Tri County 7, Newaygo 4: The Vikings took the first game of a Lakes 8 doubleheader over the Lions Tuesday. Cody Dines was the winning pitcher, allowing seven hits and two strikeouts with four walks in 6 1/3 innings. Brandon Peterman got the save with two-thirds of an inning of hitless ball. Martin Gould had three hits and Dustin Ruppert added two. The second game was suspended due to lightning with Tri County trailing 4-0 in the bottom of the fifth inning and batting with the bases loaded. The game will be resumed from that point May 25. Records: 13-13 and 7-4. Next: at Buckley Friday.
Greenville drops two: The Yellow Jackets opened a three-game series with Northview Tuesday and lost both games of a doubleheader by scores of 9-3 and 4-3. Travis Groom was the losing pitcher in the opener, allowing 10 hits while striking out five. Keaton Johnson had two hits in the game. The second game saw the Wildcats score twice in the bottom of the seventh inning for the win, making Parker Syrjala the losing pitcher. He struck out one batter in his one-third of an inning. Tyler Orr had three hits for Greenville. Records: 10-11 and 5-9. Next: at home Thursday against Northview.
Reed City 5, Lakeview 4: The Wildcats were beat by the Coyotes in a CSAA game Tuesday. Damien Beckett took the loss for Lakeview despite allowing just five hits and striking out 11. Kyler Ridgeway and Cory Hamlin were each 2-for-4 in the game. The second game was called due to lightning with Reed City up 9-6 in the bottom of the fourth inning. Lakeview coach Ryan Vellanti said the game may not be restarted since neither team is in a position to win the conference. Records: 6-15 and 3-11. Next: at home Monday against Belding.
Belding mercies Huskies twice: The Redskins had no problems with Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern Tuesday, winning a pair of 16-1 games, both in four innings. Kyleigh Linebaugh got the win in both games, allowing three total hits without a walk and striking out a total of 10 in the two games. Linebaugh was 2-for-3 in the first game and 3-for-3 with five RBIs in the second. Rachel Hunt was 2-for-3 in both games, Mindy Reminga was 3-for-3 in the opener and 2-for-2 in the nightcap, and Mariah Heintzelman, Morgan Hill and Caitlin Alkire had two hits each in the second game. Records: 19-10 and 13-4. Next: at Forest Hills Northern Thursday.
Greenville loses twice: The Yellow Jackets fell to Northview in two games played Tuesday, losing 11-1 in five innings and 5-3 in five innings. Nikota Howe took the loss for Greenville in the opener, allowing seven hits and four walks. Howe, Kae Page and Sarah Newhouse had hits for the Jackets. Newhouse took the loss in the second game, which was called after five innings due to lightning. Newhouse scattered eight hits and three walks, but had two of the four Greenville hits. Howe and Beth Gantz had the others. Records: 13-17 and 4-5. Next: at home against Grand Rapids Christian Thursday.
Central, Morley split: The Green Hornets took the first game of a CSAA doubleheader with the Morley Stanwood Mohawks Tuesday, losing the first game 7-3 but winning the second 9-4. In the first game, Scylar Blaisdell was the losing pitcher, as she allowed five hits, walked four and struck out seven. Blaisdell and Karli Clark had two hits each in the game. The winner of the second game was Sadie Rowlands, who went 5 1/3 innings and allowed four hits, striking out six and walking two. Central benefitted from 11 walks issued by Mohawk pitching and had three hits from Molly Buskirk, Michaela Crooks and Mikayla Studley. Records: 10-21 and 5-8. Next: at Hesperia for a makeup doubleheader Monday.
Lakeview 1, Fremont Providence Christian 1: The Wildcats scored in the 24th minute to take a lead, only to see Providence Christian score in the 64th minute to tie the game. Ally Reed got the goal for Lakeview. Danielle Grant made eight saves in goal for the Wildcats. Record: 7-5-3. Next: at Grant Friday.
CM second: The Hornets were second behind Big Rapids at a CSAA jamboree hosted by Lakeview on Tuesday. The Hornets shot 337. Big Rapids shot 316 while Chippewa Hills was third with 361. Jared Cilibraise led the Hornets with an 81. Ryan Michalek shot 83, Tyler Johnson 84, Tyler Sleet 89 and Ben Gladding 90. Quote: “We continue to show improvement. It was a team effort from top to bottom. We still need dot eliminate the bad holes to lower our team score.” — CM coach Gary Buchholz. Next: at home Monday against Montabella.
Lakeview shoots 401: The Wildcats placed fifth as host of a CSAA jamboree on Tuesday. Big Rapids won with 316 and the Wildcats shot 401. Brock Kanouse shot 91 to lead Lakeview. RK Boomer shot 100, Jake Inman 103 and Jordan Lake 107. Next: at the Big Rapids Invitational on Monday.
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