The Hamilton softball team obtained its last tune-up prior to the district playoffs with a big 13- get in excess of Forest Hills Japanese on Thursday, with junior pitcher Madie Jamrog tossing her 3rd no-hitter of the period.
She tossed all seven innings, walked two hitters and struck out 12. She also went 2-for-4 at the plate with a triple, stolen base and an RBI. Kianna Vork went 2-for-4 with an RBI as well. Tiernan Nykamp also got two hits and drove in 3 operates.
“I definitely appreciated observing our workforce continue on to mature all through the video game right now. Madie Jamrog was phenomenal on the mound throwing a no-hitter. Offensively, we experienced production during the lineup, which will be essential as we transfer into the condition event,” mentioned Hamilton coach Mark Behnke. “The next period is now on us so I know our players are excited to compete. Our district is pretty competitive and we look ahead to the prospect.”
The Hawkeyes will consider on Unity Christian in the district semifinals Saturday afternoon at Holland Christian.
West Ottawa finishes 10th at regionals
West Ottawa traveled again to Stonegate GC to compete in the MHSAA Division 1 Area 1 tournament and completed tied for 10th by beating Grand Haven and East Kentwood on the fifth man tiebreaker. Sophomore Carson Witvoet led the way with an 85, senior Gavin shut out his senior 12 months with an 89, adopted by junior Jackson Wiegerink’s 91, and rounding out the scoring was junior Nash Bosma with a 93. Sophomore Will Niziolek carded a 94 to split the tie for 10th
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