Packers Make It 5 in a Row; Devils Drop 2; Cloud Sweeps; Panthers Place 3rd in Ken Smith Memorial; Fremont T&F at Scottie Invitational
Fremont 13-14 Chippewa Hills 2-4
Tristan Campbell went the distance in the 5 inning game striking out 7 and scattering 4 hits in game one. The Packers put together an 8 run rally in the third to turn a one run lead into a rout.Cole Miller and Peyton Mansfield each went 3-4 and Zayne Stroven was 2-4.
In the nightcap Fremontscored in all 5 innings to gain the sweep.. Jake Delong Zayne Stroven and Austin Kukal each knocked a pair of hits in the win. Peyton Mansfield got his first start for the season pitching 4 innings and striking out 6.
The pair of wins gives the Packers 5 in a row and a record of 16-6 overall and 7-1 in conference play.
Lakeview1-5 Holton 0-3
Aiden Poling ended up on the losing end of a great pitching duel uas an unearned run in the 5th turned out to be the difference in game one.. Hayden Rentschler from Lakeview pitched a gem, gpoing 7 innings and yielding just 2 hits while setting down 13 Devils on strikes.
Rice Robins, and Kevin Erickson both reached base twice on the day for the Red Devils and Austin Fowler reached base 3 times delivering one of Holton's 2 hits against Rentschler.
Holton is now 11-12 overall and 8-5 in the league
White Cloud 4-11 Morley Stanwood 3-2
On Friday the Indians traveled to Morley Stanwood and struggled to get their bats going in the 1st game. The game was scoreless through the 5th only to see both teams score 3 in the 6th and carry that into extra innings. In the 8th Hannah Brown was walked, stole 2nd, advanced to 3rd on a ground out by Hallie Schulz and scored on a wild pitch. Schulz recorded 7 K’s to pick up the win.
In the 2nd game, the girls got things going with a 6 run 6th and added 4 in the 7th for a 11-2 win. Hallie Schulz led the way with 3 hits including a double and 6 RBI’s. Madison Smith had 2 hits with a double and an RBI, Kara Davis picked up 2 hits and an RBI and Kayla Pasch added a pair of hits. Kara Davis got the win striking out 6 and walking none.
On Saturday , Hesperia hosted their annual Ken Smith Memorial Tournament.There were two pools. Pool A in Hesperia and Pool B played in Fremont...
North Muskegon won pool A and Grant won pool B..Hesperia was runner up in Pool A and Fremont was runner up in Pool B.
North Muskegon defeated Grant for the tournament championship and Hesperia defeated Fremont for 3rd place.
:North Muskegon 7 Hesperia 3
NM took the early lead but Hesperia responded with a Lynnsey Tinkham 3 Run HR in the bottom of the 4th. Unfortunately hat would be all the Panthers could muster as the Norsemen scored a run in the 5th to tie it and then rallied for three more in the seventh to take the win...
Ellie Palmer took the loss going 7 innings and striking out 7.
Hesperia 27 Walkerville 0
Game 2 saw the Panthers rout the Wildcats who committed 6 errors in the 2 inning affair. Caragan Frees and Emily Bayle each knocked home a trio of teammates while Makenna Swisher plated 3 more. Tinkham tossed 2 shutout innings for the win.
Hesperia13 Fremont 3
Tinkham went 5 innings for another win from the slab in the third place game. Swisher collected another three RBI’s as did Daelyn McKinnon
With the two wins the Panthers improve to 9-11 overall on the season and 6-7 in the Silver.
Their next game is Tuesday at home vs Morley Stanwood...
Track & Field
Scottie Invitational - Alma
From Coach Hamilton:
Hannah Hamilton won the 3200 in 11:21.09
Kennedy Christoffersen (Fr) took 2nd in the 100 hurdles in 17.96
Katie Nicholas (Sr), Kendra Fowler (Sr), Leah Converse (So) and Hannah Hamilton finished 2nd in the 4x800 relay at 10:08.76 setting a new PR.
PRs for the day went to:
Megan Walker (Sr) in the 100 with a time of 14.75
Erika Maddox (Fr) in the 100 with a time of 14.81
Katie Nicholas with a season PR of 1:04.74
Leah Converse in the 800 at 2:42.01
Erin Norton (So) in the 1600 running 6:09.75
Taava Johnson (Fr) in the 100 hurdles at 20.99 and the 300 hurdles running 57.85
Hanna Hallberg set a new season record of 25’09” in shot and a season record in discus 73’01”
From Coach Somers:
The boys had a solid showing today highlighted by some new PRs in the distance events.
Nathan Walker (So) 1600, and Corbin Wolfsen (Sr) 110 Hurdles were event winners.
PRs went to
Carter Dunbar (Jr) 100 - 12.42
Adam Ward (So) finally gaining some fitness after missing most of the season with an injury 800 - 2:08.15
Nathan Walker 1600 leading wire to wire setting a new school record of 4:16.76 (Riley Klingel 4:19.) with splits of 62.81, 64.92, 65.94, 62.88
Conor Somers (Fr) 1600 - 4:40.99
Ben Paige (So) 3200- 10:16.84 Making the Regional additional qualifying mark
Gavin Orcutt (Jr) 3200 - 10:47.87
Dylan Essebaggers (Sr) Discus - 110-03
Full Results can be found here