Here are some additional highlights that have been submitted beyond the box score.
Grand Blanc's Michael Leschock had a huge day going 3-3 in the District championship game against Davison. Leschock had two homeruns on the day. The first came in game one and was the decisive blow against Lapeer West, while a two run shot in game two assisted in his 4 RBI effort. Grand Blanc also received a complete game effort from Brian Stewart.
Saline's Brent Vaccaro threw a perfect game in the District Championship game against Monroe. Vaccaro led the Hornets to an easy 18-0 victory. In game one, Saline knocked out one of the states top prospects, Jackson Lamb, in the fourth.
Dexter's Brett Garwood had 4 hits in championship game and added 4 RBI. Dylan Pierce, a Kalamazoo College commit, also had 4 hits in game two as Dexter beat Huron to advance to regional play.
In a Division 2 matchup, Airport deafeated Milan 4-1 to win the district. Zach Baker pitched a complete game. Earlier Airport defeated Romulus 9-0 as Alex Quirie pitched 6 innings for the win. Milan defeated Jerfferson 6-3 to advance to the District Championship game.
Its no surprise that Richland Gull Lake (36-2) rolled through their district. Logan Holwerda contributed two big doubles as they cruised to a 16-1 win over Hastings.
Blake Hibbetts picked up a win for Hudsonville while Brandon Cable, a Western Michigan commit, had two homeruns in the semi final game. Hudsonville beat Jenison to advance to the next round.
Alex Maloney picked up two wins for Chelsea in District action. The first came against Division 2 top ten team Tecumseh, and the second against Adrian. Both teams finished higher in the SEC White but this day belonged to Chelsea and first year head coach Adam Taylor.