MONTAGUE — It was a record-setting day in more ways than one for the Oakridge Eagles on Tuesday.

For starters, the Eagles defeated the host Montague Wildcats, 13-0, in the opener and 18-1 the second game.

Beyond that, the Eagles hit six home runs in one inning, which is the third most in homers in a single inning. Gracie Clark tied the state record for hitting two home runs in a single inning. Oakridge set a school record with its 47th home run of the season. The Eagles won their seventh consecutive conference title, and in that span, their record in the league is 101-1.

In the opener, Kaelinn Jozsa pitched six innings and allowed three hits while striking out eight. Andrea Romero had a grand slam home run and a double for five RBI. Madison Clark had two doubles and three RBI. Ahria Doornbos and Brenna Cabera each had a double and a single.

Oakridge put the game away with an eight-run sixth inning.

Maddie Kessler had a double and a single for the Montague.

In the nightcap, the fireworks really started. In the second inning, Jozsa, Doornbos, Madison Clark, Gracie Clark (2) and Gracie Willea all hit home runs. Gracie Clark finished with five RBI. Romero had a double, two singles and knocked in four runs. Cabrera had three singles.

Jozsa was the winning pitcher. She allowed three hits and struck out two.
Alissa Wynn had two singles for Montague.
Oakridge is 25-9 overall, 12-0 in the West Michigan Conference.