Reed City goes 1-1 at Cadillac softball tournament

CADILLAC – Reed City went 1-1 at Cadillac softball tournament Saturday.

Hannah Stellini's walk-off gave Reed City the victory over Tawas 5-4 in the semifinal.

After falling behind 4-0 after 3 1/2 innings, Reed City came back with three runs in the bottom of the fourth and one run in the bottom of the fifth to tie the game. In the final inning, Kenzie Shoemaker led off with a single, stole second base and Stellini was safe on an error, scoring Shoemaker from second base to win the game.

Reed City out-hit Tawas 9-2. Isabell Guy got the win. She went all six innings, gave up four runs, no earned runs, on two hits, one walk and struck out five.

Leading hitter in game one was Kenzie Shoemaker with three, Paityn Enos and Hayden Cutler with two, and Kaylin Goodman and Rylie Shafer with one each

In the championship game, it was Cadillac over Reed City 2-0. Reed City out-hit Cadillac 4-2.

The difference in the game was in the fifth inning as Cadillac scored two runs without a hit.

“On the mound, Isabell Guy and Ashlyn Lundquist both put on a clinic with outstanding performances,” Reed City coach Roger Steig said.

Lundquist got the win, allowing no runs on four hits, walking one and striking out nine. Guy allowed two runs, no earned runs and two hits, striking out five and walking two.

Hitters in game 2 with one hit each were Shoemaker, Kaylin Goodman, Rylie Shafer and Hannah Stellini.

Reed City’s season record is 12-8, and the Coyotes are 4-2 in the conference.