Freshman Whitney Holden went 2-for-4 with a game-ending double and a 2-run homer to propel Plymouth to an 11-1 KLAAConference girls softball win Monday over .
Brittney Miller also went 3-for-3 with a double and three RBI as Plymouth improved to 8-1 overall and 5-0 in theSouth Division.
Jennywas the winning pitcher going all six innings. She allowed just five hits.
Sophomore pitcher Ally Cummings, who suffered the loss, gave up eight hits over six innings as. She also collected two hits as slipped to 6-2 overall and 3-2 in the Central Division.
Meanwhile, Plymouth improved to 5-0 overall and 5-0 in the KLAA South.
In Saturday’sHills Mercy Invitational, defeated , 11-5, as Madison and Jamie each collected three .
In the other game, host Mercy downed, 8-2, as Ally Cummings and Casey each had an RBI, but a bases-loaded triple in the fifth inning snapped a 2-2 deadlock and led to a six-run uprising by the Marlins.
CANTON 9, NOVI 0: The Chiefs (4-0, 4-0) proved to be opportunistic Friday getting some timely hitting while taking advantage of some miscues to earn a KLAAConference crossover triumph over the host Wildcats (5-1, 3-1).
The Chiefs led 1-0 after four innings before scoring three times in the fifth and five more in the sixth to hand(5-1, 3-1 KLAA Central) its first setback of the season.
Hannahand Elizabeth each had two RBI, while Warren and Dawson added two hits apiece for the victorious Chiefs.
Madisoncollected two hits for .
Canton starterPayne threw a complete-game 4-hitter to earn the victory for Canton, while starter Ally Cummings suffered the loss.
NOVI 8-11, SOUTH LYON EAST 7-5: The Wildcats (5-0, 3-0) picked up two victories Wednesday by collecting a total of 25 hits to down visiting South Lyon East (0-3 KLAA Central) in a double-header.
Nicole Ireland went 2-for-4 with three RBI, including walk off single with bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh to win the opener, 8-7.
Other top hitters for the Wildcats included Megan(3-for-4, RBI); Hope (2-for-4, two RBI); (2-for-4, RBI); and Ally Cummings (2-for-4, RBI).
Winning pitcher Madisonscattered 10 hits over seven innings to up her record to 2-0.
In the nightcap, Cummings went all seven innings allowing six hits to earn the victory. She also went 2-for-4 at the plate, while freshman Allisonwas 2-for-4 with three RBI. also chipped in with two hits and an RBI.
SALEM 5-15, NORTHVILLE 3-14: In a KLAA Central Division double-header Wednesday, the host Rocks (3-0, 3-0) completed the sweep against the Mustangs (3-2, 1-2) by winning a wild second game that lasted 2<AF>1/2<XA> hours.
, which fell in the opener, 5-3, trailed 12-5 heading into the top of the seventh in the nightcap before exploding for nine runs to take a 14-12 advantage.
But Salem rallied back for three in the bottom half of the inning. Back-to-back singles by Kara Hutchinson and Emily Stewart sparked the comeback.RBI single then tied it. Two walks and a wild pitch later, the Rocks tallied the game-winning run.
Jamie Squires led Salem’s 14-hit attack with three hits, including a pair of homers.
Ashleywent 3-for-4 highlighted by a fourth-inning homer, while losing pitcher Sarah added two hits for .
In Game One, Meganwent 3-for-4, while added two hits, but it wasn’t enough as starter Allison took the loss.
and Sara Moos also scored runs for .
went 3-for-4 to pace Salem.
“We have some things we need to work on, but we’re continuing to make progress,”coach Jim Ritz said. “Obviously I’m very proud of the girls for fighting back In the 7 with 9 runs, it shows a lot of heart.”
FRANKLIN ROAD 12, GREENHILLS 5: On April 14, junior Hannah Rayburn went 3-for-4 with three RBI and senior Katiewent 2-for-4 with two RBI as Franklin Road Christian (1-0, 1-0) defeated host Ann Arbor in a Michigan Independent Athletic Conference Red Division game.
Freshman Kaylawent all seven innings, allowing just one earned run on four hits as the Warriors defeated for the first time in school history.
NOVI 10, DEXTER 5: Senior Jennawent 2-4 with two runs batted April 14 as the Wildcats (3-0) returned from spring break for a non-conference victory over the visiting Dreadnaughts (1-2).
Megan, Casey and Nicole Ireland each added an RBI, sophomore Ally Cummings went the distance on the mound for scattering 11 hits to improve her record to 2-0.
The Dreadnaughts out-hit11-6, but committed six errors. , meanwhile, overcame a total of four errors.