Varsity softball scores and recaps from around Cass, St. Joseph and Kalamazoo Counties for the week of Monday, May 6 through Saturday, May 11.
(At Centreville Invite)
Centreville 12, Hackett Catholic 0 (Game 1)
Mckenzie Sheteron pitched a five-inning no-hitter with four strikeouts and one walk. An eight-run fifth inning pushed Centreville past the run-rule threshold. Joanna Larsen had a double and two singles for two runs and two RBI. Kaylee Trattles and Sheteron each had three RBI. Jaeden Blades and Makenzi Troyer both scored two runs
Centreville 11, Wayland 1 (Game 2)
Makenzi Troyer gave up one unearned run in her complete game win, allowing seven hits. Both Larsen and Olivia Deeds hit home runs and added two RBI each. Blades scored thrice on three hits (one double). Troyer doubled twice for two RBI. West Wing and Addison Ward both scored twice.
(At Lowell Round Robin)
Three Rivers 13, Lowell 3
Kali Heivilin tallied three RBI on a triple and single, scoring twice. Lizzie Bissett added three RBI on two hits. Emma Thatcher, Karalyn Eldridge, and Shantel Blyly each scored twice. Jessica Barnes gave up five hits and one earned run in five innings.
Eaton Rapids 10, Three Rivers 3
This game was scoreless until both teams scored two runs in the fourth inning. ER put up two in the fifth, then six in the sixth. Barnes had three hits and one RBI in defeat. Blyly had two hits (one double) for a RBI.
Three Rivers 6, Caledonia 5
Natalie Barnes had three RBI via two singles. Jessica Barnes and Thatcher each scored twice with one hit (a triple for Thatcher). Heivilin contributed another triple for a run and RBI and Blyly had two hits and a RBI.
(South Bend Invite)
Edwardsburg 3, Andrean 1
Ashley Pion tossed a complete game with 10 strikeouts and five hits allowed. Vanessa Mayou had two singles and a double for two runs. Alyssa Gearhart had two hits and a RBI and Ella Castelucci had two hits.
Mishawaka Marian 6, Edwardsburg 5
Marian started ahead 4-0, followed by one run in the fourth and four in the fifth for an Edwardsburg lead. However, Marian walked off with a two-run seventh. Both Pion and Gearhart had home runs for the Eddies. Pion and Kaitlynne Allen each had two RBI and Gearhart scored twice.
Edwardsburg 5, New Prairie 4
Edwardsburg rallied from a 4-1 hole with four runs in the top of the seventh inning. Pion struck out six with one earned run in her complete game. Gerhart homered again and doubled for three RBI and a run. Jersey Bays smacked a solo home run and Bailey Anson added three hits and a run.
Bridgman 16, White Pigeon 1
No statistics available
(At Lakewood Invite)
Gull Lake 18, Eaton Rapids 1
Elaina Crisman gave up one hit and an unearned run in a five-inning complete game, striking out seven. Hannah Lord had a grand slam and scored twice. Lauren Esman homered and singled for two runs and two RBI. Crisman added three hits and three RBI. Erika Hubbard tallied three RBI on two hits and two runs. Savanna Disbrow scored thrice on three hits.
Gull Lake 7, Delton Kellogg 2
Lauren Esman fanned 15 in her complete game with four hits against her. Esman added her second long ball of the day, getting three RBI with an additional double and single. Crisman smacked a solo homer. Erika Hubbard scored twice.
Gull Lake 10, Alma 0
Esman closed the day with yet another no-hitter for the season, striking out 15 over six innings with just a walk and hit batsmen against her. She also smacked her third homer of the afternoon, finishing two RBI along with a double and single. Kaitlyn Jerke had four hits and three RBI. Crisman, Mandy Esman, Disbrow, and Betsy Martens all scored twice.
(At St. Joseph Round Robin Tournament)
St. Joseph 13, Vicksburg 9
No statistics available
(At Hackett Catholic)
Kalamazoo Christian 12, Hackett Catholic 1 (Game 1)
Sydney Duong and Jayme Koning both hit home runs for the Comets. Koning scored three runs and doubled as well. Zoe Hazelhoff had four singles for two runs and a RBI. April Russell knocked in four and Sammy Gano doubled twice. Elena Taylor had the lone Hackett run.
Kalamazoo Christian 21, Hackett Catholic 5 (Game 2)
The Irish started ahead 5-1 after the second inning and stayed right with K-Christian through the first five innings. In the sixth, the Comet offense blew up with 14 runs. Duong had five runs, four hits (one homer) and three RBI. Koning, Broekhuizen, and Gano all scored thrice. Koning, Zoe Hazelhoff, and Carly Dirksen had three RBI each. Colleen McNally tallied three RBI on three hits for the Irish and Stephanie Lyon scored twice.
(At Loy Norrix)
Berrien Springs 11, Loy Norrix 1 (Game 1)
A 10-run first inning put the Shamrocks in control. Annie Mansfield had three singles in defeat for the Knights. Lizzy McClung tripled and scored their lone run.
Berrien Springs 13, Loy Norrix 5 (Game 2)
Another big inning (seven in the second) started things off strong again for Berrien Springs. For Loy Norrix, Rebecca Sierra-Torres had three hits, one run, and one RBI. Cassidy Conley scored twice on two hits. Callie Kilduff and Khyra Dilley also added two hits each.
(At Gull Lake)
Gull Lake 5, Parma Western 0 (Game 1)
Lauren Esman had yet another dominant outing in the circle with a one-hit shutout, striking out 15. Mandy Esman scored two runs and Kaitlyn Jerke picked up two RBI.
Gull Lake 13, Parma Western 3 (Game 2)
Elaina Crisman threw a complete game with seven hits, three runs (two earned), and five strikeouts. Lauren Esman smacked two homers and singled for three runs and four RBI. Hannah Lord picked up three hits and two runs. Ashlee Kramer had three runs and Jerke scored twice.
Vicksburg 16, Plainwell 0 (Game 1)
Vicksburg 13, Plainwell 3 (Game 2)
No statistics available.
Otsego 8, Sturgis 4 (Game 1)
Otsego 11, Sturgis 2 (Game 2)
No statistics available.
(At South Haven)
Three Rivers 5, South Haven 3 (Game 1)
The Wildcats tied the game at 2-2 in the fifth inning, followed by solo runs from both in the sixth. In the seventh inning, Three Rivers went ahead on Jessica Barnes’s two RBI double. Barnes finished with three RBI total, plus a complete game pitching. Karalyn Eldridge scored twice. Shantel Blyly added a solo home run and single.
Three Rivers 13, South Haven 9 (Game 2)
Three Rivers finally took control of a back-and-forth affair with a four-run sixth inning. Natalie Barnes racked up four RBI with a homer and two singles, scoring twice. Blyly had another homer and scored thrice. Kali Heivilin scored three runs on three walks and Lizzie Bissett picked up three RBI.
(At Paw Paw)
Dowagiac 13, Paw Paw 7 (Game 1)
34 total hits came in game one. After a 5-5 score following the third inning, Dowagiac went up with two in the fourth and five in the fifth. Sierra Carpenter, Mekenna Gaideski, and Jessie Hulett all homered for the Chieftains. Hulett and Gaideski each had four RBI. Hulett, Gaideksi, and Amiya Smith each had three hits.
Dowagiac 20, Paw Paw 18 (Game 2)
Game two saw a wild combined 44 hits and 15 walks. Dowagiac’s five-run seventh inning finally put them up for good. Scoring three runs each for the Chieftains were Taylor Pye, Maddie Stockwell, and Madison Potter. Pye and Anna Dobberstein each had four hits. Paw Paw’s Courtney Ellis had four runs on four hits. Emily Vanderberg tallied five RBI on four hits.
Edwardsburg 19, Allegan 2 (Game 1)
Kaitlynne Allen had four RBI and two runs with a triple and single. McKenna Shoupe had four runs with a triple and two singles. Brianna Dixon scored thrice with four other Eddies getting two runs each. Ashley Pion notched three RBI.
Edwardsburg 15, Allegan 1 (Game 2)
Ashley Pion struck out 11 in four shutout innings, allowing one hit. Haley Masten had three hits (two RBI) and two runs. Allen drew four walks, scoring twice. Vanessa Mayou picked up three runs on two hits.
Burr Oak 24, Waldron 10
This game was 4-4 after the third inning, followed a 20-6 fourth inning more reminiscent of a football quarter. Player statistics were incomplete.
(At Portage Central)
Portage Central 5, Jenison 4 (Game 1)
The game was 3-3 after the third inning. Jenison went ahead with one run in the top of the fifth inning, but the Mustangs did better with two in the bottom half. Madeline Grueter picked up three RBI on three hits (one triple). Becca Cottrell had two runs with a double and RBI.
Jenison 12, Portage Central 2 (Game 2)
A seven-run first inning put Jenison in control from the open. Cottrell singled thrice for a run and RBI. Sydney Laurencig had two hits. Lilli Kempisty had the other PC run.
Comstock 9, Climax-Scotts 0 (Game 1)
Madelyn Caswell tossed a complete game shutout for the Colts with 11 strikeouts and six hits allowed. Abby House was a homer shy of the cycle, tallying four RBI and two runs. Chloe LaBrie scored thrice on two hits. Caswell and Madison Lennon each had two RBI.
Comstock 14, Climax-Scotts 0 (Game 2)
Brionna Tiffany had the shutout in game two, allowing only three hits over five innings with three strikeouts. House got her homer in game two, along with a double and single. LaBrie scored three times on four hits (one double). House, Tiffany, and Caswell all had three RBI. Lennon notched two RBI and two runs on three hits.
Mattawan 13, Portage Northern 4 (Game 1)
After a 4-4 score through two innings, the Wildcats shutout the Huskies the rest of the way. PN had home runs from Bayleigh Kamm and Kennedi Stinnette, both finishing with two RBI. Mattawan’s Kendra Cardoza had three RBI and two runs on two doubles. Madison Duell scored four runs.
Mattawan 15, Portage Northern 5 (Game 2)
An eight-run second inning gave Mattawan an insurmountable lead. Stinnette homered again for the Huskies, with her and Rachel Budnick each notching two RBI. Duell, Olivia Fee, and Leah Wrubel all had three RBI apiece for the Wildcats.
(At Kalamazoo Central)
Kalamazoo Central 17, Battle Creek Central 0 (Game 1)
Grace Maguire was perfect in the game’s three innings, striking out all nine batters she faced. Marisol Zarate scored three runs on a double and single. Kendal VanDam had three RBI and two runs on a hit. Stefanie Nizzardini tallied three singles, two RBI, and two runs.
Kalamazoo Central 18, Battle Creek Central 1 (Game 2)
Maguire and Adrianna Haskins each knocked in three in game two with Maguire doubling twice. Nizzardini, Zarate, and Josie Crocker all had three runs each. Zarate struck out five and gave up one hit and an unearned run over three innings.
(At Burr Oak)
Burr Oak 12, Howardsville Christian 2 (Game 1)
Four runs in the second, third, and fourth innings put the Bobcats in control. Abby Greene allowed two runs, scattering 10 hits over five innings. Kieyrra Cook scored thrice with two run days for Madison Jennett, Lilly Anderson, and Brooklyn Hernandez. Hailey Carder added two RBI with a double and Andrea Nelson doubled and singled. Cameron Jones-McNally had two hits and a run for the Eagles.
Burr Oak 13, Howardsville Christian 5 (Game 2)
Greene had another complete game win, allowing three earned runs and seven hits with seven strikeouts. Anderson doubled and singled twice for three RBI and three runs. Jennett scored thrice on two hits and Paige Poley doubled twice. Nelson scored twice, drawing four walks. For Howardsville, Elizabeth Kline scored twice. Jones-McNally had a double and single, plus Alayna Brown tripled and scored.
Cassopolis 6, Mendon 0 (Game 1)
Olivia Purlee tossed a complete game shutout for the Rangers, allowing only five hits and two walks with two strikeouts. Kaitlyn Hartsell scored twice on a single and walk. Kiersten Hartsell added a RBI double and run with Purlee also scoring on a double. For Mendon, Nicole Parsons allowed five hits and six runs (one earned) in her complete game effort.
Mendon 10, Cassopolis 1 (Game 2)
Payton Griffin gave up only one run and five hits in her game two victory, striking out four. Offensively, Griffin had four singles, three RBI, and three runs. Mia Bailey homered and singled, tallying three runs and a RBI. Cierra Nightingale had a triple, single, three RBI, and a run. Juliana Hagenbuch notched three hits. Maile Barber had two hits for Cassopolis and the lone RBI.
Centreville 20, Hartford 4 (Game 1)
The Bulldogs had a 10-0 lead after four innings, then blew up with 10 in the fifth. Joanna Larsen had four RBI on three hits (one double) and three runs. Jaeden Blades picked up four hits (one double), three RBI, and one run. Also scoring thrice were Olivia Deeds, Sabrina Spence, and Kamryn Troyer. Troyer had three hits, Spence had three RBI. Makenzi Troyer also added three RBI and two runs.
Centreville 10, Hartford 1 (Game 2)
Makenzi Troyer tossed a strong complete game, with three hits and one run allowed. Deeds smacked a three-run home run. Mckenzie Sheteron tallied two runs on two singles and a double. Kaylee Trattles had three hits and two runs. Kenleigh West Wing added two runs on three singles. In their six league games on the week, Centreville outscored foes 110-7.
Dowagiac 9, Brandywine 5 (Game 1)
The Bobcats opened with a four-run first inning, but the Chieftains scored one in the second and took the lead with four in the third. Sierra Carpenter smacked two home runs and doubled for three runs and three RBI. Amiya Smith scored twice on two hits. Taylor Pye had two doubles, one single, and two RBI.
Dowagiac 13, Brandywine 8 (Game 2)
Pye picked up four hits (one triple) for three runs and three RBI. Both Smith and Anna Dobberstein had three hit, two run days. Hulett doubled twice for a run and RBI. Maddie Stockwell tallied three RBI on two hits.
(At White Pigeon)
Decatur 12, White Pigeon 4 (Game 1)
After a 4-3 Chief lead after three, the Raiders went up with a four-run fourth inning and got four more in the sixth. The four runs came despite only two hits for White Pigeon, both by Ally Compton. Taylor Compton scored twice on two walks.
Decatur 9, White Pigeon 5 (Game 2)
The Raiders had a 6-4 lead after the second inning and held on from there. Avery Kline had two hits for White Pigeon and a RBI. Compton had the other Chief RBI. Emma Sandy had four strikeouts in her complete game effort.
Vicksburg 2, Edwardsburg 1 (Game 1)
The Bulldogs became the first team to beat the Eddies in Wolverine Conference play in Wednesday’s makeup, getting an excellent start from Rylie Richter. She allowed only one earned run and four hits in her complete game win, striking out six. Kali Yant doubled twice and scored with Payton Lewis tallying the other Bulldog run. Vanessa Mayou was the lone score for the Eddies. Ashley Pion had a solid effort in defeat, giving up only four hits as well and two unearned runs in her complete game.
Edwardsburg 9, Vicksburg 4 (Game 2)
Errors burned Vicksburg early as the Eddies raced out to a 6-0 lead, getting a second inning grand slam from Kaitlynne Allen. The Bulldogs got three back in the fourth inning, but Edwardsburg added insurance in the final two frames. Carly Tittle gave up three runs in a three and 2/3 inning start, followed by one unearned run for the rest of the game versus Pion. Allen, Pion, and McKenna Shoupe all scored twice. Tailynn Knapp had two hits, a run, and RBI for Vicksburg.
Coloma 6, Three Rivers 2 (Game 1)
A 4-0 start in the first two innings was plenty of cushion for Coloma’s Megan Koenigshof, who allowed six hits in her complete game win. She also added three hits and two runs. Both Wildcat runs were scored by Kali Heivilin with both RBI via Erin Brady’s two singles. Jessica Barnes gave up only two runs in her four and 2/3 innings in relief.
Coloma 13, Three Rivers 2 (Game 2)
The Comets started fast again, plating five in the first inning. Natalie Barnes hit a solo home run for Three Rivers and Aislyn Sternbergh scored on a Heivilin single. Emma Thatcher had a double and single.
(At Gull Lake)
Gull Lake 12, Plainwell 0 (Game 1)
An 11-run second inning spelled doom for the Trojans. Lauren Esman struck out 13 over five innings, allowing only one hit. She and Elaina Crisman each notched two RBI with Erika Hubbard tallying three. Kaitlyn Jerke and Betsy Martens both scored twice.
Gull Lake 14, Plainwell 0 (Game 2)
Game two’s big inning was a 12-spot in the fourth. Elaina Crisman had the five inning shutout in the circle, giving up only two hits with four strikeouts. Crisman also had three hits for two RBI. Jerke picked up three hits, two runs, and two RBI. Esman tripled twice for two RBI and two runs. Martens, Hannah Lord, and Savanna Disbrow all crossed home twice.
Centreville 21, Bloomingdale 0 (Game 1)
The Bulldogs had 23 total hits, nine for extra bases. Joanna Larsen homered twice for four RBI and three runs. Makenzi Troyer doubled twice and singled for five RBI. Kenleigh West Wing, Olivia Deeds, Kaylee Trattles, and Sabrina Spence all scored thrice. Mckenzie Sheteron gave up only one hit over four innings with four strikeouts.
Centreville 20, Bloomingdale 0 (Game 2)
Centreville had 12 hits in game two, four of which came from Jaeden Blades for four runs and four RBI. Sheteron had four RBI on two hits for two runs. Kamryn Troyer and Spence scored twice each. Makenzi Troyer threw a three-inning no-hitter with four strikeouts.
(At Portage Northern)
Niles 11, Portage Northern 0 (Game 1)
Niles 15, Portage Northern 1 (Game 2)
No statistics available
Watervliet 8, Constantine 1 (Game 1)
The Panthers slowly pulled away with solo runs in five innings, plus three in the fifth. Maria Buscher had the lone Falcon run, getting on base via a triple. Madellyn Cullifer had the RBI single.
Watervliet 13, Constantine 1 (Game 2)
Big first and third innings put the Panthers in control. Lydia Middleton scored for Constantine on two hits, the RBI by Kaylee Stears. Macey Tulley and Middleton each had two hits with a double for Tulley.
Sturgis 5, Plainwell 2 (Game 1)
Despite rain outs throughout the area and even a baseball cancellation between the schools, the two Trojan teams got their games in Tuesday. Sturgis scored four in the first inning and held on from there on solid pitching by Kiley Weiderman. She struck out 11 and scattered eight hits and two earned runs in her complete game win. Brooke Bodi and Carrigan Carpenter both had three hits, including a homer.
Sturgis 10, Plainwell 7 (Game 2)
Sturgis took a 6-0 lead by the end of the third inning and stayed ahead, although they had to hold off a late comeback bid. Morgan Miller allowed three runs (one earned) in six and 1/3 innings. Shelby Bennett smacked a grand slam and doubled, tallying four RBI and three runs. Madison Peuschel scored thrice on four hits. Bodi and Brecken Myers each notched two RBI.
(At River Valley)
River Valley 17, Howardsville Christian 2 (Game 1)
Cameron Jones-McNally had two hits and a run in the Eagle defeat. Kayla Hagenbuch had two RBI and Alayna Brown scored the other run.
River Valley 11, Howardsville Christian 1 (Game 2)
Jones-McNally again had two of their four hits (one triple). Elizabeth Kline scored the lone Eagle run on a RBI single from Abbie VanMarel.
(At Kalamazoo Central)
Kalamazoo Central 7, Loy Norrix 1 (Game 1)
Grace Maguire pitched a complete game with 13 strikeouts. No other statistics were available.
Kalamazoo Central 15, Loy Norrix 1 (Game 2)
Natalie Gross had the complete game with five strikeouts over five innings. For the doubleheader, Stefanie Nizzardini picked up five hits (three doubles) and two RBI. Kearney Miller tallied four hits (one double). Maguire notched four hits (one double) and three RBI.
(At Gull Lake)
Gull Lake 16, Lakeview 0 (Game 1)
Lauren Esman racked up six RBI via a grand slam and two doubles, scoring twice. Elaina Crisman had a three RBI tomer and two runs. Erika Hubbard, Betsy Martens, Ashlee Kramer, and Caitlyn Sanders all scored twice. Esman and Crisman combined for a three-inning perfect game with seven strikeouts.
Gull Lake 11, Lakeview 0 (Game 2)
Esman and Crisman again allowed no hits together, this time over five innings with 11 strikeouts. Crisman had two hits, tow RBI, and two runs. Kramer scored twice and both Hannah Lord and Kaitlyn Jerke tallied two RBI.
Schoolcraft 13, Galesburg-Augusta 0 (Game 1)
Mikayla Meade pitched a no-hitter in the game’s five innings, striking out six with only one walk surrendered. Jordan Watts delivered a grand slam and scored twice. Danielle Blyly smacked a solo homer and Sophie Ridge scored thrice.
Schoolcraft 15, Galesburg-Augusta 0 (Game 2)
Offensively for Schoolcraft, Adrienne Rosey picked up four RBI and three runs on a homer, double, and single. Blyly scored thrice on two hits. Katie Parker tripled and scored two runs with Watts and Paige Reed also scoring twice. Brianna Brady had the lone Ram hit.
(At Kalamazoo Christian)
Kalamazoo Christian 11, Watervliet 2 (Game 1)
A six-run sixth inning helped seal game one for the Comets. Jayme Koning gave up one hit in her complete game, allowing two runs (one earned) with seven strikeouts and six walks. Offensively, Koning had four RBI via a single and double. Sydney Duong scored four times and Reagan Broekhuizen stroked a three-run homer. Zoe Hazelhoff was a homer shy of the cycle and tallied two RBI.
Kalamazoo Christian 8, Watervliet 1 (Game 2)
Hazelhoff had the complete game win with two hits and an unearned run, striking out three. Koning smacked a grand slam and doubled for two runs and four RBI. Duong scored twice and added two RBI on a homer, double, and single. Sammy Gano also came home twice.
(At Delton Kellogg)
Delton Kellogg 11, Hackett Catholic 1 (Game 1)
The Panthers held the Irish to only two singles. Emily Wheaton scored on hers with the RBI by Colleen McNally. Audrey Schau also made it on base.
Delton Kellogg 7, Hackett Catholic 5 (Game 2)
The Irish jumped ahead with a four run first inning. Hackett kept a 5-4 lead all the way to the sixth inning, where DK took control with three runs. Wheaton scored twice and tripled. McNally added two RBI on two hits with a run and pitched a complete game.
Constantine 2, Lawton 1 (Game 1)
The Falcons claimed a pitcher’s duel on the strength of Lydia Middleton, who allowed only the one run despite five hits and six walks. Macey Tulley scored on a double and Charlee Balcom scored with a single. Brianna Herrick had the lone Constantine RBI.
Lawton 8, Constantine 2 (Game 2)
A seven-run second inning allowed the Blue Devils to take game two. Tulley doubled and scored for the Falcons with two hits and a run by Raigan Dumm. Middleton pitched four innings in relief with one run allowed.
Centreville 19, Eau Claire 2 (Game 1)
Joanna Larsen and Kamryn Troyer both hit home runs for the Bulldogs with triples by Olivia Deeds and Jaeden Blades. Larsen also doubled twice, getting four total RBI. Blades, Mckenzi Troyer, and Mckenzie Sheteron each scored three runs. Sheteron added three RBI.
Centreville 20, Eau Claire 0 (Game 2)
Game two had homers from Larsen, Deeds, and Sheteron, plus a triple by Sheteron. Blades tallied three runs and three RBI with Sheteron also getting three RBI. Makenzi Troyer and Deeds combined for a no-hitter in the game’s three innings. Eight Bulldogs scored twice.
Decatur 13, Mendon 12 (Game 1, 8 innings)
This game saw a combined 21 hits and 22 walks. The Raiders went ahead 6-1, followed by a 10-7 Mendon lead after five innings. Decatur got one in the sixth and two in the seventh to force extras. The Hornets had two in the eighth, but the Raiders topped them with three in the bottom half.
Offensively for the Hornets, Mia Bailey scored thrice on two hits and two walks. Cierra Nightingale tripled and walked thrice, scoring one. Kiana Gray scored twice on a hit and three walks. Juliana Hagenbuch had two runs, two walks, two RBI, and a hit.
Decatur 9, Mendon 3 (Game 2, suspended)
The Raiders had a 9-3 lead when game two was halted due to darkness in the third inning.
Hartford 11, Cassopolis 1 (Game 1)
Hartford’s Karly Manning held the Rangers to only two hits and one run, striking out eight. Cassopolis’s lone run came on a solo home run by Maile Barber.
Hartford 16, Cassopolis 0 (Game 2)
Only Madison Suseland got a Ranger hit against Lainey Goodson in game two.
Marcellus 15, Bangor 0 (Game 1)
McKenna Rogers gave up only one hit in three innings, striking out three. Megan Ellis scored thrice and tallied three RBI with a double and single. Myia Riggs tripled and singled for three RBI and two runs. Lillian Tone added three hits (one double) for two runs and three RBI.
Marcellus 17, Bangor 0 (Game 2)
Rogers tossed another four scoreless innings with five hits given up. She had a big game offensively with a homer, double, and single for six total RBI and a run. Ellis tripled, doubled, and singled for three runs. Riggs had four hits (one triple), four hits, and three RBI. Tone homered and doubled for three RBI and two runs. JoLeigh Small and Alison Lamoreaux each had three runs.
Bloomingdale 9, White Pigeon 4 (Game 1)
White Pigeon 4, Bloomingdale 4 (Game 2, suspended)
No statistics available.