H.S. Sports Results / Schedule



St. Joe 4, Edwardsburg 3 – Game 1
The Bears were limited to three hits, but they made good use of them in picking up the one run win. Vincent Tedesco scored twice for St. Joe with Troy Pratley and Carter Vonk each scoring once. Vonk pitched four no hit scoreless innings in relief in picking up the win.
Edwardsburg 11, St. Joe 4 – Game 2
Logan McColley and Connor Ostrander each drove in two runs in helping the Eddies earn the doubleheader split. Andrew Barlow went 2-2 at the plate with two RBIs in the loss for St. Joe. Tabor Lock threw five innings in picking up the win for Edwardsburg.


Michigan Lutheran 7, Lawrence 6
With the game tied at six, the Titans scored once in the top of the 7th inning to pull it out. Alex Ritter finished with two hits for Lutheran. Andy Semenak picked up the win on the mound, Jackson Anderson got the save.
Game two was tied 4-4 before it was called after four innings due to darkness.


Watervliet 15, Marcellus 0 – Game 1 (3 innings)
An 11 run 2nd inning led to an early end in game one. Chase Tremblay tossed three no-hit innings in picking up the win for the Panthers. Offensively, Watervliet got a triple from Ethan Fish.
Watervliet 12, Marcellus 2 – Game 2
Chase Tremblay collected three hits in leading Watervliet’s offense. Evan Hutchins picked up the win on the mound.


Buchanan 9, Berrien Springs 0 – Game 1
Jack Branch tossed a no-hitter and struck out 11 in picking up the win. At the plate, Deagan Huffman went 3-4 with four RBIs, Macoy West went 2-3 with two RBIs.
Buchanan 12, Berrien Springs 1
The Bucks offense continued to roll with 12 hits in the game. Macoy West delivered three doubles and four RBIs while Matthew Hoover went 2-3 including a home run and two RBIs. On the mound. Hoover allowed just one hit while striking out 11 in picking up the win.


Niles 13, Brandywine 3 – Game 1
The Vikings scored six runs in the first two innings on their way to the win. Jadon Hainey led the Niles attack by driving in five of the 13 runs. Drew Racht picked up the win on the mound.
Niles 13, Brandywine 3 – Game 2
After pitching the Vikings to the game one win, Drew Racht delivered at the plate in game two with three hits and four RBIs. Jude Abbadessa, who homered in game one, picked up the win on the mound in game two. With the win, Coach Mike Vota picks up his 400th career win at Niles.


Game 1 – Vicksburg 10, Dowagiac 0
Game 2 – Vicksburg 10, Dowagiac 0

Game 1 – Schoolcraft 19, Paw Paw 4
Game 2 – Schoolcraft 15, Paw Paw 9

Game 1 – Portage Northern 10, Kalamazoo Hackett 2
Game 2 – Portage Northern 10, Kalamazoo Hackett 4

Game 1 – Kalamazoo Central 6, Otsego 5
Game 2 – Kalamazoo Central 10, Otsego 1



Lakeshore 3, Portage Central 1 – Game 1 (8 innings)
Trailing 1-0, the Lancers tied the game with a run in the 6th inning and then a two run homerun Pallas Domionon in the 8th won it. Anna Chellman allowed just one run on four hits over eight innings in picking up the win.
Lakeshore 6, Portage Central 3 – Game 2
The Lancers took a 3-0 lead after two innings, added two more runs in the 4th, and one final run in the 5th. Avery Arwood picked up the win in the circle. At the plate for Lakeshore, Olivia DenDooven had three hits and drove in two runs.


Michigan Lutheran 16, Lawrence 3 – Game 1
Abi Marquis drove in six runs for Lutheran while Hannah Tahaney drove in five. In the circle, Tahaney struck our ten over seven innings in picking up the win.
Michigan Lutheran 17, Lawrence 4 – Game 2
The Titans broke the game open with nine runs in the 5th inning. Mikayla La Bounty led Lutheran offensively with four hits and four RBIs. Alexia Tobias tossed five innings in picking up the win.


South Haven 5, Coloma 1 – Game 1
The Rams broke the game open with three runs in the 4th inning and one more in the 5th. Alexis Eddy finished with two hits and two RBIs for South Haven. Lexie Young registered 11 strikeouts in picking up the win.
South Haven 15, Coloma 6 – Game 2
The Rams scored in every inning, including eight runs over the final two. Hannah Kaczmarek collected two hits and four RBIs for South Haven. Jordyn Holland added two doubles and a single. Kadyn Hoyt picked up the win in the circle.


Buchanan 11, Berrien Springs 1 – Game 1
The Bucks scored eight runs in the first two innings to put the game away early. Christin Cooper delivered a home run for Buchanan while Sophia Lozmack allowed just two hits in picking up the win.
Buchanan 11, Berrien Springs 1 – Game 2
The Bucks finished with 17 hits in the game, including a home run from Hailee Kara. Hailee Kara picked up the win in the circle to help the Bucks improve to 12-0 on the season.


River Valley 18, Howardsville Christian 3
The Mustangs sprinted out to a 12-0 lead after the first two innings. Macey Springer drove in four runs while Alexis McCarty and Hanah Lynch each drove in three. Macey Springer stuck out six over three innings in picking up the win.
River Valley 16, Howardsville Christian 0
The Mustangs put the game away early, scoring all 16 runs in the first inning. Macey Springer led the offensive attack with three hits and five RBIs. Alexis McCarty struck out seven in three innings to pick up the win.


Game 1 – Edwardsburg 5, St. Joe 3
Game 2 – St. Joe 11, Edwardsburg 10

Game 1 – Vicksburg 8, Dowagiac 1
Game 2 – Vicksburg 6, Dowagiac 2

Game 1 – Niles 17, Brandywine 2
Game 2 – Niles 16, Brandywine 1

Game 1 – Paw Paw 10, Loy Norrix 0
Game 2 – Paw Paw 17, Loy Norrix 7

Game 1 – Otsego 4, Kalamazoo Central 2
Game 2 – Otsego 16, Kalamazoo Central 2




St. Joe 92, Portage Northern 69
Portage Northern 107, Lakeshore 56
St. Joe 112, Lakeshore 51
-St. Joe’s Preston Nichols broke the St. Joe school record in the 200 Meter Dash with a time of :21.96


St. Joe 122, Portage Northern 41
Lakeshore 81.5, Portage Northern 79.5
St. Joe 109.5, Lakeshore 53.5



SAC Jamboree
1. Saugatuck
2. Coloma
3. Watervliet
4. Lawton
5. Gobles
For Watervliet, Seniors Aaron Leoni and Riley McKinney each posted season best scores



Niles 7, Berrien Springs 1
Scoring wins for Niles…
1 Singles – Laura Golubski 6-0, 6-0
3 Singles – Meg Crites 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (8‐6)
4 Singles – Nicole Aufie 6-1, 6-0
1 Doubles – Sydney Schiele/Cadence Knight 6-2, 6-0
2 Doubles – Anna Johnson/Nevaeh Williams 6-0, 7-5
3 Doubles – Stella McDaniel/Meg Klingerman 6-0, 6-0
4 Doubles – Zoe Gondeck/Anna Kennedy 6-0, 6-1






St. Joe at Portage Northern, 6:30
Lakeshore at Lakeview, 6:30
Michigan Lutheran at Berrien Springs, 6:45
Niles at Lake Michigan Catholic, 5:00
Watervliet at Lawton, 6:00
Bridgman at Buchanan, 5:00
New Buffalo at Hartford, 5:00
Covert at Brandywine, 5:00
Comstock at South Haven, 6:30
Otsego at Edwardsburg, 5:30
Paw Paw at Sturgis, 6:30
Kalamazoo Central at Mattawan, 5:00
Parchment at Fennville, 6:00
Saugatuck at Kalamazoo Hackett, 5:00
Gull Lake at Portage Central, 6:30
Battle Creek Central at Loy Norrix, 6:30
Kalamazoo Christian at Schoolcraft, 5:00
Vicksburg at Allegan, 6:00
Bronson at Constantine, 5:00


Portage Northern at Lakeshore, 4:00
River Valley at Buchanan, 4:15
Fennville at Allegan, 4:00
Plainwell at Hopkins, 4:30


Portage Northern at Lakeshore, 4:00
Constantine at Watervliet, 4:30
Saugatuck at Holland West Ottawa, 4:15


Lakeview at St. Joe, 4:00
Lakeshore at Battle Creek Central, 4:00
Bridgman/Lk. Mich. Catholic at Brandywine, 4:30
New Buffalo at South Haven, 4:30


SMAC Jamboree at Stonehedge North, 10:00
BCS Jamboree at Pipestone Creek, 4:00
BCS Jamboree at Chikaming, 4:00


BCS Meet at River Valley, 4:15