CHARLEVOIX — Three teams entered Tuesday tied for first place in the Lake Michigan Conference with just one loss, and two of them competed against each other. Boyne City came out victorious on the road over Charlevoix, 8-0, as the Ramblers are still tied in first place with Elk Rapids.
Boyne City had a balanced scoring attack, with seven players scoring.
“I mean they marked two of our top scorers, but it showed that the rest of our team is just as dangerous as our forwards,” Boyne City head coach Ed Fantozzi said.
Megan Harmeling led the way with two goals, including one off a penalty kick. Ally Herrick also had a big score that came from nearly midfield on a free kick.
“Every win is just more momentum. It helps us get in the right mindset and even though we won by a lot, we can still learn from everything we’re doing,” Harmeling said.
Charlevoix will play Cheboygan next on Friday, while Boyne City will host Traverse City St. Francis on Thursday.
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