Wednesday’s local sports roundup


Morley Stanwood 15-12, White Cloud 0-3

WHITE CLOUD — Morley Stanwood posted 15-0 and 12-3 CSAA Silver Division wins over White Cloud on Tuesday.

The Mohawks are 12-4.

Landon Elenbaas was the winning pitcher in the first game. Braden Ramsey had two hits and three RBIs. Elenbaas had two hits and four RBIs. Tyler Dard had two hits

In the second game, Kyle Ososki was the winning pitcher. He had three hits at the plate. Aiden Nelson, Tyler Dard and Ramsey had two hits apiece.

The Mohawks are at Tri County on Friday.

Chippewa Hills 13-0 Central Montcalm 12-8

REMUS — Chippewa Hills won the first game 13-12 in eight innings of this CSAA Gold twinbill on Tuesday. Austin Young was the winning reliever. He allowed three earned runs in two innings.

Cade Schafer had a triple, single and five RBIs.

Snyder had three hits and three RBIs. Jimmy Frebs had two RBIs.

The Warriors lost 8-0 in five innings. The game was called because of darkness. Young was the losing pitcher in relief. Young, Garrett Sprague and Dylan Sharp had hits.

Chippewa Hills (13-7, 9-3), is at Shepherd on Thursday.


White Cloud 6-6, Morley Stanwood 2-4

WHITE CLOUD — White Cloud handed Morley Stanwood 6-2 and 6-4 setbacks on Tuesday.

Bethany Elenbaas took the loss in the first game. She went all seven innings and allowed three walks while striking out six. Camryn Makley had two hits.

Tayler Garver was the losing pitcher in the second game.

Elenbaas had two hits.

Morley Stanwood is at Tri County on Friday.

Chippewa Hills 3-12, Central Montcalm 2-12

REMUS — Chippewa Hills won 3-2 in the first game of Tuesday’s CSAA Silver twinbill. Landry Palmer had two hits for the Warriors. Sadie Metcalf was the winning pitcher. She allowed two runs on four hits.

The Hornets rallied for four runs in the last two innings to take a 13-12 win the second game. Kurstyn Fate had three hits and two RBIs while Macie Metcalf had two hits and two RBIs for the Warriors.


Reed City 3, Tri County 2

Freshman Claudia Francke scored with 37 seconds to play for the winning goal in Reed City’s CSAA victory on Tuesday. Mikayla Roggow had a penalty kick goal and Taylor Harrison also scored for the Coyotes (7-4). Emma McCleary was the winning goalie.

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