The Ravenna softball team lost to Rockford by a 6-2 margin over the weekend.

Emma Gillard suffered the loss, allowing six runs on nine hits while striking out four hitters.

Addison Gillard and Amelia Porter each collected a hit for Ravenna.

Mona Shores falls to Wyoming twice and Rockford over the weekend

 It was a rough weekend for Sailors softball team, dropping a doubleheader against Wyoming 5-4 in extra innings and 5-0 on Friday, then losing to Rockford 4-2 on Saturday.

Elizabeth Savacool and Avery Johnson each had two hits apiece in Game 1 against Wyoming.

Kristen Hylland suffered the loss, giving up two earned runs and striking out three in 7 2/3 innings of work.

Mona Shores only collected three hits as a team in Game 2 of the twin bill as Abbie Critchett, Mia Geoghan and Amilia Pena each had a base hit.

The Sailors were paced on Saturday by Savacool and Brooklyn Graham with a hit and an RBI.

Crichett, Hannah Geoghan, Mia Geoghan and Maggie McCarthy each contributed with a hit.

Macey Spaniola took the loss on the mound, giving up only two earned runs on eight hits while striking out four.

Mona Shores takes on Grandville at home on Tuesday in a non-conference matchup.

Whitehall sweeps Fremont on Friday in a twin bill

 The Vikings had theor offense cooking Friday night, taking both games in the doubleheader against Fremont 7-2 and 9-6.

Whitehall took a 1-0 lead after the first on an RBI single by Evelyn Darke.

The Vikings put up four more runs in the second inning with Alyssa Taylor and Evelyn Darke driving in runs.

Megan Leatrea captured the victory on the mound pitching seven innings only allowing seven hits and two earned runs while striking out four and walking one hitter.

Whitehall tallied 11 hits in the game. Darke, Onnyka Dempsey and Lucy Tucker each had multiple hits.

Darke went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the Vikings.

The Vikings grabbed the lead early in Game 2 and never relinquished it.

Lucy Tucker captured the victory on the mound, pitching five 1/3 innings, giving up six runs on nine hits while striking out two and walking one batter.

Megan Leatrea pitched 1 2/3 innings of relief out of the bullpen.

Whitehall tallied 17 hits in the second game.

Leatrea led the team with four hits in five at-bats.