Traverse City Record-Eagle

Prep Sports

April 17, 2014

Prep Sports Roundup: Elks remain unbeaten

ELK RAPIDS — Nicole Hill netted three goals while Carley Patterson added a goal and two assists as Elk Rapids defeated East Jordan 8-0 in a Lake Michigan Conference match Wednesday.

Madi Brown, Allie Graziano, Mylia LaPointe and Cailey Wagner also scored for the Elks (3-0), who host Charlevoix today.

Paige Granger was in goal.

TC Liberty 2

Grayling 0

Suzanne Britten and Anne Lyman netted goals as the TC Liberty topped Grayling 2-0 in a Lake Michigan Conference soccer match.

Britten’s tally came off a corner kick by Abby Raetz. Lyman’s goal was unassisted.

Freshman Brin Forlenza had the shutout in goal for the Liberty (2-0), who travel to Harbor Springs on Monday.

Leland 10

Bear Lake 0

Whitney Schaub and Libby Munoz each scored four goals as Leland blanked Bear Lake/Brethren 10-0 in a game at the TBAYS fields.

“Our field is still under snow,” Leland coach Joe Burda said.

Lydia Gulow and Olivia Fellows also tallied for the Comets (5-0), who host Mason County Eastern today. Jessica Fleis posted her fourth shutout in goal.

Suttons Bay 3

Kingsley 1

Setha Zachman scored two goals as Suttons Bay evened its record at 1-1-1 with a 3-1 Greater Northwest Conference triumph over Kingsley.

Hannah Weber added a solo goal for the Norse, who face Leland next Tuesday. Rachel Pasche and Emily Beyer picked up assists. Autumn Goggin scored for Kingsley.

BASEBALL

St. Francis 18 12

BR Crossroads 0 0

Tyler Waslawski pitched a one-hit complete game shutout as St. Francis beat Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 18-0 in the opener of a doubleheader.

The Gladiators (2-1) also took the nightcap 12-0 as Jake Duell registered the win.

Matt Seybert drove in five runs on the day for St. Francis. Gabe Callery collected four hits, Joe Studzinski and Rob Williams three. Tanner Kaplan scored six runs and Studzinski five.

SOFTBALL

LL St. Mary 12 7

Elk Rapids 6 3

Lake Leelanau St. Mary swept a non-conference twinbill from Elk Rapids, 12-6 and 7-3.

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