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Prep results from Saturday, June 2

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Baseball

Morley Stanwood 5, Lakeview 3: The Wildcats were eliminated from the Newaygo district by the Mohawks Saturday. Kyler Ridgeway pitched all seven innings for Lakeview and scattered seven hits, walking three and striking out four. Joe Cole and Cory Hamlin had two hits each for the Wildcats. Record: 7-23. Next: Lakeview’s season is over.

Tri County loses final: The Vikings were big winners over Big Rapids 14-4 in the Cardinals’ district tournament Saturday, but Tri County lost 5-2 to Chippewa Hills in the finals. Against Big Rapids Cody Dines got the win, allowing seven hits and two walks with three strikeouts. Tyler Burns, Devin Longoria and Cody Mitz had two hits each in the win. But in the loss to the Warriors Brandon Peterman allowed six hits and three strikeouts in six innings to take the loss. Mitz, Dines, Sam Nagy and Dustin Ruppert had two hits each in the loss. Record: 18-18. Next: Tri County’s season is over.

Central 1-1 at Ravenna: The Green Hornets needed just five innings to mercy Muskegon Heights 10-0 in the first game of the Ravenna district Saturday. Austin Edwards was the winning pitcher, allowing just two hits and a walk while striking out 11. But Central was shut out by Kent City in the final 2-0. Micah Parr gave up five hits and two walks, striking out four. Hunter Myers and Forest Bartz each had one hit for the Hornets. Record: 8-16. Next: Central’s season is over.

Softball

Rockford 15, Greenville 0: The Yellow Jackets committed four errors in getting mercied in five innings by the Rams at Rockford’s district tournament Saturday. Sarah Newhouse took the loss for Greenville, as she struck out two and walked four. Nikota Howe, Liz Niemic, Page Parmelee and Beth Gantz each had one for the Yellow Jackets. Record: 12-23. Next: Greenville’s season is over.

Central falls in district final: The Green Hornets mercied Muskegon Heights 16-1 in three innings to get to the final of the Ravenna district tournament Saturday, benefitting from nine walks. Sadie Rowland got the win, pitching the first two innings and allowing one hit and a walk with a strikeout. Rowland took the loss in the second game against Kent City, which was a 7-1 loss. Rowland went 2 1/3 innings and allowed seven hits, struck out one and hit two batters without a walk. Karli Clark, Maddie Christensen and Michaela Crooks each had one hit for Central. Record: 14-23. Next: Central’s season is over.

Morley Stanwood 9, Lakeview 2: The Wildcats were bounced from the Newaygo district tournament by the Mohawks Saturday. Erin Vanderzand took the loss, going all six innings and giving up 11 hits with two walks and six strikeouts. Estelle Molitor went 2-for-3 for the Wildcats. Record: 17-17. Next: Lakeview’s season is over.

Other baseball scores: Rockford 16, Greenville 0; Comstock Park 5, Belding 0.

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Prep results for Thursday, May 31

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Soccer

Lowell 7, Greenville 3: The Yellow Jackets had their season come to an end by conference rival Lowell on Thursday at DeWitt in the district semifinals. Allysen Neumann scored twice and Mackenzy Nichols added a goal in the loss. Sam O’Herron had two assists and Nichols one. Record: 10-9-1. Next: season is over.

Golf

Central Montcalm 348: The Hornets qualified for the Division 3 regionals with a score of 348 at Old Channel Golf Course in Montague on Thursday. The top six district scores qualify for regionals. Ludington shot 326, Whitehall 332, Mason County Central 336, Central Montcalm 348, Shelby 348 and Kent City 354. Tyler Johnson led the Hornets with 84. Jared Cilibraise shot 85, Ryan Michalek 87, Tyler Sleet 92 and Ben Gladding 92. Quote: “We still feel that we have not played our best golf. Our challenge is to play our best golf.” — Hornets coach Gary Buchholz. Next: regionals at Lakeside Links Golf Course on Thursday.

Lakeview shoots 401: The Wildcats did not qualify for regionals on Thursday, but Brock Kanouse did so as an individual. Lakeview shot 401 to finish in 10th place. Ludington won the district with 326. Kanouse fired an 85 to finish in the top six. RK boomer shot 97, Jake Inman 109 and Kameron Gilbert 110. Quote: “It was great to see Brock put together a good round at Districts, he has been progressing each week and this is a great reward for him.” — Lakeview coach Brian Corwin. Next: season is over.

Butternut shot 326: Butternut wrapped up its season with win over Lansing and Traverse City homeschoolers. Caleb Wyman shot 79, Isaiah Wyman 81, Isaac Crouse 82 and David Crouse 84. All four earned match medals. Next: Butternut finished its season a perfect 15-0 in matches.

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Prep results for Tuesday, May 29

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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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Prep results from Wednesday, May 23

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Baseball

Greenville downs Cedar Springs twice: The Yellow Jackets struck out a total of 27 batters in a doubleheader win over the Red Hawks Wednesday, winning by scores of 7-0 and 8-4. Parker Syrjala threw the shutout in the opener, allowing four hits and striking out 14 while giving up three walks. Tyler Orr, Tre Nelson, Brad Gilbert and Stephen Oliver had two hits each in the game. Travis Groom threw all seven innings of the second game and allowed four hits, fanning 13. Syrjala had two hits and three RBIs and Orr, Oliver and Jacob Crittenden had two hits each. Record: 12-12. Next: at home vs. Lakeview Wednesday.

Tri County wins two: The Vikings were big winners over Morley Stanwood Wednesday, winning games of 10-3 and 12-2, with the latter in only five innings. Cody Smits got the win in the first game, as he went the distance and allowed five hits and five walks, striking out three. Dustin Ruppert had three hits and five RBIs and Sam Nagy added two hits for Tri County. The second game was won by Cody Gross, who allowed three hits and two walks, striking out three. Martin Gould had four hits and four RBIs and Tyler Burns and Cody Mitz added two hits each to the attack. Record: 17-16. Next: at home against Newaygo Friday to continue a suspended game with the Lions leading 4-0 and Tri County batting in the bottom of the fifth inning with the bases loaded and one out.

Softball

Montabella drops two: The Mustangs were beat in both ends of a doubleheader by the Saranac Redskins Wednesday, losing by scores of 13-3 in six innings and 11-5. Emily Lint was hit with the loss in the opener, allowing 10 hits, striking out seven and walking five. Kayla LaCroix had two hits for Montabella. Cheyann Frasle was the losing pitcher in the second game, which saw six different Mustangs get one hit. Record: 6-28. Next: at Ashley for a makeup game Friday.

Soccer

Tri County 2, Lakeview 1: The Vikings got two goals from Elise Ketelaar to beat the Wildcats in a non-conference game Wednesday. Ally Reed got Lakeview’s only goal off an assist from Cecilia Bayne. Wildcat goalkeeper Danielle Grant made 10 saves in the loss. Record: Lakeview is 9-6-3. Next: Lakeview hosts a district game against Grant Tuesday, Tri County is at Big Rapids Friday.

Golf

Butternut wins at Edmore: The Butternut Homeschoolers won a quadrangular match at the Links of Edmore Wednesday, shooting a team score of 159. Breckenridge shot a 185 and Montabella shot 196. Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart was there with two golfers. Isaiah Wyman was Butternut’s low scorer with a 38, followed by Caleb Wyman and Samuel Gehrke with 40s and David Crouse with a 41. Montabella got a 47 from Austin Garner, a 48 from Michael Hyde, a 49 from Austin Huber and a 52 from Trent Sabin. Next: Montabella is at  Alma May 31 for team districts.

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Prep results from Tuesday, May 22

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Baseball

Tri County 1-1: The Vikings split a pair of Lakes 8 Conference games with the Fremont Packers Tuesday, losing the first 5-3 but winning the second in five innings 15-4. Cody Dines was the losing pitcher in the opener, going all six innings and allowing eight hits with three strikeouts and two walks. Brandon Peterman two hits game one, then pitched a complete-game four-hitter for the win in game two. He struck out six. Tyler Burns and Cody Smits had four hits each and Dines and Cody Mitz added two hits each. Records: 15-16 and 8-5. Next: at Morley Stanwood today.

Soccer

Lakeview 8, Ithaca 1: Ally Reed continued her hot scoring for the Wildcats, scoring six of the eight goals in the rout of the Yellowjackets Tuesday. Megan Leach and Alex Gregory also had goals for Lakeview. Danelle Wood had two assists and Gregory, Serena Johnson, Katie Johnson and Cecilia Bayne added assists. Goalkeeper Danielle Grant made just two saves in the win. Record: 9-5-3. Next: at Tri County today.

Girls track

Greenville scores medals: The Yellow Jackets had every girl they took to the West Michigan Meet of Champions get a medal at the meet Tuesday. Rosalyn Wyse had three medals, winning the 300-meter hurdles (46.15) and finishing fifth in the high jump (4-10) and was on the winning 800-meter relay team (1:47.8). Audrey Wyse, Taylor Baker and Taylor Christensen added two medals each for Greenville. Next: at the Ovid-Elsie JV meet Thursday.

Golf

CM 2nd, Lakeview 5th: The Hornets finished second behind Big Rapids at the CSAA tournament on Tuesday at Cedar Chase Golf Course. Central Montcalm shot 361 while Lakeview shot 430. Ben Gladding led the Hornets with 85. Ryan Michalek shot 88, Tyler Sleet 93 and Jared Cilibraise 95. Michaleck earned all-conference honors. Sleet, Gladding and Cilibraise were second team selections while Tyler Johnson earned an honorable mention. Jon Wandel led Lakeview with 95. Brock Kanouse shot 110, Kameron Gilbert 110 and Nate Nelson 114. Wandel was named second team all-conference.

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Prep results for Monday, May 21

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Baseball

Belding wins two from Lakeview: The Redskins knocked off the Wildcats in a nonconference doubleheader for both teams Monday, winning 5-2 and 6-2. Belding won the first game in nine innings, making a winner of Seth Nelson, who allowed three hits and two walks while striking out four in relief. Chad Kain took the loss for Lakeview, giving up two hits and a walk with two strikeouts in 1 1/3 innings. Neil McCully and Ron VanDyke had two hits each for the Redskins, while Garrett Cavendish and Kyler Ridgeway had two each for the Wildcats. Jordan Myers pitched a complete game for Belding in the second game, allowing nine hits and a walk with five strikeouts. Ridgeway took the loss for Lakeview, allowing five hits and three walks with six strikeouts. Kole Hart and Cody Douglas knocked out two hits each for the winners, while the Wildcats got two each from Kain and Cavendish. Records: Belding is 14-16-1, Lakeview is 6-17. Next: Belding is at districts June 1, Lakeview is at home against Vestaburg Friday.

Vestaburg 6, Montabella 1: The Mustangs lost to the Wolverines in an MSAC game Monday despite Nate Bandfield throwing a complete-game four-hitter, walking two and striking out seven. Montabella had hits from Nate Jankowsky, Drew Nemeth and Brady Burggren in the game. The second game was called on account of darkness after both teams went 12 innings and the game was still tied at five. Montabella coach Matt Hynes said he believes the game will not be picked up from that point due to how late in the season it is. Records: Montabella is 9-16-2 and 5-9-1, Vestaburg is 8-20-1 and 6-9-1. Next: Montabella is at Saranac Wednesday, Vestaburg is at Lakeview Friday.

CC-Crystal, Fowler split: The Eagles played the Fowler Eagles in a CMAC matchup Monday and took one game. CC-Crystal beat Fowler 4-3 when Lucas Ratu had an RBI triple and Spencer Harwood knocked Ratu home with a single in the bottom of the seventh. That made a winner of pitcher Jack Powers, who went the final inning without any walks, strikeouts or hits. Harwood and Hunter Clark had two hits each for CC-Crystal. Fowler repaid CC-Crystal for that win with a 16-3 mercy in five innings. Powers lasted only two-thirds of an inning and allowed three hits and two walks to take the loss. Nate LaVictor was 2-for-2 and Jordan Evans, who was promoted from the JV squad Monday, had all three RBIs with a double. Record: 13-18. Next: at Delton-Kellogg Wednesday.

Softball

Vestaburg defeats Montabella twice: The Mustangs were mercied in both games against the Wolverines in a makeup doubleheader Monday, as Vestaburg won 15-1 and 27-7, both in five innings. Emily Lint took the loss in the opener, as she allowed 10 hits and six walks. Montabella’s only hits were from Kayla LaCroix and Taylor Hutson. Montabella had nine hits in the second game, led by Hutson and Taylor Smith, who had two each. Cheyann Frasle was hit with the loss in the second game. Next: at Saranac Wednesday.

CC-Crystal wins two: The Eagles played a CMAC doubleheader against the Fowler Eagles Monday and won both games by one run, 10-9 and 6-5. A wild pitch on a pitch-out gave CC-Crystal the winning run in the opener, followed by a three-run seventh that gave CC-crystal the win in the second game. Katie Wilcox got both wins, allowing seven hits and a walk with two strikeouts in the first game and eight hits with two walks and six strikeouts in the second game. Raelynne Ferguson had a total of five hits in the doubleheader. Wilcox and Sarah Bratcher were each 2-for-4 in the opener, while Kali Donahue and Mikayla Duflo had two hits each in the second game. Record: 16-19. Next: at Delton-Kellogg Wednesday.

Golf

Lakeview cards 412: The Wildcats went to the Big Rapids Invitational at Katke Golf Course Monday and ended up with a team score of 412. They were led by Brock Kanouse with a 96, Jon Wandel and Jon King with 99s and Jordan Lake with a 118. Next: at CSAA championship today.

Belding shoots 356: The Redskins finished in seventh place at the O-K Blue Conference championship at Boulder Creek on Monday with a 356. GR West Catholic claimed the conference title with a round of 306. Comstock Park was second with 318. Conor Wisman shot 82 and Cody Christensen shot 83. Both earned all-conference honors. Nick Badder added a 93 and Bryce Johnson a 98. Next: districts at The Links of Bowen Lake on May 31.

Boys track

Belding last at invitational: The Redskin boys finished their own ninth- and 10th-grade invitational Monday in last out of the five teams that participated, scoring 37 points. That was well behind winner Cedar Springs with 135. Trevor Curtis had four places for Belding, finishing second in the high jump (5-2), winning the 1,600 (4:46.65), taking third in the 800 (2:12.13) and helping the 1,600-meter relay team to a fourth-place finish (3:57.82). Next: at the West Michigan Meet of Champions today.

Girls track

Belding wins own invite: The Redskin girls won their own ninth- and 10th-grade invitational Monday, scoring 121 points to 88 for Cedar Springs and 85 for Sparta. Leading the medal haul was Danielle Rode with a second in the pole vault (8-0), a win in the 400 (1:02.90) and helping out the winning 800-meter relay (1:52.81) and the winning 1,600-meter relay (4:29.64; and Gabby Holyfield, who as second in the high jump (4-2) and the discus (84-9) and won the shot put (32-9). Next: at the West Michigan Meet of Champions today.

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Prep results from Saturday, May 19

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Baseball

Tri County loses two: The Vikings went to the Traverse City West tournament Saturday and were losers by double digits in both their games. Against East Grand Rapids the Pioneers won 18-8, making Cody Gross the losing pitcher. Brandon Peterman and Tyler Burns had two hits each for Tri County. The second game saw the Vikings lose to the host Titans 11-0. Mitch Goerner took the loss in that game. Tri County had only three hits: from Burns, Devin Thurston and Devin Longoria. Record: 14-15. Next: at Fremont Tuesday.

Softball

Greenville 0-2: The Yellow Jackets struggled on Saturday at the Kenowa Hills Invitational. They lost game one to the host Knights 15-0 in three innings. Greenville was held hitless while Sarah Newhouse took the loss. In game two, the Yellow Jackets lost an early lead and fell 11-7 to Comstock Park. Nikota Howe suffered the loss. Beth Gantz and Howe led Greenville with three hits apiece. Howe had an RBI. Harleigh Lewis and Kae Page each had one hit. Page had two RBIs. Record: 13-20. Next: at Cedar Springs on Wednesday.

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Prep results from Friday, May 18

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Baseball

Tri County 11, Buckley 6: The Vikings went to Buckley and won a single game Friday. Christian Johnson went five innings and allowed nine hits while striking out six for the win. Cody Smits and Cody Dines had two hits each for Tri County. Record: 14-13. Next: at the Traverse City West tournament today

Soccer

Lakeview 2, Grant 0: The Wildcats got two unassisted goals from Ally Reed – her 21st and 22nd of the season – to beat the Tigers Friday. Danielle Grant made 12 saves in goal for the shutout. Quote: “Overall the girls played well. The defense really helped cover for each other.” – Lakeview coach Chris Smith. Record: 8-5-3. Next: at home Tuesday against Ithaca.

Greenville 4, Sparta 0: The Yellow Jackets shut out the Spartans in a non-conference match Friday night. Allysen Neumann had three of the four goals and Megan O’Brien had a goal and an assist for Greenville. Quote: “Allysen is a tremendous player. She made a couple of really nice individual plays.” – Greenville coach Nathan Lewis. Record: 8-7-1. Next: at home Monday against Lowell.

Golf

Butternut 169, Lakeview 197: The Butternut Homeschoolers took on the Wildcats at Brookside Golf and Grill Friday and came away with another win. Butternut’s scorers were David Crouse with a 38, Isaac Crouse with a 41, Caleb Wyman with a 42 and Isaiah Wyman with a 47. Lakeview got 47s from R.K. Boomer and Kameron Gilbert, a 48 from Brock Kanouse and a 55 from Jordan Lake. Next: Lakeview is at the Big Rapids Invitational Monday.

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Prep results for Tuesday, May 15

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Baseball

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.

Softball

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.

Soccer

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.

Golf

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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Prep results for Monday, May 14

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Baseball

Montabella downs Central twice: The Mustangs picked up a pair of nonconference wins Monday, beating Central Montcalm 6-5 and 3-2. Nate Bandfield got the win despite four hits and five walks allowed. He struck out three. He was relieved by Travis Dunn, who got the save with one hit and one strikeout. Montabella had six hits by six different players in the game. The second game was won by Drew Nemeth, who pitched all but the last out of the game. He gave up five hits, walked two and struck out two. Dunn got the final out for the save on a fly ball. Bandfield and Nate Jankowsky had three hits each in the game. Records: Montabella is 8-12-2, Central’s was not available. Next: Montabella is at Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart Thursday, Central is home against Morley Stanwood today.

Softball

Vestaburg tops CC-C twice: The Wolverines had no problems with the Eagles Monday, winning games of 5-2 and 9-5. Kayla Dill won both games on the mound for Vestaburg, as she allowed nine hits with a walk and seven strikeouts in the opener and seven hits with two walks and two strikeouts in he nightcap. Katie Wilcox took both losses for CC-Crystal, scattering six hits and two walks with two strikeouts in the first game and eight hits with four walks and two strikeouts in the second game. Leading the Wolverines in hitting were Lauren Bissell with two hits in the first game and Dill and Ryalee Dove with two hits each in the second game. Wilcox and Tomberlee Smith had two hits each in the first game, and seven different hitters had one hit in the second game. Records: CC-Crystal is 10-18, Vestaburg’s was not available. Next: CC-Crystal is at Morrice today, Vestaburg is at Coleman Thursday.

Golf

Belding shoots 168: The Redskins went to Moss Ridge in Coopersville for Monday’s O-K Blue jamboree and shot a team score of 168, which was seventh in the conference. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern had the best score with a 154. Belding’s top scorers were Cody Christensen with a 37, Conor Wisman with a 40 and Nick Badder and Bryce Johnson with a 46 each. Next: at home today against Lowell.

Butternut wins triangular: The Butternut Homeschoolers joined Greenville’s and Lowell’s JV teams at Glenkerry Monday and beat them both, shooting a 155 team score. Caleb Wyman was Butternut’s best scorer with a 37, followed by David Crouse and Isaiah Wyman with matching 38s and Issac Crouse with a 42. Next: at Lakeview Friday.

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