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Red Hawks Fall to Cougars
Submitted By Mike Lumley on Tuesday, April 11, 2017
The men traveled to Kalamazoo Valley Community College and fell short losing 4-6 and 0-2.The Red Hawks started off the first game with gusto scoring the first run.  The men held the Cougars until the third inning when they were able to score four runs.  Lake Michigan answered back in the fourth and scored two runs but it was not enough to take the lead.  Both teams scored in the fifth and Kalamazoo Valley was able to push one more across the plate in the sixth inning.  The Red Hawks could not produce any runs in the seventh and lost the game 4-6.

The men traveled to Kalamazoo Valley Community College and fell short losing 4-6 and 0-2.

The Red Hawks started off the first game with gusto scoring the first run.  The men held the Cougars until the third inning when they were able to score four runs.  Lake Michigan answered back in the fourth and scored two runs but it was not enough to take the lead.  Both teams scored in the fifth and Kalamazoo Valley was able to push one more across the plate in the sixth inning.  The Red Hawks could not produce any runs in the seventh and lost the game 4-6.

Travis Keys (FR/London, ON) hit a double, a single, and had an RBI.  Troy Lofgren (SO/London, ON) hit two singles with an RBI while Howie Ewing (FR/Whiteford, MI) hit a single with two RBI's.

In the second game, errors haunted the Red Hawks along with not being able to push a run across the plate.  The Cougars were able to score one in the second inning and one in the sixth which end the game.

Derek Gribler (SO/Lawrence, MI) had two singles while Howie EwingMatt Kemp (FR/Hartford, MI), and Zach Grishaber (FR/Niles, MI) all had singles.

The men will host Kellogg Community College on Friday, April 14, 2017 at 2:00 pm.

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