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Napoleon 9, Columbia Central 6: Napoleon High School won its own invitational with the victory. Grant Bradley struck out 10 batters on the mound for the Pirates and Tyler Schneider had three RBIs. Cameron Adams knocked in four runs for the Golden Eagles.

Napoleon 10, North Adams-Jerome 0: Jason Negus struck out 11 NAJ batters in the win for the Pirates. Gage Deland and Tyler Schneider recorded two hits apiece for Napoleon. 

Columbia Central 12, Morenci 0: Ryan Ladd earned the pitching win for the Golden Eagles with four strikeouts in the five-innings game. Cameron Adams had three RBIs for Columbia Central in game one of the Napoleon Invitational. 

Algonac 5, Northwest 4: Easton Nietzke had two hits and knocked in two runs in the game at the Leslie Invitational. 

Northwest 2, Bronson 1: Gage Race and Will Herman held Bronson to three hits in the win. 

Springport 4, Hillsdale 3: The Spartans scored twice in the sixth inning to pull out the win. Matt Riehle struck out nine batters in just over three innings pitched for Springport. The win is the first for the Spartans this season. 

Hillsdale 16, Springport 0: Hillsdale High School rebounded in game two for the split. The Spartans are now 1-7 on the season. 


Grass Lake 12, Claussen 2: Olivia Turner finished with five RBIs in the win at the Stockbridge Invitational. The Warriors are undefeated so far this season.

Grass Lake 16, Whitmore Lake 1: Makayla Miller had three hits and knocked in four runs for the Warriors at the Stockbridge Invitational. 

Leslie 6, Napoleon 5: Napoleon High School scored twice in the final inning but could not catch the Blackhawks. Alyssa Budd had three RBIs for the Pirates. 

Napoleon 5, Jonesville 1: Raye Burke limited Jonesville to two hits while striking out 12 for the Pirates. Sam Conaway and Karson Fairbanks had two hits apiece in the win. 

Northwest 3, Walled Lake North 1: Nevaeh Ingram struck out 13 batters and scattered two hits in the Northwest win. Cora Pilaczynski had two hits for the Mounties. 

Northwest 3, Allen Park 2: The Mounties scored one run in the bottom of the seventh inning to pull out the win. Nevaeh Ingram recorded 12 strikeouts and Grace Pilaczynski and Danielle Louagie knocked in runs for the Mounties. 

Northwest 16, Alpena 0: The Mounties made quick work of Alpena in three innings during the MSU Tournament near Grand Blanc. Northwest was 3-0 on the day. Grace Pilaczynski recorded three hits and knocked in three runs and Cora Pilaczynski struck out six batters while giving up only one hit for the Mounties.

Springport 16, Hillsdale 6: The Spartans’ bats exploded for 25 hits in the six-inning win. Kelsey Speer and Reaghan Kregel had four hits apiece in the Springport win. Kregel also struck out seven batters on the mound for SHS. 

Marshall 12, Springport 1: The Spartans lost to Marshall at the Hillsdale Invitational. 

Hanover-Horton 8, Stockbridge 6: Lexie Schuette and Lilly Wooster each had three hits and two RBIs for the Comets at the Stockbridge Invitational.

Hanover-Horton 9, East Jackson 2: Lauren Hassenzahl struck out six batters on the mound and Mayson Scally knocked in three runs for the Comets. Emily Uyttenhove recorded a pair of hits for East Jackson. 

Track and Field

Leslie Invitational: East Jackson High School finished fourth in the boys’ meet and seventh in the girls. Austin McKessy finished first in the 200-meter dash (24.57 seconds), second in the 100-meter dash (12.11), and second in the high jump (5-10) for the Trojans. Brynn Mericle won the 100-meter hurdles (17.75 seconds) and the 300-meter hurdles (51.83). 

Hudson Invitational: Vandercook Lake High School finished fifth in both meets. Kylie Baldwin won the 100-meter dash (13.4 seconds) and teamed with Tessa Watson, Madison Campbell, and Morgan LeFaive to win the 400-meter relay (56.1). Kyle Stiles finished second in the discus (109-2) in the boys’ meet. 

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