Local roundup: Laker girls earn road win; WMC boys top Whitehall

Grand Haven Tribune, Mich.
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Mar. 6—Results from Friday night's local prep action:

Spring Lake

Girls basketball: The Lakers played another strong defensive game in a 49-17 win at Coopersville. 20 points and 10 rebounds from Jennifer Judge led the Lakers, while Meah Bajt added 11 points and seven boards.

Spring Lake led 32-8 at halftime before a 14-1 third quarter turned the game into a rout. The Lakers will head to Holland Christian on Saturday night.


Boys basketball: The Trojans hosted Holland Christian on Friday, dropping a 60-34 contest. They'll host Fruitport Calvary Christian on Saturday at 5:30 p.m.

Girls basketball: Away to the Maroons, Fruitport was on the wrong end of a 56-20 game to Holland Christian.

After an overtime win at Coopersville on Tuesday, the Trojans will look for a third win on Saturday when they host Fruitport Calvary Christian.

Western Michigan Christian

The Warriors kept a double-digit lead after halftime on their way to a 58-46 win against Whitehall. Owen Varnado had 14 points for WMC, with Micah Terhaar adding 13 points and Isaac Parker scoring 12.

"That's a tough and physical Whitehall team. Isaac Parker and Owen Varnado did a nice job controlling the tempo," coach Kurt Gruppen said. "Micah Terhaar hit some big 3-point shots to give us some separation. Overall, this is one of the better games we have played this year. I am proud to be able to coach such a great group of kids."

WMC will travel to Muskegon Catholic Central on Tuesday night.