Climax-Scotts shut out St. Philip twice at Bailey Park on Friday night by scored of 3-0 and 2-0.
In the Game 1 win for the Panthers, T.J. Gibson pitched six innings and earned the win, while Brandon Haynes had two hits, Zach Harris had a hit and an RBI, and Logan Hunter had a double and an RBI.
The key play in the Game 1 win was a bunt single by Zach Mobley with two strikes in the fifth inning, which began a two-run rally.
In the nightcap, Brendan Gausselin pitched a one-hitter for St. Philip, but Climax-Scotts’ Adam Audette picked up the win.
Dylan Butler had the only hit for the Panthers (12-3, 11-1 SCAA) while T.J. Gibson scored a run, and Audette was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to earn an RBI.
MAPLE VALLEY 6-14 PENNFIELD 1-4: For the Panthers in Game 1, Kollin Kemerling was 2-for-4 and Dawson Butcher was 2-for-3 with an RBI. In Game 2 for Pennfield (2-18-1, 0-9-1 I-8), Dillon Striplin had a double and an RBI, and Kemerling had a hit and two walks.
(AT) JACKSON 7-0, MARSHALL 6-5: In eight-inning Game 1 loss, Drew Devine had two hits, Mason Griffith had two hits including a double, Jarrett Deland had one hits and scored three runs, and Kyle reigle had two RBIs. In Game 2, Tyler Weck picked up the win, allowing just two hits, while Nick Lillrose and Deland each contributed two hits for the Redhawks (15-6).
PENNFIELD 10-19, MAPLE VALLEY 0-4: Alexa Stephenson tossed a no-hitter in Game 1 and also went 3-for-4 at the plate with a double, a triple, and two RBIs. Also for Pennfield (14-7) in the opener, Brooke Lenz and Taylor Baird each went 2-for-3. Lenz was the winning pitcher in the nightcap and helped her own cause with two hits and four RBIs, while Katie Baird was 2-for-3 with a triple and an RBI.
OLIVET 9-11, PORTLAND ST. PATRICK 2-0: The Eagles gave up two runs in the first inning of Game 1, and didn’t allow another run for the remainder of the doubleheader. Jaclyn Groves picked up the Game 1 win for Olivet, while Jordan Richmond had two triples and Brenna Madry hit a home run. In Game 2, Shawna Morton struck out four batters in her complete game victory. For Olivet (14-6, 2-2 GLAC), seven players connected for hits, with Kara Mott and Molly Wheeler each hitting doubles.
BELLEVUE 20, LITCHFIELD 0: Sierra Brandon pitched a perfect game in the three-inning win for the Broncos, facing nine batters total in the contest and striking out four. At the plate for Bellevue, Brenna Huggett had a single and a walk, and Emily Arquette scored two runs.
HARPER CREEK 3, DELTON KELLOGG 1: Jennifer Blowers began the scoring for Harper Creek off of an assist from Payton Espolon, then Allegra Baird scored on a pass from Anna Gandy, and Espolon finished off the scoring for the Beavers. In goal, Tessa Hollister made three saves in goal.
(AT) MASON 2, MARSHALL 1: Marshall’s lone goal was scored by Lauren Terry as the Redhawks fall to 5-6-2 on the season.
CALHOUN CHRISTIAN 8, MARSHALL ACADEMY 0: Hannah Pearl and Emily Pearl each scored two goals for the Cougars, while Hannah Stevens, Megan Gordon, Crystal Mejia-Lugo, and Lauren McIntyre each scored once. Assisting on goals were Gordon and Kirstin Finnila, while Emily Pearl and Esther Beavers combined for the shutout in goal.
B.C. CENTRAL 4, LOY NORRIX 4: Winning matches for the Bearcats were Olivia Davis (No. 1 singles, 6-3, 6-4), Nionni Permelia (No. 2 singles, 6-4, 6-1), Anisha Booker and Roseline Aung (No. 2 doubles, 6-3, 6-4), and Jessica Mills and Zawng Zan Hta (No. 4 doubles, 6-2, 6-2).
LAKEVIEW INVITE: In the event at Cedar Creek Golf Course, the Spartans won their own tournament with a team score of 308. Also from the area, Coldwater was third with a team score of 315, Gull Lake was fifth with 320, Marshall was eighth with 351, Harper Creek was tied for ninth with 360, and the Lakeview “B” team was 15th with 406.
Leading Lakeview was Andrew Walker with a 4-under-par 68, while Bailey Niedzielski finished in the top 10 with a 77, Jared Fisk carded an 81, and James Staab fired an 82.
For Coldwater, Cam Ruge led the team with a 71, followed by Nate Waterbury with a 79, Keagan Dwyer with an 82, and Alec Keplinger with an 83.
Gull Lake was led by Brad Wheeler (76), Ben Pejka (79), Sam Kalusa (82), and Cam Lemon (83).
Marshall’s top four golfers were Jack Welke (86), Ryan Wade (82), Carl Quist (91), and Jake Redmond (92).
Leading Harper Creek was Tanner Brauer (80), Zach Wilson (90), Alex Johnson (93), and Mason Ernst (97).
Scoring points for the Lakeview “B” squad were Zach Kyser (96), Logan Spring (100), Brock Hiltner (105), and Mason Evans (105).
TRI-MATCH @ OLIVET: At the Medalist Golf Course, host Olivet earned the win over Delton Kellogg and Parchment. The Eagles finished with a team score of 357 through 18-holes, led by Jake Andrews (83), Drake Norton (90), Chase Collins (91), and Kam Porter (91). For Delton Kellogg, which placed second with a score of 383, the top four golfers were Kevin Beaudry (81), Turner McCowan (86), Drew Mason (107), and Jandro Guevara (109).
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Saturday’s Prep Schedule
Baseball: Lakeview at Howell, Coldwater at Trenton, Bronson at Leslie
Softball: Lakeview, Harper Creek, Delton Kellogg at B.C. Central; Coldwater at Leslie; Bronson at Northview; Tekonsha, Colon at Burr Oak; Galesburg-Augusta at Parchment
Girls Soccer: Coldwater at Hanover-Horton, Calhoun Christian at Quincy
Track: Harper Creek at Portland; Union City, Bellevue, Bronson, Tekonsha at Quincy; Colon, Climax-Scotts at Centreville
Girls Tennis: Gull Lake at Allegan, Galesburg-Augusta at Niles Brandywine
Boys Golf: Lakeview at Forest Hills Invite