Tuesday softball roundup: Ludington and Orchard View split a Lakes 8 doubleheader

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The Ludington and Orchard View softball teams split a twin bill on Tuesday in Lakes 8 action.

The Orioles cruised to a 13-1 win in the opening game, then fell to OV 7-6 in the nightcap.

Lilli Goodrich earned the win from the mound in Game 1 for the Orioles, pitching five innings, striking out 11 batters and giving up one run.

 

Brynn Forter led Ludington with two hits and three RBIs, followed by Ayiana Rangel and Madisyn Wysong with one hit and two RBIs each.

 

Kaelyn McNarland pitched five innings for Orchard View in the first game, tossing nine strikeouts and allowing seven hits and 13 runs.

 

Ella Hawke led the Cardinals with one hit and one RBI.

 

Goodrich pitched over seven innings for the Orioles in Game 2, striking out 18 batters and giving up six hits for seven runs.

Forter landed three hits and knocked in a run, while both Brynn Cole and Wysong each added one hit and two RBIs. Rangel landed two hits.

 

OV’s McNarland pitched eight innings, striking out seven batters and allowing 10 hits and six runs.

 

Haley DeWeerdt led the Cardinals with two hits and three RBIs. McKenzie Thiele and McNarland both had one hit and one RBI.

 

Ludington is 5-14 on the season with the Cardinals are now 3-5 on the year.

C.S.A.A

FREMONT 20, CHIPPEWA HILLS 5 – The Packers defeated conference rival Chippewa Hills in three innings, scoring 13 runs in the third to finish the game.

 

Laney Sipos led Fremont with two hits and four RBIs, followed by Bri Webber and Rhi Ziebke, who landed two hits.

 

The Packers are now 6-15 overall and 4-8 in CSAA Gold Division play.

HESPERIA 13-13, WHITE CLOUD 3-3 – The Panthers cruised to a doubleheader sweep on Tuesday night.

Emma Joppioch tossed the win in Game 1, striking out five batters.

Hesperia was paced by Rachel Romero with two hits, two RBIs and a run scored, while Becci Castilo had two hits and three runs scored.

Aria Thomas chipped in with a hit and three runs scored for the Panthers.

In Game 2, Allison Homfeld tossed the win, striking out four batters.

Thomas led the Panthers offensively with two RBIs and three runs scored.

Emily Bayle added two hits, three RBIs and a run scored, while Castillo added two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored.

Hesperia is now 12-7 on the season and 7-3 in league play.

O-K GREEN CONFERENCE

REETHS-PUFFER 16-12, MUSKEGON 1-7 – Caitlyn Duffey earned the victory for the Rockets from the mound in Game 1 against the Big Reds.

Duffey had eight strikeouts and gave up one run.

Kaylee Jones landed four hits for Reeths-Puffer, one of which was a homerun. Emerson Buzzell added three more hits, and Duffey landed two hits and had five RBIs.

Paige Peimmer and Alyssa Sahlhoff led the Rockets in Game 2 with three hits each. Paige Moss hit two homers.

Buzzell pitched five innings of Game 2, striking out eight runners. Moss closed the game from the mound with two strikeouts.

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