Reed City softball team routs Tri County

Coyotes remarkable comeback season continues

Isabell Guy

Isabell

Guy

Pioneer photo/John Raffel

HOWARD CITY – Reed City’s girl softball team continues to hum along with some impressive victories.

On Wednesday, the Coyotes had a pair of 18-0 and 20-0 three-inning wins over Tri County in Central State Activities Association action.

Winning pitcher in Game 1 was Isabell Guy, who allowed no runs, one hit, struck out four and walked one. RC had nine hits led by Paityn Enos and Rylie Shafer with two hits each. Shafer had five RBIs and Paityn three RBIs. With one hit and two RBIs each was Hannah Stellini and Kenzie Shoemaker.

Hayden Cutler had one hit and three RBIs. Guy and Kayla Montague had one hit and an RBI each.

Winning pitcher in Game 2, was Paityn Enos. She allowed no runs, one hit, struck out two and walked five. Reed City had 13 hits in Game 2 led by Guy and Hannah Stellini with three hits each. Stellini had five RBIs and Guy three RBIs. 

With two hits each Kaylin Goodman with four RBIs and Cutler with two RBIs.  Shafer, Kenzie Shoemaker and Kayla Montague had one hit each.

“Rylie and Kayla had two RBIs each and Kenzie had an RBI,” Reed City coach Roger Steig said. “Tonight our defense played much better with only two errors in Game 1 and one error in Game 2. So far this week in four games we have had 39 hits.

“Our pitchers have done a stellar job on the mound. Our defense took a big step forward as well. This team will continue to make great strides because of their dedication and work ethic. We are 3-1 in conference play and very much in the race to win it. Our overall record is 8-4.”

BASEBALL

Reed City splits

HOWARD CITY – Reed City’s baseball team split with Tri County on Wednesday in CSAA action.

Reed City won the first game 7-2 and lost the second 6-1.

In the first game, the Coyotes had two hits apiece from Spencer Hansen, Xavier Hansen and Max Hammond. Trent Howell had a hit and two RBIs. Hammond and Hansen both had one RBI apiece. Isaac Williams, Isaiah Moore and Noah Morgan all added a hit apiece.

Hammond went seven innings as the winning pitcher, allowing three hits, two runs and two walks. He fanned 17 batters.

In the second game, Hammond had two hits. Moore and Bryce Wein had one hit apiece. Allen took the pitching loss. He struck out 10.

TRACK

Reed City’s track team competed in CSAA action on Wednesday at Central Montcalm with the host school, Grant and Fremont.

Team scores were not available.

Leading Reed City boys with first places were Logan Bregg in the 100 meters (11.95), Seth Jackson in the 200 meters (24.32), and Blake Daggy in the 110 hurdles (17.26).

Reed City got second places from Isaiah Lentz in the 400 meters (56.21), Ryan Allen in the 1,600 meters (5:05.32), Anthony Kiaunis in the 3,200 meters (10:33.47), Daggy in the 300 hurdles (47.19) and all four relay teams and Dylan Schebil in the shot put (39-3) and discus (106-7).

Leaders for the Reed City girls were Natalee Albright, Ava Hammar, Emma Emmorey and Kendell Henry in the 4x100 relay (56.84). Albright was third in the 200 meters (29.8) and Emma Emmorey was third in the 400 meters (1:11.10).