The Whitehall baseball squad won both games of their doubleheader against Shelby by scores of 5-1 and 8-1 on Monday.

The Vikings opened the scoring in the first inning taking a 2-0 lead.

Whitehall added two more runs in the top of the third inning, then the Tigers responded with a run in the bottom of the third.

The Vikings added their final run in the sixth inning.

Whitehall was led on offense by Kyle Stratton, Ryne Christensen, Landon Howe and Jaden Brinkert, who each had a hit and an RBI.

Noah Meinert and Maddox Varela each added hits for the Vikings.

Isaac VanAmberg captured the win on the mound, pitching seven innings while giving up one earned run on three hits and striking out 11 batters and walking one.

The Vikings opened the scoring in Game 2 with one run in both the first and second innings before adding one in the third, two in the fourth, and one each in the fifth and sixth frame.

Shelby added one run in the fourth inning.

Whitehall was led on offense by Stratton and Ryan Goodrich, who each had a multiple hit contest.

Brinkert and Varela added a hite while Christensen and Meinert had an RBI.

Taryn Hardy captured the victory on the mound, pitching seven innings while allowing only five hits and one earned run and striking out five hitters.

The Vikings improved to 17-17 on the season overall.

Grand Haven earns a pair of wins against East Kentwood in twin bill

The Bucs won the opener 17-4, then won a close nightcap by a 4-3 margin.

Ty Sandwick and Braden Rademaker paced Grand Haven in Game 1 offensively with three hits each, while Lucas Burns and Nate Stafford each added two. Rademaker knocked in four runs.

Garrett Jacobson won the opener, tossing four innings of relief, allowing just three hits and striking out three batters.

The Bucs were paced by Jared Tithof and Evan DuVall with two hits each while Sandwick knocked in two runs.

Tithof tossed the win in the nightcap, allowing three runs on six hits in six innings while striking out eight batters. Xavier Rodriguez earned the save, pitching a clean seventh inning.

Muskegon Catholic splits twin bill against White Cloud

The Crusaders took one of their two games Monday afternoon, falling 5-1 and winning 6-5 against White Cloud.

Muskegon Catholic Central struggled on offense in the first game only mustering four hits.

Vince Szymanski took the loss for the Crusaders, while pitching 6 2/3 innings.

Sam Convertini had two hits to pace the Crusaders in Game 1.

Muskegon Catholic Central scored three runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to secure the win.

Dewey Modaff, Vince Szymanski and Owen Lyonnais each had two hits to lead the Crusaders.

Modaff, Braden Gustin and Sam Convertini all had key hits in the 7th to pull out the victory.

Owen Lyonnais picked up the win in relief of his brother Jacob who had started Game 2 for the Crusaders.

Kent City scores 20 runs in doubleheader sweep over Grant

 The Eagles won the opener 4-2, then defeated Grant 16-4 in the nightcap.

Grant opened the scoring one in the first and one in the third to take a 2-0 lead.

Kent City scored one run in the fourth, two in the fifth, and one in the seventh to take a 4-2 lead.

The Eagles were led on offense by Troy Atwood and Webb Longcore who had multiple hits. Kyler Larson also added a hit.

Tyler Brummel claimed the victory on the mound, pitching seven innings allowing two earned runs on six hits while walking one and striking out five.

Kent City had the lead from the beginning and never relinquished it.

The Eagles scored once in the first inning, three times in the second, and twelve in the third.

Grant added three in the third and one in the fourth.

Atwood, Larson, Brummel, Josh Anderson and Kaleb Witte collected multiple hits.

Zane Kik and Xander Chatel also added hits.

Flegel pitched five innings giving up four earned runs on five hits while striking out one batter.

Kent City moves to 19-5 and 15-3 in conference play.