
Grand Haven –The Mona Shores girls’ soccer team sealed their three-game losing streak with a victory over Grand Haven on Friday night.
Sailors got by Bock by 4-1.
The way for sailors was led by Shay Norden, who was awarded a triple that night. Lilly Holly also scored a goal.
Assists came from Mia Brown and Addison Fisher, who made two goals each.
Maya Cooper, Molly Wolff, Lydia Souls and Ali Trautner helped keep up with their strong midfield play.
Mona Shores (10-4-2, 6-0-1) will open the OK Conference-Green Tournament on Tuesday at home against Wyoming.
Grand Haven (2-12-1, 2-8-1) will travel to face the Montague Wildcats on Monday.
Mason Central, across from Manistee
scottville –Mason Central’s girls’ soccer team drew a blank space Friday night against Manesty in a non-team play.
The Spartans were eliminated 3-0.
Adria Quigley, Bronwyn Stevens and Mya Sterley all put shots at the net but couldn’t slip through with one.
Goalkeeper Gabi Jensen was busy scoring 14 balls in the night.
Mason Central County (0-12, 0-7) will be flying to Kingsley on Monday.
Fremont vs Ravenna
front –The Fremont girls’ soccer team defeated the Ravenna Bulldogs on Friday night, 6-0.
The Packers took the lead early on and took control of the game from there.
Riley Chase led the scoring effort with four goals. Also, Mia Clemens and Mia Waite also added a goal.
Lily Isaacs contributed two assists while Jesse Petrie and Clemence Wyatt each got one assist.
The Hazmons defeated the Bulldogs 17-5.
Fremont Massey Powers scored the closing with five saves in the net.
Goalkeeper Sidney Marsman saved 11 Bulldogs balls.
Fremont (9-6, 5-3) will host Red City on Monday in the first round of the CSAA Conference Tournament.
Ravenna (7-5-1, 3-4) is scheduled to host Continental Christian on Tuesday.
Western Michigan Christian vs. Christian Era
grand cliffs –The western Michigan Christian girls’ soccer team failed to advance to Grand Rapids Continental Christian 2-1 on Friday night.
It was tied 1-1 30 minutes before the end of the match. Unfortunately, any mistake in the Warriors’ defense would allow the Chargers to score the green goal.
Ally Oppenhuizen scored her sixth goal of the season with a single goal from the Warriors.
Goalkeeper Libby Mast stopped 11 shots in the night.
WMC (6-6-4, 5-0-2) will be at home Monday for the Lakes 8 Activities Conference against Orchard View.