GRAYLING — TC Liberty outscored Grayling 3-1 in a shootout Monday to net a 1-0 Lake Michigan Conference soccer win.
Suzanne Britten, Rachel Burns and Sophie Spencer tallied in the shootout for the Liberty (1-3). Logen Poniatoski had eight saves in goal.
Rachel Money netted the Grayling goal in the shootout.
TC hosts Harbor Springs on Thursday. Laura Simpson was in net for Grayling and recorded 16 saves. The Vikings (1-3) are at Roscommon on Wednesday.
Elk Rapids 1
Mylia LaPointe scored the decisive goal in a shootout as Elk Rapids remained unbeaten with a 1-0 Lake Michigan Conference win over Charlevoix.
Carley Patterson and Mikaela Rogers also tallied in the shootout for the Elks. Paige Granger had two key saves in the shootout.
Charlevoix outshot the Elks (3-0-1, 3-0) 15-10.
Gloria Greene made nine saves in goal for the Rayders, who play host to East Jordan in a league match on Thursday.
Elk Rapids hosts Boyne City on Wednesday.
Glen Lake 1
Ty Fessell scored just before half off an assist from Clare Slack as Glen Lake tied Kingsley 1-1.
Kingsley’s Becky Lint had opened the scoring off an assist from Ally Kintner.
Kingsley’s Kasey Hayes and Glen Lake’s Arden Braun were in goal.
Fessell scored the game-winner last Friday’s in Glen Lake’s 1-0 win over Leland.
Harbor Springs 8
Harbor Springs defeated Kalkaska 8-0 in girls soccer on Monday. The Rams enacted the mercy rule with a goal in the final minute of action.
East Jordan 2
Boyne City 0
Janaye Baier and Lisa Spitaleri netted goals as East Jordan topped Boyne City 2-0 in Lake Michigan Conference play.
Paige Poindexter earned the shutout in goal for East Jordan (1-2), which hosts Kalkaska today. Ashley Mumich had a stellar game on defense.
Suttons Bay 2
Leland jumped out to a 2-0 first-half lead on the way to a 5-2 girls soccer win over host Suttons Bay.