Prep results for Tuesday, May 29


Baseball

Breckenridge 18, Montabella 3: The Mustangs were ousted from the Division 3 baseball district at Vestaburg by the Huskies Tuesday. Nate Bandfield took the loss on the mound for Montabella, but delivered all three runs with a three-run homer. Jeremee Gilman and Nate Jankowsky had the other hits for the Mustangs. Next: Montabella’s season is over.

Newaygo 4, Tri County 2: The resumption of a suspended game from May 15 gave the Lions a share of the Lakes 8 Conference title with a win over the Vikings Tuesday. Brandon Peterman pitched all seven innings over the two days and allowed nine hits, striking out eight and walking four. Peterman and Martin Gould had two hits each for the Vikings. Records: 17-17 and 8-6. Next: at Big Rapids for Division 2 districts against the host Cardinals Saturday.

Softball

CC-Crystal 15, Ithaca 7: The Eagles advanced in the Division 3 district at St. Charles with a win over the Yelowjackets Tuesday. Katie Wilcox threw a complete-game six-hitter, allowing eight walks and striking out four. Raelynne Ferguson was 3-for-4 with four RBIs, Taylee Smith added three hits and Wilcox and Hailey Shinabarger knocked out two hits each with Shinabarger plating three runs. Record: 18-20. Next: at St. Charles Saturday for the district semifinal against Shepherd.

Breckenridge 12, Montabella 0: The Mustangs’ season ended with a five-inning no-hitter thrown at them by Breckenridge pitcher Sam Willman at the Division 3 Vestaburg district tournament Tuesday. The only thing that kept Willman from a perfect game was a Kayla LaCroix walk in the first inning. Record: 8-29. Next: Montabella’s season is over.

Soccer

Grant 4, Lakeview 1: The Wildcats had their season end at home Tuesday in the first round of the Division 2 district tournament. Nele Tarras scored the only Lakeview goal, getting a pass from Allie Woodruff for the assist. Goalkeeper Danielle Grant had six saves against the Tigers. Quote: “Overall I was happy with the season. We made it through injuries and sickness. We would have liked to have had a better end.” – Lakeview coach Chris Smith. Record: 9-7-3. Next: Lakeview’s season is over.

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