Softball roundup 4-22

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By Michael Buhler
TSnews

Lions take two from Mavs

The Goddard Lions softball team continued its hot start to the spring season, sweeping a doubleheader from Maize South last Tuesday. Goddard took the first game 2-1 and won the second 7-4.
In the opener, Kendal LeGrand tossed a four-hitter, striking out seven while going the distance. She also drove in one of the Lions’ two runs. Natalie Klenda-Lopez had two of Goddard’s six hits.
Klenda-Lopez and Bailey Kimbell each drove in two runs in the nightcap, while LeGrand and Khloe Perkins combined to scatter seven hits over seven innings.

Game One
M. South 010 000 0 – 1 4 0
Goddard 101 000 x – 2 6 0
W – LeGrand.

Game Two
M. South 020 200 0 – 4 7 1
Goddard 001 303 x – 7 7 1

Offense powers Indians’ sweep

The Clearwater Indians scored 26 runs and pounded out 30 hits in a doubleheader sweep of El Dorado last Monday, taking the opener 13-7 and the nightcap 13-4.
Briona Woods drove in five runs in the first game, while Makenzi Haslett added three hits. Tess Winter went the distance on the pitcher’s rubber, striking out seven while scattering 13 hits.
K.J. Herdman had three hits and drove in four runs in the second game, while Hayley Gerberding and Elizabeth Tjaden each added a pair of RBIs. Kyndall Clevenger went the distance for the win.

Game One
El Dorado 112 003 0 – 7 13 4
Clearwater 425 002 x – 13 17 2
W – Winter.
Game Two
El Dorado 010 300 0 – 4 8 4
Clearwater 231 511 x – 13 13 3
W – Clevenger.

Tigers show Mustangs no mercy

The Eisenhower Tigers made short work of Salina Central in both games of last Tuesday’s doubleheader, routing the Mustangs 16-1 in the first contest and 21-6 in the second. Both games ended in the fourth inning by the 15-run rule.
Allyson Montgomery struck out 12 and tossed a one-hitter in the opener, while Grace Sykora drove in three runs and Calli McConnell added three hits.
Alexis Mastin drove in seven runs in the nightcap, while Carsyn McCue drove in four and Sykora added four hits. Mastin and Lauren McNaught added three hits apiece. Audry Rumsey struck out five and earned the win.
Game One
Sal Central 000 1 – 1 1 3
Eisenhower 1(10)3 2 – 16 12 0
W – Montgomery.

Game Two
Sal Central 222 0 – 6 5 7
Eisenhower (10)81 2 – 21 17 2
W – Rumsey.

Andale-GP routs Winfield twice

Andale-GP turned in a pair of dominant performances in a twin bill sweep of Winfield last Monday, rolling past the Vikings 16-4 in the opener and 11-1 in the nightcap.
Madelyn Rolfs drove in three runs in the opener, while Kyla Eck and Ashton Winter each drove in a pair. Alyssa Mude struck out seven in three innings of work on the rubber.
Kylie Horsch drove in three runs in the nightcap, while Hannah Decker held Winfield to three hits to earn the win.

Game One
Winfield 112 00 – 4 4 4
Andale-GP 14(11) 0x – 16 10 2

Game Two
Winfield 010 00 – 1 3 2
Andale-GP 002 18 – 11 9 1
W – Decker

Colts split with Derby

It was a mixed day for the Campus Colts last Tuesday at Derby, as the Colts lost the first game of a doubleheader 12-2, but bounced back to take the second 4-3 and earn the split.
Alexis Thomas had three hits in the opener, but the Panthers scored 11 runs in the first three innings and never looked back.
Ava Baker went the distance for the win in the nightcap, scattering five hits along the way. Sophie Martins drove in two runs and added three hits to lead the offense, while Emily Dice added a pair of hits.

Game One
Campus 002 00 – 2 8 3
Derby 362 1x – 12 12 1

Game Two
Campus 003 000 1 – 4 9 2
Derby 001 001 1 – 3 5 1
W – Baker.

Upcoming

Thursday
Cheney vs. Belle Plaine, 4 p.m.
Clearwater at Wellington, 4:30 p.m.

Friday
Campus vs. Salina South, 4 p.m.

Monday
Andale-GP at Clearwater, 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday
Cheney at Halstead, 4 p.m.
Goddard at Arkansas City

Wednesday
Eisenhower vs. Andover, 4 p.m.