Reed City hurler tosses one-hit gem

Coyotes settle with split against Cadillac

Isabella Guy



Pioneer photo/John Raffel

CADILLAC – Reed City’s softball team had an impressive split with Cadillac on Friday, losing the first game 8-4 but winning the second 16-2 in five innings.

Isabell Guy took the loss in the first game, going all six innings and giving up eight runs, six earned, on 10 hits, striking out five and allowing no walks.

Reed City had four hits including Hannah Stellini with two. Rylie Shafer and Haden Cutler each had one hit apiece.

Guy stole the pitching show in the second game with a one-hitter. She went all five innings, giving up two runs, with one earned, one hits, striking out two and walking two.

In game two, every hitter in the RC lineup had a hit with an RBI. Leading hitters with two hits each were Hannah Stellini, Rylie Shafer, and Kayla Montgomery with two RBIs apiece and Kenzie Shoemaker with one RBI.

With one hit each were Hayden Cutler with three RBIs, Guy with two RBIs, Myers with two RBIs and Kyleigh Weck with one RBI. 

“Tonight capped off a six-game week for us with the team going 5-1,” Reed City coach Roger Steig said. “Our highlight of the week would have to be our offense with 55 hits in six games and pitcher Isabell Guy. Two of her 3 wins this week she threw one-hitters. Our overall record is 9-5 and the conference record is 3-1.”

The next games are next Tuesday against conference rival Chippewa Hills on the road.

Pine River sweeps Houghton Lake

Pine River had 29 hits in two games.

Pine River won the first game on Friday 12-5. Sadler Mumby allowed six hits, walked one and struck out three. The Bucks had 12 hits. Amanda Hills had two hits including a triple. Maddie Smith and Madi Sparks also had two hits. Mumby, Sara Rendek and Mary Nichols had hits.

Pine River won the second game 24-17. Amanda Hill was the winning pitcher, allowing seven hits in three innings. Mumby got the save in relief, allowing nine hits.

Hill had two triples and three RBIs. Smith and Nichols had three hits apiece and Madi Sparks had four hits.