MONA SHORES — Oakridge’s girls softball team dropped its opening game in the Mona Shores tournament held Saturday to support Suicide and Mental Health Awareness.

It was only the Eagles’ second loss of the season, and they rebounded well from it to win their second game over Spring Lake to move to 20-2 on the season.

The Eagles lost a close 4-3 decision to eventual tournament champion Allendale.

Brooklyn Galdeen was in the pitcher’s circle for the Eagles, and went 6 2/3 innings allowing seven hits, walked two and struck out one. Allendale scored the winning run on a wild pitch with two out in the bottom of the seventh.

Oakridge had only four hits in the game. Brenna Cabrera led the way with a home run and a single. Kaelinn Jozsa also had a home run and drove in two runs. Galdeen contributed a single.

Kylee Willea picked up the win against Spring Lake, going the distance and giving up five hits, three walks and striking out nine.

Galdeen crushed a grand slam home run and added a single to lead the Eagles at the plate. Jozsa had two singles and one RBI, Cabrera had a single and two RBI as the Eagles knocked out nine hits for the game.