Fruitport Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Fruitport, MI

  • Saturday Sep 27 | via 

    'Anyone can beat you': After NCAA loss, former Fruit...

    In the fall of 2013, Lauren Hazekamp experienced something she hoped she would never go through again - a stunning end in a postseason tournament. Hazekamp's Hope volleyball team was in position to win a Division III national title last November.


  • Friday Sep 26 | via Grand Haven Tribune 

    Muskegon Catholic continues to dominate foes

    The Muskegon Catholic Central football team had just demolished fellow conference frontrunners Spring Lake and Fruitport in consecutive weeks - and they don't really care. "Not particularly a goal of ours," said MCC coach Steve Czerwon when asked about dominating the Lakes Eight after Friday's 56-7 homecoming drubbing of the Trojans.


  • Tuesday Sep 23 | via Grand Haven Tribune 

    Spring Lake girls cross country wins home Lakes 8 ja...

    The Lakers came across the finish line one-by-one behind Ludington's Lauren Biggs on Tuesday: Erin O'Keefe, Carlyn Arteaga, Lacie Piekarski and Brooke Carrier. The Spring Lake girls cross country team captured spots 2-5, riding the wave to a home victory at the opening Lakes Eight jamboree of the season.


  • Saturday Sep 20 | via 

    Fruitport 28, Ludington 6: Nathan Kriger takes over ...

    Kriger rushed 22 times for 133 yards, including two touchdowns to lead Fruitport in its 28-6 road win over Ludington . After a Levi Six touchdown run gave Fruitport a 21-0 fourth-quarter lead, Kriger intercepted a Logan Sorensen pass and took it 20 yards for the final score.


  • Friday Sep 19 | via Grand Haven Tribune 

    Fruitport football wins at Ludington

    The Trojans started off slow against the Orioles, but managed to revive the theme after the break - scoring 21 points in the second half for a 28-6 win. "We said, 'Hey it's time to get going, metaphorically get off the bus and take care of business,'" said Fruitport coach Greg Vargas, recalling the Trojans' talk at halftime.


  • Wednesday Sep 17 | via Grand Haven Tribune 

    Fruitport volleyball sweeps Spring Lake

    With their backs against the wall in Tuesday's pivotal Lakes Eight Conference matchup with rival Spring Lake, the young Fruitport volleyball team didn't panic. The Lakers had just reeled off a 6-0 run to lead 22-20 in Game 2 of Tuesday's match.


  • Tuesday Sep 16 | via 

    Fruitport 3, Spring Lake 0: Five takeaways from Frui...

    The Trojans controlled the Lakes 8 Conference for a decade before slipping out of the top spot last year, but they are very much in control after beating their top rival, Spring Lake, in a 3-0 sweep Tuesday at Spring Lake. The Trojans put together some big runs behind good serving and controlling the net to win 25-15, 25-22, 25-18 to move to 3-0 in league play and drop the Lakers to 2-1.


  • Monday Sep 15 | via 

    Looking ahead: Rivalry matches on tap Tuesday in boy...

    Here's a look ahead at top Tuesday action involving rivals in both boys soccer and girls volleyball on Tuesday: Spring Lake at Fruitport, 6:30 p.m. The Trojans are the defending league champs, but the Lakers upended them in district action last year and are the ranked team this season. Mona Shores at Reeths-Puffer, 6:45 p.m. Throw out the records when these two teams play.


  • Monday Sep 15 | via Grand Haven Tribune 

    The Week in Sports - 5 Must-See Events

    That's no secret. But the hard feelings seem to run even deeper on the soccer pitch, where the two teams are once again the clear favorites in the Lakes Eight Conference.


  • Oct 4, 2013 | via 

    Fruitport plans celebration of 25 years of varsity s...

    Events planned as part of the celebration include alumni matches at 3:30 p.m. at the Fruitport soccer field behind the Middle School, an alumni family picnic at 4:45 p.m., the jayvee match against Reeths-Puffer at 5 pm. followed by the varsity match with Reeths-Puffer at 6:45 p.m., and an after-game celebration at Pope's Pub located at 6523 Airline Rd. beginning at approximately 7:30 p.m. The Trojans took the field as a varsity team for the first time in the fall of 1990 with current Fruitport athletic director Ken Erny as the coach, and the hope is several players from throughout the 25 years will be on hand for the celebration.


Fruitport High Schools

Fruitport Alternative High School (3255 East Pontaluna Road)
Fruitport High School (357 N 6th Street)