Saturday, July 2, 2022

Sports roundup for May 3, 2022

BASEBALL

FREMONT SWEEPS CENTRAL MONTCALM: The Green Hornets lost both games of Wednesday’s road doubleheader at Fremont, losing game one, 11-0, in five innings. Blake Guilford threw three innings and was charged with the loss, allowing six hits and three walks while striking out one batter. Kade Olson led the Hornets with two hits. Fremont won game two, 3-1, as Cameron Bracey was charged with the loss on the mound after allowing three hits and one walk while striking out four batters. Hayden Train led the offense with an RBI double. RECORD: 2-7 overall, 0-4 CSAA-Gold. NEXT: at Big Rapids at 4 p.m. today.

SOFTBALL

FARWELL SWEEPS CC-C: The Eagles fell to Farwell on the road Wednesday, 23-3 and 16-1. Calli Heleski led the Eagles with four hits, including a home run and a double. Haeven Clark added four singles while Kaylee Byrnes added two singles. NEXT: at Breckenridge at 4 p.m. today.

TRACK

CC-C BOYS WIN, GIRLS FIFTH AT ST. CHARLES: BOYS: The Eagles’ boys team took first place out of eight teams at the first MSAC jamboree of the season at St. Charles on Wednesday with a team score of 250. The Eagles took the top spot in several events, including the 400-meters (Oisin O’Grady, 55.05), 110-meter hurdles (Cavanaugh Barker, 15.23), 300 hurdles (Barker, 41.13), 3,200-meter relay (Cole Stone, O’Grady, Cole Halfman, Ashton Keiffer, 9:14.38), shot put (Zane Forist, 65-7.5), discus (Forist, 192-9), high jump (Matthew Emelander, 6-0), pole vault (Brayden Clark, 10-6) and long jump (Emelander, 20-2.25). Paul Wright finished second in the 100 (12.14), third in the 200 (25.36), third in the 400 (56.02) and second in the long jump (18-0). Keiffer took second in the 1,600 (4:48.77) and 3,200 11:54.34) while Taiden Robinson took second in the shot put (45-5) and discus (131-1). GIRLS: The Eagles’ girls team placed fifth out of eight teams on Wednesday with a team score of 52.33. St. Charles won the meet with a score of 149. Aubrey Hessbrook was the team’s top point scorer with a first-place finish in the long jump (14-6.5) and second in the high jump (4-8). Mary Beth Hyatt took fourth in the 400-meters (1:12.45) while Paige Ewalt finished fifth in the 300-meter hurdles (58.25). The 1,600-meter relay team of Ewalt, Hyatt, Trinity Coblentz and Hessbrook finished second with a time of 4:46.66. COACH’S QUOTE: “Everyone did well today in contributing to the team’s success. There were many PR’s (personal records) and everyone played a part. The girls are finding their places in the events that they can be most successful at and the guys continue to work together to get better as a group. This was a good first step towards their goal of winning the MSAC. Names to note — Mary Beth Hyatt had lifetime bests in all her events today, giving the girls some good points, while Cavanaugh Barker had lifetime bests in his three events giving him the wins in both hurdles and the high jump. … With less than a month before regionals, both teams still have all their goals in front of them.” — Grant Woodman. NEXT: at Shepherd invite at 2:30 p.m. Friday.

MONTABELLA BOYS THIRD, GIRLS SEVENTH AT ST. CHARLES: BOYS: The Mustangs’ boys team placed third out of eight teams on Wednesday at St. Charles with a team score of 79.5. Dakota Dykhuis placed second in the 800-meters (2:13.18) and third in the 1,600 (4:57.36). Cooper Bolton took second in the pole vault (10-0) while Rayce Sackett was third in the high jump (5-6). The 3,200-meter relay team of Riley Daily, James Wilson, Landon Hendrickson and Dykhuis took second with a time of 9:18.42. GIRLS: The Mustangs’ girls team placed seventh out of eight teams on Wednesday with a team score of 31. Ambrea Humphrey was the top point scorer for the Mustangs, taking third in the long jump (14-2.5), third in the 100-meters (14.7) and fourth in the 200 (30.7). The 400-meter relay team of Erika Esch, Kiana Nickerson, Makayla Alzamora and Humphrey took second with a time of 59 seconds. NEXT: at Beal City invite at 3 p.m. Friday.

VESTABURG GIRLS THIRD, BOYS FIFTH AT ST. CHARLES: GIRLS: The Wolverines’ girls team placed third out of eight teams at the MSAC jamboree hosted by St. Charles on Wednesday with a team score of 96. Allison Wichert took first in the 100-meter hurdles (17.04) and 300 hurdles (48.94) while also placing second in the 200-meters (27.93). Mickiah Allbee was second in the 400 (1:07.09) and fourth in the long jump (13-8.25). Rebecca Bornman was second in the discus (82-2) and third in the shot put (27-10.5) while Abigail Davis took third in the 800 (2:46.55). The 3,200-meter relay team of Allbee, Wichert, Davis and Jessica Penrod took first place with a time of 11:06.7. BOYS: The Wolverines’ boys team placed fifth out of eight teams on Wednesday with a team score of 44.5. Owen Patton led the Wolverines with a first-place finish in the 800 (2:06.47), 1,600 (4:43.55) and 3,200 (10:38.26). Colton Beard added a third-place finish in the high jump (5-6). NEXT: at Beal City invite at 3 p.m. Friday.

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