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Freeland concluded the regular season on Monday, securing a share of the Tri-Valley Conference championship in girls soccer.

Freeland blanked Birch Run, 8-0, to finish 11-1 in the TVC and share the championship with Essexville Garber, whose team defeated Bay City John Glenn, 7-0, on Monday.

The squads separated during the course of the season.

Catherine Mueller and Myah Gleason each scored two goals for the Falcons, while Paige Kloha, Brooke Riffel, Cesaly Fichtner, and Reese Conlee each scored one.

Mueller also contributed two assists, while Kloha, Alli Maize, and Mia Nietzke each contributed one.

Freeland concluded the season with a record of 13-5-1 headed into a district semifinal contest on Tuesday, May 30.


Bullock Creek defeated Bay City John Glenn by scores of 17-2 and 10-5. Mattie Midkiff earned the victory by striking out ten batters and collecting two singles.

Daisy Schwartz had two hits for the Lancers, including a home run. Midkiff had two hits and brought in four runs via a double and home run in the second game. Zofia Jean struck out ten batters to win the game.


Heritage’s record improved to 16-14-2 after sweeping Saginaw United 14-0 and 17-2. In the opening game, Ashton Rubio threw a five-inning no-hitter while striking out nine batters and collecting two hits. Jey Olivarez paced the Heritage offense with three hits, followed by Joe Williams with two. Olivarez and Rubio each collected two hits for Heritage, which concluded the Saginaw Valley League season with a record of 10-12.

Sanford Meridian routed Harrison, 17-7 and 13-3, in a Jack Pine Conference doubleheader. In the opening game, AJ Holsinger, Austin Hopkins, and Reece Teer each had two hits for the Mustangs, and Holsinger and Jack Malecki drove in three runs. Holsinger also had two hits and three RBIs in the second game, while Teer and Eli Olmstead each had two hits for the 16-13 Mustangs.

By Sanjh

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