JOHANNESBURG-The Onaway softball team earned a pair of shutout wins against Johannesburg-Lewiston on Monday, winning 16-0 (three innings) and 19-0 (four innings).
Emily Estep walked two and struck out four in the opener to earn the win.
Molly Cleaver led Onaway (10-0, 10-0 Ski Valley) at the plate, going 2-for-3 with two home runs and five RBI. Lexi Szymoniak was 2-for-3 with a double; Sam Freel was 2-for-2 with an RBI; Brooke Szymoniak was 2-for-3 with two doubles and four RBI; and Emily Estep, Temara Lupu, Faith Chapman, and Sam Brasseur each had a hit.
Emily Estep struck out five, walked two and allowed one hit in the nightcap.
Brooke Szymoniak was 3-for-5; Megan Estep was 4-for-4 with two doubles; Emily Estep was 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI; Cleaver was 2-for-2; Brasseur was 3-for-3 with a home run; Lupu was 2-for-3 with a home run; Chapman with 2-for-3 with three RBI; and Freel was 2-for-3 with three RBI.
Mio 13-15, Alcona 1-10
LINCOLN-The Alcona softball team dropped a pair of games against Mio on Monday, losing 13-1 and 15-10.
Tiffany Younk led Alcona in the opener, going 2-for-3 at the plate.
In the nightcap, Marissa Hirschelt was 2-for-4 and Rachel Hefferon was 3-for-4.
Mio 12-5, Alcona 3-0
LINCOLN-The Alcona baseball team dropped a pair of games to Mio in a baseball doubleheader Monday, losing 12-3 and 5-0.
Joe Hudgins took the loss for the Tigers (6-8) in the opener, allowing eight runs (three earned), on seven hits with three strikeouts and one walk in four innings. He was relieved by Carson Jamieson who pitching two innings, allowing four runs on seven hits with four strikeouts and a walk.
Bryan Layton had two hits for Alcona.
Zach Mack was the winning pitcher for Mio.
Tod Rondo earned the win for the Thunderbolts in the nightcap, surrendering just two hits with six strikeouts and seven walks.
Layton took the loss for Alcona, pitching a complete game and allowing five runs (two earned) on three hits with four strikeouts and six walks.
Layton and Jamieson had a hit each for the Tigers.
Posen 4-3. Hillman 4-2
POSEN-The Posen baseball team played Hillman to a 4-4 tie and then beat the Tigers 3-2 in a baseball doublheader on Monday.
Nathan Lenard pitched the opener for the Vikings, had one hit and scored a run. Travis Sharpe was 1-for-4 for Posen.
Ty Jones pitched for Hillman, going seven innings with nine strikeouts and four walks with four hits given up. Michael Klein led Hillman at the plate, going 3-for-4; Jones was 2-for-3 and Caleb Zimmer was 1-for-4 with a pair of RBI.
Kyle Henigan took the loss for Hillman in the nightcap, allowing three runs on three hits with a strikeout and a walk.
Jordon Van Pamel, Jones and Henigan each had a hit and Zimmer had an RBI.
Brandon Dietz earned the win for the Vikings and was also 1-for-3 with a run scored.
Martin Mulka was 2-for-2 with a run scored and Lenard was 1-for-3.
TRACK AND FIELD
Alpena girls take seven firsts in Midland
MIDLAND-The Alpena track team finished third overall in Midland on Friday with the Wildcats' girls team earning seven firsts.
Earning firsts for Alpena were: Emily Ferguson, Amy McNeil and Courtney Holmes in the discus (262-11); the shot put relay team of Anjelica Patterson, Kircey Hauser, McNeil and Ferguson (56.4); the pole vault team of Victoria Guzman, Ellie Seigert and Kristie McNeil (21-0); the sprint relay team of Emily Duncan, Taylor Genschaw, Patterson and Emily McAnsh (1:54.1); the middle distance relay team of Kelsey Lewis, Duncan, McAnsh and Paige Stepanski (17:08); the mile relay team of McAnsh, Duncan, Taylor Stepanski and Julia Blecken (14:15.6); the 300 hurdles team of Paige Stepanski, Holmes and Christina Kollien (1:54.4);
Other finishers for Alpena were: the long jump team of Duncan, Genschaw and Sarah Swider (2nd, 45.8); the high jump team of Paige Stepanski, McAnsh and Swider (13-10); the shot put team of Patterson, Hauser, Amy McNeil and Ferguson (3rd, 105-4 1/2); the four mile relay team of Elaine Lowe, Amanda Dort, Christine Burke and Brooke Burrone (3rd); the 100 hurdles team of Kollien, Holmes, Blecken and Paige Stepanski (2nd, 1:11.7); and the two-mile relay team of Lewis, Paige Stepanski, Taylor Stepanski and Racheal McDonald (2nd, 10:03.7).