Lakeview defeated city-rival Harper Creek 3-0 at home in boys’ prep soccer action in Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference East Division play on Tuesday night.
Jaden Sebring scored two goals to lead the Spartans’ scoring attack.
Fernando Hurtado also scored and had an assist for Lakeview (5-1, 1-1 SMAC East) as Austin Anderson and Cole Dopp had assists in the win.
Jake Herbers anchored the Spartan defense’s shutout effort by getting six saves in goal.
“Generally, this rivalry game sees the best of both teams, but the pace was slow today” said Lakeview coach Ciaran Byrne. “Maybe it was due to the first day of school, but I would have liked to see more speed to the play.”
Jack Bohannon had 19 saves in goal in the Beavers’ loss.
Harper Creek lost its home opener 2-0 to Loy Norrix and also lost to Hastings 7-3 earlier in the season. Noah Eckert, Cole Schneider and Travis Garlock scored in the Beavers’ lost to Hastings.
MORE BOYS’ SOCCER
Battle Creek Central 5, (at) Marshall 0: BCC stayed undefeated on the season as Ismael Bautista-Trejo led the Bearcats’ offensive attack with two goals and an assist. BCC goalie Carmelo Hernandez earned his first shutout of the season, making 12 saves.
The Bearcats (3-0, 2-0 SMAC East) led 3-0 at half and made a point out of possessing the ball late in the game, holding Marshall to just three second half shots. BCC’s Nick Insley, Eden Mawitea and Bawi Lian Sang scored a goal apiece while Josh Wright, Bruno Sawm, and Francisco Carrillo each had an assist. Marshall drops to 4-1-1 with the loss.
(At) Coldwater 3, Gull Lake 1: Coldwater’s Mohamed Aljabaly scored the game’s first goal on an assist from his brother, Nooah Aljabaly. Nooah scored the game’s second goal on an assist from Mohamed, as Coldwater jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead.
Mohamed scored another goal in the second half on an assist by Faleh Mousa. Ian Wright had 14 saves in goal in the win for Coldwater (2-0, 2-0 SMAC East). Gull Lake’s goal was scored by Kyle Tobias and assisted by Luke Veenkant.
(At) Quincy 4, Jackson Christian 1: Nick Haberl scored with 1:35 to go in the first half on an assist from Tanner Parshall as Quincy took a 1-0 lead to the intermission.
Jackson Christian tied the score in the second half, but the Orioles answered three minutes later when Haberl scored again, this time on a penalty kick. Jake Rider added a goal and an assist for Quincy (2-1, 1-1 ISL) and Evan Albright also scored and Daniel Ojeda had an assist.
Bronson 25, (at) Colon 30: Bronson’s top 5: 1- Matt Crosby 18:19; 3- Wes Disbro 19:01; 5-Jordan Alger 19:49; 7- Laine Houtz: 22:01; 9- Isaac Robertson 23:17. Colon’s top 5: 2– Daniel Alva 18:22; 4- Kyle Poortenga 19:17; 6- Larry Peppers 20:40; 8- Ben Weaver 22:25; 10- Andy Lash 23:37.
Bronson 25, (at) Colon 38: Colon’s runners: 1- Skyler Harvey 21:35; 2- Anessa Broker 22:44; 10-Hunter Stroh 29:31. Bronson’s top 5: 3- Carrisa Ross 23:57; 4- Mary Albarran 24:21; 5- Tana Shimp 24:38; 6- Kelsy Robinson 25:34; 7- Arianna Clemens 26:50
Harper Creek 8, Pennfield 0:
SINGLES: No. 1: Dan Moyer (HC) d. Evan Thomas 6-0, 6-0; No. 2: Teddy Oosterban (HC) d. Dryden Lachance, 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Henry Hedeman (HC) d. Logan Mirmozaffam 6-0, 6-1; No. 4: Kevin Able (HC) d. Spencer Hurt 6-2, 6-2. DOUBLES: No. 1: Andrew Beck/Noah Kait (HC) d. Sam Stover/Calder Lachance 6-0, 6-2; No. 2: Tommy Claire/ Brian Archengeli (HC) d. Ben Stephens/Alex Lachance 6-2, 6-1; Will Edgeton/Andrew Marshall d. Tim Clevenger/Lars Bennett 6-0, 6-0; No. 4: void.
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