The Grand Haven softball team won two of their three games at the Holland Invitational on Saturday.
Against Fennville, Kylie Masko dominated on the mound. She threw a complete game and struck out 10. Morgan Hill led the way offensively with three triples. Kaylee Hartwell and Mikayla Gronback each had two triples.
The Bucs took an early 3-0 lead against Hopkins on the strength of a 3-run double by Masko. Defensive miscues came back to haunt Grand Haven, though, as they allowed seven runs in the fourth and fifth innings. The Bucs battled back, but came up just short and lost by a run. Hill and Gronback were leaders at the plate once again, going 3-for-3 and 3-for-4, respectively.
Grand Haven bounced back quickly against Saugatuck, scoring 19 runs on 17 hits in just four innings. Gronback and Jordan Buckingham each had three hits for the Bucs, while Hartwell legged out an inside-the-park home run. Audrey Boersen picked up the win on the mound.