KALAMAZOO – The Division 1 third-ranked Lakeview boys’ golf team wrapped up a SMAC East Division title on Wednesday at Milham Park.
Lakeview won the fourth and final league jamboree with a team score of 147, led by Andrew Walker with a 1-under par 34. Also scoring for the Spartans were Matt Alderink (36), James Staab (37) and Bailey Niedzielski and Jared Fisk (40s).
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GLAC Jamboree (Tue.): In the tournament hosted by Stockbridge, Maple Valley took first place with a team score of 161 and Olivet took fourth with 188. For the Lions, the top golfers were Hunter Hilton (39) and Rage Sheldon (41). The Eagles were led by Daniel Higgins (43), Jake Andrews (48), and Drake Norton (48).
Marshall 4, (at) Harper Creek 0: Marshall earned the outright Interstate Eight Conference championship after picking up its ninth consecutive victory. The Redhawks (10-2-2) were led on the night by Abbie Hershock with two goals; Gabby Hoffman and Abby Ufkes had a goal apiece; Shannon Hicks and Carlee Long had two assists apiece and Georgianna Pratley had an assist. Tessa Hollister made 18 saves in net for the Beavers, who fall to 4-8-2 on the year and 1-5-1 in league play.
Delton Kellogg 5, (at) Schoolcraft 3 (Tue.): Autumn Russell had two goals and an assist to lead Delton Kellogg in the KVA victory. Also for the Panthers (9-4-2, 3-2 KVA), Riley Smith had a goal and an assist, Bailee Tigchelaar and Lill Howard had a goal apiece and Ambrosia McManus added an assist. In goal, Hannah Butchbaker made nine saves.
Olivet 8, Maple Valley 0: Kylie Falk had three goals and two assists in the GLAC victory for Olivet. Also for the Eagles (2-10, 2-6 GLAC), Kayti Case had two goals and one assists; Ashley Harmison and Loren Westlake had a goal and an assist apiece and Paige Fountain scored. In goal for Olivet, Emily McAdam made one save. Maple Valley’s Elysia Piedrola made four saves in goal.
(At) Marshall 7-3, Jackson Northwest 6-6: In Game 1 for Marshall, Scott Reagle picked up the victory in relief while going 2-for-4 at the plate with an RBI. In Game 2 for the Redhawks, Drew DeVine was 2-for-3 with an RBI while Mason Griffith was 2-for-3 with two runs scored.
Coldwater 10-7, (at) Charlotte 1-2 (Tue.): Jordan Butler pitched the complete-game victory in Game 1 for Coldwater, allowing one run on five hits with 14 strikeouts. At the plate for the Cardinals, Nicholas Shaw had two doubles, a triple and four RBIs; Austin Krzeminski had two hits and two RBIs; Martin Johnson doubled and Randall Linton had two hits. In Game 2 for Coldwater (19-6, 8-3 I-8), Sean Printke earned the win in four innings, allowong one run on one hit with four strikeouts. At the plate, Brendan Spangler had two doubles and an RBI while Shaw had two hits with a double and an RBI.
(At) Colon 11-9, Bellevue 0-1 (Tue.): In Game 1 for Colon, Spencer Smolarz had two RBIs and a run scored. Ronny Moyer picked up the victory in five innings with seven strikeouts while allowing just two hits. Bellevue was led by Garrett Waterbury with two hits. In Game 2 for the Magi, Daniel Alva eared the win over six innings with 11 strikeouts while allowing one run on three hits. Offensively for Colon, Moyer had four hits including three doubles and a homer; Smolarz had two hits and two RBIs; Bailey Tyler had two hits and two RBIs and Chris Frame had two hits. For Bellevue, Jakob Hall had two hits including a double.
Climax-Scotts 16-10, (at) Jackson Christian 0-0 (Tue.): Ethan Vosburg got the win in Game 1, throwing a perfect game through three innings. Leading hitters for Game 1 for the Panthers (14-4, 11-1 SCAA) were Brandon Hayes with two hits and an RBI, Zack Mobley had two hits, two RBIs, a double, and scored three runs, and T.J. Gibson with two hits, two runs, and two RBIs. In Game 2, Hayes got the win on the mound, throwing four innings and striking out eight batters. At the plate in the nightcap, Hayes had three hits and an RBI, while Dylan Butler and Cody Campbell each had two hits and an RBI.
(At) Quincy 10, Homer 9 (Tue.): Steve Salow had two singles, a double and an RBI for Homer. Nate Sitkiewicz had two singles and four RBIs. (19-8, 7-3 Big Eight). Second Game was suspended due to darkness with Homer leading 5-4 in the bottom of the fourth inning.
Union City 3-10, (at) Reading 0-9 (Tue.): In Game 1, Seth Bruce was the winning pitcher for the Chargers (14-11, 7-5 Big Eight). Bruce also helped himself at the plate with a double and a single. Also for Union City, Darren Austin had two singles and scored twice, and Eli Way had a single and a run scored. In Game 2, Austin was the winning pitcher through six innings and struck out seven batters. At the plate, Bruce had two doubles, two runs scored, and an RBI. Way had two hits and two RBIs, Austin had three hits and an RBI, and Kenyon Stuchell had a triple and knocked in a pair of runs.
(At) Olivet 3-9, Leslie 2-5 (Tue.): At the plate in the Game 1 victory for the Eagles, Jake Koeske was 2-for-3 with a double, Freddy Fuentes drove in a run, and Parker Smith had a double and crossed the plate once. In Game 2 for Olivet, Delbert Redfield had a double, a triple, an RBI and scored two runs. Also at the plate, Troy Saxman was 3-for-3 while Fuentes and Wyatt DeGroot each had two hits. Zane Madry added two hits, including a double, two RBIs, and a run scored.
(At) Cassopolis 4-4, Bronson 3-8 (Tue.): For the Vikings in Game 1, Ben Byler went 2-for-2 with an RBI. Also driving in runs were Thadd Herman and Tommy Littlefield. In Game 2, Coty Bennett got the win on the mound after five innings of work for Bronson (10-14, 3-5 BCS East). At the plate, Brenden Bell had two hits, Herman had two RBIs, and Noah Roberts added a double and drove in a run.
Jackson Northwest 19-16, (at) Marshall 0-4: In Game 1 for Marshall, Mical Knafel had two hits. In Game 2 for the Redhawks (3-27, 0-14 I-8), Elisa Saari had two hits including a double; Kaylie Bates had a double and an RBI; and MacKenzie Benham had two hits.
(At) Jonesville 17-14, Athens 13-11: On the day for Athens, Noelle Fuller had seven hits; Hannah Fairchild had two doubles and a homer; Jenny Smittendorf and Aubrey Cole had three hits apiece; Kelcie Weeks had three hits including a double and Jillayne Wheeler had four hits.
Bronson 12-10, (at) Cassopolis 0-7 (Tue.): Skyler Sobeski threw a five inning no-hitter in Game 1 for the Vikings (22-7, 8-0 BCS East), striking out 10. Sobeski also had twoRBIs in the game, as did Payton Robinson. In Game 2, Adyson Lasky got the win in the circle for Bronson. At the plate, Kelsey Robinson was 3-for-3, while Hannah Hoover, Sobeski, Kinslea Blouin, Allie Sikorski, and Kaitlyn Czajkowski each had two hits in the nightcap.
(At) Bellevue 15-8, Maple Valley 6-0: In Game 1 for Bellevue, Brandy Mathewson earned the win. In Game 2 for the Broncos (9-7) Sierra Brandon earned the victory.
Colon 9-7, Bellevue 3-6 (Tue.): Bellevue falls to 7-7 on the season after the two losses.
BOYS’ TRACK & FIELD
Harper Creek 89, (at) Charlotte 74; Harper Creek 123, Jackson Northwest 39 (Tue.)
Discus: Blake Ryan (JNW) 141-3; Shot put: Ethan Brabant (HC) 46-2.5; High jump: Sy Barnett (C) 6-0; Long jump: Jared Dewey (C) 19-10.5; Pole vault: Rey McClurg (JNW) 11-0; 3,200 relay: Charlotte 8:52.0; 110 hurdles: Liam Hickey (C) 18.22; 100: Sy Barnett (C) 11.72; 800 relay: Charlotte 1:34.45; 1,600: Miles Garn (C) 4:42.08; 400 relay: Harper Creek (Mitch Brock, Jacob Carr, Blake Rice, Bryce Martineau) 47.78; 400: Khylen Watkins (HC) 52.06; 300 hurdles: Sy Barnett (C) 43.19; 800: Tyler Davis (C) 1:58.25; 200: Khylen Watkins (HC) 23.87; 3,200: Miles Garn (C) 10:03.59; 1,600 Relay: Harper Creek (James Cadena, Jackson Malone, Jake Carr, Khylen Watkins) 3:34.73.
Marshall 135, Pennfield 19
100: Joe Kurtz (M) 11.89; 200: Bryce Blanchard (M) 23.55; 400: Bryce Blanchard (M) 53.34; 800: Jannis Wolff (M) 2:17.61; 1,600: Weston Herman (M) 5:07.24; 3,200: Kurt Swaton (M) 11:20.65; 110 hurdles: Tyler Horn (M) 16.98; 330 hurdles: Tyler Horn (M) 46.52; 400 relay: Marshall (Blanchard, Jaylin Alexander, Forrest Jackson, Chris Thomas) 46.64; 800 relay: Marshall (Blanchard, Alexander, Jackson, Thomas); 1,600 relay: Marshall (Swaton, Herman, Bell, Wolff); Shot put: Justin Holcombe (M) 34-8; Discus: Sean Kent (M) 120-2; High jump: Travis Mumaw (M) 5-4; Pole vault: Helle (M) 10-6; Long jump: DeWan Smith (P) 19-6.
(At) Galesburg-Augusta 8, St. Philip 0 (Tue.)
Singles: No. 1: Megan Beaver (GA) d. Annie Newton 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Emily Midgett (GA) d. McKenna Haley 7-6(8-6), 6-2; No. 3: Emily Sierengowski (GA) d. Haley Swagler 6-4, 6-2; No. 4: Paige Little (GA) d. Camile Cornils 7-5, 6-2; Doubles: No. 1: Taylor Hopkins/Taylor Verburf (GA) d. Morgan Luoma/Haydin Hutson 6-3, 3-6, 6-2; No. 2: G-A by void; No. 3: G-A by void; No. 4: G-A by void.
THURSDAY’S PREP SCHEDULE
• Baseball: Lakeview at Harper Creek, Pennfield at Otsego, Gull Lake at Portage Northern, Quincy at Coldwater, Brandywine at Bronson, Bellevue at Climax-Scotts, Delton-Kellogg at Constantine, Colon at Camden-Frontier
• Softball: Lakeview at Harper Creek, Pennfield at Otsego, Gull Lake at Portage Northern, Quincy at Coldwater, Brandywine at Bronson, Bellevue at Climax-Scotts, Delton-Kellogg at Constantine, Colon at Camden-Frontier
• Girls’ Soccer: Kalamazoo Central at Pennfield, Mattawan at Gull Lake, Quincy at Hillsdale
• Boys’ Golf: Harper Creek at Pennfield; Gull Lake at Chelsea; Quincy, Climax-Scotts at Bronson