Grand Blanc Girls Freshman Softball

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Softball Thanks

I wanted to quickly recognize some of the girls varsity softball team for braving the cold weather to help some future bobcats.  Knowing I was going to be short on help last night I reached out to varsity softball players to see if any girls could come out to help with my 7-9 year olds.

Softball vs Lakeland 4-24-17

Lakeland captured an early lead to defeat Grand Blanc Varsity Softball 0-10.  In the first inning Lakeland came out strong with their bats and running skills they are known for scoring 6.  Grand Blanc’s defense came back strong in the second inning allowing only one run in the and shutting Lakeland down in the third,

Varsity Softball Wins Against Waterford Mott Thanks To Big Third Inning

Eight runs in the third inning led Grand Blanc Bobcats Varsity past Mott 10-3. In the third Kierstyn Muma doubled off of Summers, driving in three runs, there was an error, scoring two runs, Lanya Bates singled off of Summers, driving in one run, and there was an error, scoring one run. Grand Blanc Bobcats

JV Softball – Monday April 17th

It was a great night for softball.  Every night is a great night for softball.   It was a little breezy and a bit cool, but our players didn’t mind.   Abby Whitt took the mound for the Bobcats and gave up only 4 hits while striking out 4.   Makinna Hicks made a fantastic

Varsity Softball

Our season opener for varsity softball wasn’t the score we wanted 1-12.  However their warrior attitudes and positive team mentality were definitely what we were looking for to build up from here.  Great job to Kierstyn Muma at the mound.  She came on strong and didn’t let the score slow her down, with Justyce Gilliland behind

JV softball

The Grand Blanc JV Softball Team kicked off their season Tuesday, on a chilly, windy afternoon with an away game at Kettering Waterford HS. The bobcats put on a clinic with 19 hits, and a winning score of 16-10, against strong pitching and big hitters from the Captains. Abby Whitt got the start in the

JV Softball

JV Red played against Flushing Friday coming out strong with 2 big wins. Our Keely Carlson (4 strikeouts) and Abby Whitt (5 strikeouts) were solid on the mound with Megan Swagert defending home plate.  Our big hitters for the game were Megan, Emily Taylor (with the walk off double), Keely, and Alexis with doubles in

JV Softball

Softball JV Red had a big rally Monday night to capture the win from Walled Lake Central 9 to 5.  Working hard at the mound was both Keely Carlson (pitched 5 innings) and Abby Whitt coming to the mound for the last two innings.  Megan Swagert was strong behind the plate.  Emily Taylor, Savannah Everett,

JV Softball

JV Red had a hard loss to Lakeland Monday night 2-14.  Abby Whitt and Keely Carlson were right on with their pitching but Lakeland was on fire with their bats and running.  We just didn’t answer back with our hitting.  Abby Whitt hit our only double for the night.  Alexis Hawk caught a fly in left

JV Softball

Last night JV red played against Pinckney and came out with 2 big wins, 18 to 4 and 18 to 2.  Abby Whitt pitched both games throwing 8 more strikeouts.  Alexis Hawk started our defense off right with a great catch in left field.  The girls’ bats were on fire with Sydney Hill earning a