MARSHALL – In the Interstate Eight opener for both Marshall and Coldwater, the Redhawks handed the Cardinals their first loss of the season by a score of 6-1.
The win is Marshall’s third straight, moving their overall record to 3-3-1 overall, while Coldwater falls to 2-1-3 on the year.
Kate Face scored two goals for the Redhawks, while Lauren Terry, Sam Onkka, Taylor Horn, and Cara Gallihugh each found the back of the net once.
The lone Coldwater goal was scored by Madison Marsh, assisted by Carlee Larimer.
MORE GIRLS SOCCER
HARPER CREEK 1, JACKSON NORTHWEST 1: Allegra Baird scored the Beavers’ lone goal, while Kelly Neuman had three saves in goal. Harper Creek is now 2-4-1 on the season.
STEV.-LAKESHORE 4, LAKEVIEW 2: Scoring goals for the Spartans in the loss were Ava Cook and Emma Morey, while Marina Puhalj contributed an assist. In goal for Lakeview (2-2-2, 0-3-0 SMAC), Jess Genier totaled eight saves.
(AT) DELTON KELLOGG 2, SCHOOLCRAFT 0: In the first half, the Panthers’ Lilly Howard found the back of the net on an assist from Mikayla Du Shane, while Allison Diller scored an unassisted goal in the second half. In goal for Delton Kellogg (4-1), Hannah Butchbaker earned her second consecutive shutout.
QUINCY 9, JACKSON CHRISTIAN 3 (TUE.): Payton Hines led the Orioles with two goals and an assist, while Hannah Kaser had two goals, and Cailyn Hines, Haley Bean, Ally Parrish, and Cailyn Cook each had one goal. Also for Quincy (4-1, 1-0 ISL), Mackenzie Moore and Cook each had two assists.
ST. PHILIP 5, (AT) HILLSDALE 3: Winning matches for the Tigers were McKenna Haley (No. 1 singles, 7-6 (7-3), 6-1), Anahita Saifollahi (No. 2 singles, 5-7, 6-4, 6-0), Camille Cornils (No. 3 singles, 6-4, 6-4), Helen Berner and Alex Pessetti (No. 2 doubles, 7-6 (8-2), 6-2), and Kirsten Finnila and Ariana Saifollahi (No. 4 doubles, 7-5, 6-7 (6-7), 6-3).
GREATER KALAMAZOO (SAT.): Galesburg-Augusta’s only victory of the day came from Emily Sierengowski, who defeated Plainwell’s Haven Born in a No. 1 singles match.
MARSHALL 4, COLDWATER 4 (MON.): Marshall received wins from Melanie Busse (No. 3 singles, 6-0, 6-2), Taylor Karns and Sydney Bies (No. 1 doubles, 6-1, 6-2), Erica Chamberlain and Kennedy Karns (No. 2 doubles, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6), and Carly Holcomb and Alena Graves (No. 4 doubles, 6-1, 6-2). Posting victories for Coldwater were Emma Grife (No. 1 singles, 7-5, 6-3), Sofia Mongardi (No. 2 singles, 7-5, 7-6), Merlyn Johnson (No. 4 singles, 7-6, 2-6, 6-4) and Emily Foulk and Allison Eastmead (No. 3 doubles, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4).
NILES 5, B.C. CENTRAL 3 (TUE.): Posting wins for the Bearcats were Nionni Permelia (No. 2 singles, 6-1, 6-0); Monica Par (No. 3 singles, injury default) and Allurra Mills (No. 4 singles, 6-4, 6-1).
GALESBURG-AUGUSTA 8, CONSTANTINE 0 (TUE.): The Rams swept the meet, getting wins from Emily Sierengowski (No. 1 singles, 6-2, 6-1), Taylor Verberg (No. 2 singles, 6-2, 6-0), Kristin Gibson (No. 3 singles, 6-0, 6-1) Maggie Jefferson (No. 4 singles, 6-2, 6-2), Homer/Klomparens (No. 1 doubles, 6-1, 6-0), Wisz/Sanderson (No. 2 doubles, 6-2, 6-4), Eberstein/Bowsher (No. 3 doubles, 6-4, 6-0), and Nearpass/Perry (No. 4 doubles, 6-0, 6-0).
INTERSTATE EIGHT JAMBOREE: Jackson Lumen Christi won the event at Hankard Hills Golf Course with a team score of 152, followed by Coldwater in second with 165. Leading the Cardinals was Cam Ruge (39), Nathan Waterbury (40), Keagan Dwyer (42), and Nolan Duda (44).
UNION CITY JAMBOREE (TUE.): Concord won the event at Turtle Creek Golf Course with a low score of 175, while host Union City was fourth with 211, and Homer was fifth with 216. The Chargers top four golfers were Hayden Kreger (48), Ben Dart (54), Jacob Haviland (54), and Nick Collyer (55). For the Trojans, Troy Ladd shot a 51, followed by Carter Drumm-Tackett (53), Trevor Ladd (54), and Jacob Manis (58).
BOYS TRACK & FIELD
(AT) HARPER CREEK 89, MARSHALL 74 (TUE.): Winning events for Harper Creek were Devon Funk in the 1600-meter run (4:57.96) and the 3200-meter run (10:51.95); Jackson Malone in the 110-meter hurdles (16.57) and the 300-meter hurdles (43.92); Matt Davis in the 400-meter dash (54.37); John Taylor in the high jump (5-8); Ja’Cory McNutt in the shot put (43-4); and the 3200-meter relay team of Ivan Johnson, Davis, Drew Haller, and Bryce Withers (8:53.72).
Posting wins for Marshall at the meet were Sean Kent in the 200-meter dash (22.50) and the discus (134-4); Jaylin Alexander in the 100-meter dash (11.20); Chandler Cruz in the 800-meter run (2:11.03); Chris Thomas in the long jump (20-7.5); Brady Brisson in the pole vault (11-0); the team of Alexander, Forrest Jackson, Joe Kurtz, and Thomas in the 400-meter relay (50.10) and the 800-meter relay (1:35.90); and the 1600-meter relay team of Colter Bossel, Cruz, Kevin Helle, and Jack Luciani (3:53.13).
CONCORD 68, (AT) QUINCY 65: The Orioles received wins from Jonathon Purvis in the shot put (40-1) and the discus (121-0); Drake Crabbs in the pole vault (9-0); Ryan Gibson in the 100-meter dash (12.10); Nathan Nohr in the 1600-meter run (4:47.60); and the 800-meter relay team of Michael Fisher, Gibson, Luke Rufenacht, and Bryce Ruhl (1:39.60).
DELTON KELLOGG 104, KALAMAZOO CHRISTIAN 33 (TUE.): Earning victories for the Panthers (4-0 SWAC) were Tyden Ferris in the shot put and the discus; Zeb Culbert in the high jump; Bernhard Raimann in the 110-meter hurdles; Luke Cooper in the 100-meter dash; Wyatt Mast in the long jump; Brandon Shepard in the 1600-meter run and 3200-meter run; A.J. Diggs in the 300-meter hurdles; Andrew Jackson in the 800-meter run; Jacob Bever in the pole vault; the 3200-meter relay team of Ferris, Mast, Curtis Meinke, and Tucker Scoville; the 800-meter relay team of Christian Kapteyn, Cooper, Travis Nesmith, and Steven Patrick; and the 400-meter relay team of Nesmith, Cooper, Patrick, and Culbert.
GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
(AT) HARPER CREEK 92, MARSHALL 71 (TUE.): Scoring victories for the Beavers were Charley Andrews in the 400-meter dash (1:01.33) and the high jump (5-0); Catie Scott in the 800-meter run (2:36.32) and the 1600-meter run (5:45.78); Hannah Berning in the 300-meter hurdles (52.30); Macy Hancock in the long jump (14-9.5); Emmaray Laxton in the shot put (32-1.5); Bailey Scott in the discus (92-11); the team of Andrews, Berning, Catie Scott, and Danielle Stewart in the 1600-meter relay (4:24.01) and the 3200-meter relay (10:22.98); and the 800-meter relay team of Michaela Weaver, Jacey Bowers, Hancock, and Bailey Scott (54.98).
Winning events for the Redhawks were Olaide Olapade in the 100-meter dash (13.54) and the 200-meter dash (27.91); Madyson Burkwalt in the 100-meter hurdles (18:58); Rachel Schoepke in the 3200-meter run (12:13.00); Ally Johnson in the pole vault (7-6); and the 800-meter relay team of Jessica Vorst, Tanija Wallace, Kesiena Toweh, and Olapade (1:56.73).
CONCORD 76, (AT) QUINCY 61: Earning wins for the Orioles were Katie Spalding in the pole vault (8-0) and the 100 hurdles (17.70); Kayla Hayes in the shot put (33-1); Jessica Holcomb in the long jump (14-9.5); Taylor Holcomb in the high jump (4-4); and the 1600-meter relay team of Spalding, Hamony Harpster, Mackenzie Horsfall, and Claire Supianoski (4:33.20).
TRI-MEET AT ATHENS: Athens beat Jonesville by a score of 71-62, but lost to Reading, 87-46. For the Indians,Corra Hamilton won the 800-meter run (2:40.69); Jaiden Hurst won the long jump (13-2); D’laiya Gumbs won the 400-meter dash (1:06.24); Maia Minier won the discus (78-9) and the shot put (28-9); and the 400-meter relay team (55.44), the 1600-meter relay team (4:26.47), and the 3200-meter relay team (12:39.00) took first place as well.
DELTON KELLOGG 97, KALAMAZOO CHRISTIAN 40 (TUE.): Posting victories for the Panthers were Abby Howard in the high jump (4-10) and the 100-meter dash (14.00); Jerilyn Sinclair in the pole vault (6-0) and the long jump (13-1.75); Megan Grimes in the 800-meter run (2:48.02) and the 1600-meter run (6:12.15); E. Shepard in the 400-meter dash (1:14.18); L. Parsons in the shot put (26-7); the 400-meter relay team (56.59); the 800-meter relay team (2:03.18); the 1600 relay team (4:59.82); and the 3200 relay team (11:55.00).
HARPER CREEK 9, (AT) PORTAGE NORTHERN 7 (TUE.): Conor Gilbert scored three goals for the Beavers (7-1, 3-0 SWMLC), while Mitchell Flesch and Jordan Robinson scored two goals each, and Mikey VanVleet and Noah Bauserman each scored one. Defensively, Brenner Beck had three takeaways.
STEVENSVILLE-LAKESHORE 16-11, B.C. CENTRAL 2-1 (TUE.): Riley Cramer and Dallas Gillum each had two hits for the Bearcats (2-6) in Game 1, while Cramer added two more hits in Game 2 and Adam Stagner knocked in the team’s only run.
HOMER 7-8, CONCORD 1-3 (TUE.): Brock Ridgeway was the Game 1 winning pitcher for the Trojans (11-1, 4-0 Big 8), striking out six batters through seven innings. At the plate in Game 1, Seth Spence had two hits and two RBIs, Jordan Sherman had a double and an RBI, and Cody Turner had a double. In Game 2, Joe Roth got the win on the mound, pitching all seven innings and fanning eight hitters. Offensively, Sherman and Ridgeway each had two singles and two RBIs, Zach Butters had two singles, and Spence had a single and three RBI.
BELLEVUE 9-15, (AT) WALDRON 6-5 (TUE.): In the Game 1 victory for the Broncos, Wyatt Waterbury, Nick Briggs, and Douglas West each had two hits, while Garrett Waterbury earned the win on the mound, striking out four batters in his three innings of work. In Game 2, Bellevue (2-4, 2-0 SCAA) scored 11 runs in the third innings to break open the game. The Broncos got three hits from Alex Webb and two hits each from Nathan Bessey and Gino Costello.
CLIMAX-SCOTTS 4-11, (AT) PITTSFORD 0-6 (TUE.): In Game 1, Adam Audette got the win for C-S, allowing two hits with eight strikeouts over 5 2/3 innings. Offensively, Brandon Haynes and TJ Gibson had a hit and an RBI apiece. In Game 2, Gibson got the win over 4 1/3 innings work, allowing six hits with three strikeouts. At the plate for the Panthers (2-1, 2-0 SCAA), Brandon Haynes had three hits and three RBIs; Audette had two hits and an RBI and Adam Schantz had a hit and two RBIs.
UNION CITY 3, ATHENS 0 (TUE.): Union City’s Collin Kreger and Elijah Way each had two hits including a double. Seth Bruce earned the victory on the bump, allowing four hits with 12 strikeouts over six innings.
TEKONSHA 15-11 (AT) BURR OAK 1-1 (TUE.): In Game 1 for Tekonsha, Connor Jenkins had eight strikeouts over four innings to earn the victory. At the plate for the Indians, Jordan Vandenburg had four hits and Cody Brashears had an RBI double. In Game 2 for Tekonsha, Andy Galliers earned the win on the mound with nine strikeouts over four innings. Offensively for the Indians (3-1, 3-1 SCAA), Vandenburg had three hits including two doubles; Anthony Layne had two hits and three RBIs; Galliers had two hits and three RBIs.
HARPER CREEK 6-10, STURGIS 2-9: Taylor Shellenberger got the Game 1 win, tossing nine strikeouts and allowing just one run. At the plate, Shelby Keeler had two triples and two RBIs and Kendyl Barnes had a hit and two RBIs. In Game 2, Harper Creek came from behind to tie the game at 9-apiece in the fifth inning, and then won it in the sixth. Offensively for the Beavers, Shellenberger had two hits and an RBI, Jailee Keller had three hits and an RBI, Anna Pascoe had two hits and three RBIs, and Barnes had three hits and three RBIs. Haleigh Pickett earned the win in the circle in the nightcap.
(AT) COLON 9-4, MENDON 4-14: In the Game 1 win for the Magi, Madison Miller earned the win in the circle and went 3-for-4 at the plate. Also for Colon in Game 1, Abby Fellers, Keagan Bower, and Maddie Fisher each went 2-for-3, while Fellers had four RBIs.
BRONSON 13-15, (AT) WHITE PIGEON 2-2 (TUE.): Allie Sikorski earned the Game 1 win in the circle, allowing two runs on two hits with nine strikeouts over five innings. At the plate for the Vikings, Kelsey Robinson was 2-for-4; Payton Robinson was 4-for-4 with a double, a home run and two RBIs; Sikorski was 2-for-3 with a triple and an RBI; Kaitlyn Czajkowski was 2-for-3 with two doubles and four RBIs; and Araceli Hernandez was 2-for-2 with an RBI. In Game 2, Kiera Lasky got the win by allowing two runs on six hits with five strikeouts over five innings. At the plate for Bronson (4-3, 2-0 B-C-S), Lasy doubled with an RBI; Payton Robinson had a home run and two RBis; Sikorski doubled; Czajkowski was 2-for-4 with a double and four RBIs and Kiana Mayer was 2-for-4 with two RBIs.
STOCKBRIDGE 13-12, MAPLE VALLEY 7-2 (TUE.): In the Game 1 loss for the Lions, Taylor Medina has a hit and two RBIs, Megan Bonney had a hit and an RBI, and Michaela Johnosn had a double. In Game 2, Emma Franklin had a hit and an RBI and Emily Morris had a hit and a run scored.
(AT) PARMA WESTERN 7-16, MARSHALL 1-0 (TUE.): In Game 1 for Marshall, Lindsay Gardner had two hits and Mackenzie Benham doubled.
BELLEVUE 15-11, (AT) WALDRON 2-7 (TUE.): In Game 1, Brandy Mathewson had five strikeouts over five innings to earn the victory. At the plate for the Broncos, Casie Shannon was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs; Audrianna Thornton was 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs; and Mathewson was 2-for-4. In Game 2, Mathewson earned the win over four innings with one strikeouts. Offensively for Bellevue (2-4, 2-0 SCAA), Gabby Costello tripled with three RBIs and Shannon was 2-for-4.
CLIMAX-SCOTTS 14-8, (AT) PITTSFORD 2-2 (TUE.): In Game 1 for Climax-Scotts, Taylor Macomber earned the win by allowing five hits with five strikeouts. In Game 2, Allison Kienast earned the victory by allowing five hits with six strikeouts. On the day for the Panthers (2-2, 2-0 SCAA), Sydney Macomber had six hits with a triple; Taylor Macomber had five hits including a double and three RBis; Alexa Rivera had four hits and four RBIs; and Lydia Swager and Harriett Swager had three hits apiece.
COLON 3-13, NORTH ADAMS-JEROME 2-3 (TUE.): Megan Warn was 3-for-4 in the Game 1 win, while Brianna Ballou, Madison Miller, and Brooke Hinkley each scored runs. In Game 2, Warn had three more hits, while Miller was 3-for-4 and Abby Fellers and Gretta Minor each had two hits and two RBIs. Miller picked up the win in the circle in both games, striking out a total of 17 batters in 13 innings of work.
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Thursday’s Prep Schedule
Baseball: Lakeview at B.C. Central, Pennfield at Olivet, Marshall at Three Rivers, Gull Lake at Mattawan, Athens at White Pigeon, Bronson at Union City, Delton Kellogg at Lawton, Galesburg-Augusta at Kal.-Christian, Grass Lake at Homer, Stockbridge at Quincy
Softball: Lakeview at B.C. Central, Pennfield at Olivet, Marshall at Three Rivers, Gull Lake at Mattawan, Athens at White Pigeon, Charlotte at Maple Valley, Bronson at Brandywine, Delton Kellogg at Lawton, Galesburg-Augusta at Kal.-Christian, Grass Lake at Homer, Stockbridge at Quincy
Girls Soccer: Quincy at Springport, Maple Valley at Stockbridge
Girls Tennis: Coldwater at Pennfield, Loy Norrix at Lakeview, Jackson Lumen Christi at Harper Creek, Marshall at Parma Western, Kalamazoo Central at Gull Lake, Lake Michigan Catholic at Bronson, Galesburg-Augusta at Eau Claire
Boys Golf: Pennfield at Delton Kellogg Invite; Lakeview at Gull Lake Jamboree; Jonesville at Bronson; GLAC Meet at Maple Valley
Boys Lacrosse: Lakeview at Portage Northern