Zach Nelson and Ian Mullis pitched the St. Philip High baseball team to an SCAA sweep over Burr Oak on Friday.
The Tigers won the opener 12-0 as Nelson went five innings on the mound and allowed only one hit while striking out four. In Game 2, Mullis tossed three innings, allowing three hits with a strikeout.
Offensively in the opener for St. Philip, Nick Hurst, Brendan Gausselin and Nelson each had a hit and two RBIs, and Blake Groat had one hit and an RBI.
In the nightcap, Hunter Haley went 3-for-3 with three RBIs, Hurst went 3-for-3 with an RBI, Zach Spiegla had two hits and two RBIs, Groat had two RBIs and Nelson had a pair of hits.
Mendon 12-10, (at) Athens 3-4 (Thu.): The host Indians (6-20 overall) dropped a pair of non-league games to the Hornets.
For Athens in Game 1, Austin Cole and Preston Stemaly both had doubles. In Game 2 for the Indians, Stemaly had a two-run double, and Braxton Rivera and Robert Hind had two singles apiece.
Bellevue 13-12, (at) Burr Oak 12-2 (Thu.): The Broncos swept the SCAA doubleheader.
In Game 1, the two teams combined for 16 hits. For Bellevue in the opener, Jake Hall (home run), Cody Cole (two doubles) and Brad Jones combined for seven hits and five RBIs, Bryce Dolph scored twice and had an RBI, and winning pitcher Cody Rauschenberger allowed 12 runs over five innings and still got the victory with eight strikeouts.
In Game 2, a five-inning affair, Dalton Burdick struck out six and allowed one earned run and four hits. Cole Madry had four hits and three RBIs at the plate, and with hits and RBIs apiece were Hall, Brad Jones, Zach Osborn, Garrett Waterbury and Noah Briggs.
Bronson 16-10, (at) Centreville 0-0 (Thu.): The visiting Vikings, ranked No. 2 in Division 3, swept the St. Joe Valley twinbill to win the league title and improve to 29-4, 11-1.
In Game 1, Lindsey Sikorski allowed two singles and had eight strikeouts in four innings. Offensively, Sikorski went 3-for-3 with a triple and a stolen base; Kassidy Bystry had three hits, including a double, and an RBI; Skyler Sobeski had two hits, including a double, and three RBIs; Liz Baker had two singles and an RBI; Hannah Hoover had a single and a double; and Kelsey Robinson had two singles. In Game 2, Sobeski threw a seven-inning perfect game with 10 strikeouts. Offensively, Liz Baker had a double and a grand slam with five RBIs; Sobeski ihad two singles and two RBIs; Sikorski had a double and two RBIs; and Bystry had two singles and a stolen base.
(At) Jonesville 4-12, Union City 3-8 (Thu.): The visiting Chargers dropped both ends of the Big Eight doubleheader. In Game 1, losing pitcher Marissa Mead went 4-for-4 at the plate with a double and a triple, Riley Smith had a double and an RBI, and Skyler Herman had a double. In Game 2, losing hurler Mead had an RBI single; Shayne Hasty had two hits, including a triple, plus an RBI and scored twice; and Haley Harty had a double, an RBI and two runs scored.
Notre Dame Prep 11, Pennfield 9 (Thu.): Pennfield ended its season with a loss in the state regionals. For the Panthers, Chris Acton had four goals, Nathan Everett had two, Bryce Borhmann had a goal and four assists, Michael Davis and Sam Lehouiller had single goals, and goalie Collin Prideaux made 16 saves.
Pennfield 2, (at) K-Central 1 (Thu.): Kayler Beech and Baylee Shelton scored for the Panthers (11-5-2). Shelton and Rachel DeHart shared goalkeeping duties, making eight saves between them. Pennfield next faces Parchment in round one of districts on Tuesday.
SCAA Championship (Mon.): At Binder Park, Hillsdale Academy was first with 347, St. Philip second with 354, Climax-Scotts third with 375, J-Christian fourth with 387, Colon fifth with 426 and North Adams-Jerome sixth with 441. For the final standings, first through sixth, it was the same six as in the above order.
Scoring for St. Philip: Fred Hallacy 77, Levi Burgett 90, Brendan Gausselin 90 and Jack Luoma 97. For Climax-Scotts: Josh Fleck 86, Anson Mannes 87, Cody Moody 89 and Weston Williams 113. For Colon: Brett Prell 92, Andrew Mock 103, Harrison Sillings 112 and Chase Farrand 119.