Monday baseball roundup: Orchard View walks-off Ludington twice in sweep

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Orchard View swept Ludington via walk-off fashion in each game on Monday night, winning 6-55 and 3-2.

In Game 1, Orchard View’s Dayton Rose threw 6 and1/3 innings and struck out six.

Owen Swanson earned the win pitching in relief, while also winning the game with a walk-off double.

Along with Swanson, Brady Bowen, and Chase Keller collected multiple hits.

In Game 2, Keller threw six innings for the Cardinals and had seven strikeouts. Swanson again picked up the win in relief, while it was Keller this time, who won the game with a walk-off double. Bowen was 3-for-4 in the nightcap.

HOLTON 5, HESPERIA 2 – Cody Wright was the winning pitcher for Holton in the makeup game Monday evening.

Wright pitched seven innings, allowing one earned run on four hits while striking out two.

The bats for Holton were led by Nathan Slowik who had three hits and two RBIs. Kaleb Kitchka added two hits and a run scored for Holton.

PPENTWATER 3-13, MESICK 0-1 – Glenn Miller allowed no runs on three hits in six innings in Game 1 for Pentwater, picking up the victory. Miller also struck out 11 and walked none.

In Game 1, Max Stoneman and Blake Bringedahl both went 1-for-2 with a run scored.

In Game 2, Stoneman took the mound and got the win after a five inning outing, where he gave up one earned run on two hits and struck out one.

Stoneman was also a main contributor offensively, going 3-for-4 with three runs scored. Khole Hofmann also went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and a RBI.

The standout performer in the nightcap was Miller, who went 4-for-4 with an impressive seven RBIs. The Falcons accumulated 16 hits total in the second game.

Pentwater is now 13-4 overall and 12-0 in conference.

RAVENNA 5-8, HART 2-1 – Leo McCulley was the losing pitcher for the Pirates in Game 1, as his solid performance over seven innings wasn’t enough, despite only giving up one earned run.

Ravenna scored four runs in the first inning to take control and the Hart offense wasn’t able to gain enough steam to mount a comeback.

Alec Kempker led the Pirates, accounting for two of the five total Hart hits. Keagan Foster and Rece Schulkebir had RBI singles in the loss.

In Game 2, the offense was again struggled for Hart, totaling just three hits.

The Pirates were outplayed by the Bulldogs, who scored eight runs on eight total hits.

Jayden VanderZwaag had two of the three Pirate hits, and Braeden Carskadon got the other.

Hart is now 10-16 overall.

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