Lydia Lacavera, of Almont, delivers a pitch to home plate during a doubleheader Saturday with Port Huron Northern.

ALMONT — The Almont varsity softball team split a non-league doubleheader versus visiting Port Huron Northern last Saturday afternoon.

In the opener, Almont dropped a 12-9 verdict to Port Huron Northern.

Grace Koenig (three singles and a double), Devin Johnston (a single, a double and a triple) and Lydia Lacavera (a pair of singles) led Almont with multiple-hit efforts. The remaining Raider hits went to Samantha Leid and Sarah Hall (a home run each), Kendall Roszczewski (a double) and Grace Johnson (a single).

Johnson and Koenig (two apiece) plus Emily Henige, Roszczewski, Leid, Lacavera and Hall (one each) furnished Almont’s runs.

In the second game, Almont bounced back with a 21-10 win at Port Huron Northern’s expense.

Johnston (four singles and a double) put up Almont’s top plate credentials. Koenig (three singles and a double), Hall (three singles and a homer), Roszczewski, Johnson and Lacavera (three singles apiece) along with Hannah Revoldt and Leid (two singles each) reached the hitting column as well.

Johnston and Koenig (five apiece), Hall and Johnson (three each), Leid (two) along with Roszczewski and Henige (one apiece) contributed Almont’s runs.

Roszczewski was Almont’s pitcher of record, prevailing with assistance from Lacavera and Johnston.

With the outcome, Almont stands at 1-1 this season.

Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.