MUSKEGON — Hart’s girls softball team traveled to the Oakridge Eagles, tied for 10th in Division 2, for a West Michigan Conference doubleheader and scored just one run in the two games, dropping the twin bill 7-1 and 13-0 on Wednesday.
In game one, Brooklyn Galdeen was the winning pitcher for the Eagles. She scattered five hits and rang up eight strike outs in seven innings.
Jasmine Pastor led the Eagles at the plate with a home run and a double with three runs batted in. Andrea Romero also clouted a home run and added three singles and had three RBIs while Kaelin Jozsa finished with three singles.
The Pirates were hurt by a big fourth inning for Oakridge with Finley Kistler taking the loss in the in the pitcher’s circle despite giving up just one earned run while striking out eight.
Gabby Quijas pitched two scoreless innings in relief.
Leading the way offensively was Audry Swihart with two hits. Contributing single hits were Kistler, Marianna VanAgtmael, Kloe Klotz and Gabrytella Schmieding.
Jozsa picked up the win for the Eagles in the nightcap, throwing a no-hitter with eight strike outs in five innings.
Mallor Whipple paced the Eagles at the plate with four singles and two RBIs. Madison Clark had a home run and two singles, and Galdeen had a double and two singles.
Quijas was the losing pitcher, and the Pirates were held hitless. Skylar Smith reached three times on walks.