Hudsonville Takes 2 from Grand Haven, Keeps OK Red Title Hopes Alive

Posted at 9:55 PM, May 20, 2013

HUDSONVILLE, Mich — Keegan Baar threw his 2nd no-hitter of the season in game 1 and Mason Opple did it all in game 2 as Hudsonville swept Grand Haven, 10-0 and 5-1 Monday in a baseball doubleheader.

Baar, who no-hit East Kentwood 3 weeks ago, did not allow a hit Monday against Grand Haven in a 5-inning game that the Eagles won 10-0.

In game 2, Hudsonville sophomore Mason Opple pitched 5 solid innings to get the win and also drove in a pair of runs in a 5-1 win.  Grand Haven’s only run came in the 3rd inning when Ty Vanwieren singled to left to score Jeff Stevens and tie the game at 1.

Hudsonville entered the week tied for 1st in the OK Red with Rockford and West Ottawa, who start a 3 game series with a double header in Holland on Tuesday.  The Eagles have one final conference game Wednesday at Grand Haven and with a win can guarantee no worse that a share for the title.