Harper Creek goalkeeper Kelly Klutts recorded her third shutout of the young soccer season as the Beavers defeated Sturgis 2-0 Tuesday night. Klutts made seven saves in the home victory.
With the win, Harper Creek improves to 2-2-1 overall.
Allegra Baird scored the game’s first goal on an assist from Jill Bammer to take a 1-0 lead. Later, Bammer was rewarded for her assist with a goal of her own, this time on an assist from teammate Liv Alexander to seal the 2-0 win.
MORE GIRLS’ SOCCER
(At) Pennfield 6, Olivet 0 (Mon.): Kaylor Beech and Emily Biergeder scored two goals each for the Panthers (3-1) in the victory. Also scoring goals for Pennfield were Jaylyn Shepard and Clare LeRoux. Naomi Davis had five assists in the game, while Mekenzie Lamb got the shutout in goal. For Olivet (0-5), goalkeeper Emily McAdams had 14 saves.
(At) Homer 15-14, Athens 0-6: Noelle Fuller had two singles and a double for Athens in the doubleheader. Also for the Indians, Kelcie Weeks and Autumn Smith had two doubles apiece.
East Lansing 10-10, Marshall 0-9: The only hit for the Redhawks (2-4) in the first game came from Kara Hulce, who managed a single. At the plate in Game 2, Elisa Saara had two singles, Kaylie Bates had a double and two RBIs, and Taylor Towery-Phillips reached on a triple.
Pennfield 15-14, (at) Galesburg-Augusta 0-13: The winning pitcher in Game 1 for Pennfield (4-3) was Alexa Stephenson with two strikeouts. Offensively, Kaylee Clothier had a double and two RBIs. Brooke Lenz was the Game 2 pitcher for the Panthers and picked up the win. Kaitlyn Wilkey went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, Clothier was 3-for-5, and Lenz helped her cause with three hits in the win.
Olivet 5-12, Comstock 3-10: Jaclyn Groves struck out seven batters and allowed just four hits as she picked up the win in Game 1 for the Eagles (5-1). Hannah Mathie, Kara Mott, and Groves each had two hits in the first game for Olivet. The winning pitcher for Game 2 was Shawna Morton, who struck out eight batters in the victory. At the plate, Mathie, Hailey Jungel, and Morton each had three hits, while Mott and Alyssa Meeker had two hits apiece. Meeker hit a home run in the Game 2 victory.
Bronson 10-14, Centreville 0-0: Skyler Sobeski toed the rubber in Game 1 for the Vikings (6-1, 2-0 BCS East), striking out 12 batters in her five innings. Kelsey Robinson was 3-for-3 in the game, while Sobeski and Kinslea Blouin each homered in the contest. Allie Sikorski also had three hits in the win. In Game 2, Adyson Lasky pitched five scoreless innings to pick up the win. Robinson had two singles, while Blouin was 3-for-4 with two triples in the victory. Lasky helped her own cause with a double and a single, and Kiana Mayer had two singles as well as two stolen bases.
(At) Homer 14-12, Athens 0-2: Brock Ridgeway won Game 1 for the Trojans (5-3. 2-0 Big 8), giving up just three hits while striking out nine batters. At the plate for Homer, Steve Salow had three hits and an RBI, and Ridgeway helped his own cause with two RBIs. Nate Sitkiewics had a double and two RBIs, while Gary Tompkins had a triple and two RBIs in the win. In Game 2, Nick Hollenbaugh got a win on the mound through five innings, four hits, and four strikeouts. Ridgeway contributed with 5 RBIs for the Trojans, while Tyler George knocked in three runs in the game. For Athens (1-3, 0-2 Big Eight), Braxton Rivera and Jacob Martin each had two hits.
(At) Tekonsha 13-11, Burr Oak 5-0: Andrie Stumpos picked up the win on the mound in game one for Tekonsha (2-0, 2-0 SCAA) with 4 strikeouts. Dwight Devenney had two doubles and three RBIs in Game 1, while Connor Jenkins chipped in with two hits as well. In Game 2, Mark Copas threw a five inning no-hitter with six strikeouts. Devenney had two hits in the game for the Indians.
Lakeview 10-8, (at) Portage Northern 0-3: In Game 1, Jake Herbers toed the rubber for five innings and struck out six batters to pick up the win. Travis Synder had three hits, while Gavin Homer had two hits for Lakeview (6-1). In Game 2 for the Spartans, Hunter Bost was the winning pitcher, while Nate Jones had two hits, including a triple. Nick Jones and Herbers each had two hits in the second game for Lakeview.
Lansing Christian 5-5, (at) Olivet 3-2: For Olivet (2-3, 2-2 GLAC) in the first game, Jake Koeske was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs, and Brendan Whitely also added a double and scored two runs. In Game 2, Whitely had another double and scored a run, while Freddy Fuentes and Jake Koeske managed a double and scored a run.
(At) St. Patrick 19-6, Bellevue 4-3: In the Game 1 loss, Jakob Hall scored two runs on one hit and Garrett Waterbury had two hits in the game for Bellevue. In a cloes Game 2, Waterbury, Hall, and Ryan Madry each had two hits for the Broncos.
Centreville 5-7, Bronson 4-0: Daniel McMichael struck out nine batters in seven innings for the Vikings (1-7. 0-2 BCS East). Ethan Cossairt had two hits, while Phillip Mandoka went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Noah Roberts and Coty Bennett also knocked in runs for Bronson in Game 1. In the second game, Bennett, Ben Byler, Tyler Roussey, Mandoka, and McMichael each had a hit.
Pennfield 5-17, (at) Galesburg-Augusta 3-1: Toeing the rubber in Game 1 for Pennfield (6-1) was Junior VanValkenberg with five innings, six strikeouts, and allowing just two earned runs on four hits. Tanner Dean was 2-for-3 with a double, while Brandun Rugg and Jeremy Cook each had two hits in the game. Cook was the winning pitcher in Game 2, giving up just one hits and striking out 10 batters. Kyle Moore was 3-for-4 with a double in the game, and Darian Brown hit a three run homer on his way to a four RBI game.
(At) Maple Valley 8-2, Leslie 0-1: Andrew Brighton was the winning pitcher in Game 1 for Maple Valley (3-3, 3-1 GLAC), as he struck out 11 opponents and didn’t walk a single batter. Jacob Brighton scored three runs on his two hits in the first game, while Beau Johnson went 2-for-3 with a run scored and a stolen base. In Game 2, Johnson was the winning pitcher, going six innings and giving up just one earned run and striking out 11 batters. Johnson and Payton Rourke knocked in the only two runs of the game for the Lions.
(At) Climax-Scotts 2-7, Pittsford 0-0: In Game 1, Ethan Vosburg allowed three hits with 11 strikeouts to earn the shutout victory for Climax-Scotts. At the plate for the Panthers, Brandon Haynes was 2-for-2 with two runs scored; TJ Gibson had two hits and two RBIs and Cody Campbell had two hits. In Game 2 for C-S (2-2, 2-0 SCAA), Adam Audette got the shutout victory, allowing one hit with seven strikeouts over four innings. Offensively, Haynes was 4-for-4; Vosburg had two hits and Gibson had a hit and an RBI.
East Lansing 6-7, Marshall 1-7: In Game 1 for Marshall, Tyler Weck went 2-for-3. In Game 2, which was suspended due to darkness, Alex Walton had a double and an RBI and Logan Brigham had a double with two RBIs for the Redhawks (0-4-3).
Adrian Maple Invitational (Mon.): Coldwater took first place with a total score of 346, while Harper Creek finished sixth with 374 in the eight team tournament at Lenawee Country Club. Coldwater’s top golfers were Nolan Duda (81), Nate Waterbury (84), Stephan Boston (88), and Keagan Dwyer (93). The Beavers’ top four included Alex Johnson (84), Kyle Pape (94), Nick Robinson (98), and Zach Wilson (98).
(At) Lakeview 7, Harper Creek 6: The host Spartans edged their cross-town rival, thanks to six second-half goals. Lakeview (2-1) was led by PJ Brady with a three-goal hat trick effort. Harper Creek (2-4) was led by Mitchell Flesch with two goals, with single goals from Chandler Cunningham, Conner Gilbert, Ben Leatherman and Mikey VanVleet.
BOYS’ TRACK & FIELD
(At) Lakeview 136, Loy Norris 27: Pole vault: Michael Martin (L) 12-6; High jump: Daniel Walker (L) 6-4; Long jump: DaLeon Graham (L) 20-6; Discus: Michael Miller (L) 127-11; Shot put: Miller (L) 39-2; 3,200 Relay: Brandon VanOosten, Ethan Parr, Jaden Sebring, Jon Haadsma (L) 8:29.46; 110 hurdles: Darvious Wallace (LN) 15.08; 100: JayVion Settles (L) 11.49; 800 Relay: Darrian Irby, Malik Schrad, Settles, Jaylen Boggerty (L) 1:34.93; 1600: Haadsma (L) 4:45.24; 400 Relay: C.J. Foster, Geonta Miller, Schrad, Settles (L) 45.84; 400: Irby (L) 51.37; 300 hurdles: Walker (L) 41.16; 800: Haadsma (L) 2:02.52; 200: Irby (L) 23.24; 3,200: VanOosten (L) 10:56.46; 1,600 Relay: Irby, Matt Barrett, Jaden Sebring, Walker (L) 3:32.40.
(At) Charlotte 139, Pennfield 20: Shot put: DaWan Smith (P) 39-9.5; High jump: Sy Barnett (C) 6-1; Pole Vault: Adam Sherman (C) 9-0; Long jump: Smith (P) 20-7.5; Discus: Logan Ursey (C) 99-7; 3,200 Relay: Charlotte 9.23.98; 110 hurdles: Tyler Bandy (C) 17.90; 100: Barnett (C) 11.56; 800 Relay: Charlotte 1:35.74; 1,600: Miles Garn (C) 5:10.92; 400 Relay: Pennfield 48.38; 400: Tyler Davis (C) 53.59; 300 hurdles: Bandy (C) 46.97; 800: Justin Anderson (C) 2:10.97; 200: Barnett (C) 24.16; 3,200: Garn (C) 10:27.55; 1,600 Relay: Charlotte 3:59.31.
GIRLS’ TRACK & FIELD
(At) Lakeview 102, Loy Norrix 60: Pole vault: Hannah Emery (L) 10-9; High jump: Ahnissah Myles (LN) 4-6; Long jump: Kiki Buchanan (LN) 15-4; Discus: Morgan Hawkins (LN) 87-9.5; Shot put: Brianna Cavinder (L) 31-9; 3,200 Relay: Logann Haluzska, Meggie Riegle, Taylar Coyer, Payton Stine (L) 10:46.14; 100 hurdles: Hannah Emery (L) 17.37; 100: Alexis Williams (L) 12.54; 800 Relay: Loy Norrix 1:53.01; 1600: Maggie Farrell (L) 5:29.08; 400 Relay: Jakayla Potter, Emery, Yaqar Elmore, Williams (L) 53.14; 400: Lily Steinecke (L) 1:02.84; 300 hurdles: Kennedy Wheeler (L) 54.90; 800: Farrell (L) 2:32.96; 200: Champagne Bennett (LN) 27.06; 3,200: Haluzska (L) 11:56.14; 1,600 Relay: Steinecke, Wheeler, Taylor Watson, Farrell (L) 4:34.75.
(At) Charlotte 108, Pennfield 51: Shot put: Allie Telfor (C) 28-5; High jump: Emily Helfrich (C) 5-3; Pole vault: Haylee Ribbey-Johnson (P) 8-0; Long jump: Annaka Pacino (C) 14-2.5; Discus: Jamie Challender (C) 81-7; 3,200 Relay: Charlotte 12:03.49; 100 hurdles; Arabia Bacon (P) 17.06; 100: Ally Goeman (C) 13.04; 800 Relay: Charlotte 1:51.59; 1,600: Kirsten Anderson (C) 6:31.34; 400 Relay: Charlotte 54.82; 400: Brianna Hasler (C) 1:04.47; 300 hurdles: Bacon (P) 51.00; 800: Anderson (C) 2:53.34; 200: Goeman (C) 28.63; 3,200: Hannah Vanderstelt (C) 14:30.15; 1,600 Relay: Charlotte 4:40.99.
Lakeview 8, Kalamazoo Central 0:
Singles: No. 1: Anne Sangliana (L) d. Helen O’Leary 6-0, 6-3; No. 2: Julia Ryan (L) d. Maya Chapell 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Marin Nakashima (L) d. Dawie Maphosa 6-0, 6-2; No. 4: Autumn Babas (L) d. Terry Bieblly 6-2, 6-0; Doubles: No. 1: Ellie Denison/Michelle Zhang (L) d. Emily Spilman/Olivia Shinavier 6-0, 6-1; No. 2: Megan Wendt/Haley Lesiow (L) d. Al-Nisa Vaughn/Kaylyn Fales 6-1, 6-0; No. 3: Carli Fettig/Lindsey Bradeen (L) d. Subi Thakali/McKenzie Sietsma 6-1, 6-0; No. 4: Margaret Vumzathang/Madison Schrader (L) d. Ryda Sundila/Alaya Neville 6-0, 6-1.