Freeland v. Escanaba

A view of the Division 2 softball quarterfinal the place Freeland confronted off towards Escanaba at Central Michigan University on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.Rachel Ellis | MLive

Many of the Saginaw-area sports groups started their spring seasons final week, with some spectacular early season performances in the course of the week of April 4.


  • Daniel Duly made his varsity debut for Freeland, throwing a complete-game no-hitter, placing out eight to guide Freeland to a 10-0, six-inning win Saturday over Sanford Meridian. In a season-opening doubleheader sweep of Clio, Hayden Hileman threw a three-hitter with 9 strikeouts within the first sport, then had two hits within the nightcap.
  • Manee Mendham threw a complete-game shutout to earn his first varsity win for Vassar, permitting three hits and one stroll, placing out 10 in an 11-0 win over Capac. In a 6-4 win within the second sport, Mendham received the ultimate three outs to earn the save.
  • Austin Kirby struck out 4, permitting one hit in two innings to earn the win in Millington’s 9-5 win over Unionville-Sebewaing. Kirby additionally led the offense with two hits.
  • St. Louis earned a doubleheader sweep, beating Harrison 21-6 and 13-7 within the season-opening doubleheader. Luke Maxwell was 5-for-6 with 5 RBIs for the Sharks, with Trae Garcia including 4 hits and 4 RBIs. Thomas Zacharko had three hits, three walks and 5 RBIs.


  • Zoey Markey was 5-for-7 with a two-run homer, and Evelynn Rybicki was 4-for-6 with a two-run homer as Freeland completed second within the Eaton Rapids Invitational. Freeland beat Otisville-LakeVille, 20-5, and misplaced to Eaton Rapids, 7-4. In a Thursday sport, Cadence Swartz threw a two-hit shutout in a 16-0 win over Heritage.
  • Lauren Borsenik was 7 of 8 with 4 RBIs for Bullock Creek in a doubleheader towards Shepherd, whereas Sydney Borsenik went 5-for-7 with three RBIs and three runs scored, including a complete-game win as a pitcher. Allie Young additionally had 5 hits with two doubles for the Lancers.


  • Lydia Back scored two objectives for Freeland in a 5-0 win over Bay City John Glenn within the season-opener. Megan Hemgesberg, Megan Reimer and Catherine Mueller had the opposite objectives, with Hope Kloha and Molly Hemgesberg notching assists and Avery Seeburger incomes the win in purpose with 5 saves.
  • Ithaca freshman Emily Ahearn scored three objectives and added an help to guide Ithaca to a 6-1 win over Shepherd. Sydney Marcy, Jenna Cantu and Mariah Poff additionally scored objectives, with Marcy and Poff including assists. Anna O’Boyle made 5 saves in purpose for Ithaca.
  • Millington tied a faculty file for objectives in a sport, with a 13-2 win Friday over Genesee. Senior Sarah Simpson netted her first profession hat trick, including an help. Vanessa Selich and Danielle Kociba added two objectives every for the 1-1 Cardinals.


Chesaning right-hander opens season with no-hitter


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