Prep roundup: Sixth-ranked Marshall girls' soccer edges Lakeview, 1-0

Prep roundup: Sixth-ranked Marshall girls' soccer edges Lakeview, 1-0


Prep roundup: Sixth-ranked Marshall girls' soccer edges Lakeview, 1-0


Sydney Reichenbaugh scored an unassisted goal with about 10 minutes remaining to play as the Marshall girls’ soccer team earned a tough 1-0 victory over host Lakeview in SMAC East action on Friday.

Kelsey Postema made five saves in the Marshall nets, helping the Division 3 sixth-ranked Redhawks improve to 11-1 overall and 4-1 in the league.

Goalkeeper Maddie Olsen matched that amount of saves for Lakeview, which is now 8-1 overall and also 4-1 in the SMAC East.


(At) Parchment 6, Olivet 1: Lauren Westlake scored the Eagles’ lone goal, and Lena Peak had an assist. In goal for Olivet (1-9), Maddy Collins made seven saves and Ashley Harmison made three.

(At) Delton Kellogg 1, Allegan 0: Sarah Rendon scored the host Panthers’ goal on an assist from Rachel Parker. Christy Gonzalez made three saves in the D-K nets. The Panthers had 23 shots compared to Allegan’s five, and Allegan’s goalkeeper made seven saves.


Pennfield 4-2, (at) Schoolcraft 3-13: In Game 1, Pennfield’s Megan DeHart got the complete-game win with four strikeouts. At the plate for the Panthers, Shelby Miller was 4-for-5, DeHart had a hit and two runs scored and Ashley Kalldren and Danielle Case had a hit and an RBI apiece. In Game 2 for Pennfield (6-8, 6-4 KVA), Miller was 2-for-4 while Hannah Lenz had a hit and an RBI.

(At) Coldwater 7-14, Loy Norrix 0-4: The host Cardinals improved to 9-6 overall and 6-2 in the SMAC East with the sweep. In Game 1, winning pitcher Jessica Becks had nine strikeouts while tossing a four-hitter, and Michaela Gillette had three singles at the plate. In Game 2, which went five innings, Payton Watson had two singles and a double; Becks and Gillette had two singles and two RBI each; Kenzie Galloway had two doubles and two RBI; Morgan Howard had two singles and an RBI; and Kattie Ness was the winning hurler.

(At) Marshall 6-9, Parma Western 1-0: The host Redhawks won both ends of the non-league twinbill and are now 4-4 overall. In Game 1, Katie Jarvis got the circle triumph with six strikeouts. Offensively, Jarvis had three singles and a triple; Cassidy Crouch (two RBI) and Lauren Long had two singles each; and Morgan Benham and Sarah Wedel each had singles. In Game 2, Jarvis again was the winning pitcher and again went 4-for-4 with a triple, double, two singles and an RBI — making her 8-for-8 in the doubleheader. Also, E.J. Marshall had three singles; and Crouch had a triple, a single and three RBI.

(At) Climax-Scotts 17-23, St. Philip 2-0: Both games went three innings as the host Panthers improved to 8-2 overall and 7-1 in the SCAA. Megan Smith was the winning pitcher in both contests. In Game 1 for C-S, Janae Langs had a triple, a single and five RBI; Destiny Froberg and Anna Lodes had a single and two RBI each; and Sydney Macomber had a single, a triple and an RBI. In Game 2, Langs had a single and two RBI; Froberg had a two-run homer and a single; and Stephanie Ashley had a single, a double and two RBI.

(At) Tekonsha 2-5, Camden-Frontier 1-10: In Game 1, Tekonsha’s Katie Jenkins allowed three hits with eight strikeouts to get the complete-game victory. At the plate for the Indians, Nicole Stanley provided a walk-off RBI single, while Jenkins was 2-for-2 with an RBI. In Game 2, Jenkins had two hits including a double and an RBI. Also for the Indians (4-5, 4-3 SCAA), Mackenzie Norman was 3-for-4 and Kelsee Thompson had a hit and two RBIs.


Maple Valley 3-6, (at) K-Hackett 0-5: The visiting Lions handed Kalamazoo Hackett — ranked No. 4 in D-3 — its first two losses of the season in this KVA twinbill. In Game 1, Kyle Brumm went the seven-inning distance and allowed only two hits while striking out six. Offensively for the Lions (7-5, 7-5), Tommy Mudge had a single and two RBI; Tyler Hickey had a single, an RBI and a run scored; and Brumm had a single and a run scored. In Game 2, Austin Gonser reached base on an error in the seventh inning and eventually scored the game-winning run on an error. Gonser went 2-for-3 with two runs and two stolen bases; Cody Morris had two singles and a run; Beau Johnson had a single and a run; and Andrew Brighton was the winning pitcher.

Pennfield 9-8, (at) Schoolcraft 7-6: In Game 1, Caleb Frein got the win for Pennfield with eight strikeouts over six innings. At the plate, Tyson Banker had two doubles and an RBI and Brayden Bennett was 3-for-4 with two RBIs. In Game 2, the Panthers’ Tanner Dean picked up the victory over six innings with seven strikeouts. Offensively for Pennfield (7-6, 5-4 KVA), Dean was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, Hunter Hoogakker was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI, and Kyle McGhan was 2-for-2 with an RBI.

(At) Climax-Scotts 7-7, St. Philip 1-1: The host Panthers remained perfect on the season, and are now 11-0 overall and 10-0 in the SCAA. In Game 1, Logan Simmons went the seven-inning distance and allowed one earned run with now walks; Simmons is now 3-0 on the campaign. At the plate for C-S, Adam Audette had a three-run home run, Kyle Millward had three hits (double), Kirk Gibson had two hits, and Aaron Cook had a double and an RBI. In the nightcap, Ethan Vosburg got the complete-game win on a three-hitter with nine strikeouts. Vosburg also had three hits, including a double, and two RBI; Gibson had three hits with two doubles; and Millward had three hits, including a double.

(At) Union City 15, Athens 7: In the completion of a game suspended earlier, which was picked up in the fifth inning, Brady Johnson — who started the original April 26 contest — pitched again Friday and wound up with 11 strikeouts over the two dates. At the plate for Union City, Chris Rieger had a solo home run, a single and three runs scored; Devon DiGiacomo had two singles and an RBI; Darren Austin had two singles, an RBI and three runs scored; Emmett Fraley had two doubles, a single and two RBI; and Nolan Loss had a double, a single and four RBI.

Homer 6, (at) Union City 2: Also on Friday, the Trojans and Chargers completed a game suspended on April 9 in the bottom of the sixth with Homer leading 6-2, and that was the final tally as well. For Homer (12-2, 6-2 Big Eight), Kevin Butters got the mound win; Alex White had three singles; Jarod Warsop had two singles and three RBI; and Nate Sitkiewicz had two hits and an RBI. For Union City (13-3, 6-2), Fraley was the losing hurler (he was the starter on April 9); Wyatt Mead had two singles; Johnson had two singles and scored twice; and DiGiacomo had a single and two RBI.

(At) Bellevue 12-12, Litchfield 7-3: In Game 1 for Bellevue, Jakob Hall got the win with four strikeouts over four innings. Also for the Broncos, Tony Reid had two hits and Cody Raushenberger had a triple and two RBIs. In Game 2 for Bellevue (4-2, 4-2 SCAA), Raushenberger got the win in four innings of work with three strikeouts. At the plate, Bryce Dolph had two hits and two RBIs, Zach Webb had two hits including a triple and two RBIs, and Landen Hess had two hits.

(At) Marshall 13-11, Jackson Co. Western 3-10: The host Redhawks won both matchups, improving to 8-5 overall. In Game 1, Alex Walton was the winning pitcher, going 4 1/3 innings out of the five-inning game and allwing two earned runs with two strikeouts. At the plate, Dan Welke went 3-for-4; Drew Devine had two doubles and three RBI; and Will Patterson, Alex Walton and Mitch Konkle all had two hits. In Game 2, Collin Neal got the mound win in three innings of relief. Welke went 2-for-4 with a home run and four RBI; Ben Walton had a two-run homer; and Collin Neal had two hits and an RBI.


KVA Tri-Meet at Marywood: Host Pennfield was first with a 193, Olivet second with 200 and Constantine third with 244. Pennfield’s top four scorers were Bryce Sidnam (45), Garrett Day (48), Darin Blocker (49) and Tyler Cox (51). Olivet’s Kaegan Carpenter was individual medalist with a 42; other Eagles’ scorers were Ken Koeske (48), Ryan Nail (54) and Justin Kepsel (56).

KVA Tri-Meet at Eastern Hills: Kalamazoo Hackett was first with 151, Delton Kellogg second with 178 and Parchment third with 181. Hackett’s Colin Joseph was medalist with a 34. Scoring for Delton Kellogg were Sarah Shipley (41), Conner Worm (44), Zack Simon (46) and Travis Boze (47).

(At) P-Central 5, Lakeview 3 (SMAC crossover): Singles No. 1: Carly Pratt (PC) d. Rachael Hager 6-1, 6-2. No. 2: Haley Kuppler (PC) d. Ami Kato 6-2, 6-2. No. 3: Anne Sangriana (L) d. Morgan Argoudelis 7-6, 6-2. No. 2: Robin Moore (PC) d. Marino Sugito 6-3, 6-4. Doubles No. 1: Julia Rauch-Sam Galloway (PC) d. Mandy Drikakis-Alisha Horan 6-2, 6-4. No. 2: Katherine Wu-Natalie Liou (PC) d. Kathleen Wendt-Julia Ryan 4-6, 6-2, 6-1. No. 3: Jordan McCann-Ester Sang (L) d. Elena Lentz-Paige Walters 6-3, 6-3. No. 4: Hann’ah Aimesbury-Maddie Schimpf (L) d. Ally Peirce-Yasmeen Saad 6-0, 7-5. Note: Lakeview is ranked No. 8 in D-2, is now 7-1-1 overall and tied with Gull Lake for the SMAC East title; P-Central is ranked No. 9 in D-2, won the SMAC West and is now 8-0 overall.

(At) Pennfield 4, Hastings 4: Singles No. 1: Harley Turner (P) d. Rowe 6-2, 6-4. No. 2: VanDiver (H) d. Sydny Smyers 6-2, 6-2. No. 3: Lisa Dube (P) d. Monroe 6-1, 6-4. No. 4: Sam Penalnd (P) d. Johnson 6-0, 6-2. Doubles No. 1: Harden-Allan (H) d. Katie Perry-Meghan Hagenbuch 6-1, 6-2. No. 2: Anna Porter-Allison Stark (P) d. Wilgus-Dohnin 6-0, 6-1. No. 3: Shinaver-Anderson (H) d. Brianna Gilliard-Crystal Smith 6-2, 7-5. No. 5: Rose-Carter (H) d. Brianna Everline-Allison Schwarz 6-0, 6-3.

Harper Creek 4, (at) Mattawan 4 (SMAC crossover): Singles No. 1: Fouts (M) d. N. Gilbert 6-4, 6-1. No. 2: L. Latshaw (HC) d. Behrman 6-2, 6-2. No. 3: K. Latshaw (HC) d. Goss 7-6, 6-0. No. 4: Howard (M) d. G. Simpson 6-0, 6-0. Doubles No. 1: Irish-Katrack (M) d. C. Gilmore-K. Hancock 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. No. 2: M. Hammond-B. Ballez (HC) d. Frank-Wiggins 6-2, 6-2, No. 3: P. Brady-M. Crumpton (HC) d. Patterson-Bauer 6-0, 6-4. No. 4: Cooperider-McCollum (M) d. E. Moore-K. Murphy 3-6, 7-6, 6-3.


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