The Reeths-Puffer baseball club cruised past Grand Rapids Union in a doubleheader sweep on Tuesday.

The Rockets blanked Union 7-0 in the opener, then won the nightcap by an 11-1 margin.

Reeths-Puffer received strong outings from Carson Aerts and Cameron Douglas en route to the shutout victory over the Red Hawks Tuesday night in Game 1.

Aerts pitched six innings allowing three hits and striking out four, while Douglas finished the last inning and recorded a strike out.

Kobe Schalk led the Rockets at the plate recording three hits.

Aerts had another strong outing in Game 2, pitching five innings and giving up one run and striking out six.

Christian Slusser led Reeths-Puffer at the plate, tallying three hits.

OK Conference

MONA SHORES 3-11, FRUITPORT 2-4 – The Sailors won the opener in walk-off fashion on a single from Matt Martin. Connor Vallie had a great outing for Mona Shores, allowing two runs on six hits and striking out six batters. Martin racked up three hits in Game 1 to lead the Sailors at the plate.

In Game 2, Tyler Campbell allowed four runs on 10 hits in 6 1/3 innings while striking out three for the Sailors. Kolbe Trovinger led Mona Shores with three hits.

The Trojans were led by Dominic Colegrove, who racked up two hits.


HOLTON 10-15, WHITE CLOUD 0-5 – The Red Devils were able to grab both games of a doubleheader Tuesday night.

Dalton Giddings earned the win in Game 1, allowing one hit and striking out 12 while Brett Ward took the win in the nightcap, allowing five runs and striking out six.

Brett McLaughlin tallied four hits, including two doubles, in the two games to pace the Red Devil offense while Giddings had three hits and five RBIs.


RAVENNA 4-11, NORTH MUSKEGON 0-6 – The Bulldogs took both games of a doubleheader Tuesday night against the Norse. In Game 1, Brendan Redding threw 6 2/3 innings while striking out 11 en route to the shut out, while Caleb McCullough led the Bulldogs at the plate tallying two hits, including a double. Redding led the Bulldogs at the plate with three hits and four RBIs in Game 2.