Scott McPherson went 3-for-3 with an RBI for the Stags (4-6-1) in game one. Matt Bartz was the winning pitcher, allowing five hits and one walk and fanning five.
Thomas Waning took the loss for Glen Lake (5-1), striking out 10. Austin Odziana had two hits, both doubles, and an RBI.
In the second game Ben Schweikart got the win for the Lakers in relief. Curtis Bunek got the save. Trevor Apsey and Odziana had two doubles apiece. Travis Moore had three hits and two RBIs, while Bunek and Dale Pleva had two RBIs.
TC St. Francis 0 7
Kalkaska 1 0
Traverse City St. Francis shut down Kalkaska in the nightcap to salvage a split with the Lake Michigan Conference foes.
The Blazers won the opener 1-0 as Ellie Barber struck out seven in a three-hitter. Kelli Guy had two hits.
J.T. Helsel walked in the fifth, stole second, advanced to third on a passed ball and scored on Taylor Birgy’s bunt single. Birgy had two hits.
The Gladiators (5-2, 3-1 LMC) rebounded in the second contest, as Gabby Morgan struck out six and gave up four hits.
Haley Bussell doubled twice, Megan Knudsen was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, Bridget Bussell doubled among two hits and drove in a run and Abbey Coger had an RBI. Guy had a pair of hits for Kalkaska (3-1, 3-1 LMC).
Kingsley 9 5
Glen Lake 0 1
Amanda Yoker threw a one-hitter in each game of Kingsley’s softball sweep over host Glen Lake on Tuesday, 9-0 and 5-1.
Yoker struck out nine in the first game and six in the second game.
Offensively for the Stags in the opener, Alicia Folkersma had a double and two singles, while Kaitlyn Totten had a double among two hits, Yoker hit a triple and a double and Dannie Fulker doubled.
Yoker went 3-for-3, including a double, to lead Kingsley in the second game. Totten and Ellie Rawlings also added doubles and Bree Colegrove singled.