The Oakridge varsity softball team defeated North Muskegon 15-0 in a makeup game Wednesday night to clinch the West Michigan Conference championship.
With the victory, the Eagles improve to 14-0 in conference play and clinch their first league championship since 2014.
The Eagles’ offense was paced by four home runs on the night, with two coming from Alyssa Fessenden, one from Kayla Fessenden and a grand slam from Alessa Buchner.
Buchner had three hits on the night, while Hannah Reinhold also had three hits.
Pitcher Madison Carroll picked up the win, as she fanned two in three innings of work.