Sluggers protect home turf
May 26, 2010 - Lady Hitters took second place at the University of Michigan tournament over the weekend.
They beat five teams before they lost to Jenison, 3-0, in the championship round.
Taylor Hasselbach, Megan Hastings and Shauna Siwicki were named to the the All-Tournament team.
During the championship game, Hasselbach hit 2-for-4 and a double. Bailee Braunreuther hit a triple.
The girls beat East Kentwood, 10-4, scoring six runs in the first inning. Allie Reeves and Braunreuther hit a double. Reeves and Amy Harrison were 2-for-3 and Siwicki had two RBIs.
They beat Byron Center, 8-0. Sarah Altene, Sydney Hasselbach and Hastings hit 2-for-3. Siwicki and Sydney had two RBIs.
They scored six runs in the third inning against Brighton and won the game, 12-3.
Taylor hit a home run and hit 3-for-4.
Braunreuther and Taylor had three RBIs and hit a double. Hastings also hit a double. Tara Perry hit 2-for-2.
The girls only needed five innings against Ann Arbor Huron, and mercied them, 15-0.
They scored seven runs in the first inning. Taylor hit 3-for-3, had a double and three RBIs. Hastings hit 4-for-4 and also had three RBIs. Devon Schomberg and Sydney hit a triple.
Clarkston beat Wayland, 4-3. Wayland scored all their run in the first inning. The Wolves broke the tie in the seventh inning, scoring a run.
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The girls beat Grand Blanc on Monday in their double header, 8-1 and 8-3. Taylor was 2-for-4 and Hastings went 3-for-4 with four RBIs during the first game. Braunreuther was the winning pitcher during the game with one strike out.
Liz Zezula hif 2-for-3 and had two RBIs. Taylor was 2-for-2, both had two runs. Hastings was the winning pitcher in the second game, striking out four players.
The girls are currently 26-8.
The girls head to Lake Orion on Wednesday for a double header beginning at 4:30 p.m.
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The Wolves beat Rochester on Monday night, 4-3. Tyler Scarlett led the baseball team with two doubles and had one RBI, and Vince Siwicki hit a home run.
Jarret Coy was the winning pitcher and struck out six batters. They split against Davison on Wednesday, winning 9-5 and losing 5-2.
They have a 16-7 record.
They host Rochester Adams on Wednesday and at Royal Oak on Thursday. Both games at 4 p.m.