Lakeview takes two from Mohawks: The Wildcats got back on the winning track by taking two CSAA games from Morley Stanwood 3-2 and 8-6 Tuesday. Jordan Stephens knocked in Garrett Cavendish with the game-winning hit in the first game, making Damien Beckett a winner. He pitched a complete-game four-hitter, striking out nine. Stephens’ game-winner was one of three hits he had in the game. Lakeview got a win from relief pitcher Chad Kain in the nightcap, as he gave up three hits and a walk, striking out two in 2 2/3 innings. Kyler Ridgeway was the leading hitter, going 4-for-5 with three runs scored. Records: 6-10 and 3-8. Next: at home against Big Rapids Friday.
Greenville, Lowell split: The Yellow Jackets lost the first game of two to the Red Arrows 10-3 but came back in the second game to win 7-5 Tuesday. In the opener Tyler Groom was the losing pitcher, as he allowed eight of the 10 runs in four innings. Parker Syrjala, Jacob Crittenden and Keaton Johnson had the only Greenville hits. Tyler Orr got the win in the second game, allowing eight hits and two walks with two strikeouts. He also was the only player with two hits. Records: 8-8 and 5-6. Next: at Lowell Thursday.
Tri County 1-1 vs. Lakers: The Vikings split a Lakes 8 Conference doubleheader with Spring Lake Tuesday. Tri County won the first game 5-3, but lost the second game 8-0. Brandon Peterman went all seven innings in the opener, allowing eight hits and three walks while striking out 12. Peterman helped his own cause with three hits, as did Devin Thurston. Martin Gould also added two hits to the attack. Christian Johnson was the losing pitcher in the nightcap, allowing six hits and two walks. Tri County had only three hits from Cody Mitz, Cody Gross and Dustin Ruppert. Records: 11-11 and 6-4. Next: at home against Traverse City West Friday.
CC-Crystal, Fulton split: The Eagles finished a suspended game with the Pirates Tuesday and lost it 5-2, then played the second game of a doubleheader and won it 6-4. Nate LaVictor pitched the first four innings and took the loss for CC-Crystal, allowing five hits and three walks while striking out four. The only Eagle hits were from LaVictor, Mitch Wesley and Hunter Clark. The second game was won by Garner Cusack, who gave up six hits and five walks while striking out 10. CC-Crystal had 15 hits in the game, led by Wesley, Cusack, Spencer Harwood and Arron Haines with three each. Records: 8-12 and 4-11. Next: at Dansville Thursday.
Central drops doubleheader: The Green Hornets lost two CSAA games to Holton 1-0 and 4-3 Tuesday in Holton. Micah Parr not only had the only hit Central had in the first game but was also the losing pitcher, allowing four hits and a walk with four strikeouts. Austin Edwards took the loss in the nightcap, allowing five hits and five walks with two strikeouts. Seven different Hornets had a single hit in the game. Records: 4-10 and 2-6. Next: at Chippewa Hills Friday.
CC-Crystal loses make-up games: The Eagles made up a doubleheader with Fulton Tuesday and lost both games 11-9 and 9-8. Katie Wilcox pitched both games and took the losses, allowing nine hits and four walks in the opener and six hits and four walks with three strikeouts in the nightcap. Wilcox, Tomberlee Smith and Hailey Shinabarger had two hits each in the opener, while Kali Donahue had three hits and Smith added two more in the second game, which saw the Eagles commit seven errors. Records: 8-14 and 4-11. Next: at Dansville Thursday.
Lakeview loses two: The Wildcats were the latest victims of the Morley Stanwood Mohawks Tuesday, losing 12-3 and 6-5 in a CSAA matchup. Erin Vanderzand was the unlucky loser in the first game, being victimized by a two-out error that led to nine runs in one inning. She scattered 11 hits and five walks around seven strikeouts. Vanderzand had two hits and Andrea Henry, Estelle Molitor and Sadie Massey had the other hits. Massey was tagged with the loss in the second game, allowing nine hits and striking out six. Vanderzand added two more hits in that game. Records: 12-9 and 6-6. Next: at home against Big Rapids Friday.
Lowell tops Greenville twice: The Yellow Jackets were victimized by the Red Arrows in Lowell in an O-K White Conference twinbill Tuesday. Lowell won the first game 8-0, with Beth Gantz breaking up a no-hit bid. Lexii Canterbury was tagged with the loss, as she allowed five hits and two walks while striking out a batter in 2 2/3 innings. Canterbury also took the loss in the second game, as she scattered 13 hits, walking two and striking out two. Kae Page had two hits as did Liz Niemiec and Nikota Howe added three RBIs in the game. Records: 9-10 and 3-3. Next: at East Grand Rapids Thursday.
Central second, Lakeview fifth: The Green Hornets finished behind Big Rapids in Tuesday’s CSAA jamboree at Hesperia, shooting a team score of 336 to the Cardinals’ 311. The Wildcats were fifth with 374, Just ahead of the host Panthers. For Central, their scorers were Ryan Michalek with an 81, Tyler Johnson with an 82, Tyler Sleet with an 84 and Jared Cilibraise with an 89. Lakeview got an 89 from Jared Wandel, a 90 from Brock Kanouse, a 94 from R.K. Boomer and a 101 from John King. Next: Lakeview goes to the Ithaca Invitational Friday while Central Montcalm goes to the Big Rapids Invitational Monday.
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