FLINT – Grand Blanc raised its record to five-1 Thursday with a 20-1, 9-five softball sweep more than Midland.

In the opener, winning pitcher Sydney Lengthy permitted 5 hits and struck out 13. She added had 4 hits, like a house run. The Bobcats also got several hits from Jacklyn Harvey, Carson Kuhlmann, Savannah Schultz, Kayden Rouse, Katelyn Schultz and Katelyn DeWitt.

In the nightcap, DeWitt had 4 hits. Winning pitcher Savannah Schultz permitted 4 hits and struck out nine.

Linden sweeps Swartz Creek

Linden raised its record to eight- by beating Swartz Creek 11-1 and 14-four.

Megan Widner, Liv Burke and Eva Opper homered in the opener, when Widner was the winning pitcher right after enabling 4 hits and striking out eight. Kayla Widner won the nightcap right after enabling 3 hits and striking out eight.

On the day, Morgan Piotrovsky had six hits, Megan Widner had 5 and the Eagles got 4 hits apiece from Ava Siegwald and Burke.

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Lapeer splits with Bay City Western

Savana Ludeman and MaKynna Saltzman each homered for Lapeer and winning pitcher Carley Hoover scattered six hits and struck out eight whilst going the distance in a 7-three opening game win. Kaylee Whitney and Kylie Walton each had two hits for the Lightning. In the opener, Saltzman homered in an 11-1 loss.

LakeVille splits with North Branch

North Branch won the opener 9- prior to LakeVille captured the nightcap 12-eight. In the second game, Brooke Newbery had 3 doubles and 3 RBIs for LakeVille whilst Mayson Kelley and Mallorie Nevadomski added two this apiece.

Lake Fenton blanks Brandon twice

Camryn McMillian pitched her second straight shutout for Lake Fenton in the 15- opener, striking out seven. She also doubled and homered. Hannah Hooker added 3 hits and Leah Meyers homered. In the 20- nightcap, Meyers pitched her second straight shutout whilst McMillian homered. Lydia Slater, Reagan and Ava Gross had 3 hits apiece for the Blue Devils.


Owosso sweeps Chesaning

Zach Evon had two hits like a house run for Owosso, which also got two hits from Hugh Doyle in a 14-four win. In the nightcap, Evon’s two-run, walkoff homer gave the Trojans a 9-eight victory. Daniel Wittum led Owosso with 4 hits and Doyle belted a 3-run homer. Evon had 3 hits.


Lapeer scored 128 points to finish very first in the Lapeer Co-Ed Relays. Armada was second, Lake Fenton third, North Branch fourth, Imlay fifth and Madison Academy sixth. The Lightning had been very first or second in all 14 events. Right here are Lapeer’s very first-spot finishers:

three,200 (Rylee Brasseur, Megan Essenmacher, Jacob Essenmacher, Chase Fike) shuttle hurdles (Averie Brown, Ella Stepke, Hayden Josef, Alex Prezkora) freshman relay (Nadia Cordes, Madeline Frankowiak, Dom Depew, Josh Kenny) sprint medley ( Rachel Ballman, Mackenzie Williams, Jace Lindsay, C. Fike) 1,600 (M. Williams, Rachel Ballman, K. Capstick, C. Fike) higher jump (Aubrey Bennett, R. Ballman, H. Josef, Billy Drake) lengthy jump (Alaina Prezkora, Jane Jadach, Michael Brewer, B. Drake) discus (Ava Stone, Emma Lazzell, Seth Gavan, Colton Turk).


Lapeer currently pondering about make run at state softball title

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