Linden softball crew sweeps Montrose to remain unbeaten – thqaftqlm

Linden softball crew sweeps Montrose to remain unbeaten

FLINT – Linden remained unbeaten in six video games this season by sweeping Montrose 9-3, 13-5 Wednesday.

Linden had 27 hits within the twinbill led by Olivia Burke and Cassie Sylvester with 5 apiece. Ava Siegwald and Morgan Piotrovsky added 4 hits every for the Eagles.

Lainey Cannon had 4 hits for Montrose.

Successful pitcher Megan Widner scattered eight hits and struck out 10 within the opener. Within the second recreation, profitable pitcher Lydia Jacques struck out eight.

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LakeVille sweeps Memphis

Successful pitcher Mallorie Nevadomski struck out 9 and hit a grand slam within the opener of LakeVille’s 9-2, 14-0 sweep of Memphis. Brooke Newbery added three hits for the Falcons within the first recreation whereas Jayla Thompson had two that included a solo homer. Within the second recreation, freshman Zoe Swank struck out 5 and had three hits with three stolen bases. Thompson hit one other residence run.

Lapeer sweeps Flushing

Lapeer beat Flushing 16-1, 15-0. Carley Hoover and Makynna Saltzman each had two hits and three RBIs for Lapeer within the opener. Amber Lamphier pitcher a two-hitter within the nightcap for Lapeer, which received three hits and 4 RBIs in addition to three hits from Abigail Francis.


Grand Blanc 7, Saginaw Heritage 1

Kate Childers scored two targets for Grand Blanc, which received one aim apiece from Kendall Croteau, Ariana James, Iyana Blake, Anna Weston and Anna Sabo.

Lapeer 3, Bay Metropolis Central 1

After Bay Metropolis Central opened the scoring 10 minutes into the sport, Lapeer rallied on targets by Maecyn Kress, Sephora Miller and Anna Megie. Lilly Younger made 4 saves in aim for the Lightning (3-1).

Algonac 7, Imlay Metropolis 2

Wren Dennis had a aim and an help to steer Imlay Metropolis.

Corunna 2, Owosso 1

Mallory Dennis scored the lone aim for Owosso, which trailed 2-0 at halftime.


Holly 196, Owosso 198

Ryan Dahl shot 46 to steer Owosso. Jon Mazza added 47.


Swartz Creek sweeps Holly

Swartz Creek received each the girls and boys meets by scores of 78-58 and 94-40. Holly received first locations from Kendall Murdock (100, 200), Allison Rockafellow (400, 3,200), Ella Azbell (300 hurdles, lengthy bounce), Grant Hoffman (1,600), Anabelle Basham (excessive bounce), Konner Welch (discus), Brennan McCombs (excessive bounce) the 400 relay crew (Jake DeVary, Lincoln Rice, Lance Xiong, and Kendall Murdock) and the 800 relay crew (DeVary, Rice, Brennan McCombs and Kendall Murdo).

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