Columbia Scoreboard



May 17

Dundee 4          Columbia 1

The Vikings used timely hitting to win game 1.


Dundee 17                    Columbia 2

It was no contest as Dundee hammered the Golden Eagles 17-2

Grass Lake 8     Columbia 4

Al Glick Diamond Classic tournament scoring – after scoring the tying run in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Golden Eagles and the Grass Lake Warriors went to the international tie breaker and the Warriors responded with a four run eighth inning knock off to Columbia with the final score of 8-4.

The Golden Eagles then traveled to East Jackson High School where they faced the Reading Rangers.  The weather did not cooperate for completion of the game.



Quincy 12         Columbia 4

Abbey Hatler had 3 hits and 4 RBIs.

Quincy 12         Columbia 6

Abbey Hatler had 3 hits, 1 home run, 3 RBIs; McKenzee Whipple 3 hits, 1 home run. After the game coach Miller commented, “We just need to continue to work hard on fundamentals.”

Hudson 3          Columbia 1

Regan Steele had 7 strike outs.

Hudson 12                    Columbia 2

Hanover Horton 6          Columbia 2

Abbey Hatler 1 home run, 2 RBIs.

Columbia 11      Hanover Horton 10

Mackenzie Tompkins had 3 hits, Alanah Cochran had 3 hits contributed to the Lady Eagles victory.

Dundee 13        Columbia 0

The Lady Eagles had no luck on the softball field against Dundee.

Dundee 15        Columbia 0

Both games were shortened by the run rule.

Columbia 19      Hillsdale 4

On Friday the Lady Golden Eagles defeated Hillsdale 19-4 in the opening game of the Al Glick Tournament three game event.

Columbia 9    Addison 6

Columbia 17   Reading 2

On Saturday, Columbia made it two in a row with a 9-6 win over Addison and then later breezed to an easy 17-2 win over the Reading Rangers.  The three game sweep is the longest winning streak of the season for the Lady Eagles.


Manchester 4    Columbia 2

The Lady Dutch overcame an early 2 goal deficit and rattled off four straight scores to defeat the Lady Eagles 4-2.

Anna Hosmer scored a pair of goals on Sophie Stahl assists in the first half, with less than five minutes remaining. Manchester awoke and answered with 2 goals to tie the game 2-2 despite being outplayed for much of the game. The Lady Dutch put the game away with a pair of second half scores against the Eagles.

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