By: N3 Sports Team
Panthers Fall To Vikings and Vikings
Whitehall 4 Hesperia 1
Viking veteran hurler Kenadee Semans shut down the Panther offense Saturday morning striking out 10 and...
...scattering 5 hits. The lone Hesperia run came in the 7th when trailing 4-0 Ceara Thomas got her bat on the ball for her second hit of the game and brought home Masen Majersky to break the scoring drought.
Tri County 20 Hesperia 8
It didn’t matter who was on the slab for the Panthers. Alexa Klemundt, Megan Norris and Shelby Follett each saw action from the mound in the first inning as the Vikings exploded for 13 runs in the opening frame. The Black Cats tried to claw their way back with qa pair of 4 run innings but the Vikes never stopped scoring and the game ended in 5. Claire Rumsey homered for Hesperia driving in 4 runs and Klemundt added a pair of singles and an RBI.
Indians, Eagles Split
White Cloud 4-3 Kent City 0-7
The Cloud got three hits off the bat of Megan Sutherlund including a double, and Ashley Taylor shut down the Eagles from the mound as the visitors took the opener in CSAA Silver action.
Maddie Seabrook ripped a triple and Hannah Brown added 2 hits for the Indians.
The second game saw the Eagles erase a 3-0 deficit and come back to earn the split. Seabrook laced a trio of singles, Brown collected a single and a triple and Elexis Plotts doubled for White Cloud.
Grant finishes 8th at Regionals-3 Tigers Heading For State Meet
Danny Atwood took home top honors in the 110m High Hurdles turning in a time of 15.82 and punching his card for Comstock Park and the State Meet on June 4th. Joining him will be Jesse Saxton who qualified in both the 1600m and 3200m runs and Colten Covington who will compete in the 3200m.
Jon Aue and Chase Konicki placed in both the shot put and discus. Benny Gonzales placed in the pole vault and TJ Railing placed in the 400m. Spencer Cole medaled in the 1600m and all four relay teams earned medals. The 4x800 team was Saxton Gannon Carr David Jaimes and Cole, the 4x400 team included Marco Alverez Railing, Eli Brooks and Jagarr Jenerou and the 4x200 team was Alverez, Rylee Schultz, Railing and Jered Evans and the 4x100 team consisted of Emilio DeLosSantos, Jake Schambo, Alverez and Evans.
Lady Tigers Make Their Mark At Regional’s
The Tigers turned in a number of outstanding performances throughout the Regional competition. Josephine Silva picked up a trio of medals, placing in the long jump as well as the 100m and 200m events. Devon Rood earned honors in the 100m hurdles and the team of Katelyn Rodriguez, Mallori Palmer, Ignsvild Dagsland, and Andrea Gardner placed in the 4x800 relay.
Grant 6-8 Hesperia 0-2
Drue Konicki tossed a gem in Thursday’s opener setting down 10 Panthers on strikes and yielding just a single hit. Ian Francisco led the Tiger offense with 3 hits including a triple and collected 3 RBI’s.
In the nightcap three first-inning runs helped the Tigers post a sweep over the Panthers. Grant scored in the first on an error, an RBI double by Spencer Naffziger, and an RBI double by Tristan Sheteron. Naffziger had a hot bat going 3-4 with an RBI.
Tanner Mahn got the win for the Grant Tigers. He allowed two runs over four innings, struck out two, walked none and surrendered six hits.
Tigers finish 5th At Regional’s
Two first round wins by Emerson Cole and Olivia Keelean helped Grant place 5th in Regional tennis action on Thursday