Lakeview splits at Tri County: The Wildcats won one game and lost one in the Tri County tournament Saturday. Lakeview lost the first game to Grandville Covenant Christian 10-0, getting only one hit from Calvin Englund. The losing pitcher was Joe Cole, who went only an inning and two thirds and allowed five walks and two hits without a strikeout. However the Wildcats were 6-3 winners over Wyoming Kelloggsville. Chad Kain got the win, allowing four hits and four walks without a strikeout. Damien Beckett notched the save, allowing two hits and a walk with one strikeout. Jared Taylor and Kyler Ridgeway had two hits each in the game. Records: 4-10. Next: at Morley Stanwood Tuesday.
Tri County splits: The Vikings also was a single winner at their invitational Saturday, mercying Wyoming Kelloggsville 13-3 in six innings and losing to Covenant Christian 8-4. In the opener 11 different Tri County players had one hit, led by winning pitcher Christian Johnson, Brandon Peterman and Cody Dines with two hits each. Johnson allowed eight hits while striking out two and walking one. In the nightcap Cody Groff took the loss, going 4 2-3 innings and gave up five hits and striking out two. Devin Thurston had two hits and three RBIs and Dustin Ruppert added two hits. Record: 10-10. Next: at Spring Lake Tuesday.
Montabella splits: The Mustangs did the same thing as the other two local teams, as they beat Grant 7-4 but was shut out by Sparta 6-0. The first game was won by Drew Nemeth, who went three innings and allowed three hits and four walks, striking out three. Chase Murray had three hits and three RBIs and Drew Burggren added two hits more. In the second game the Mustangs had only two hits, making a loser of Travis Dunn, who only went one-third of an inning and gave up two hits while walking three. Dunn and Travis Sabin had the hits for Montabella. Record: 7-10-2. Next: at Coleman Thursday.
Montabella 0-2 at Reed City: The Mustangs lost both of their games at the Reed City Invitational Saturday, losing to the host Coyotes 6-1 and Evart 13-7. Cheyann Frasle took the loss in the opener despite allowing just two hits and walking three with three strikeouts. She wasn’t helped on defense as Montabella made six errors. Mariah Davison, Taylor Hutson and Krista Daws had the only hits. Emily Lint was the losing pitcher in the second game and combined with Frasle’s work in relief the Mustangs scattered 12 hits and six walks. Hutson had two hits and Frasle and Davidson had one each. Record: 6-16. Next: at home against Coleman Thursday.
Lakeview 2-1 at Tri County: The Wildcats went to the Tri County Invitational Saturday and ended up with two wins in three games. Lakeview opened with a 13-3, five-inning win over Grant. Sadie Massey pitched a complete-game three-hitter, striking out two and walking four. Massey added two hits, as did Maddie Shurlow and Keelie Outman. One of Outman’s hits was an inside-the-park homer. In the second game the Wildcats lost to Beal City 6-1. Erin Vanderzand was the losing pitcher, allowing eight hits with four strikeouts and two walks. Andrea Henry had two of the three hits, while Chelsea Lint had the other. Vanderzand pitched the win in the third game, which was a 7-5 win over Kalkaska. Vanderzand gave up 10 hits and struck out three without a walk, then was 3-for-4 with three RBIs at the plate. Henry added two more hits. Record: 12-7. Next: at Morley Stanwood Tuesday.
Greenville seventh at Cedar Springs: The Yellow Jackets scored 462 points at the Cedar Springs Invitational Saturday. Luke Wilson and Carter Stephens were the top runners for Greenville, as they had two top-five places each, including teaming on the fifth-place 800-meter relay team (1:35.98). Wilson was fifth in the long jump (19-3) and Stephens was fifth in the 200 (24.11). Jesse Munoz was the highest placer for the Jackets, taking second in the 110-meter hurdles (16.59). Next: at the Lakeview JV Invitational today.
Greenville third at Cedar Springs: The Yellow Jackets finished third at the Cedar Springs Invitational Saturday with 723 points, trailing only Rockford’s 778 and Jenison’s 723. Getting four places for Greenville was Bailey Parmelee and three top-five places each were Taylor Baker and Audrey Wyse. Parmelee was fourth in the 1,600 (5:08.12), second in the 3,200 (11:18.70) and second in the 800 (2:23.72) and was a member of the second-place 1,600-meter relay (4:15.99) with Baker and Wyse. Baker also was second in the 400 (1:01.02) and fourth in the 200 (26.75). Wyse was fifth in the pole vault (9-0) and second behind Rosalyn Wyse (47.67) in the 300-meter hurdles (48.81). Next: at the Lakeview JV Invitational today.
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