Friday softball roundup: Holton’s Ryann Robins tosses a no-hitter in a 22-0 victory over Lakeview

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Freshman pitcher Ryann Robins threw a no-hitter and struck out 10 batters in Holton’s 22-0 victory over Lakeview in the first game of a CSAA Silver doubleheader on Friday.

Kylie Gould had the big bat for Holton with three hits, including a ttriple. Robins, Kennedy Greene, Madi Bosset and Kendall Green also had two hits.

Holton won the second game 20-5. Jasmine Vriesman got her first win of the season on the mound.

The big hitting star was freshman Abbie Fowler, who hit for the cyle with a single, double, triple and grand slam home run. She finished with seven RBIs. Alana Cregg had three hits, including a triple, while Gould, Emma Monette and Kendra Dyer each added two hits.

Holton is now 10-1 overall and 6-0 in conference play.

NORTH MUSKEGON 6-17, HART 4-2 – The Norse won a pair of games on Friday in West Michigan Conference play.

Madison Balon led the Norse to victory with 12 strikeouts on the mounds as well as two RBIs at bat in Game 1.

Emma Houseman went 3-for-3 and brought in two RBIS, while Megan Houseman and Mattie Houseman both added an RBI.

Finley Kistler took the loss on the mound for Hart, giving up three earned runs and striking out four. Kistler and Morgan Marvin each had a double in the game.

Megan Houseman pitched the win in the Game 2.

Baila Lang led North Muskegon with three hits, followed by Balon and Isabella Mallory with two hits each.

Balon had four RBIs, while Mallory had three and Lang knock in two.

Rylee Cooper hit a home run in the finale.

Cassidy Copenhaver led the Pirates with three hits on the night.

The Norse improved to 7-5 overall and are 4-0 in conference play.

RAVENNA 7-12, MONTAGUE 2-3 – The Bulldogs cruised to a West Michigan Conference twin bill sweep on Friday night.

Emma Gillard pitched the Game 1 win, allowing two runs on three hits while striking out 12 for Ravenna.

The Bulldogs were paced offensively in the opener by Gillard, Laney Mabrito, Maddie Kilbourne and Kendra Denhof with two hits apiece.

Gillard also picked up the victory in Game 2, allowing three runs on eight hits while striking out four.
Kara Postema, Gillard and Kilbourne each had two hits during the nightcap.
 
 
 

 

 

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