Devils Sweep, Panthers Swept in BB: Panther SB Take Two in 3; Tigers Ground Rockets; Cloud Girls Set School Mark in T&F
Holton 9-10 Kent City 8-7
Down 8-5 in the bottom of the 7th the Red Devils came up big in the clutch with a game winning rally to take the opener. Cody Moreen singled then Cody Wright reached base on an Eagle error. Broc Brown delivered a double that scored Moreen before Drew Trygstad tied the game with a 2 run double. Rice Robin came to the plate and laid a bunt down the first baseline sending the winning run home.
Wright picked up the mound win in relief.
In game 2 the teams battled back and forth with 5 lead changes before Holton took command with 3 runs in the 6th. Trygstad got the win coming out of the pen to shut down the Eagles for an inning before Aiden Poling slammed the door in the 7th to earn the save.
Nathan Slowik went 7 for 7 on the day including a pair of doubles, 4 RBI's and 5 runs scored.
Austin Fowler drove home 4 with 4 hits and crossed the plate 3 times for the Devils.4 hits, 4 RBI's, 3 runs scored 1 walk
Brendan Boyd finished with 5 hits and 4 RBIs and Bryant Fahling collected 5 hits and scored 3 times for Kent City.
Morley Stanwood 11-14 Hesperia 0-4
In game one the Panther bats were cold, as they could only muster four hits against Mohawk starter Kyle Ososki. Jacob Klemundt (triple), Logan Balkema (double), Hunter Billman and Logan Pierson (double) each collected hits for Hesperia.Balkema took the loss on the mound.
In game two the Panthers began with four runs in the bottom of the first inning off MS starter Tucker Cook. . After giving up four runs in the first the Mohawks cruised the rest of the way scoring fourteen unanswered runs. Jacob Klemundt accounted for all three of the Panther hits off Cook.
With the sweep the Panthers slip to 5-14 on the season and 4-11 in the CSAA Silver. The Panthers travel to White Cloud on Friday and conclude CSAA action next week with a single game on Monday with Holton and a doubleheader with Lakeview next Tuesday.
Hesperia 17-18 Morley Stanwood 2-3
The Panthers banged out 16 hits to take the opener in 3 innings. Ellie Palmer got the win from the slab and Makenna Swisher paced the offense lacing 4 singles and plating a pair of teammates. Alyssa Miller doubled and tripled to collect 4 RBIs while Caragan Frees and Palmer each finished with a pair of hits
Game 2 proved to be another 3 inning affair with Lynnsey Tinkham picking up the win for the Panthers.Frees homered. Tinkham drove home 3 and Natalie McGahan singled twice and picked up 2 RBIs.
Hesperia evened its season mark at 11-11 with an 8-7 record in the Silver.
White Cloud 16-17 Lakeview 0-0
Coach Barnhard: Last night the Varsity Girls were able to partially heal their batting averages against a Lakeview team that is still struggling to rebuild as they swept both ends of their doubleheader.
In Game 1, Hannah Brown was a single away from hitting for the cycle as she collected a 2B, 3B,HR and a pair of RBI’s, Allison Schulz had 2 hits with a 2B and 2 RBI’s, Jordan Bulk had 2 hits and 2 RBI’s, Olivia Bowman blasted a 2-run HR, while Hallie Schulz and Kara Davis each had a hit and 2 RBI’s. Hallie picked up the win striking out 8 in the 16 – 0 4 inning win.
The girls kept it going in Game 2 with Allison Schulz leading the way with 3 hits including a 2B and 3 RBI’s, followed by Hallie Schulz with 2 hits and 4 RBI’s, Olivia Bowman with 2 hits, one being a 3B and 2 RBI’s, Hannah Brown with a solo HR and scoring 4 runs, Kala Pasch with a 3B, Madison Smith and Kylie Plotts with a 2B each for a 17-0 3 inning win. Kara Davis struck out 5 for the win.
Kent City 11 White Cloud 0
Monday night the Varsity Girls hosted Kent City in a single game make-up of a rainout from April 30. The girls struggled on both sides of the ball and fell by a score of 11 – 0 in 6 innings.” You can’t have more errors than hits and have a good outcome,” said Coach Barnhard.
Grant 7 Reeths-Puffer 1
The Tigers kept it rolling with a win over the Rockets
No. 1 - Olivia Keelean, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL def. Alivia Depies, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER, 6-0, 6-3, -;
No. 2 - Jada Zerlaut, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL def. Kayleigh Wilhelm, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER, 6-0, 6-0, -;
No. 3 - Kirstyn Throop, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL def. Loveleen Kaur, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER, 6-1, 6-1, -;
No. 4 - Bella Borgeson, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER def. Emma Hetler, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL, 6-3, 4-6, 10-7;
No. 1 - Kathryn Stong - Sydney Patin, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL def. Karina Vanduinen - Madison Root, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER, 6-0, 6-1, -;
No. 2 - Jill Arends - Brooklyn Presler, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL def. Abby Antor - Grace Luker, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER, 6-1, 6-3, -;
No. 3 - Liberty Pleune - Kaitlin Pascoe, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL def. Joey Yang - Morgan Champoux, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER, 6-1, 6-1, -;
No. 4 - Cecilia Ovalle - Elvira Cruz, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL def. Kylee Belcourt - Korina Nicolai, MUSKEGON REETHS-PUFFER, 6-2, 6-1, -;
TRACK & FIELD
White Cloud girls’ track team finished second at the CSAA Conference meet on Thursday, May 8th at Morley Stanwood with 104 points. The girls set an all- time school record with 10 athletes earning All Conference awards. First Team All Conference are Ella Bowman, Maya Reeve, Alexis Straight, Carsyn Scarlavai, Krystianna Faltinowski, and Elizabeth Compeau. Honorable Mention are Alek Taylor, Gabby Kolk-Kakoczki, Avery Acosta, and Haley Thompson.
Discus: 1st Maya Reeve 110’1”
6th Alek Taylor 84’4”
Shot Put: 3rd Maya Reeve 30’7”
Long Jump: 3rd Carsyn Scarlavai 14’9.5”
4th Elizabeth Compeau 14’2.75”
Pole Vault: 2nd Carsyn Scarlavai 7’
6th Ella Bowman: 6’6”
High Jump: 7th Alek Taylor 4’
3200 Relay: 4th Alek Taylor, Courtney LaClair, Avery Acosta, Krystianna Faltinowski 12:41.00
100 Hurdles: 7th Gabby Kolk-Kakoczki 20.84
9th Haley Thompson 21.06
100 Meters: 1st Carsyn Scarlavai 13.90
3rd Alexus Strait 14.13
800 Relay: 2nd Alek Taylor, Gabby KK, Avery Acosta, Haley Thompson 2:12.5
1600 Meters: 4th Ella Bowman 6:06.49
7th Courtney LaClair 6:53.0
400 Relay: 1st Alexis Strait, Elizabeth Compeau, Krystianna Faltinowski, Carsyn Scarlavai 53.88
400 Meters: 2nd Elizabeth Compeau 1:06.23
300 Hurdles: 6th Haley Thompson 58.15
800 Meters: 2nd Ella Bowman 2:37.62
6th Krystianna Faltinowski 2:45.24
200 Meters: 9th Avery Acosta 32.80
3200 Meters: 6th Courtney LaClair 14:45.09
1600 Relay: 2nd Alexis Strait, Carsyn Scarlavai, Ella Bowman, Elizabeth Compeau 4:31.71
Regional competition will be Friday in Saugatuck.