JV Girls Softball Highlights 2018 Season

April 28,2018

Sterling Heights Vs. Fitzgerld, Hazel Park and Lamphere

The Stallions played in the annual Fitzgerald Softball Tournament. The team won one game and lost two. In the opener, Sterling Heights lost the first game 14-5 to Fitzgerald. The second game saw Sterling Heights pull off a big win against Hazel Park High School 21-2 which featured a host of walks. In the Semi-Finals, Sterling Heights lost to Lamphere 12-8.

April 24,2018

Sterling Heights Vs. Clintondale High School

Sterling Heights Jv team won 15 to 2.

March 27, 2018

Sterling Heights High School  - Warren Fitgerald

 

The Sterling Heights Junior Varsity Softball team hit the road again and unfortunately lost to Warren Fitzgerald 20 – 3.  Once again, the Stallions played sound defense without any errors but Fitzgerald’s hitting was just too much in the end for Sterling Heights to overcome.

Sterling Heights was lead offensively by Ellen Pierce and Vanessa Kedzior. Beverly Nkwami and Andrea Haslett played well in the field.

March 23,2018

Sterling Heights - Clawson

he Sterling Heights High School Junior Varsity took to the road for the first time this season at Clawson on a very cold and windy Friday. Unfortunately, the Stallions lost the game that did not have any errors for either team. Jenna Mueller and Madison Johnson both did a nice job pitching and Ellen Pierce caught for the first time. All three did well. The Stallions had some nice hitting and were lead by Hannah Lewis, 2 RBI Single, for all of their scoring. Vanessa Kedzior had some nice plays at second base.

March 22,2018

Sterling Heights - Faser

The Sterling Heights High School Junior Varsity team opened the season at home with a tough loss to Fraser High School. The Stallions played outstanding defense with no errors and were lead by some nice hitting from Andrea Haslett who had both RBI as well as Ellen Pierce and Hannah Lewis. Jenna Mueller got the start on the mound for the Stallions and was relieved by Madison Johnson. Both did a nice job pitching. Defensively, Layla Gibala did such a nice job catching that she was brought up to the Varsity the very next day.

 

 

 


Last Updated: Rayna Gaines 05/03/18
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