By Jason Wesseldyk
Fennville 2 Hastings 4
A big game from Malia Marquez wasn’t enough to prevent Fennville from dropping its non-league game to Hastings on Monday, May 7.
Marquez scored a pair of goals, but that’s all the Blackhawks would get offensively in suffering the 4-2 defeat.
Julia Mendoza was credited with both assists for Fennville, while Tabitha Martinez made five saves in the losing cause.
Saugatuck 2 Com. Park 0
Lexie Resseguie and Zoe Myers proved to be quite the combination in net for Saugatuck during its non-conference match with Comstock Park on Friday, May 5.
Resseguie and Myers combined to stop all five shots they faced as they secured the shared shutout over the Panthers by a 2-0 score.
The victory upped Saugatuck’s record to 5-6-1.
While Resseguie and Myers were handling business on the defensive end of the field, Casey Alexander and Erin Stannis were doing the same on the offensive end.
Alexander and Stannis each scored once.
Fennville 2 Hartford 0
Kamryn VanDyke stole the spotlight during Fennville’s SAC showdown against Hartford on Thursday, May 3.
VanDyke scored both of the Blackhawks’ goals as part of a 2-0 win over the Indians.
Tabitha Martinez earned the shutout in goal by stopping both of the shots she faced.
Malia Marquez and Maya Ortiz each picked up an assist.
Saugatuck 0 K-zoo Hackett 3
Lexie Resseguie had a busy evening in goal for Saugatuck during the Indians’ SAC game with Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic on Wednesday, May 2.
Resseguie finished with 13 saves.
But that effort wasn’t enough to prevent a Saugatuck loss as the Indians couldn’t get anything going offensively and suffered the 4-0 loss to the state-ranked Irish.
Fennville 0 K-zoo Christian 3
The Kalamazoo Christian defense proved too much for the Fennville offense in this battle of SAC rivals on Wednesday, May 2.
The Blackhawks were unable to score in suffering the shutout loss.
Tabitha Martinez and Ahnyjea Everette combined for seven saves in goal for Fennville.
Saugatuck 1 Bangor 2
A goal by Casey Alexander off an assist from Karrisa Moerler allowed Saugatuck to cut its 2-0 deficit in half against Bangor on Tuesday, May 1.
But that’s as close as the Indians would get as they were tagged with the loss by that same score.
“We put constant pressure on the Bangor defensive line in the second half,” Saugatuck coach Jordan Campbell said. “We just weren’t able to come back from that 2-0 deficit.”
Lexie Resseguie made two saves in goal.