Reed City falls to Petoskey

Reed City's Spencer Hansen delivers a pitch against Petoskey on Wednesday.

Reed City's Spencer Hansen delivers a pitch against Petoskey on Wednesday.

Pioneer photo/John Raffel

REED CITY – Reed City was getting ready for Friday’s Tom Ryan Tournament in Big Rapids and dropped a pair of baseball games to Petoskey on Wednesday in nonleague play.

In the first game, a 6-4 loss, Treyvor Conklin had a hit and RBI. Xavier Allen had two hits, Isaac Williams and Spencer Hansen had hits and Canyon Reed had a hit and two RBIs.

Noah Morgan went four innings on the mound and Isaiah Moore went the final two innings.

Petoskey won the second game 9-5. Conklin and Max Hammond had two hits apiece. Allen, Zach Erickson, Morgan and Hansen had hits.

Isaac Williams went three innings and allowed eight hits and five runs and struck out three. Hansen and Reed also pitched.

“Petosky hit well,” Allen said. “We put the ball in play. They made a couple of plays. We  made some mistakes on the base paths and that was the game.”

“We’ve been hitting the ball pretty well lately,” Hammond said. “The future is going to be better for us.”

Pine River 8, Lake City 2

Pine River won this game on Thursday. Jordan Nelson was the winning pitcher. He allowed one earned run in six innings and had six strikeouts and no walks.

Jake Smith had three hits and three RBIs. Cole Hill had a double and single. Nelson had a single and RBI.


Chippewa Hills sweeps Pine River

Chippewa Hills won the first game 12-8 on Wednesday. Madison Wrisley had three hits, including a home run, and five RBIs for the Warriors. Brynn McArthur and Addison Fate had two hits and two RBIs apiece. Hanna Herman had two hits. He sent seven innings and took the win, striking out nine.

Amanda Hill took the lost for Pine River. She struck out eight. Madi Sparks had two hits for the Bucks.

The Warriors won the second game 15-7. Fate and McArthur had three hits and three RBIs apiece for the Warriors. Brynn Shaw had two hits. Makayla Farrell and Herman did the pitching.

Hill and Mary Nichols had two hits each for the Bucks. Sadler Mumby took the pitching loss.