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CatchMark Scoreboard: Spring sports results in the West Michigan Conference (April 18)

Results from Friday and Saturday’s WMC competitions.

Monday through Friday, CatchMark SportsNet will post a scoreboard including scores from all spring sports in the West Michigan Conference.

All scores that were submitted to sports@catchmarkit.com will be included in the scoreboard.

Here are the scores from Friday and Saturday (April 15-16):

FRIDAY

Montague’s baseball team takes on West Ottawa in the Wildcats’ home opener Tuesday, March 29, 2022. West Ottawa defeated Montague, 2-0. (Scott DeCamp | CatchMark)

Baseball

Game 1: Forest Hills Eastern 8, Montague 0 | Game 2: Forest Hills Eastern 5, Montague 1

Game 1: North Muskegon 4, West Ottawa 0 | Game 2: North Muskegon 5, West Ottawa 5 (ended in tie due to darkness)

Montague hosts Whitehall in a West Michigan Conference girls soccer match on Tuesday, April 12, 2022. Whitehall defeated Montague, 4-0, in the CatchMark SportsNet Competition of the Week on four goals by Vikings senior Maggie Evans. (Scott DeCamp | CatchMark)

Girls Soccer

Ludington 2, Montague 1

Spring Lake 2, North Muskegon 0

Softball

Game 1: Forest Hills Eastern 12, Montague 2 | Game 2: Forest Hills Eastern 13, Montague 2

SATURDAY

Baseball

Game 1: Oakridge 8, Sault Ste. Marie 3 | Game 2: Sault Ste. Marie 3, Oakridge 2

Game 1: North Muskegon 8, Calvin Christian 2 | East Kentwood 7, North Muskegon 5

Girls Tennis

Forest Hills Eastern 7, Whitehall 0

Holland Christian 7, Whitehall 1

Girls Soccer

Game 1: Montague 3, Shelby 1 | Game 2: Montague 1, West Michigan Aviation Academy 0 | Game 3: Grand Rapids Union 1, Montague 0

Harbor Springs 2, North Muskegon 1

Media Specialist for CatchMark Technologies and CatchMark SportsNet.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Jody Boyd

    April 18, 2022 at 2:59 pm

    As the parent of one of the girls who plays #2 doubles for Whitehall, the score for Forest Hills Eastern was not 7-0, and is technically 6-0-1. The #2 doubles team of Chloe Christensen and Mylee Boyd had a very hard fought match and split sets, at which point they were basically playing in the dark and their match was called as a tie. It definitely wasn’t a loss.

    • Scott DeCamp

      April 18, 2022 at 6:14 pm

      Thanks for reading our scores list. Here is what was reported to CatchMark via email from the Whitehall tennis program:

      Forest Hills Eastern – 7, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – 0,

      Singles:
      No. 1 – Muskin Rekhani, Forest Hills Eastern def. Default Default, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 2-0 , 2-0 , -;
      No. 2 – Natalie Mouw, Forest Hills Eastern def. Lucy Zamojcin, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 6-1 , 6-1 , -;
      No. 3 – Elisabeth Heymoss, Forest Hills Eastern def. Mackenzie Hall, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 6-0 , 6-0 , -;
      No. 4 – Rishika Kokkula, Forest Hills Eastern def. Ellie Britton, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 6-1 , 6-1 , -;

      Doubles:
      No. 1 – Palak Rekhani, Forest Hills Eastern – Subu Gautam, Forest Hills Eastern def. Lacey Herbert, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – Autumn Ferris, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 6-1 , 6-2 , -;
      No. 2 – N/A – N/A def. Bella Chiodini, Forest Hills Eastern – Reese Bower, Forest Hills Eastern, 6-2 , 6-7 (6), -;
      No. 3 – Kate Worden, Forest Hills Eastern – Ella Molesta, Forest Hills Eastern def. Elizabeth Bentz, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – Grace McDowell, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 6-4 , 6-1 , -;
      No. 4 – Mira Doctor, Forest Hills Eastern – Aastha Patel, Forest Hills Eastern def. Addy Bernhardt, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – Brianna Bentz, WHITEHALL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 6-1 , 6-1 , -;

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