Grass Lake girls soccer dominated Jonesville Wednesday night, winning 8-0. The Warriors were led by Ella Easterday and Cassidy Ortbring, who scored two goals a piece while Taylor Hoppe, Ella Kraus, Aubrey Alford, and Amanda Griffor also tallied goals for Grass Lake. Hoppe and Alford contributed assists to the attack as well. Emmy Gutowski and the defensive line earned the shutout for the Warriors, who outshot Jonesville 42-0.

The win improves Grass Lake’s record to 3-3-1 on the season. The Warriors will play next at home against Vicksburg on Friday night.


Game 1: Grass Lake 4 – Dundee 7

Grass Lake splits with Dundee in a non-conference matchup Wednesday night. Game one slipped away with a six run second inning from Dundee, ultimately falling short 7-4. 

Antoni Malinowski toed the rubber for the Warriors with the help of Jack Reid and Max Schafran from the bullpen, throwing two and two-thirds innings and two innings respectively.

Luke Guthrie led Grass Lake with two hits in four at bats. Blake Stark, Jacob Collins, Brayden Lape, Liam Metheringham and Reid all managed to get a hit during the game. Reid led the way with two run double in the top of the second inning. 

Game 2: Grass Lake 3 – Dundee 2

Both teams were strong on the mound Wednesday during game two which saw the Warriors defeating the Vikings 3-2. Grass Lake pitchers allowed just four hits to a hard hitting Dundee team. 

Walker McKibbin got the start for Grass Lake. The righthander surrendered zero runs on one hit over four innings and striking out four. Brayden Lape came out of the bullpen finishing the deal with pitching three innings, striking out four as well. 

Jack Reid, McKibbin, Luke Guthrie, Blake Stark, Bryant Cook, Max Schafran, and Jacob Collins each collected one hit for the Warrior the offense. 

In the top of the seventh, Schafran hit a single to lead off the inning. Liam Metheringham laid down a bunt to advance the runner to third before Guthrie sent the ball into right field to knock the third and game clinching run. 

Grass Lake sits 10-2 on the season and heads home to play Addison for a Cascade Conference showdown Friday night.