H.S. Sports Roundup


Lakeshore 4, St. Joe 0
Lakeshore scored three times in the second half in posting a 4-0 win over St. Joe. Carley Dubbert gathered two goals for the Lancers with Natalie Stampfly and Lindsay Ebeling each scoring once.

Lake Michigan Catholic 7, Bridgman 0
Katie Sullivan and Brianna Watts each scored twice in helping lead Lake Michigan Catholic to a 7-0 win over Bridgman. Sarah McCoy, Sammie Schuneman, and Ally Sullivan also added goals for the Lakers. With the win, Catholic improves to 9-3 on the season and 5-0 in the BCS.

Michigan Lutheran 3, Buchanan 3
Overtime didn’t decide anything as Michigan Lutheran and Buchanan tied 3-3. The Titans took a 3-1 lead with three unanswered goals early in the second half but the Bucks answered with two goals in the closing eight minutes. Jada Meahl scored twice for Buchanan while Hailey Maas scored twice Michigan Lutheran. The Titans go to 5-2-1 on the season, the Bucks move to 4-2-3.

South Haven 7, Coloma 0
Edwardsburg 7, Berrien Springs 0
Portage Northern 8, Niles 0
Paw Paw 10, Dowagiac 0
Mattawan 1, Battle Creek Lakeview 0
Plainwell 2, Otsego 0
Three Rivers 1, Sturgis 0
Vicksburg 3, Allegan 1
Hartford 3, Saugatuck 1

Eau Claire 9, Michigan Lutheran 8 – 11 innings
Eau Claire outlasted Michigan Lutheran 9-8 in the 11 innings. Lutheran took an 8-3 lead with a four run 6th only to see Eau Claire tie the game with a five run 7th and win it with a run in the bottom of the 11th. Sam Sievert drove in four runs for the Titans in the loss.

Decatur 11, Watervliet 0
Decatur 11, Watervliet 0
Decatur swept a doubleheader from Watervliet. The Raiders pounded out ten hits in an 11-0 win in game one. Joby Kawaski limited the Panthers to just one hit in picking up the win. Carter Smith and Matthew Botti each drove in three runs.
Decatur also captured game two 11-0. The Raiders erupted for four runs in the third and six in the 4th. Cody Huston was the winner on the mound, allowing just one hit.

Hartford 2, Lawrence 1
Lawrence 5, Hartford 2
Hartford and Lawrence split their SAC doubleheader. The Indians rallied for two runs in the top of the 6th inning to post a 2-1 win in game one. Devon Oldham gave up a run on seven hits and struck out six to pick up the win. At the plate, Skyler Traver collected two doubles and a single.
Lawrence held on for a 5-2 win in game two. With the Tigers leading 5-0, the Indians scored twice in the top of the 7th but the rally fell short. Derek Gribler struck out 11 batters in earning the win on the mound. At the plate, Matt Cammire drove in two runs.

Saugatuck 5, Martin 1
Saugatuck 9, Martin 2
Saugatuck defeated Martin 5-1 in game one. Blake Dunn tied a school record with his sixth home run of the season for Saugatuck. On the mound, Carsie Walker allowed just two hits and struck out seven for the win.
In game two, Saugatuck improved to 8-0 in the SAC North with a 9-2 win. Dunn allowed just one hit and struck out seven in picking up the win. He and Sean O’Malley also collected three hits for the Indians.

Dowagiac 13, Cassopolis 10 – Game 1
Dowagiac 13, Cassopolis 3 – Game 2
Fennville 12, Bangor 10 – Game 1
Fennville 7, Bangor 6 – Game 2

Michigan Lutheran 19, Eau Claire 0
Michigan Lutheran 13, Eau Claire 3
Michigan Lutheran swept a Red Arrow Conference doubleheader from Eau Claire. The Titans scored seven runs in the 2nd and six in the 5th on their way to a 19-0 win in game two. Kayla Rosenbaum picked up the win and also drove in four runs.
In game two, Lutheran was powered by another seven run 2nd inning in a 13-3 win over the Beavers. Lexi Cano picked up the win while Amanda Nitz collected four RBIs.

Decatur 3, Watervliet 0
Decatur 5, Watervliet 3
Decatur earned a hard fought doubleheader sweep of Watervliet. Lilly Cerven and Alisom Warkentien each went 2-3 with an RBI to lead the Raiders to a 3-0 win in game one. Alie Copeland earned the win for Decatur.
In game two, Decatur held on for a 5-3 win. The Panthers rallied with a run in the 6th and a run in the 7th, but the comeback bid fell short. Kailyn Ebeling drove in four of the Raiders’ five runs. Alie Copeland once again picked up the win.

Dowagiac 14, Cassopolis 4 – Game 1
Dowagiac 11, Cassopolis 0 – Game 2
Fennville 16, Bangor 3 – Game 1
Fennville 10, Bangor 1 – Game 2
Saugatuck 19, Martin 7 – Game 1
Saugatuck 19, Martin 13 – Game 2

SMAC West Division Jamboree
1. Portage Central – 159
2. Portage Northern – 166
3. Lakeshore – 176
4. St. Joe – 178
Rylen Matheison of Portage Central won medalist honors firing a 39. Central’s Conrad Nosal and Nolan Caranli, and Portage Northern’s Josh Berry and Faisal Shariff each carded a 40. Lakeshore’s Logan Steffes shot a 41 while Jonah Stoll and Curtis Elliott each turned in a 44.

Portage Central 7, St. Joseph 1
Three Rivers 8, South Haven 0
Sturgis 5, Edwardsburg 3


St. Joseph at Niles – postponed until tomorrow (5/6)
Benton Harbor at Lakeshore – postponed
Brandywine at Lake Michigan Catholic – postponed
Michigan Lutheran at Eau Claire, 4:15
Dowagiac at Berrien Springs – postponed
Edwardsburg at Coloma – postponed
South Haven at Paw Paw – postponed until Thursday (5/7)
Bridgman at Buchanan – postponed until Thursday (5/7)
Howardsville Christian at Cassopolis, 4:15
Battle Creek Central at Mattawan, 4:00

St. Joseph at Niles – postponed until tomorrow (5/6)
Benton Harbor at Lakeshore – postponed until tomorrow (5/6)
Brandywine at Lake Michigan Catholic – postponed
Grace Christian at Lawton, 4:30
Dowagiac at Berrien Springs – postponed
Edwardsburg at Coloma – postponed
Bridgman at Buchanan – postponed until Thursday (5/7)
South Haven at Paw Paw – postponed until tomorrow (5/6)
Battle Creek Central at Mattawan, 4:00

St. Joseph, Lakeshore at Portage Northern, 4:00
Benton Harbor, Niles at Portage Central, 4:00
Berrien Springs, Coloma, Dowagiac at Edwardsburg, 4:15
Paw Paw at South Haven – postponed

Dowagiac at Berrien Springs – postponed
Fennville at Watervliet, 5:30
Brandywine at River Valley, 5:00
Granger Christian at Cassopolis, 5:00

Cassopolis at Dowagiac – postponed until May 12

Lakeshore at Kalamazoo Central –  postponed until Tues., May 12
St. Philip at Lake Michigan Catholic – postponed