Oakridge vs. Mason County Central

SCOTTVILLE — Oakridge girls softball team swept a West Michigan Conference doubleheader with Mason County Central, 13-0 and 15-0 on the road Tuesday afternoon to clinch at least a tie for its sixth consecutive conference title.

Brooklyn Galdeen was the winning pitcher for the Eagles, throwing six innings and allowing just two hits and striking out 10 batters.

Leading hitters included Delaney Ruel who had a triple, double and single with four RBI. Jasmine Pastor collected a double and single while Madison Clark had a single and two RBI.

Kylee Willea was the winning pitcher in the nightcap and needed only three innings in the shortened game, giving up only two hits while striking out four.

At the plate Kaelinn Jozsa led the way with two singles and three RBI. Pastor had a double, single and two RBI. Galdeen and Ahria Doombos each had a double and two RBI.

Oakridge improved to 22-2 overall and 12-0 in the conference.

Mona Shores vs. Holland

HOLLAND — Mona Shores girls softball team swept a OK Conference-Green doubleheader with Holland, 9-2 and 12-5 on the road Wednesday afternoon.

In the first game Kristen Hylland earned the win in the pitcher’s circle, allowing two runs on seven hits while striking out three batters.

Elizabeth Savacool led the Sailors at the plate going 2-for-4  while Brooklyn Graham and Hylland each collected one hit and two walks.

The Sailors scored five runs in the second inning to take command of the game in the nightcap. Amelia Johnson, Hannah Geoghan and Graham all had RBI in the inning.

Macey Spaniola was the winning pitcher, allowing five runs on seven hits with five strike outs.

Geoghan led the way at plate going 3-for-4 while Savacool was 2-for-4.

The Sailors improved to 16-10 overall and 9-3 in the conference.

Fremont vs. Chippewa Hills

REMUS — Fremont’s girls softball team swept a Central State Activities Association-Gold doubleheader over Chippewa Hills, 16-10 and 18-7 on the road Wednesday afternoon.

In the first game Fremont jumped out to an early lead only to see the Lady Warriors come storming back to tie the game in the sixth inning.

Mckenzie Gugins smashed a home run in the top of the seventh to the Lady Packers back into the lead, and the defense was stout the rest of the way.

Maddie Baden also hit a home run for the Lady Packers, while Laney Sipos and Rainee Dey-Rayl each added doubles to the attack.

Fremont pounded out 14 hits in the nightcap, puttng up six runs in the sixth inning.

Sipos, Gugins, Savannah Keur and Haley Zerlaut contributed in the big inning. Sipos cleared the park for her first home run of the season.

Zerlaut was the winning pitcher in both games.

Montague vs. North Muskegon

MONTAGUE — Montague’s girls softball team lost a West Michigan Conference doubleheader to North Muskegon, 11-5 and 19-9 at home Wednesday afternoon.

Natalie Kellogg took the loss in the pitcher’s circle for the Wildcats in the opener. She went seven innings and allowed 11 runs on 12 hits and struck out two.

Hayden Boutell and Abby Thommen each had two hits to lead the Wildcats.

The Wildcats were sure-handed in the field and did not commit an error. Boutell made the most plays with five.

Montague was in the nightcap right until the end, but the Lady Norsemen pulled away late. North Muskegon broke a 8-8 tie in the fifth with a two-run triple.

Alissa Wynn and Presley Davis had three hits apiece to lead the Wildcats at the plate. Gabby Moreau and Johnson contributed two hits each.

Spring Lake vs. Reeths-Puffer

SPRING LAKE — Reeths-Puffer and Spring Lake girls softball teams split a non-conference doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon, with the Lady Lakers winning the first game 9-3 and Lady Rockets taking the nightcap 6-4.

Avery Flynn picked up the win in the pitcher’s circle for the Lady Lakers in Game 1, giving up eight hits and striking out 10 batters.

Flynn also helped out at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a walk and three runs scored. Tessa Britt had a hit and two walks. Alexa Carter, Tegan Rose, Cheyenne Lyons and Abby Wood all had hits.

Caitlynn Duffey took the loss in the circle for the Lady Rockets, finishing the game with 10 strike outs.

Megan Barmes had three hits, including two doubles, to lead Puffer at the plate. Aubrey Clark collected two singles and Emmie Buzzell had a double.

Alivia Dvorak, Clark and Natalie Kunnen each picked up one RBI.

Mady Snyder was the winning pitcher for the Lady Rockets in the nightcap, finishing with eight strike outs.

Duffey paced the 13-hit attack for the Lady Rockets, going 4-for-4 with a triple and two doubles. Brooklyn Rought went 3-for-3 with a double and Kunnen added a pair of singles.

In the second game Flynn was back in the circle for the Lady Lakers and took the loss. She gave up 11 hits, one walk and struck out four.

Britt and Lyons each went 2-for-3 at the plate for the Lady Lakers. Carter was 2-for-4.

Spring Lake is 17-9 overall.