MONTAGUE — Oakridge’s girls softball team swept Montague in a West Michigan Conference twin bill, 17-1 and 24-3 on the road Tuesday afternoon.

Brooklyn Galdeen was the winning pitcher in the first game, and aided her own cause with a pair of home runs, including a grand slam for a total of five runs batted in.

Also getting hits for the Eagles were Jasmine Pastor with a double and a home run, Kaelinn Jozsa with a home run and Andrea Romero with two singles.

Oakridge exploded for 16 runs in the third inning, which was highlighted by back-to-back home runs from Galdeen (two in the inning), Pastor and Jozsa. The Eagles had 10 hits for the game.

Jozsa picked up the win in the nightcap.

Montague’s leading hitters were Kennedy Johnson who had a single and a double, and Gabby Moreau who had a single and one RBI.

Jozsa was the winning pitcher in Game 2, which saw the Eagles score 16 runs in the first inning on nine hits to put the game away early.

Pastor helped lead the hitting attack with a single and a grand slam with five RBI. Brenna Cabrera had a single and a home run (her first) with three RBI, Jozsa had three hits with two doubles and four RBI, Ahria Doornbos also had two hits and three RBI and Gracie Willea had a single and a double with three RBI.

Oakdridge remained undefeated on the season, 9-0 overall and 6-0 in the conference.