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Hanover-Horton 2, Columbia Central 0: Luke Soper earned the win for the Comets striking out 10 batters in 6.2 innings. Jack Wooster finished with a pair of hits for Hanover-Horton. Conor Rentfrow led CCHS with two hits.

Napoleon 11, East Jackson 1: Grant Bradley pitched a no-hitter for the Pirates striking out 14 batters in the process. Bradley also finished with three hits and an RBI. Christian Nykam and Kayden Fowler each had two hits and Reed Vincent knocked in three runs for Napoleon. The Pirates scored six runs in the third inning to pull ahead of the Trojans.

Leslie 7, Grass Lake 5: Walker McKibbin finished with two hits and an RBI and Max Schafran added two hits for the Warriors. Conner Marciniak finished with three hits for Leslie in the win.

Jackson 32, Ypsilanti Community 0: The Vikings enjoyed innings where they scored 12 and 20 runs in the offensive explosion. Joey Ortiz had three hits and knocked in three runs for the Vikings. Ty Northrup also finished with three hits and Zander Resor, Cooper Alger, and Mitchell Saxton also recorded two hits apiece for Jackson.

Michigan Center 5, Manchester 4: The Cardinals scored the go-ahead run in the sixth inning. Dylan Whitmill finished with three hits and Brennan Forward and Brady Sober added a pair of hits for Michigan Center.

Western 14, Hastings 3: Lincoln Levy and Luke Nally each recorded a pair of hits for Western in the win. Nick Allen and Justin Chapko combined for the win on the mound for Western.

Western 11, Hastings 1: Brody Parrott struck out seven batters on the Mound for Western in four innings of work. Alex Trudell finished with three hits for the Panthers.


Grass Lake 2, Columbia Central 0: Morgan Conrad earned the pitching win for GLHS with nine strikeouts in seven innings pitched. Hailey Wetherby scattered six hits for CCHS on the mound striking out four batters.

Grass Lake 8, Columbia Central 2: The Warriors improved to 28-1 on the season with the victory. Emily Brown finished with two hits and three RBIs and Olivia Turner and Morgan Conrad added three hits for Grass Lake. Camden Knapp finished with one hit and an RBI for CCHS.

East Jackson 13, Addison 11: The Trojans scored four times in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull out the victory. Kilah Boatright had two hits and knocked in five runs. She had a key three-run double in the sixth inning for EJHS.

Addison 10, East Jackson 1: Addison Hendricks and Emily Uyttenhove each recorded two hits for the Trojans in the loss.

Hanover-Horton 11, Napoleon 6: Halle Swihart was the player of the game with two home runs and five RBIs for Hanover-Horton. She finished with three hits in the game. Sophia Jennings finished with two hits and an RBI for Napoleon.

Hanover-Horton 15, Napoleon 5: Amierah Jarrett and Alexyn DuBois each collected three hits and knocked in three runs to pace the Comets. Sydney Gallagher and Haven Marker both finished with one hit and two RBIs for the Pirates.

Lumen Christi 10, Stockbridge 0: Bella Wrozek pitched a no-hitter for the Titans and recorded two hits at the plate. Bree Okoniewski, Lily Ganton, Allison O’Dowd, and Emily Rogers also had two hits each for LCCHS.

Lumen Christi 15, Stockbridge 2: Bree Okoniewski earned the pitching win for LCCHS striking out 11 batters in the process. Okoniewski and Mallory Arcaro each recorded a pair of hits for Lumen Christi.

Ann Arbor Pioneer 16, Jackson 1

Girls Soccer

Columbia Central 2, Michigan Center 1: Mara Henry scored two first-half goals for CCHS in the contest. Cecelia Scaife scored the only goal for the Cardinals on an assist by Ayla Marr. Abbie Hess finished with six saves in net for the Cardinals. With the win Columbia Central improves to 10-6 over-all and 8-5 in the Cascades Conference while Michigan Center drops to 10-4-1 overall and 9-4 in the conference. 

Ypsilanti Community 3, Jackson 1: Tavia Swanson scored her first high school goal on an assist by Sienna Tovar for Jackson.

Napoleon 1, Grass Lake 1: Elle Van Poppel scored her first high school career goal on a free kick from Sophia Jennings. Joy Flack recorded 17 saves in net for the Pirates.

Leslie 6, Hanover-Horton 0

Lumen Christi 3, Coldwater 0

Pennfield 2, Northwest 0

Boys Golf

Interstate-8 Championship: Harper Creek won the event with a four-man total of 309. Northwest placed second (313) and Western was third (323). Cody Rowe of Northwest earned medalist honors with a 74, Jake Brafford was fourth for Northwest with 78, J.J. Miller of Northwest and Hayden Kim of Western tied for fifth with 79s. and Eric Bonser of Western tied for eighth with an 80. Northwest finished second overall in the final standings and Western third in the Interstate-8 Conference.

Girls Tennis

Division 3 Regional at Battle Creek: Western High School won the regional title for a fourth consecutive year with 23 points. Western was powered by its doubles teams winning all four doubles flight titles at the regional. Dru Porter/Becca Brushaber won the title at No. 1 doubles; Gabi Davis/Leslie Kinder took the win at No. 2 doubles; No. 3 doubles was won by Anna Wilcox/Karly Foster; and Silvia Baker/Sophie Nguyen won the championship at No. 4 doubles. Natalie Hyde was second at No. 4 singles for Western. Vicksburg edged Edwardsburg for second place at the D3 regional, 19-18.

D4 Regional at Lumen Christi: Lansing Catholic High School and Lumen Christi Catholic High School earned trips to the Division 4 state finals by finishing first and second, respectively. Lansing Catholic scored 20 points and the Titans scored 13 points. Columbia Central finished third just two points short of qualifying for the state meet with 10 points. Olivia Eaker of Lumen Christi won the title at No. 1 singles; Maddison Arcaro/Lily Melnick of Lumen Christi took first place at No. 2 doubles; and No. 4 doubles was won by Katelyn Ellis/Allison Wheeler of Lumen Christi.

Boys Lacrosse

Jackson 9, Ann Arbor Huron 8: Jackson advances in the Region 8 regional to play No. 1 seeded Brighton in a yet-to-be-determined date and time. Jackson earned its fourth win of the inaugural season for the sport in Jackson County.

College Athletic Events


Southeastern University 4, Spring Arbor 0: The Cougars fell in the third round of the NAIA Championships bowing out with a 34-22 record on the season. SAU could only muster four hits in the NAIA National Tournament in Georgia.

On Deck for May 16, 2024


Chelsea at Lumen Christi 4 p.m.

Northwest vs. Gabriel Richard (EMU) 6 p.m.


Concord at Homer 4 p.m.

Skyline at Jackson 4 p.m.

Hastings at Lumen Christi 4 p.m.

Northwest at Springport 4 p.m.

Girls Soccer

Springport at Maple Valley 5:30 p.m.

Michigan Center at Jonesville 5:30 p.m.

Napoleon at Columbia Central 5 p.m.

Brighton Livingston at Jackson Christian 5:30 p.m.

Girls Tennis

Jackson, Northwest at D2 Regional (East Lansing) 8:30 a.m.

College Athletic Events


Region 12 Tournament at Jackson College

Jackson vs. Grand Rapids 11 a.m.

Kellogg vs. Kalamazoo Valley 2:30 p.m.

Loser of game 1 vs. loser of game two (elimination game) 6 p.m.

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