Big Rapids 7, Central Montcalm 3: The Green Hornets were beaten by the Cardinals in a CSAA game Tuesday night. Micah Parr went six innings and took the loss as he scattered eight hits, walked four and struck out five. Parr and Austin Edwards had two hits each in that game. The second game was called after three innings with the Cardinals leading 7-3. The game will have to be resumed at a later date. Records: 1-4 and 0-2. Next: at Hesperia Friday.
Tri County wins two: The Vikings knocked off Grant in a Lakes 8 doubleheader Tuesday, winning 11-6 and 7-3. Brandon Peterman was the winning pitcher in the front end of the twin bill, pitching in relief and allowing a hit and three walks against three strikeouts. Cody Mitz had two hits, including a home run in the sixth inning. Cody Dines won the second game, which was shortened to five innings because of darkness but counted. Dines allowed three hits, struck out four and walked three. Tri County had five hits as a team in the game. Records: 5-4 and 3-1. Next: at Lakeview Thursday.
Lakeview loses two: The Wildcats dropped a pair of CSAA games to White Cloud Tuesday by scores of 5-2 and 15-5. Damien Beckett took the loss in the opener, despite allowing only four hits. He walked five and struck out nine. Lakeview had five different hitters get one hit each. The second game lasted only five innings because of the mercy rule, helped along by the Wildcats committing six errors in the third inning that led to seven runs. Chad Kain took the loss, allowing three hits and six walks against three strikeouts. Kyler Ridgeway, Jordan Stephens and Beau Moore had two hits each in the game. Records: 2-2 and 1-2. Next: at home against Tri County Thursday.
Belding splits with Sparta: The Redskins lost the first game of an O-K Blue Conference doubleheader to the Spartans 7-2 Tuesday, but took the second game 4-3. Jordan Myers was hit with the loss in the first game despite not allowing an earned run. Tyler Daller had the only RBI for Belding in that game. The winning pitcher in the nightcap was Tyler Strevel, who pitched 6 2/3 innings and allowed three hits. Jacob Spencer got the save as he got the last out of the game. Cody Douglas was 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Belding. Records: 3-3 and 2-3. Next: at Morley Stanwood today.
Lakeview mercies Indians twice: The Wildcats had no problems with White Cloud Tuesday, winning 17-3 and 13-3. Sadie Massey won the first game, allowing three hits and five walks while striking out two. At the plate Massey was 4-for-5, outdone only by Andrea Henry, who was 5-for-5. Ashley Sorsen added two more hits and Maddie Shurlow homered. Erin Vanderzand was the winnng pitcher in the second game, as she scattered four hits, struck out two and walked two. Henry, Vanderzand and Estelle Molitor had three hits each and Massey, Sorsen and Shurlow added two each. Records: 6-2 and 3-1. Next: at home against Tri County Thursday.
Belding sweeps Sparta: The Redskins continued their pursuit of an O-K Blue title with two more conference wins on Tuesday. Belding won game one 8-2 and game two 8-3. Kyleigh Linebaugh earned the win in both games. Combined she went 14 innings, allowing nine hits, one walk and no earned runs with 13 strikeouts. In game one, Linebaugh, Makalya Boss, Morgan Hill, Caitlin Alkire, Kaitlyn Lieffers and Autumn Thome each had two hits. Lieffers had two RBIs. In game two, Kyleigh Linebaugh and Hannah Linebaugh each had three hits. Alkire, Thome and Boss each had two hits. Hannah Linebaugh and Mindy Reminga each had two RBIs. Record: 7-3 and 5-0. Next: today at Morley Stanwood for a doubleheader.
Greenville loses two: The Yellow Jackets were the latest victims of the Morley Stanwood Mohawks, ranked first in the state in Division 3 in the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association pre-season poll. The Mohawks won the first game 6-4, giving Lexii Canterbury a loss, allowing six hits and striking out three. Six different Jackets had a hit each. Morley Stanwood won the second game 9-3, handing Alyssa Canterbury the loss, giving up eight hits and a walk while striking out five. Lexii Canterbury and Nikota Howe had two hits each, with one of Howe’s hits a two-run homer. Record: 3-4. Next: at Tri County Friday.
Lakeview 6, Fremont Providence Christian 1: The Wildcats got nine saves from Danielle Grant in beating the private school Tuesday. Ally Reed had three goals, and Katie Johnson, Danelle Wood and Goldie Vickers also found the back of the net for Lakeview. Record: 3-2-1. Next: at Big Rapids today.
Greenville 6, Kenowa Hills 2: The Yellow Jackets swept all four doubles matches Tuesday in beating the Knights. Marina Rupp and Alex Wagner won their singles matches, while winning doubles matches were the teams of Rebecca Hamman and Grace Fowler, Lizzy Vanderlaan and Shalom Paulino, Julia Hansen and Courtney Pierson and Grace Beckman and Teresa Larez. Next: at Grand Rapids Creston today.
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