Lakeshore 11, St. Joe 0 – Game 1
Andrew Lies drove in three runs for the Lancers, with Lucas Kolessar collecting two RBIs. Zach Warren limited St. Joe to two hits while striking out five over five innings to pick up the win. The Bears’ hits came from Preston Nichols and Caleb Garey.
Lakeshore 7, St. Joe 6 – Game 2
The Lancers scored four runs in the 4th inning to take a 6-2 lead. St. Joe rallied with two runs in the 5th and two in the 7th, but came up just short. Alec Wojahn went 2-3 at the plate with two RBIs for Lakeshore. Owen Kelley homered and drove in four runs in the loss for St. Joe. Noah Chase picked up the win on the mound for the Lancers with Riley Adams getting the save.
Michigan Lutheran 10, Lawrence 0 – Game 1
Holding onto a 3-0 lead, Lutheran scored seven runs in the 5th inning to seal the win. Daniel Adams just missed hitting for the cycle with a single, a double, and a home run. He also drove in five runs. Andy Semenak allowed just three hits to earn the win.
Lawrence 8, Michigan Lutheran 3 – Game 2
With the game tied 3-3, the Tigers scored two runs in the 6th inning and three in the 7th to earn the doubleheader split. Jordan Ramirez, Alex Ritter, and Andy Semenak each finished with two hits in the loss for Lutheran.
Buchanan 13, Schoolcraft 2 – Game 1
The Bucks opened with three runs in the 1st inning and wound up scoring in all but two innings. Buchanan got six RBIs from Macoy West and five from Jack Branch. West picked up the win on the mound, striking out nine.
Buchanan 8, Schoolcraft 0 – Game 2
Macoy West and Levi Zelmer each went 2-2 at the plate with two RBIs in leading the Bucks at the plate.
South Haven 11, Fennville 1 – Game 1
The Rams scored five runs in the 1st inning and cruised from there. South Haven got three RBIs from Cameron Denbow and two from Anders Johnston. Aaron Boyer allowed just one hit and struck out five over three innings to pick up the win.
South Haven 14, Fennville 3 – Game 2
The Rams scored early and often in earning the doubleheader sweep. Trevor Winkel went 2-2 at the plate with three RBIs and three runs scored. Anders Johnston got the win on the mound.
Kalamazoo Central 4, Decatur 2 – Game 1
Central broke a 1-1 tie with two runs in the 5th inning and one more in the 7th. Brandon Bruno and Andrew Confer each drove in a run in the loss for Decatur.
Kalamazoo Central 10, Decatur 1 – Game 2
The Maroon Giants opened the game with a three run 1st inning and continued to pull away from there. Central pitching limited the Raiders to just three hits. Parker Smith drove in the lone run for Decatur.
Game 1 – Coloma 17, Gobles 2
Game 2 – Coloma 12, Gobles 2
Game 1 – Bloomingdale 16, Bangor 0
Game 2 – Bloomingdale 16, Bangor 1
Game 1 – Lakeview 5, Mattawan 1
Game 2 – Mattawan 9, Lakeview 7
Game 1 – Portage Central 15, Portage Northern 1
Game 2 – Portage Northern 5, Portage Central 3
Game 1 – Kalamazoo Christian 18, Galesburg-Augusta 4
Game 2 – Galesburg-Augusta 1, Kalamazoo Christian 0
Lakeshore 8, St. Joe 4 – Game 1
With Lakeshore leading 3-0, St. Joe took a one run lead with four runs in the top of the 6th inning. It was short lived though as the Lancers responded with five runs in the bottom of the inning and held on from there. Lakeshore got a two run home run from Shelby Grau, who finished with four RBIs. Gianna Kerschbaum got the win in the circle.
Lakeshore 11, St. Joe 8 – Game 2
The Lancers ran out to a 7-0 lead through three innings and survived a St. Joe comeback bid in the 7th to earn the doubleheader sweep. Hannah Stankiewicz, Shelby Grau, Reneigh Sandmann, Olivia Bell, and Eva Kerschbaum each drove in two runs for Lakeshore in support of Avery Arwood, who got the win in the circle. The win extends the Lancers’ winning streak to 17 games.
Michigan Lutheran 15, Lawrence 0 – Game 1
Leading 2-0, the Titans erupted for eight runs in the 2nd inning and five in the 3rd to bring an early end to the game. Emily Kerlikowske drove in four runs for Lutheran. Hannah Tahaney struck out seven over three innings to earn the win.
Michigan Lutheran 14, Lawrence 4 – Game 2
The Titans broke the game open with six runs in the 4th inning and five more in the 5th. Natalie Ritter and Josey VanderMarkt each drove in two runs for Lutheran. Hannah Tahaney picked up her second win of the night in the circle.
Buchanan 5, Kalamazoo Christian 0 – Game 1
Sophia Lozmack struck out 11 and allowed just three hits in earning the win for the Bucks. At the plate, Buchanan got a double from Hailee Kara.
Buchanan 11, Kalamazoo Christian 3 – Game 2
After a two run 2nd inning, Buchanan added three runs in the 3rd and three in the 4th on the way to their 26th win of the season. Hailee Kara, Alea Fisher, and Sage Pruett each collected doubles for the Bucks.
River Valley 4, Holton 1 – Game 1
Alexis McCarty drove in two runs for River Valley while Macey Springer collected three hits. Springer struck out 14 over seven innings to earn the win in the circle.
Holton 11, River Valley 6 – Game 2
Holton plated five runs in the 4th inning on their way to earning the doubleheader split. River Valley was limited to four hits in the game.
Decatur 14, Gobles 4 – Game 1
The Raiders set the tone early with five runs in the 1st inning and four in the 2nd. Morgan Mclouth drove in three of Decatur’s 14 runs. Cecilia Conforti struck out seven over five innings to pick up the win.
Decatur 15, Gobles 0 – Game 2
The Raiders broke the game open with eight runs in the 5th inning. Morgan Hall and Mollie Latham both finished with three RBIs to lead Decatur. Breanna Franks picked up the win in the circle.
Game 1 – Bangor 17, Bloomingdale 4
Game 2 – Bangor 7, Bloomingdale 6
Game 1 – Portage Northern 4, Portage Central 3
Game 2 – Portage Northern 10, Portage Central 6
Game 1 – Parchment 15, Kalamazoo Central 3
Game 2 – Parchment 2, Kalamazoo Central 1
Game 1 – Gull Lake 13, Delton Kellogg 8
Game 2 – Gull Lake 13, Delton Kellogg 11
Game 1 – Otsego 11, Thornapple Kellogg 7
Game 2 – Otsego 12, Thornapple Kellogg 6
Comstock 6, Bangor 1
Allegan 4, Kalamazoo Hackett 1
1. Hackett Catholic Central
2. Kalamazoo Christian
11. Delton Kellogg
Top golfers for Watervliet…
Parker Lanning, 8th (out of 60)
Aaron Leoni, 15th
Mishawaka Penn at Lakeshore, 4:30
Eau Claire at Lake Michigan Catholic, 4:15
Coloma at Lawton, 4:30
Bridgman at New Buffalo, 4:15
Centreville at White Pigeon, 4:15
Loy Norrix at Gull Lake, 4:00
Bangor at Brandywine, 4:15
Sturgis at Dowagiac, 4:00
Paw Paw at Edwardsburg, 4:00
Otsego at Allegan, 4:00
Three Rivers at Vicksburg, 4:00
Kalamazoo Central at Niles, 5:00
Paw Paw at Dowagiac, 5:00
Loy Norrix at Parchment, 6:00
Otsego at Three Rivers, 6:00
Div. 1 at Grand haven
Div. 2 at Lakeshore
Div. 3 at Constantine
Div. 4 at New Buffalo
Div. 3 at Allegan