Ethan Miller pitched a one-hitter while striking out 10 on Tuesday to lead the Oakridge baseball team to a 12-2 victory over Muskegon Catholic in non-conference action.

Miller, Ty Coletta and Ty Asmus each had two hits for Oakridge. Both of Asmus’ hits were doubles, and he scored two runs, while Seth Plumhoff had three RBIs for the Eagles. 

Max Price had the lone hit for the Crusaders. Gabe Johnson and Sam Convertini both had RBIs for MCC.


MONA SHORES 5-12, ZEELAND WEST 12- 5 – The Sailors split the conference doubleheader, losing and then winning by identical 12-5 scores.

Aaron Piasecki and Reid McAvoy each had two hits for Mona Shores in the Game 1 loss. Mark Konecny had one hit and knocked in two runs. 

In Game 2, Jason Anderson pitched the win with a complete game, recording two strikeouts. Konecny led the Sailors with four RBIs, including a home run and a double. Brady Rose and Aaron Piasecki each added two hits apiece.

Mona Shores is now 22-8 overall and 13-5 in conference play.


FRUITPORT 15-10, SPRING LAKE 10- 1 – In Game 1, Fruitport’s Brady Weck got the win on the mound in relief. Fruitport took an early lead before Spring Lake fought back to grab a 7-6 advantage. The Trojan bats heated up in the end to seal the 15-10 win.

Cody Matuz had three hits, including a home run, for Fruitport, while Blake Hronek added two hits.

In Game 2, Gavin Reames got the win on the mound with 10 strikeouts in five innings. Reames also had three hits, including a home run, while Hayden Harper also had three hits. Matuz added two hits to cap off his big night, while Mayson Whitlow did the same.


FREMONT 11-7, HOLTON 1-6 – In game 1, Fremont’s Gabe VanVleet got the win on the mount, striking out seven batters in six sinnings. Logan Nelson went 4-for-5 at the plate while Drew DeBlake also had multiple hits. The Packers had 13 hits in the game.

In Game 2, Fremont had a 7-1 lead and had to withstand a Holton rally to snag the 7-6 victory. DeBlake pitched the win, recording seven strikeouts. Joey Delong had two hits and an RBI.