Local baseball teams in Almont, Dryden, Lakeville, Lapeer, Mayville, and North Branch had recent games with varying outcomes and standout performances.

By the Numbers
  • Almont shut out Imlay City 12-0 with Tyler Brown pitching a complete game, 11 retired batters, and 3 hits given up.
  • Dryden was unable to secure a win against Peck, losing 19-0 and 11-1 in a doubleheader, with standout plays from Aiden Furneaux and Josh Harris.
  • LakeVille split a doubleheader with Charyl Stockwell Academy, losing 2-1 and winning 5-0, with Connor Kennedy's strong pitching and Parker Schisler's offensive contributions.
  • Lapeer faced tough losses against Midland, 8-0 and 10-0, with limited hits and runs despite efforts from Cam Vanecek and Spencer Wambold.
  • Mayville had successful games against Kinde North Huron, winning 4-2 and 12-2, with Dominic Aymer's pitching and strong offensive performances from various players.
  • North Branch secured a 3-0 shutout victory against Yale, led by Owen Yens' impressive pitching and offensive contributions from Andrew Jerome and Brady Mitchell.
Yes, But

Despite some standout performances, all teams faced challenges in certain games, with some struggling to secure runs and hits as needed for victories.

What's Next

Upcoming games include Almont against Algonac, Dryden against Caseville, LakeVille against Byron, Lapeer against Mt. Pleasant, Mayville against Kingston, and North Branch against Armada.

Bottom Line

Local baseball teams recently showcased a mix of successes and challenges, with notable pitching performances and offensive efforts shaping the games. The upcoming matches for these teams present opportunities to bounce back or build on their recent performances.