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Lenawee County sports for April 8-13

It's feeling like spring and all Lenawee County teams are in action this week.

Here's a look at what's gone on in local high school sports this week:

MONDAY

Baseball

Athens at Sand Creek (DH)

The Aggies rolled to a sweep by toppling Athens 11-1 and 16-1 in eight innings total.

Jordan Illenden went five innings in Game 1, allowing a run, hit and walk while striking out 14 and was 2-for-3 with a double and three runs. Ivan Wilkinson was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and three runs, Jacob Kaufman had three RBIs, Carson Preston had two RBIs and Jacob Schamberger hit a double.

Jared Snyder got the win in Game 2 as he tossed two shutout innings with a hit, two walks and six strikeouts.

Reid Hulett was 2-for-2 with two doubles, three RBIs and two runs while Trey Mepham and Schamberger each had three runs and two RBIs. Wilkinson was 2-for-2 with three runs while Parker Bowles and Andon Sutherland each had two RBIs.

Clinton at Manchester (DH)

MANCHESTER — The Redwolves picked up win No. 1 on the season by beating the Flying Dutchmen 11-2 in Game 1 before ending in a 7-7 tie in Game 2 due to darkness.

Wyatt Federer went 2-for-5 with a double and two RBIs in Game 1 while Andy Fair was 1-for-4 with a double two RBIs and two runs. Gavin Shores was 4-for-4 with two runs while Dacari Garrison was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and three runs. Garrison tossed five innings and gave up two runs on five hits while striking out four in the win.

Cole Breitenwischer went 2-for-3 with a run while Calen Keith drove in three runs. Louis Della-Badia went four innings and gave up five runs, on six hits and striking out four.

Litchfield at Britton Deerfield

BRITTON — The Patriots opened the season holding onto a 6-5 win against Litchfield before having Game 2 suspended due to darkness trailing 7-5 in the fifth inning.

Caden Freeman was 1-for-2 with a double and an RBI in Game 1 while Logan Shiels got the win going three innings and giving up two runs, one earned, on five hits and five strikeouts.

Addison at Camden Frontier (DH)

CAMDEN — The Panthers dropped Game 1 of a doubleheader, 3-2, before taking Game 2, 5-2.

The Panthers posted all five runs in the win in the third innings. Drew Spink and Jaxen Sword had the only hits for Addison in the win while Josh Ray tossed a perfect inning with three strikeouts to earn the win.

Sword went 3-for-4 in the loss while Ray was 2-for-5. Spink had a strong start, tossing 5.1 innings and giving up two unearned runs, on four hits and striking out six.

Softball

Britton Deerfield at Adrian (DH)

The Maples swept the Patriots in a doubleheader by scores of 21-6 and 20-4.

Hailey Vetitoe went 3-for-6 on the day with two triples, three RBIs, five runs and five stolen bases for Adrian while Ciara Ernst went 3-for-5 with a double, four RBIs, six runs and six stolen bases.

Vetitoe got the win in Game 1, giving up three runs, nine hits and a walk while striking out three, while Ernst won Game 2, giving up four runs, on six hits and a walk while striking out five.

Athens at Sand Creek (DH)

The Aggies opened the season with a sweep of Athens, 13-1 and 16-1.

Maddie Osburn had four hits, including a 2-run home run while Claire Pickens had four hits and got the wins in the circle. Makenna Wheeler had three hits in Game 2 while Taylor Mepham, Emma Pifer and Carley Allen all added two hits.

Lacrosse

Tecumseh 7, Cass Tech 6

TECUMSEH — Tecumseh girls got win No. 1 on the season as it topped Cass Tech in a tightly contested matchup.

Alexis Miller, Emily Burgess and Jazzy Reau each scored twice while Cheyenne Bruner netted the game-winner with her first ever goal.

Temperance Bedford 9, Tecumseh 8, OT

TEMPERANCE — After back-to-back wins, Tecumseh boys fell to 2-2 on the season with a SEC crossover loss to Bedford.

Tecumseh was coming off the heels of a 12-5 win against Chelsea.

Girls Soccer

Onsted 7, Monroe Jefferson 1

MONROE — The Wildcats went on a scoring spree against the Bears to get their first win of the season.

Ava Ruttkofsky had two goals while Courtney Butts, Ruthi Brogan, Renee Ramsey, Emma Smith and Aubreigh Smith each had one. Mattie Hallenbeck had six saves.

TUESDAY

Softball

Clinton 4, Dundee 3

CLINTON — The Redwolves opened the season with some drama as Kendall Phillip hit a walk-off, 2-run home run set up by a double from Kyleigh Ramos.

Phillip tossed five innings, allowing a hit and striking out 12 while Lola Szczesniak hit a double and Kylinn Long and Taryn Hernandez each drove in runs.

Madison at Onsted (DH)

The Trojans began their first LCAA season with a sweep of the Wildcats, 17-0 and 15-5.

Leading Madison was Camylie Sower as she got the win in Game 1 allowing three hits and a walk while striking out three in three shutout innings. She was also 2-for-3 with an RBI.

Micajah Briggs was 3-for-4 on the day with a home run, double, three RBIs and five runs scored while Mya Solis was 5-for-7 with a home run, three RBIs and four runs. Jazlyn Zaszuzurynski tossed 4.1 innings in Game 2 with three strikeouts, three walks and no hits while recording four hits on the day with a double, three RBIs and a run.

Megan Hunt took the loss in Game 1 for Onsted and drove in a run in Game 2 while Ashlynn Wilson got the loss in Game 2 and had a hit and run on the day.

Ida at Blissfield (DH)

The Royals won a pair of LCAA games as they beat Ida, 10-0 and 11-6.

Bella Treloar tossed six shutout innings Game 1, striking out 15 while allowing two hits and added 3.2 innings in Game 2, allowing a hit and striking out eight. She was also 3-for-6 with two doubles, four runs and four RBIs on the day.

Natalia Wilson was 4-for-8 with three doubles, six RBIs and a run to help lead the Royals offense.

Hillsdale at Hudson (DH)

The Tigers got the LCAA started strong, dominating Hillsdale in a pair of three-inning mercy wins, 21-0 and 22-0.

Sam Anderson went 3-for-4 with three triples, three RBIs and four runs scored while Taylor Kopin was 3-for-4 with a triple, double, four RBIs and five runs scored. Brooke Clark was 2-for-4 with a triple, four RBIs and four runs.

Teagan Arredondo tossed four shutout innings, allowing one hit, no walks and striking out nine.

Baseball

Onsted 10, Madison 0, 5 inn.

ONSTED — The Wildcats got a grand slam from Luke Manders and a grand outing from Xavier Gibbs to start the LCAA season with a win.

Manders' big home run came in a six-run fourth to break the game open. Hunter Kelley went 2-for-3 with three runs and a triple while Gibbs tossed five shutout innings, allowing a hit and striking out 11.

Bryson Ballantyne took the loss, giving up three runs (one earned), on three hits and striking out two.

Blissfield 6, Ida 2

BLISSFIELD — The Royals began LCAA play with a win as Ethan Stines went 5.2 innings and gave up two unearned runs, on a hit while striking out seven.

Jack Deatrick had two hits while Blake Wood hit a double and three RBIs. Kipp Fisher and Jon Cheney each hit doubles as well.

Hudson 4, Hillsdale 1

HUDSON — Liam Taylor got the win to open the LCAA season for the Tigers, allowing one run, on two hits and one walk while striking out four.

The Tigers manufactured four runs in the first on one hit from Beckett McCaskey.

Dundee 10, Clinton 9, 9 inn.

CLINTON — The Redwolves got out to a 4-0 lead, but Vikings six-run sixth and three-run eighth gave them the LCAA win.

Clinton got a 2-for-5 game from Nik Shaldey with four runs while Quinn Waiden went 2-for-4 with a double and Cade Brighton went 2-for-5 with a big 2-run home run in the eighth.

Jaden Stelzer got the start, going five innings and giving up three runs, on a hit and seven strikeouts. Cole Breitenwisher took the loss.

Track and Field

Addison, Lenawee Christian, Sand Creek at Madison

The Trojans hosted an early season quad with Addison, LCS and Sand Creek.

LCS got a wins from Gigi Masters (13.36, 27.86) and Brenner Powers (11.54, 23.90) in both the 100 and 200-meters while Izzy Brooks (5:43.48, 2:39.03) and Joel Lange (4:55.08, 2:19.92) in the 1,600 and 800. Sam Lutz won the long jump (18-feet-3-inches) and Easton Boggs won the discus (113-11).

Masters and Brooks were joined by Ila Stewart and Emerson Holsopple to win the 4x400 (4:31.86).

For Madison, Jalonn Borders (17.1) and Emily Murry (18.95) won the high hurdles and Tatum Wilson (53.07) and Nathan Mullins (44.80) won the intermediate hurdles. Alisia Loredo won the 400 (1:13.02) while Nevaeh Parish won the long jump (15-11).

Taryn Carrico, Morgan Bennice-Carol Byles, Nevaeha Love and Taelee LaVassaur won the 4x200 (1:57.52) as did Mullins, Krys Ramirez, Wyatt Snyder and De'Lante Garrison (1:39.71). Parish, Christiana Allen, Madaline Goldmeyer and Jillian Kendrick (52.59) and Borders, Wade Garza, Dominic Velasquez and Derrell Tillman (46.22) won the 4x100.

Sand Creek's Josh Russell won the 400 (57.91) while Nicholas Trame won the 3,200 (12:19.52), Faith Beardmore won the pole vault (7-6) and Lainey Johnston (4-8) and Wyatt Fish (5-6) won the high jump. Harley Sharrock (43-4) won the shot put while Tanana Emmendorfer won the discus (99-02).

Russell and Trame were joined by Silas Daniels and Ben Wheeler to win the 4x800 (9:37.4). Russell, Gavin Marks, Garrett Wilson and Corbyn Pinsoneault won the 4x400 (3:58.19).

Addison's Stephanie Hernandez won the 3,200 (13:47.0), Ava Beard won the discus (30-11) and Lucas Morse won the pole vault (11-0).

Hernandez was joined by Sayra Hernandez, Kendalyn Perry and Allison Morris to win the 4x800 (11:46.48).

Hudson, Pittsford, Waldron at Morenci

The Hudson boys and girls both took first overall while Morenci's girls were second and boys were third.

Hudson got wins Alex Czeiszperger in the 1,600 (5:05.2) and 3,200 (11:04.5), Grayson Bills in both hurdles (17.8, 44.7), Aiden Lopinski in the boys 200 (24.5), Rylie Bloomer in the girls 400 (1:16.5).

The Tigers took both 4x100s with Bills, Lopinski, Cole Marry and Jacob Pickford (46.7) winning along with Paige Clark, Victoria Hawkins, Lindsey Gipperich and Naika Rath (56.1), which also took the 4x200 (1:58.3). Jackson Kast joined Bills, Lopinski and Marry to win the 4x200 (1:39.5).

Hudson swept the 4x800 with Czeiszperger, Gage Mannarino, Angelo Moreno and Isaac St. John (9:28.8) and Bloomer, Jayla Bright, Annabelle Czeiszperger and Courtney Rodifer (11:25.0).

The Tigers swept the throwing events with Colton Natale (36-1.5) and Ellie Loar (30-5) winning the shot put and Pickford (109-11) and Mckenzie Daugherty (105-0) winning the discus. Czeiszperger won the boys pole vault (12-6) while Marry won the long jump (19-0) while Clark won the high jump (4-9) and Gipperich won the long jump (13-5).

Morenci swept the 100 with Kylan Lester (11.8) and Emma Williams (13.7) while Williams won the 200 as well (29.9) and Michael Rising won the 400 (55.0). Leah Rorick won both hurdles (16.9, 51.9) and was joined by Kiana Castillo, Colbie Ekins and Williams to win the 4x400 (4:38.6).

Adrian at Chelsea

The Maples were swept by the Bulldogs with the girls falling 109-27 while boys lost 86-51.

Sophy Skeels (5:19.94) and Ayda Skeels (11:36.63) won the 1,600 and 3,200 for the girls while Matthew Canales won the 800 (1:58.71) for the boys. Both 4x800 won with the girls posting 10:47.76 and the boys getting 8:46.71.

Isaiah Fox won both hurdles at 15.52 and 43.36 and the long jump (20-8.75) while Radon Love (41-1.75) won the shot put and Avery Lewis took the discus (108-7.5). William Winckles won the pole vault (11-6).

Britton Deerfield at Dundee Tri

OTTAWA LAKE — The Patriots took on Whiteford and the host Vikings in a tri-meet.

BD boys lost 110-23 to Whiteford and 95-42 to Dundee while the girls lost 107-14 to Whiteford and 109-24 to Dundee.

The Patriots swept the boys hurdles with Kaiden Lidster (19.62) and Trevor Karpinski (51.76) winning the high and intermediate hurdles while Caden Eby won the discus (116-10). Aubrey Appleman won the 1,600 (6:15.78) for the girls.

Pinckney at Tecumseh

The Tecumseh girls fell to Pinckney, 101-36.

Amaria Brown won the high jump (5-0) while Morgan Manwaring won the discus (80-8).

Girls Soccer

Tecumseh 10, Dundee 0

TECUMSEH — The Vikings were only able to last a half with Tecumseh as it was a mercy win for the home team.

After an 0-2 start, Tecumseh is now 2-2 on the season.

Adrian 4, Monroe 4

MONROE — Tatum Barton netted a hat trick as the Maples tied with the Trojans in a non-league game.

Sienna Gauna had the other goal while Helayna Nieto had an assist.

Boys Golf

Lenawee Christian 174, Blissfield 178

ADRIAN — The Cougars topped the Royals by four shots at The Hills of Lenawee to star the season.

Connor Parisien shot a 40 to lead LCS while Nate Jeffords shot a 42, Max Stamats posted a 45 and Parker Bell shot a 47.

The Royals were led by Anthony Mingione's 38 while Matthew Wolfe shot a 41, Matthew Earley shot a 45 and Brayden Fetzer and Trey Bris-Bois each carded 54s.

Onsted Quad

MANITOU BEACH — The Wildcats took second to opened the season with a strong score of 180 while Jackson Northwest won with an outstanding 154 and Madison was third at 196.

Leading Onsted was Robbie Six with a 44 while Connor Szul and Cole England each shot 45s and Daniel Puckett shot a 46. The Trojans were led by Lucas Dopp's 41 while Cam Mahony shot a 45, Jayden Holly shot a 48 and Hayden Downard shot a 62.

WEDNESDAY

Softball

Monroe at Tecumseh (DH)

Tecumseh picked up a pair of wins in an SEC crossover by sweeping the Trojans, 5-4 and 5-3.

Emma Leitner went 2-for-4 in Game 1, including a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh. Bella Juozapaitis went 3-for-4 with a home run, double, three RBIs and two runs while Wendy Ketola was 2-for-4 with a triple. Jesse Wilkinson was 2-for-3 with a double while Lauren Kilbarger and Lucy Whelan both had two hits.

Ella Sattler got the win going 2.1 innings and allowing a hit and no runs while striking out four.

Juozapaitis drove in two more runs in Game 2 while Sattler got the win again, going an inning and giving up two runs (one earned) on three hits and a strikeout.

Blissfield at Sand Creek

The Royals took a slugfest in Game 1, 15-13, and led Game 2, 6-2, when it was called due to darkness.

Leading Blissfield at the plate was Savannah Stalker who was 5-for-7 with four steals while Nicole Brewer was 5-for-7 with four runs and a steal. Alyssa Barnhardt was 4-for-7 with four RBIs and four runs while Alexis O'Brien was 3-for-6 with a double, two RBIs and two runs.

Maddie Osburn was 4-for-4 with three RBIs, including a 2-run home run in the opener while Claire Pickens had three hits and Carley Allen, Emma Pifer and Sydney Marks all had two hits.

Summerfield at Britton Deerfield (DH)

BRITTON — The Patriots dropped a pair of TCC games, 17-0 and 15-0.

Arieana Risek had a hit while Kurina Dotson, Kurina Dotson and MacKenzy Spaulding led on the field.

Erie Mason at Morenci (DH)

The Bulldogs dropped a pair of TCC games to the Eagles, 6-5 and 13-8.

Morenci is 0-2 to start the season.

Addison at Manchester (DH)

The Panthers dropped a pair of Cascades Conference games, falling 16-0 and 16-1.

Addison was hitless in Game 1 before Laci Patterson and Nevaeh Haag each had a hit in Game 2.

Baseball

Onsted 8, Madison 5

MADISON TWP. — The Wildcats got the LCAA sweep by pulling away in the sixth against the Trojans with five runs.

JT Hill was 2-for-3 with two doubles, three RBIs and a run while Xavier Gibbs hit a double and Talan Hutchinson was 2-for-4. Hill got the win going six innings and giving up three runs, on four hits and striking out seven.

Brian Dopp was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI for Madison while Landon Mohr was 2-for-4 with an RBI. Cole Grof took the loss going 5.2 innings and giving up six runs (two earned) on four hits and striking out five.

Blissfield 3, Ida 0

IDA — The Royals are 2-0 to start the LCAA season with a pair of wins against the Bluestreaks.

Jack Deatrick went 6.2 innings shutout innings and struck out 16.

Hudson 18, Hillsdale 10

HILLSDALE — After holding onto a win in Game 1 despite getting out-hit, the Tigers went off for 18 runs on 11 hits in Game 2.

Liam Timm went 3-for-4 with a double, triple, two RBIs and two runs while Bradley Bertram went 2-for-4 with a double, three RBIs and two runs while Liam Taylor hit a double and KJ Walker and Beckett McCaskey each had two hits.

Gavin Yatzek got the win going five innings and giving up five runs (none earned), on four hits and striking out two.

Sand Creek 16, Swanton (OH) 6, 6 inn.

SAND CREEK — The Aggies keep rolling into the new season with a 7-0 start.

Jacob Schamberger got the win and went 3-for-4 with four RBIs while Ivan Wilkinson was 2-for-3 with a double, three RBIs and three runs. Jacob Kaufman was 2-for-2, Jordan Illenden had three runs and Carson Preston drove in three runs.

New Boston Huron 4, Tecumseh 3

NEW BOSTON — Tecumseh dropped a one-run game after its starter was knocked out of the game after the second batter due to an injury.

Logan Smith took the loss going four innings and giving up four runs (two earned) on four hits and a walk while striking out four. Connor Adamski had two hits while Bryan Covel hit a double.

Dundee 4, Clinton 2

DUNDEE — The Redwolves fell to 0-2 to start the LCAA season with a sweep from the Vikings.

Quinn Walden was 2-for-3 while Jalen Stelzer was 2-for-4 and Cade Brighton and Cole Breitenwisher each hit a double. Waiden took the loss on the mound.

Summerfield at Britton Deerfield (DH)

BRITTON — The Patriots dropped a pair of close TCC games as they fell to the Bulldogs, 5-3 and 4-3.

BD was held to one hit in Game 1 before Keegan Bush had a pair of hits, including a double, in Game 2.

Erie Mason at Morenci (DH)

Morenci dropped a pair of TCC games to the Eagles, 7-2 and 10-2.

Blake Moran hit a double and drove in a run while Skylar Trent hit a double and scored a run in Game 1 and both added another hit in Game 2.

Lenawee Christian at Whiteford (DH)

OTTAWA LAKE — The Cougars dropped a pair of TCC games as they fell to the Bobcats, 12-0 and 15-1.

Zane Cherfan had two of LCS' four hits on the day.

Lacrosse

Tecumseh 6, Canton 5, 2 OT

TECUMSEH — After an 0-3 start, Tecumseh has won back-to-back games in dramatic fashion.

Jazzy Reau scored twice while Emily Burgess had a goal and an assist and Alexis Miller and Sapphira Williams each added one while the other was a team goal as the ball rolled into the net.

Reau's second goal was the game-winner on a free position in the second overtime. Emily Cuthbert added an assist and Jili Koeppe made 11 saves.

Tecumseh 9, Pinckney 6

PINCKNEY — Tecumseh hit the road to go 2-0 in SEC White play as it defeated the Pirates.

Tecumseh is 3-2 overall on the season.

Girls Soccer

Blissfield 5, Lenawee Christian 4

BLISSFIELD — The Royals are 2-1 on the season after defeating the Cougars.

LCS is 0-1 with the season-opening loss.

THURSDAY

Girls Soccer

Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard 2, Adrian 0

ANN ARBOR — The Maples took a tough road loss to a good Gabriel Richard team.

Adrian is 1-3-1 on the season.

Plymouth Christian 8, Clinton 0

PLYMOUTH — The Redwolves traveled to play one of the top teams in Division 4 and came out with a loss.

Clinton 1-2 on the season.

Girls Tennis

Monroe 7, Adrian 1

ADRIAN — The Maples took an SEC loss to the Trojans to open the season.

Ryan Kominek and Renee Awad got the lone win at No. 1 doubles.

FRIDAY

Track and Field

Napoleon Invite

NAPOLEON — The Addison, Madison, Onsted and Sand Creek track and field teams took part in the Napoleon Invite where Madison girls and Onsted boys led the local teams in third.

The Trojan girls finished behind first-place Hillsdale Academy and Jackson Lumen Christi while the host Pirates won the boys side and Hillsdale Academy was second. Addison girls took fifth while Onsted was seventh and Sand Creek was ninth. Sand Creek boys were ninth, Madison was 13th and Addison was 15th.

Onsted's Emmry Ross got her season started with wins in the 400 (58.39), 800 (2:16.88) and 1,600 (5:13.83). Addison's Molly Brown got started strong as well with wins in the 100 (12.61) and the high hurdles (15.15).

Onsted's Aidan Paquin (11.28) won the 100 and the intermediate hurdles (42.50) while Mitchell Hiatt won the 1,600 (4:47.72) and Mason Chesser won the high jump (6-0).

Madison's Christiana Allen, Madaline Goldmeyer, Nevaeh Parish and Jillian Kendrick won the 4x100 (53.09) before Tatum Wilson joined Goldmeyer, Parish and Kendrick to win the 4x200 (1:54.28). Iyanna Borders won the shot put (32-3) while Sand Creek's Harley Sharrock won the boys shot put (44-5).

Lacrosse

Tecumseh 9, Jackson 5

TECUMSEH — Tecumseh remained unbeaten in the SEC White with a victory against the Vikings.

Tecumseh is 4-2 overall and 3-0 in league play.

SATURDAY

Baseball

Jonesville at Blissfield (DH)

The Royals won a pair of non-conference games as they swept Jonesville, 12-5 and 16-2.

Ethan Stines went 5-for-6 with a home run, double and five RBIs while Jon Cheney went four innings and gave up two runs (one earned), on three hits and striking out five in Game 1. Cheney went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs and an RBI in Game 2.

Kipp Fisher drove in three with a double in Game 2 while Blake Wood was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs.

Hanover Horton Invite

HANOVER — Clinton and Madison met in the third-place game of the Hanover Horton Invite with the Redwolves getting an 11-1 win.

Jalen Stelzer went 2-for-4 with a home run, double, five RBIs and a run while Nik Shadley hit a triple, Gavin Shores hit a double and drove in two runs and Bryce Rosacrans hit a double. Andy Fair and Calen Keith each had two hits.

Louie Della-Badia got the win going five innings and giving up a run, on six hits and striking out four.

Brian Dopp went 3-for-3 with a double while Ashton Hoag and Cameron Grof each hit doubles.

Clinton dropped Game 1 to Charlotte, 15-2, while Stelzer went 3-for-3 with a solo home run.

Madison dropped Game 1 to Hanover Horton, 10-5, with Dopp going 2-for-3 with a double and four RBIs.

Concord Invite

Britton Deerfield took third as it beat Athens, 12-2, after falling in the opener to the host Yellow Jackets, 4-3.

Logan Shiels got the win as he tossed six innings and gave up two unearned runs on two hits while striking out 14. Henry Bates hit a double with an RBI in the win.

Shiels drove in two runs with a double in Game 1 while Keegan Bush took the loss, giving up four runs (two earned), on eight hits and striking out five.

Hudson at North Central (OH) (DH)

The Tigers dropped a pair in Ohio, 9-5 and 9-6.

Bradley Bertram went 3-for-5 with a double and three runs while Liam Taylor hit two doubles and Parker Seeger had three hits with a double.

Softball

Jonesville at Blissfield (DH)

The Royals won a pair of non-conference games, beating Jonesville 2-1 and 11-1.

Bella Treloar tossed seven innings, giving up a run, two hits and striking out 13 in Game 1 and went 2-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI in Game 2. Natalia Wilson hit an RBI double.

Wilson drove in three runs with a double while Alexis O'Brien, Mikayla Busdieker and Brooklyn Fetzer each hit a double.

Hudson at North Central (OH) (DH)

The Tigers dominated to the tune of a 22-0 and 22-8 sweep in Ohio.

Teagan Arredondo went 7-for-7 with a home run, two doubles, seven runs and 12 RBIs. She also tossed five shutout innings, giving up five hits and striking out nine. Taylor Kopin hit a home run.

Dinah Horwath went 6-for-7 with two doubles, eight runs and four RBIs while Sam Anderson was 4-for-8 with a triple, four RBIs and three runs.

Brighton Tournament

Clinton jumped into the Brighton Tournament at the last minute and took third, going 3-1 on the day.

The Redwolves beat Montrose, 1-0, and Brighton, 5-1, before falling to Garden City in the semifinal, 6-3, and winning the third-place game by forfeit.

Kendall Phillip tossed a one-hit shutout in Game 1 with 12 strikeouts while Kaylin Sposite hit a double. Taryn Hernandez struck out three and gave up an unearned run on three hits in Game 2. Hernandez was 3-for-3 with a double and RBI in Game 2 while Kylinn Long hit a double.

Breanna Broman went 2-for-2 in the 6-3 loss.

Napoleon Invite

The Trojans took third at Napoleon with a 14-4 win against the hosts after falling 6-2 to Springport.

Kalexiana Wrest hit a 3-run home run in the win while Micajah Briggs went 3-for-4 with a triple and an RBI, Jamairah Powers went 2-for-4 with a double, three runs and two RBIs, Caylan Sower hit a double with an RBI and Roni Flores went 2-for-4 with an RBI. Briggs went five innings and gave up fours (two earned), on four hits and striking out five.

Wrest added a double in the loss.

Girls Tennis

Hillsdale Quad

Adrian picked up a win against Hillsdale, 6-2, tied with Tecumseh, 4-4, and lost to Saginaw Nouvel, 7-1.

Caroline Hofflander and Kaydence Pearson had the lone win against Nouvel. Renee Awad and Ryan Kominek, Clara Memon and Lauren Fisher, Hofflander and Emily Burciaga and Emma Pino and Kirsten Hess swept the doubles matches against Hillsdale while Aniyah Yoder and Izzy Morris had singles wins.

Awad and Kominek and Pino and Hess picked up doubles wins against Tecumseh while Yoder and Hofflander had singles wins.

Track and Field

Bobcat Relays

OTTAWA LAKE — The Clinton boys and Hudson girls took first at the Bobcat Relays while the Onsted boys took second, Hudson was fifth, Blissfield took sixth, Britton Deerfield was seventh, Adrian was eighth and Morenci took ninth.

On the girls side, Blissfield was third, Clinton was fifth, Morenci was sixth, Adrian was seventh and Britton Deerfield was eighth.

Clinton's Mason Brodie led in the shot put (49-3.5) and the discus (158-6) while Hudson's McKenzie Daughterty led the girls discus (99-8) and Annabelle Czeiszperger led in the pole vault (7-6).

The Blissfield boys won the DMR 4,000 (11:43.91) and the 4x800 (8:56.80) while Hudson won the 4x100 throwers relay (53.34) while Onsted won the SMR 1,600 (4:07.01) while Mason Chesser led in the high jump (6-2) and Adrian's William Winckles led in the pole vault (12-0).

The Clinton girls won the 4x400 (4:41.88) and 4x800 (10:52.61) while Adrian won the 4x300 (3:16.23) and Blissfield won the DMR 4,000 (14:19.53) while Peyton Tennant led in the high jump (4-10) and Layla Smith led in the long jump (16-2.25).

Pittsford, Waldron at Lenawee Christian

Lenawee Christian boys won while the girls took second behind Pittsford.

Sam Lutz (12.11) and Gigi Masters (13.39) won boys and girls 100 while Brenner Powers won the 200 (24.67).

Aiden McEldowney (59.89) and Masters (1:06.32) won the 400 while Joel Lange won the 1,600 (4:46.08) and 3,200 (10:35.15).

Lutz and Powers were joined by Blake Drogowski and Judah Penny to win the 4x100 (47.71) while Masters was joined by Elizabeth Cameron, Ema Crowley and Sam Shane won the 4x100 (56.52). Ally Day joined Cameron, Crowley and Shane to win the 4x200 (2:05.99) while Ila Stewart joined Izzy Brooks, Emerson Holsopple and Masters to win the 4x400 (4:33.21).

Powers won the high jump (5-8) and the long jump (18-9.5).

Boys Golf

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YPSILANTI — Clinton opened the season shooting a 386 at Washtenaw Country Club.

Jacob Rothman shot an 83 while Robert McDonald and Brandon Ruhl each shot 98s while Nate Arntz shot a 107.

This article originally appeared on The Daily Telegram: Lenawee County scores from April 8-13