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Coldwater 1, Lumen Christi 0

Coldwater 6, Lumen Christi 4

Blissfield 9, Columbia Central 0: Columbia Central could only muster three hits in the game off Blissfield pitching. 

Blissfield 10, Columbia Central 3: Nick Wilding and Blake Hoskins each had a hit and knocked in one run for CCHS.  

Jonesville 13, Concord 0: Dustin Hamilton had the only hit for Concord in the loss. 

Jonesville 3, Concord 2: Logan Lamb had one hits and an RBI for Concord (13-17). 

Northwest 6, Haslett 1: Ethan Anspaugh pitched a complete game giving up only four hits and striking out seven batters for Northwest. Koby Castle and Douglas Putnam had three hits apiece for the Mounties.

Northwest 5, Haslett 0: Gage Race pitched six innings, giving up only two hits and striking out six batters for Northwest.  

Springport 4, Union City 2: Dylan Sanford pitched a complete game for the Spartans, striking out six batters and scattering three hits. Matt Riehle and Timmy Lightner each had a hit and an RBI for Springport (13-12). 

Union City 12, Springport 2: Springport player Dylan Sanford had two hits in the contest. 

Softball

Blissfield 15, Columbia Central 5: Gracie Keller and Caella Fall had two hits apiece for CCHS.  

Blissfield 19, Columbia Central 10: Blissfield scored nine times in the bottom of the sixth inning after CCHS had tied the score at 10-all. Ava Lyke hit a home run and drove in three runs, Kenadee Tompkins finished with two hits and two RBIs, and McKenzie Fall recorded three hits for CCHS (15-16). 

Concord 9, Jonesville 6: Iyla Weeks finished with three hits and knocked in four runs for Concord. 

Saline 15, Jackson 0: The Vikings were no-hit in three innings on the road Tuesday. 

Coldwater 21, Lumen Christi 0: Coldwater pitched a no-hitter against the Titans. 

Coldwater 16, Lumen Christi 0: The Lady Cardinals scored 12 runs in the second inning of the contest. 

Northwest 10, Hanover-Horton 0: Nevaeh Ingram pitched a perfect game for the Mounties, striking out 16-of-18 batters faced. Campbell Kloack recorded three hits and two RBIs and Grace Pilaczynski had two hits and knocked in three runs for Northwest (31-2). 

Northwest 10, Hanover-Horton 0: Nevaeh Ingram and Core Pilaczynski combined for a no-hitter against the Comets. Ava Golightly had three hits and Cora Pilaczynski recorded two hits and two RBIs for the Mounties. 

Springport 12, Union City 0: Kelsey Speer earned the shutout for the Spartans with six strikeouts. Rebekkah Betz and Rachel Potter had multiple hits for Springport. 

Springport 17, Union City 7: Rebekkah Betz finished with three hits – including a home run – and knocked in three runs for Springport (19-9).  

Western 10, Harper Creek 0: Hailey Whisman struck out 11 batters in six innings pitched for Western. Ashley Sturgill knocked in five runs in the contest for Western (24-6). 

Western 5, Harper Creek 4: Western scored three runs in the seventh inning to pull out the win. Ashley Sturgill had two hits and knocked in two runs and Abby Stoetzel finished with three hits for Western. 

Boys track and field

Cascades Conference Final: Napoleon High School won the conference meet at home with 152 points. Grass Lake was second (129), Hanover-Horton was third (101.5), Michigan Center was sixth (63.5), and East Jackson was seventh (39.5). Graham Gumper of Hanover-Horton won the 100-meter dash (11.5); Andrew Stockton of Grass Lake won the 200-meter dash (23.46); Rogan Melling of Hanover-Horton won the 1,600-meter run (4:36) and the 3,200-meter run (10:25); Holden Van Poppel of Napoleon won the 110-meter hurdles (15.27) and the long jump (19-7); Jack Easterday of Grass Lake won the 300-meter hurdles (41.57) and the high jump (5-11); and Easterday joined Robert Anderson, Gus Vitale, and Stockton of Grass Lake to win the 800-meter relay (1:37.75).  

LCAA Finals at Onsted: Columbia Central finished sixth in the meet with 67 points. Jacob Walker of Columbia Central won the 800-meter run (2:00), the 1,600-meter run (4:43), and the 3,200-meter run (10:24); and the Golden Eagles won the 800-meter relay (1:36.82) with a team of Braiden Berro, Cody Richardson, Chase Strasser and Luke Fish. 

Interstate-8 Finals at Western: Western High School finished third (89 points), Lumen Christi was sixth (16 points), and Northwest finished seventh (11 points) at the Interstate-8 Conference championships at Albion College. Lincoln Raczkowski of Western won the 300-meter hurdles (40.37)  and Josh Veneziano of Western won the high jump (6-3).  

Girls track and field

Cascades Conference Final: Napoleon High School won the conference meet with 152 points. Grass Lake finished second (119.5), Hanover-Horton was third (94), East Jackson finished fifth (84), and Michigan Center was seventh (27.5).  Alyssa Budd of Napoleon won the 100-meter dash (13.16) and the long jump (17-2.5); Kaitlyn Pilch of East Jackson won the 200-meter dash (27.72); Lexus Bargesser of Grass Lake took first in the 400-meter dash (1:00); Sophia Reynolds of Hanover-Horton won the title in the 800-meter run (2:30); Ava Viegelahn of Grass Lake won the 1,600-meter run (5:49); Brynn Mericle of East Jackson won the 100-meter hurdles (17.83) and the 300-meter hurdles (48.78); East Jackson took first place in the 400-meter relay (52.91); Napoleon won the 3,200-meter relay (10:32); Emme Van Poppel of Napoleon won the shot put (33-9.25); Katelyn Landa of Napoleon won the discus (102-5); and Ely Trefry of Michigan Center won the pole vault (10-0). 

LCAA Finals at Onsted: Columbia Central finished eighth with 54.5 points. Freshman Rylie Aylesworth won the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.23 seconds.  

Interstate-8 Finals at Western: Western High School won the Interstate-8 Conference championship at Albion College on Tuesday with 154 points. Lumen Christi finished fifth (47 points) and Northwest was sixth (27 points). Madison Osterberg of Lumen Christi won the 800-meter run (2:12); Faith Smith of Lumen Christi took first in the 1,600-meter run (5:16) and the 3,200-meter run (11:14); Anna Burk of Western won the 300-meter hurdles (48.62); Western won the 400-meter relay (53.04), the 800-meter relay (1:48), the 1,600-meter relay (4:18), and the 3,200-meter relay (10:35); and Mara Mitchell of Northwest won the high jump (5-2). 

Boys golf

LCAA Final at Woodlawn: Columbia Central finished eighth with 450. Hayden Carter and Andrew Zacharias each shot 105 for the Golden Eagles.  

Big 8 Conference final: Alex Grundeman of Concord finished 11th with 102 and Eli Dyer finished 24th with a 126 for Springport at Whiffletree Golf Course.  

Division 2 pre-regional: Northwest High School finished seventh out of 16 teams scoring a four-man total of 350 at Stonehedge Golf Club. Isaac Anuszkiewicz shot a 78 to lead the Mounties. 

SEC White Division championship: Jackson High School finished fifth with a total of 359. The Vikings were led by Colin Norton with a 72 – good for second place individually at Leslie Park Golf Course.

Girls tennis

Interstate-8 Conference championship: Western and Lumen Christi were determined as co-champs with the Titans winning the conference tournament and Western winning the regular season title. Olivia Eaker, Michaela Hauer and Genevieve Brawner won singles titles for Lumen Christi at Nos. 2-4 respectively. 

On Deck for May 25, 2022

Baseball

East Jackson at Grass Lake 4 p.m. 

Softball

Onsted at Michigan Center 4 p.m. 

Jackson at A.A. Pioneer 4:30 p.m. 

Grass Lake at East Jackson 4 p.m. 

Track and field

Big Eight Conference Finals (Quincy) 2:45 p.m. 

Girls soccer

Columbia Central at Jonesville (districts) 5 p.m. 

Lakeview at Jackson (districts)  4 p.m. 

Onsted at Michigan Center (districts) 5:30 p.m. 

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