Traverse City Record-Eagle

May 21, 2013

Prep Sports Roundup: Frankfort's Zimmerman wins 400th game

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Traverse City Record-Eagle

---- — TRAVERSE CITY — Frankfort baseball head coach Mike Zimmerman won his 400th game as Frankfort swept a doubleheader from TC Christian on Monday, 6-4 and 5-3.

Ken Frieswyk scattered six hits to get the win in the opener, while Sam Stockdale fanned 10 and allowed three hits to lead the Panthers (20-5) to the victory in game two.

Frieswyk went 2-for-3 in game one, while Kyle Kidder and Brennan Flynn each doubled. Kole Hollenbeck had a double among two hits in game two. R.J. Kennis also had two hits in that game.

Leading Christian offensively in game one was Cam Beemer with two hits and four stolen bases. Jonathan Wilhelm added an RBI and a single, and Josh Lugiewicz had an RBI double. In game two Jacob Rorick, Will Andre and Wilhelm had the hits for the Sabres (8-11-1)

Frankfort travels to Kingsley today and Christian hosts Onekama.

 

MORE BASEBALL

Mancelona	5	10

Gaylord St. Mary	8	0

Kyle Schepperly threw a one-hit shutout as Mancelona defeated Gaylord St. Mary 10-0 in a five-inning nightcap of a baseball doubleheader. St. Mary posted an 8-5 victory in the opener.

Schepperly struck out seven in the victory. Nick Balhorn went 2-for-2 with a double and scored a run.

Jonathan Lochinski went 2-for-2 with two runs scored in the opener for St. Mary. Brendan Nowicki took the loss, allowing nine hits. J.R. Cook had two hits for the Ironmen (13-5, 10-2 Ski Valley Conference), who play Bellaire and Forest Area on Wednesday in games that are being completed from earlier this season. The split drops Mancelona into a first-place SVC tie with Onaway.

The Snowbirds (12-8, 9-7 SVC) were led in the opener by three hits from Anthony Zielinski and two each by Matt Spyhalski and Jack Lochinski. Nick Harrington hit a triple and made a diving catch with the bases loaded in the sixth to end the game. Brendan Nowicki was the winning pitcher for St. Mary, which plays Wednesday at East Jordan.

 

LL St. Mary's 10	5

Bellaire	7	7

Lake Leelanau St. Mary's Jack Garthe threw a complete-game seven hitter, while striking out nine as the Eagles downed Bellaire 10-7 in the opening game of a baseball doubleheader. Bellaire got revenge in game two, pulling out a 7-5 win in eight innings.

Leif Mohrman had three hits and three RBIs to lead St. Mary in the opener. Daniel Bardenhagen and John VanRaalte added two hits each. James Schrader led Bellaire with two hits.

Bellaire's Adam Underwood had a big home run to give Bellaire a one run lead in the seventh inning of the nightcap, while Jacob Campis and Alec Stillwell added two hits apiece. Garthe had two doubles and two RBIs for St. Mary (7-11-2), and Bardenhagen had two hits and an RBI.

 

SOCCER

TC West	2

Cadillac	2

Traverse City West rallied from a 2-0 halftime deficit to tie Cadillac 2-2 and stay in a first-place tie with the Vikings atop the Big North Conference.

Jessica Kalbfleisch scored off a Kiley Kreple assist and then Kalbfleisch converted on a penalty kick to knot it up.

"It was a great comeback," West coach Lauran Pinto said.

Savannah Wojtanowski was in goal for the Titans (10-5-4), with Kreple, Nikki Sanford, Mikaela Ray and Mikenna Ray leading the defense.

Both West and Cadillac are 6-1-3 in BNC action. The Vikings travel to Petoskey (6-3-1 BNC) today, and West travels Thursday to Gaylord (6-2-2 BNC).

In the junior varsity game, West won 2-0 on a pair of Nora Malmberg goals. Kary-Kate Rose had an assist, and Brittany Sanderson and Kaylie Camp split time in net for the Titans (8-4-3).

 

TC Central	2

Sault Ste. Marie	1

A short-handed Traverse City Central team managed a 2-1 non-conference victory over Sault Ste. Marie.

Playing without eight seniors who were at the school's honors convocation — including starting goalie Katie Wheeler — junior defender Lindsey Round stepped in and played in net.

Jalyna Cisneros scored off a Lily Stackable assist and Katie Ludwig added an unassisted goal as the Trojans outshot the Blue Devils 18-2.

Central (7-11-1) hosts Alpena today.

 

Grayling	6

Kalkaska	0

Hannah Haven had a hand in five of Grayling's goal in a 6-0 Lake Michigan Conference win over Kalkaska.

Haven had three goals and two assists and Laura Simpson stopped all six shots she faced.

Maddie Bernardo had a goal and an assist and Courtney Hatfield and Alyssa Morley each scored goals.

The Vikings (9-7, 6-7 LMC) host Roscommon on Wednesday.

 

Glen Lake	8

Benzie Central	0

Clare Slack and Madison Alonzi each scored hat tricks in Glen Lake's 8-0 win over Benzie Central.

Alex LaCross added a goal and two assists and Sarah Kendell had a goal.

Gemma Leask made three saves for the Lakers (8-8-1, 7-0-1 Northwest Girls Soccer Conference), who travel Wednesday to Gaylord.

 

SOFTBALL

Bellaire	3	5

LL St. Mary's 5	1

Haley Myas threw a one-hitter as Bellaire topped Lake Leelanau St. Mary 5-1 to get a split of a softball doubleheader. St. Mary won the opener 5-3.

Myas fanned one and walked two, while adding an RBI single. Madeline Balon also had an RBI single and Amber Tipton collected three doubles. Katie Thornton and Autumn Rowe each singled.

In the first game Tipton had a double, single and an RBI, Thornton and Kayla Camp each had RBI singles, Balon tripled, and Michaela Watson singled.

Megan Popp picked up the opening-game victory for St. Mary's, striking out four and scattering five hits as Mary Rexroat led the Eagles' offense with a 2 for 3 games and an RBI. McKenzie Verellan struck out eight in the loss.

Lake Leelanau (19-8) travels to Buckley today.

 

Mancelona	4	1

Gaylord St. Mary	2	3

Kallie Derrer struck out 10 as Mancelona defeated Gaylord St. Mary 4-2 in game one of a softball doubleheader. The Ironmen dropped the second game 3-1.

Derrer allowed two runs on two hits to get the win. She also had an RBI hit. Dakota Derrer tripled, doubled and scored twice, Taylor Robbins had an RBI hit, Lindsey Friday had a triple and scored, and Logan Allen had a hit.

Kallie Derrer took the loss in game two, allowing five hits and striking out four. Haley Ackley had an RBI hit, and Kallie Derrer, Friday and Allen all added hits.

The Ironmen (15-3, 11-3 Ski Valley) are at Boyne City on Thursday.

 

GOLF

TC West takes third at Mona Shores Invite

On a tough Muskegon Country Club course that will serve as host for next month's Michigan Amateur, TC West finished with a team score of 321 to place third at the Mona Shores Invitational golf tournament.

Brady Greenman led West at the tournament, carding a 78, which was good for ninth in a tournament that featured wind and fast greens. Cam Murray was second of the Titans' scorers with a 79, and Peydon Myers and Alex Scott each shot 82.

The host Sailors won the tournament with a 302, followed by Detroit Catholic Central with a 316.

West returns to action on Thursday at Bay View Country Club in Petoskey for the final Big North meet of the season.

 

Suttons Bay cruises to NWC jamboree win

Suttons Bay had the three best individual scores to run away with a Northwest Conference jamboree at the Leelanau Club.

The Norsemen shot 157 to win by 40 shots over runner-up Mesick, followed by Frankfort (209), Glen Lake (213), Benzie Central (220), Leland (220) and Kingsley (221).

Devin Capron was the event medalist with a 38, and Lars Thornton and Eric Chapman each carded 39s.

Brent Duddles added a 41 to tie for fourth with Mesick's Alex Stanton, one shot ahead of the Bulldogs' Alex Marshall.

Frankfort's Tristan Rogers shot 45, as did Benzie Central's Paul Dumas. Kyle Schaub had a 48 for Glen Lake.

The league championship is Wednesday at Mistwood.

— Compiled by James Cook and Chris Dobrowolski