2023 - Varsity

Varsity Softball
Coach Abigail Osborn




5-30 - MHSAA Pre District - Comstock 0 - Schoolcraft 14

Nothing came easy for Comstock Varsity Colts on Tuesday, as they fell 14-0 to Schoolcraft Eagles. One bright spot for Comstock Varsity Colts was a single by Rhayna Smith in the fourth inning. The team put up a valiant effort ending the first three innings without a single run being scored. The Colts ended their season by giving it their all and are excited to get back to it next year.

5-25 - Comstock 17 - Allegan 7
5-25 - Comstock 6 - Allegan 5

After a string of tough losses, the Colts came out ready to play for the 6 seniors' final home game. Comstock Varsity Colts collected 11 hits on the day. Olivia Peterson, Smith, Kaia Laarman, and Moncel all managed multiple hits for Comstock Varsity Colts. Moncel, Laarman, Smith, and Peterson each collected two hits to lead Comstock Varsity Colts. Comstock Varsity Colts tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Moncel led the way with three. Comstock Varsity Colts was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Madison Greenhalgh made the most plays with 11. The final scores were 17-7 and 6-5.

5-24 - Comstock 1 - Lawrence 12
5-24 - Comstock 4 - Lawrence 11

The Colts struggled at the plate tonight with only 4 girls reaching base. We gave up a significant number of runs and couldn’t catch up to the Lawrence Defense. The final scores were 1-12 and 4-11.

5-22 - Comstock 3 - Bangor 10
5-22 - Comstock 0 - Bangor 17

Starting off strong at the plate, the Colts scored first with Sophia Moncel getting on base with a single, Annalise Schreiner moving her around to third, and Madison Greenhalgh driving in the run. Bangor answered with some runs and the Colts struggle to catch up. The final scores were 3-10 and 0-17

5-19 - Comstock 3 - Union City 19
5-19 - Comstock 3 - Union City 19

Rhayna Smith lead off the Colts with a single and a triple during her at-bats. The constant rain made it hard on the infield, but the team played tough and made the plays. Annalise Schreiner didn’t let a ball by her at first base. The final Scores were 3-19 and 3-19.

5-18 - Comstock 0 - Decatur 23
5-18 - Comstock 2 - Decatur 20

Taking on the number 2 team in the conference, the Colts battled it out at Decatur High School. We struggled with catching up to a very powerful pitcher. Kaia Laarman and Autumn Hummel both made some great plays in the outfield. The final Scores were 0-23 and 2-20.

5-16 - Comstock 0 - Marcellus 14
5-16 - Comstock 2 - Marcellus 17

Traveling to Marcellus High School to play in the hottest temperatures of the season. Letting loose at the plate, Madison Greenhalgh hits her first career home run scoring herself and Annalise Schreiner. The finals scores were 0-14 and 2-17

5-11 - Comstock 0 - Mendon 26
5-11 - Comstock 1 - Mendon 16

Battling the toughest team in the conference, The colts came out strong on the field and at the plate. They played arguably their best defensive game all season. It was unfortunately not enough to overcome the Hornets, losing 0-26 and 1-16.

5-8 - Comstock 0 - Hartford 18
5-8 - Comstock 0 - Hartford 22

The Colts took on the Huskies at home and struggled to catch up to a solid defense. Sophia Moncel, Madison Greenhalgh, and Annalise Schreiner were the only plays to be able to earn a base hit in either game. The final scores were 0-18 and 0-22.

5-4 - Comstock 0 - Cassopolis 16
5-4 - Comstock 2 - Cassopolis 23

After a week off, the Colts took on the Cassopolis Rangers at home. Players struggled to push the ball through a solid Ranger infield. Solid contact was being made across the lineup. The mid-season slump is hitting the team hard, and they are working hard to get back into the groove. Final scores were 0-16 and 2-23, two hard losses, but looking forward to upcoming games.

4-27 - Comstock 0 - Centreville 20
4-27 - Comstock 0 - Centreville 22

After a long week of rain and snow, Colts took on the top team in the conference at home. Game 1 started out strong with sophomore Olivia Peterson in the circle only allowing 3 runs. The Colt offense was aggressive at the plate with everyone in the lineup making contact with the ball. The Centreville defense was tough and let nothing thorough. Our outfield held tough against the number of plays to them, with Autumn Hummel and Kaia Laarman both catching a number of fly balls. The final score of the first game was a loss of 0-20. Spirits were high going into the second game with more runners getting on base. Taleana Cieslak earn her first varsity start and Aeryn Yarbrough was always in the right place at the right time. Unfortunately, it was not enough and the Colts fell 0-22.

4-21 - Comstock 2 - Athens 17
4-21 - Comstock 2 - Athens 20

The team took on Athens High School on a beautiful sunny day. The first inning started out strong at the plate with the top two batters making contact with the ball. The highlight of the evening was a 1-run homerun hit by Rhayna Smith that cleared the outfield fence by 2 feet! After a pitching change, the Colts struggled to catch up and end up losing both games 2-17 and 2-20. Good effort was shown by all players after a long week of games.

4-20 - Comstock 3 - White Pigeon 18
4-20 - Comstock 6 - White Pigeon 13

Thursday, April 20th 2023: @ Comstock High School vs White Pigeon  The Colts fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 3-18 loss against the Chiefs. Sophia Moncel went 2 for 3 at the plate to lead the Colts in hits. Everyone was making solid contact with the ball, it was just not enough to push through.  Rhayna Smith pushed hard on the mound in both games sticking out a total of 8 batters. The final score of the second game was a 6-13 loss with the team doing a much better job of pushing the ball out of the infield and getting on base. Madison Greenhalgh and Rhayna Smith both walked away with 3 hits each.

4-14 - Comstock 20 - Allegan 10
4-14 - Comstock 10 - Allegan 8

Both pitching staffs had their hands full on Friday in a high-scoring affair where Comstock Varsity Colts bested Allegan Varsity Tigers Softball, 20-10. Rhayna Smith showed a strong eye at the plate in the victory for Comstock Varsity Colts, as Smith walked three times. Comstock Varsity Colts notched six runs in the fourth inning.  The Colt's big bats were led by Autumn Hummel, Ava Schreiner, Sophia Moncel, Rhayna Smith, Anna Schreiner, and  Madison Greenhalgh, who each had RBIs in the inning. The second game was more of the same, winning 10-8 against the Tigers.

4-13 - Comstock 5 - Bloomingdale 10
4-13 - Comstock 5 - Bloomingdale 14

Comstock Varsity Colts watched the game slip away early and couldn't recover in a 10-5 loss to Bloomingdale Cardinals Varsity on Thursday. The Colts saw the ball well today, racking up 13 hits in the game.  Rhyana Smith, Madison Greenhalgh, Anna Schreiner, Kaia Laarman, and Sophia Moncel all managed multiple hits for Comstock Varsity Colts.  Greenhalgh and Smith each collected three hits to lead Comstock Varsity Colts.  The second game was much of the same suffering a 5-14 loss after three innings.

4-7 - Comstock 17 - Galesburg-Augusta 2
4-7 - Comstock  2 - Galesburg-Augusta 17

An early lead helped propel Comstock Varsity Colts to victory.  Comstock Varsity Colts scored on a single by Anna Schreiner, a single by Greenhalgh, a walk by Jessica Hummel, and a single by Ava Schreiner in the first inning. Comstock Varsity Colts scored seven runs in the fourth inning.  Kaia Laarman, Anna Schreiner, Greenhalgh, Olivia Peterson, Sophia Villa, and  Sophia Moncel each had RBIs in the big inning. The final score of game one was 17-2. Not coming out with quite the same fire in the second game, the Colts fell to the Rams with a score of 2-17.

4-4 - Comstock 0 - Bridgman 18
4-4 - Comstock 1 - Bridgman 16

The Comstock Colts started the 2023 season with a trip to Bridgman High School to take on the Bees. After a 30-minute weather delay, the Colts came out strong putting the ball into play on the first three at-bats. Infield held firm against a bunch of tough hitters holding the other team to only 2 runs in the first inning. After 2 ½ innings, the Bees had pulled ahead with a score of 0-18. Olivia Peterson Worked hard on the mound with her first Varsity start. The second game started out with Sophia Mocel getting on base and moving around to third before being hit in for the Colts to take the lead 1-0 early in the game. The Bees battled back and returned the run with the final score being 1-16. The Colts are looking forward to a good season ahead.