The Spring Lake softball squad continues to dominate in O-K Blue Conference play with a 14-3 and 7-3 win over Grand Rapids West Catholic on Friday.
Molly Poole had a three-run walk off home run for the Lakers in Game 1, while Alicia Mumby and Jenna Core each recorded a home run and a hit in the game. Vaughan finished with two hits.
In the nightcap, Vaughan got the win as well, striking out six
Vaughan and Core led the team with three hits each. Avery Flynn added two hits while Mumby blasted another home run.
The Lakers improved to 16-2 overall, 8-0 in the O-K Blue Conference to extend their conference winning streak to 86 games.
HOLTON 7-15, MORLEY STANWOOD 5-0 – In the opener, the Red Devils were able to come away with the
win in extra innings.
Haylee Brant struck out ten batters through seven innings while Kylie Gould got the win on the mound in the eighth frame.
Gould led the offense, hitting two home runs and adding a three-run base hit. Kennedy Greene added two hits for the Red Devils.
In the nightcap, Gould got the win on the mound.
Gould had two home runs and a hit while Kaylie Piper added a home run with two hits and four RBIs.
Morgan Murat also homered for the Red Devils.
Holton improved to 13-2 on the season and 9-0 in conference play.
WHITE CLOUD 10-18, HESPERIA 6-0 –Pitcher Ellie Palmer recorded the loss on the mound, striking
out five through eight innings during Game 1.
Palmer led the Panther offense with three hits and two RBIs while Natalie McGahan followed with three hits.
In the nightcap, Emily Bayle picked up the loss as pitcher.
The Panthers only had three hits on the game.
Hesperia fell to 5-8 overall and 5-4 in the CSAA Silver division.
RAVENNA 14-19, WMCC 3-4- Makayla Hogan got the win for the Bulldogs on the mound in Game
1, striking out four batters.
Laney Mabrito led the Bulldog offense with a three-run homer and two other hits. Zoe Spoelman followed with two doubles while Brieanna McFarren added two hits.
In the nightcap, Teiyah Patterson picked up the win on the
Spoelman, Mabrito, and Maddie Kilbourne each had three hits in the game. Patterson and Kennidy Forman chipped in with two hits each for the Bulldogs.