OWOSSO — Madhatter Handyman got a grand slam from Shelby Larkins and a pitching gem from Brianna Mason while defeating The Eagles Club, 14-4, Tuesday in Owosso Girls Softball Senior Division play.

Mason struck out 10 and Madhatter Handyman held the Eagles to one hit.

The winning side also got three singles from Brooklyn Reyna. Adding doubles were Hailee Trevino, Kira Reidsma and Paige Hart. Singling were Morgan Mowatt, Lydia Polasky, Cadence Frye, Khloe Dumond, Onna Tarbell, Sophia Voss and Tehya Bradford.

Kate Easlick singled for the Eagles.

Mancino’s tops Weather Vane Roofing

OWOSSO — Mancino’s improved to 9-0 in the  Owosso Girls Softball Junior Division by edging Weather Vane Roofing, 8-6, Monday.

Charlie Etchison and Madelyn Usher combined for the pitching win. Usher helped her cause by hitting a double and a single, while Etchison laced an inside-the-park homer and singled twice. Jalyne Bassham, Abby Cobb and Cassidy Jones also smacked two singles.

Breslyn Struck and Kaitlyn Corp pitched a strong game for Weather Vane. Emily Easlick tripled and singled while Andie Johnson clubbed three singles and Marissa Bennett hit two singles.

ADS edges Sobak’s

OWOSSO — Team ADS edged Team Sobak’s, 14-13, Monday in the Midget Division of Owosso Girls Softball.

Alexis Blaha clubbed a triple and a single for the winning side. Isabelle Reveles, Alaina Butte and Isabella Harris each had one hit.

Harris struck out three batters for ADS. Blaha struck out one and delivered a standout play at the plate to end the game. Brynley Miller also pitched for ADS.

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