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CatchMark Scoreboard: Spring sports results in the West Michigan Conference (April 25)

Results from Friday’s 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 will be included in the scoreboard.

Here are the scores from Friday and Saturday (April 22-23):


Girls Tennis

Coastal Conference

North Muskegon 7, Fremont 1

In this file photo, Montague’s baseball team takes on West Ottawa in the Wildcats’ home opener Tuesday, March 29, 2022. (Scott DeCamp | CatchMark)



West Michigan Conference

Game 1: Montague 9, Ravenna 3 | Game 2: Montague 10, Ravenna 0

Forest Hills Eastern Invite

North Farmington 8, North Muskegon 4

North Muskegon 6, Holland Christian 3

East vs. West Showcase

Freeland 5, Whitehall 0

Bay City John Glenn 12, Whitehall 10

Boys Track and Field

Bob Misner Invitational at Grand Rapids West Catholic

Hart placed first among eight teams

Cougar Invitational at Grand Rapids Catholic Central

Mason County Central placed 11th among 18 teams with 22.75 points

Girls Tennis

Reeths-Puffer Rocket Invite Triple Duals

North Muskegon 6, Grand Rapids Northview 2

North Muskegon 7, Muskegon Catholic Central 1

North Muskegon 7, Reeths-Puffer 1

Fruitport Invite

Cadillac 14, Whitehall 13, Ludington 13, Fruitport 8

Girls Track and Field

Bob Misner Invitational at Grand Rapids West Catholic

Hart placed second among nine teams

Oakridge softball coach Joe Coletta has the Eagles off to a 7-0 start to the season. (Photo by Sherry Wahr)



Game 1: Oakridge 10, Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart 0 | Game 2: Oakridge 7, Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart 1

Ravenna Softball Invite

Ravenna 10, Pickford 1

Ravenna 10, Benzie Central 0

Ravenna 15, Shelby 0

Benzie Central 6, Shelby 5

Pickford 14, Shelby 4

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