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THURS., 04-24 SOFTBALL RESULTS

April 25, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

 

THURS., 04-24
RONAN 10 COLUMBIA FALLS 7
POLSON 8 LIBBY 2*
BELGRADE 13 FERGUS 11*
HAVRE 16 BROWNING 0*
ANACONDA 15 STEVENSVILLE 5*
COLUMBUS 17 LAUREL 15

 

Polson fight off weather, Libby

Loggers handed first loss

POLSON – The Polson Pirates withstood a wet start to their softball game with Libby on Thursday and handed the Loggers their first loss of the season in an 8-2 Northwestern A meeting.

Libby (2-1 in league, 7-1 overall) scored both of its runs in the top of the first inning as Polson pitcher Jessica Bagnell struggled with the sloppy conditions. She walked two and allowed a two-run single from Auria Benefield.

But the rain cleared up and the Pirates (3-1, 7-1) were ready to answer. Polson, which tied it up by the third inning, erupted for five more runs in the fifth – the big hit a Taylor Brackey two-run triple.

Bagnell only allowed one more hit the rest of the way and struck out eight to earn the win.

“After she got by the first inning and ragged start– it was really raining, she had a little trouble and walked a couple that first inning – once she settled down, she shut down their bats pretty well,” Polson coach Larry Smith said.

Bagnell finished 4 for 4 at the plate with a triple and two RBIs. Kaelen Wall was 2 for 4 with two more runs batted in.

Libby 200 000 0 – 2 2 3

Polson 101 051 x – 8 11 0

Hannah England and Devon Gallagher. Jessica Bagnell and Jaylin Kenney. W

LIBBY – England 0-2, Mahalah Wedel 0-3, Kelsey Klin 0-3, Gallagher 0-3, Auria Benefield 1-3, Dayln Germany 0-2, Rachel Rebo 0-2, Staci Regh 1-3, Kyra Lauer 0-2, Madisen Monigold 0-1.

POLSON – Kenney 2-4, Jaiden Toth 0-4, Bagnell 4-4, Hannah Potter 1-2, Kaelen Wall 2-4, Taylor Brackey 1-4, Kyrie Bitterman 0-3, Skyla Krantz 0-1, Lydia Dupuis 0-3, Ashley Benson 1-2.

2B – Kenney, Benson. 3B – Bagnell, Brackey. RBI – Benefield 2; Bagnell 2, Potter, Wall 2, Brackey 2, Benson.

Polson 8, Libby 2
 
At Polson in a game that started on the wet side of a damp weather forecast, the visiting Libby Lady Loggers succeeded in manufacturing a pair of runs off an initial walk and a fractured fielders choice, staking their team to a 2-0 lead when Libby middle-of-the-order batter Auria Benefield singled both home.  The Lady Pirates would respond in the bottom half of the inning with one out, loading the bases off a pair of singles and a walk.  Middle-of-the-order batter Kaelen Wall lashed a hit into left centerfield that was deftly fielded by Libby centerfielder Kelsey Klin, who threw a single hopper in to catcher Devon Gallagher, who was able to put the tag down on the second runner attempting to score, negating the tying run.  Libby was able to extract themselves from the inning with no further damage incurred.  Polson would tie the score in the bottom of the third inning off a two out 3B triple by Jessica Bagnell, who would plate off an RBI single by cleanup batter Hannah Potter to even the score.  The game would remain knotted at two apiece until the bottom of the fifth inning, when Polson would send their entire lineup to the plate.  A leadoff single and a fielding foible would put two runners on board, which Bagnell capitalized upon by bringing one of them home with an RBI single.  A following walk would load the bases, which prompted Wall to loft a high fly ball into the outfield, which centerfielder Klin not only gloved, but once again limited any further damage by throwing the ball back into the infielder to hold the potential fallout to only a single run.  Lady Pirate number six batter Taylor Brackey then stroked a 3B triple between center and right, scoring a pair of runs in the process.  She would later score herself on a wild pitch.  Freshman pinch batter Ashley Benson hit a 2B double on the heels of that score, but the Lady Pirates were unable to capitalize any further.  After a Libby 1-2-3 top of the inning, Polson would then get a leadoff 2B double from Jaylin Kenney, who would shortly plate off a Bagnell RBI single to finish off the scoring in favor of the host team.  The game tally buzz could be summed up as a tale of the killer Bs, for players with surnames that began with the letter B are the ones who packed the most punch in their sting, accounting for a trio of extra base hits that produced a half dozen RBIs in the contest.   
 
Libby     2 0 0   0 0 0   0  -  2   2  3 
Polson   1 0 1   0 5 1   x  -  8  11  1
 
Hannah England and Devon Gallagher.  Jessica Bagnell and Jaylin Kenney.  W (7-1) Bagnell (7K, 2H, 3W). 
L (7-1) England (7K, 11H, 2W).
 
LIBBY - England 0-2 (W), Mahalah Wedel 0-3 (FC), Kelsey Klin 0-3, Gallagher 0-3, Auria Benefield 1-3, Dalyn Germany 0-2 (W), Rachel Rebo 0-2 (W), Staci Regh 1-3, Kyra Lauer 0-2, Madisen Monigold 0-1.
 
POLSON - Kenney 2-4, Jaiden Toth 0-4 (2E), Bagnell 4-4, Hannah Potter 1-2 (2W), Kaelen Wall 2-3, Taylor Brackey 1-4 (E,FC), Kyrie Bitterman 0-3, Skyla Krantz 0-1, Ashley Benson 1-2, Lydia Dupuis 0-3.
 
3B - Bagnell, Brackey.  2B - Kenney, Benson. 
RBIs - Benefield 2, Bagnell 2, Wall 2, Brackey 2, Potter. 
Sacf - Wall.  SB - Bagnell 2, Kenney, Toth, Potter.
Runs - England, Wedel, Kenney 2, Toth 2, Bagnell 2, Potter, Brackey.
 
Unofficial game rendition by John Heglie in consultation with the Lady Pirate statistician.  Some details may vary from official summary.   Potential stat variants could arise for Libby.  For example, in the top of the final inning, the third batter ended up on second base, but the play was evaluated as a 1B single plus outfielder misplay of the ball rather than as a 2B double on account of the ball getting past the outfielder.  A slightly different play involving a Polson hitter at the plate took place when a lower half of the order batter lofted their hit high into the outfield, the difficulty of which got the outfielder turned around on account of the windy and wet conditions with the ball landing outside of their reach.      

Anaconda 15, Stevensville 5

At Anaconda, Courtney and Lacee Moodry each knocked in three runs from the top of the Copperheads’ batting order and Anaconda won a 10-run-margin shortened Southwestern A contest in six innings.

Stevensville (2-5 in league and overall) led 3-2 after three runs in the top of the second, but Anaconda (5-1, 5-3) scored in every inning thereafter.

Courtney Moodry, the leadoff hitter, had a triple to start the Heads’ half of the first and batted home two with a single in the bottom of the fourth, and Lacee Moodry hit a two-run home run in the second.

Carly Vercruyssen had three singles for Stevi. Taylor Rauch hit a double and had an RBI.

Stevi 030 200 – 5 8 5

Anaconda 242 331 – 15 18 1

Kristy Hayden, Andi Mavrinac (5) and Courtney Moodry. Carly Vercruyssen and Callie Lendman. W – Hayden. L – Vercruyssen.

STEVENSVILLE – Jenna Lockman 0-3, Carly Vercruyssen 3-4, Cambrea Beller 2-4, Callie Lendman 2-3, Mariah Hinson 0-3, Sam Hambrick 0-2, Taylor Rauch 1-3, Madison Boesch 0-2, Makayla Davids 0-1.

ANACONDA – C. Moodry 2-4, Lacee Moodry 3-5, Delanie Chapman 0-3, Sarah Schaefer 2-4, Julia Peterson 1-4, Kassandra Flores 3-4, Chloe Worl 1-3, Mavrinac 1-1, Hanna Schaefer 3-4, Hayden 2-3.

2B – Rauch; Worl, Schaefer. 3B – C. Moodry. HR – L. Moodry. RBI – Beller, Lendman, Hinson, Rauch; C. Moodry 3, L. Moodry 3, Peterson, Flores, Mavrinac, Schaefer, Hayden 2.

Ronan 10, Columbia Falls 7

At Ronan, the Maidens held off the Wildkats, who scored four times in the seventh and final inning, for a nonconference win.

Pitcher/catcher duo Alaina Madsen and Kaitlyn Sassaman each batted 3 for 4 for Ronan (6-3) – Madsen smacking a home run – and Amanda Morency added another three hits.

McKenzie Dulmes had two more hits and started a double play at shortstop with second baseman Jordyn Clairmont.

Madi Fetters and Tiffany Hummer had two RBIs apiece for Columbia Falls (1-4-1).

C. Falls 001 200 4 – 7 9 4

Ronan 040 123 x – 10 15 2

Winter Kemppainen and Courtney Murray. Alaina Madsen and Kaitlyn Sassaman. W – Madsen. L – Kemppainen.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Carlee Brown 1-3, Kaitlyn Hoerner 0-1, Tiffany Hummer 0-2, Madi Fetters 1-4, Breanna Friar 1-5, Amanda Morrison 1-3, Murray 1-3, Kemppainen 2-4, Lauren Fields 0-3, Alysha Cantu 1-1, Sam Collins 1-2, Peyton Kehr 0-0.

RONAN – Madsen 3-4, Jordyn Clairmont 1-4, Sassaman 3-4, McKenzie Dulmes 2-4, Kendra Starkel 0-4, Amanda Morency 3-4, Danielle Richwine 2-3, Courtney Taylor 1-3, Kiana Brown 0-4.

2B – Dulmes, Morency, Richwine. HR – Madsen. RBI – Hummer 2, Fetters 2, Morrison, Cantu, Collins; Madsen 2, Clairmont 2, Morency, Richwine 2, Taylor,

Loggers drops 8-2 game to the Polson Pirates

Loggers dropped an 8-2 decision to the Polson Pirates on Thursday.

The Polson Pirates were sparked by Jaylin Kenney and Jessica Bagnell, who teamed up for seven hits and four RBIs.

Loggers jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first. A single by Auria Benefield, scoring Hannah England and Mahalah Wedel started the inning off.

The lead stayed with the Polson Pirates after the fifth, when they scored five runs on a sacrifice fly by Kaelen Wall, an RBI single by Jessica, and a two-run triple by Taylor Brackey

POLSON

BattingABRHRBIBBK
Jaylin Kenney 4 2 2 0 0 0
Jaiden Toth 3 2 0 0 0 1
Jessica Bagnell 4 2 4 2 0 0
Hannah Potter 2 1 1 1 2 0
Kaelen Wall 4 0 2 2 0 0
Taylor Brackey 4 1 1 2 0 1
Kyrie Bitterman 3 0 0 0 0 2
Skyla Krantz 1 0 0 0 0 1
Ashley Benson 2 0 1 0 0 0
Lydia Dupuis 3 0 0 0 0 2
Totals 30 8 11 7 2 7
Batting 2B: Jaylin Kenney, Ashley Benson
3B: Taylor Brackey
TB: Jaylin Kenney 3, Jessica Bagnell 4, Hannah Potter, Kaelen Wall 2, Taylor Brackey 3, Ashley Benson 2
RBI: Jessica Bagnell 2, Hannah Potter, Kaelen Wall 2, Taylor Brackey 2
SAC: Jaiden Toth
ROE: Jaiden Toth 2, Taylor Brackey
FC: Taylor Brackey
SB: Jaiden Toth
Quality At Bats Team Total: 12 (36.36%)

Jaylin Kenney, Jaiden Toth 2, Jessica Bagnell 4, Hannah Potter 2, Kaelen Wall, Taylor Brackey, Ashley Benson
Fielding E: Jessica Bagnell                 
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Jessica Bagnell 7.0 2 2 0 3 8 0 .663
Totals 7.0 2 2 0 3 8 0 .663
Pitching Pitches-Strikes: Jessica Bagnell 98-65
Groundouts-Flyouts: Jessica Bagnell 4-8
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Jessica Bagnell 17-26                 
LIBBY
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Hannah England 1 1 0 0 1 0
Mahalah Wedel 3 1 0 0 0 0
Kelsey Klin 3 0 0 0 0 1
Devon Gallagher 3 0 0 0 0 0
Auria Benefield 3 0 1 2 0 1
Dayln Germany 2 0 0 0 1 1
Rachel Rebo 2 0 0 0 1 0
Staci Regh 3 0 1 0 0 2
Kyra Lauer 2 0 0 0 0 2
Madisen Monigold 1 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 23 2 2 2 3 8
Batting 2B: Staci Regh
TB: Staci Regh 2, Auria Benefield
RBI: Auria Benefield 2
ROE: Mahalah Wedel
SB: Hannah England, Mahalah Wedel
Quality At Bats Team Total: 9 (34.62%)

Hannah England, Devon Gallagher, Staci Regh, Auria Benefield, Dayln Germany 2, Rachel Rebo 3
Fielding E: Mahalah Wedel, Staci Regh, Dayln Germany, Rachel Rebo        
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Hannah England 6.0 11 8 5 2 7 0 .596
Totals 6.0 11 8 5 2 7 0 .596
Pitching WP: Hannah England
Pitches-Strikes: Hannah England 109-65
Groundouts-Flyouts: Hannah England 6-4
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Hannah England 11-33                 
        

 

The Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity give away 13-11 game to Belgrade

The Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity led by seven runs in the sixth inning, but Belgrade put together a furious comeback to steal the victory, 13-11, on Thursday at Belgrade.

The bottom of the third saw Belgrade take an early lead, 3-0. Belgrade got things going when JUDY TAYLOR singled. Belgrade added more runs when NEUBAUER and GOULET scored on a two-run error.

The Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity scored one run in the sixth inning, and then followed it up with one more in the seventh. In the sixth, the Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity scored on an RBI single by Jessica Kindzerski, scoring Maddie Comes.

It didn't take long for Belgrade to respond as it scored eight runs of its own in the sixth. Belgrade scored on an RBI double by KINDALL BETHKE, an error, , a passed ball, a groundout by SKYLA NEUBAUER, and a two-run error. 

 BELGRADE 13

BattingABRHRBIBBK
JUDY TAYLOR 3 2 1 0 0 1
HANNA GOULET 4 2 0 0 0 0
SKYLA NEUBAUER 4 1 1 1 0 0
KINDALL BETHKE 4 1 2 1 0 1
JORDAN BRANCH 3 1 0 0 0 0
KRISTINA WEST 4 0 0 0 0 0
RYLEE CYGAN 3 2 0 0 1 0
AUTUMN ROLLINS 3 2 0 0 1 0
ALLI ALSTROM 3 2 3 0 1 0
Totals 31 13 7 2 3 2
Batting 2B: KINDALL BETHKE
TB: JUDY TAYLOR, SKYLA NEUBAUER, KINDALL BETHKE 3, ALLI ALSTROM 3
RBI: SKYLA NEUBAUER, KINDALL BETHKE
ROE: JUDY TAYLOR, HANNA GOULET 3, JORDAN BRANCH, RYLEE CYGAN, AUTUMN ROLLINS
FC: RYLEE CYGAN
SB: JUDY TAYLOR, HANNA GOULET, RYLEE CYGAN, AUTUMN ROLLINS, ALLI ALSTROM 2
Quality At Bats Team Total: 21 (61.76%)

HANNA GOULET 3, SKYLA NEUBAUER 2, KINDALL BETHKE 3, JORDAN BRANCH, KRISTINA WEST 3, RYLEE CYGAN 2, AUTUMN ROLLINS 3, ALLI ALSTROM 3
Fielding E: JUDY TAYLOR, KINDALL BETHKE
DP: HANNA GOULET, AUTUMN ROLLINS                 
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
JORDAN BRANCH 7.0 11 11 7 3 8 0 .685
Totals 7.0 11 11 7 3 8 0 .685
Pitching HBP: JORDAN BRANCH
WP: JORDAN BRANCH
Pitches-Strikes: JORDAN BRANCH 146-100
Groundouts-Flyouts: JORDAN BRANCH 8-4
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: JORDAN BRANCH 26-37
FERGUS 11
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Teale Danell 5 1 1 3 0 2
Ali Gremaux 3 0 1 1 1 1
Maddie Comes 3 1 1 0 1 1
Cassi Miller 4 0 1 0 0 1
Jessica Kindzerski 4 1 2 0 0 0
Nora Weichel 4 1 1 0 0 1
Karlie Southworth 3 2 2 1 1 0
Elizabeth Craven 0 2 0 0 0 0
Shelby Alexander 4 1 2 2 0 0
Paige Towne 2 0 0 1 0 1
Mikayla Comes 1 1 0 0 0 1
Maria Henderson 0 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 11 11 8 3 8
Batting 2B: Shelby Alexander, Karlie Southworth
3B: Teale Danell
TB: Maddie Comes, Shelby Alexander 3, Jessica Kindzerski 2, Karlie Southworth 3, Nora Weichel, Teale Danell 3, Cassi Miller, Ali Gremaux
RBI: Shelby Alexander 2, Karlie Southworth, Paige Towne, Teale Danell 3, Ali Gremaux
ROE: Shelby Alexander 2
FC: Cassi Miller
HBP: Mikayla Comes
SB: Maddie Comes, Ali Gremaux
Quality At Bats Team Total: 19 (51.35%)

Maddie Comes 2, Shelby Alexander 2, Jessica Kindzerski 3, Karlie Southworth 3, Paige Towne, Teale Danell 3, Cassi Miller 2, Ali Gremaux 2
Fielding E: Maddie Comes, Jessica Gapay, Nora Weichel 3, Ali Gremaux 2
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Cassi Miller 5.1 7 10 3 1 2 0 .667
Maddie Comes 0.2 0 3 0 2 0 0 .542
Totals 6.0 7 13 1 3 2 0 .640
Pitching WP: Cassi Miller
Pitches-Strikes: Maddie Comes 24-13, Cassi Miller 87-58
Groundouts-Flyouts: Maddie Comes 1-1, Cassi Miller 7-6
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Maddie Comes 3-6, Cassi Miller 16-28
FERGUS VARSITY2014 (11) AT BELGRADE VARSITY 2014 (13)

FERGUS VARSITY2014   AB  R  H BI  BELGRADE VARSITY 201 AB  R  H BI
Teale Danell          5  1  1  3  Skyla Neubauer        3  1  1  1  
Ali Gremaux           3  0  1  1  Kristina West         4  0  0  0  
Maddie Comes          3  1  1  0  Hannah Goulet         4  2  1  2  
Cassi Miller          4  0  1  0  Autumn Rollins        2  2  0  0  
Jessica Kindzerski    4  1  2  1  Alli Alstrom          3  1  3  2  
Nora Weichel          4  1  1  0   Maddie Cade          0  1  0  0  
Karlie Southworth     3  2  1  1  Rylee Cygan           3  2  0  0  
Shelby Alexander      4  1  2  2  Kindall Bethke        4  1  2  1  
Mikayla Comes         1  1  0  0  Jordan Branch         3  1  0  0  
 Paige Towne          2  0  0  1  Judy Taylor           3  2  1  0  
*Elizabeth Craven     0  2  0  0                                    
*Maria Henderson      0  1  0  0                                    
TOTALS               33 11 10  9  TOTALS               29 13  8  6

FERGUS VARSITY2014            000 631 1 -- 11 
BELGRADE VARSITY 2014         014 008 x -- 13 

LOB--FERGUS VARSITY2014 5, BELGRADE VARSITY 2014 3.
ERR--Teale Danell (2), Maddie Comes, Jessica Gapay, Ali
Gremaux, Autumn Rollins, Judy Taylor, Hannah Goulet (2),
Kindall Bethke. 2B--Karlie Southworth, Hannah Goulet,
Kindall Bethke. 3B--Teale Danell. HBP--Mikayla Comes, Autumn
Rollins. SACB--Skyla Neubauer. SB--Ali Gremaux, Maddie Cade,
Judy Taylor, Rylee Cygan (2), Hannah Goulet (3).

 FERGUS VARSITY2014              IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Cassi Miller                   5.33    8   10    6    1    2    0
Maddie Comes (L)               0.67    0    3    0    2    0    0
 BELGRADE VARSITY 2014      
Jordan Branch (W)              5.00    3    2    2    3    6    0
Kristina West                  2.00    7    9    6    0    2    0

PB--Karlie Southworth (2), Rylee Cygan. WP--Cassi Miller,
Maddie Comes (5), Jordan Branch (4), Kristina West.
SO--Cassi Miller, Teale Danell (2), Paige Towne, Maddie
Comes, Mikayla Comes, Nora Weichel, Ali Gremaux, Judy
Taylor, Kindall Bethke. BB--Maddie Comes, Karlie Southworth,
Ali Gremaux, Autumn Rollins, Rylee Cygan, Alli Alstrom.

 

 

‘Heads sting Yellowjackets, move to 5-1 in SW-A

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Julia Peterson (12) and Lacee Moodry communicate for the catch in the outfield. PHOTO BY BLAKE HEMPSTEAD

BY BLAKE HEMPSTEAD

ANACONDA — The Copperheads pounded out 18 hits and scored in every inning, beating Stevensville 15-5 in a Southwestern A Conference matchup Thursday afternoon at Charlotte Yeoman Martin Sports Complex.

Anaconda ended the game in the bottom of the sixth with two outs on a walk-off single by senior Julia Peterson scoring Lacee Moodry from third to move to 5-1 in league play. Currently they are a half game ahead of Butte Central for second place in the SW-A.

The win served as the season sweep for Anaconda over Stevi — they toppled the Yellowjackets 7-3 on April 8 in the Bitterroot Valley.

Anaconda got production from throughout the lineup, getting at least one hit from every batter. Junior left fielder Lacee Moodry had a career day, going 3-for-5 with three RBIs and her first ever home run — a two-run shot lined deep over the fence in left that capped a four-run second — and scored twice. Sophomore Kassie Flores and freshman No. 9 hitter Hannah Schafer also had three hits and combined for two RBIs and 

Senior Courtney Moodry got the day started off right for the Copperheads, pounding an 0-1 pitch deep into the left center gap for a stand up triple. From there, it was all offense for Anaconda. Courtney went 2-for-4 and drove in three out of the lead off spot, making sure the production from the bottom of the lineup didn’t go to waste.

Sarah Schafer and Chloe Worl each had two hits as well and both drilled ground rule doubles,  starting pitcher Kristy Hayden went 2-for-3 and Andi Mavrinac collected an RBI single for Anaconda.

Hayden was sharp early but lost control when a storm cell wreaked havoc on both pitchers during a windy, cold and wet second inning. She would go four complete before giving way to Mavrinac at the start of the fifth when her pitch count reached 88. She allowed eight hits and five walks and struck out seven to earn the win. Mavrinac threw two perfect innings, striking out two to cement the win.

Stevi’s Carly Vercruyssen shouldered the loss in the 98-pitch outing. She gave up all 18 hits, walked three and struck out two. To her credit five Stevi errors compounded matters significantly, as only nine of the 15 runs were earned.

Anaconda will now play four games in two days Friday and Saturday at the Frenchtown Invitational. Starting Friday at noon, Anaconda takes on Whitefish then wraps up the day against the defending Class A state champ Frenchtown at 6 p.m. On Saturday Anaconda takes on Columbia Falls at 10 a.m. and the defending Class B/C defending state champ in Florence at 2 p.m.

For updates, follow @blakeahssports on Twitter.

Stevi at AHS softball

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Stevensville 5
 ABRHRBI
1 #1 Jenna Lockman CF 3 0 0 0
2 #2 Carly Vercruyssen P 4 2 3 0
3 #10 Cambrea Beller 1B 4 0 2 1
4 #21 Callie Lendman C 3 1 2 1
5 #4 Mariah Hinson SS 3 0 0 1
> #11 Sam Hambrick RF 2 0 0 0
7 #13 Taylor Rauch LF 3 1 1 1
8 #14 Madison Boesch 3B 2 0 0 0
9 #12 Makayla Davids 2B 1 1 0 0
   #7 Roslyn Harp   0 0 0 0
   #5 Kylie Brier-Burlington   0 0 0 0
   #3 Alyssa Gee   0 0 0 0
   #15 Kira Eisenhuth   0 0 0 0
   #20 Megan Finley   0 0 0 0
   #23 Tilly Grooms   0 0 0 0
 
Anaconda 15
 ABRHRBI
1 #10 Courtney Moodry C 4 1 2 3
2 #12 Lacee Moodry LF 5 2 3 3
3 #7 Delanie Chapman 1B 3 1 0 0
4 #15 Sarah Schaefer 3B 4 1 2 0
5 #13 Julia Peterson CF 4 1 1 1
> #3 Kassandra Flores SS 4 3 3 1
7 #26 Chloe Worl 2B 3 2 1 0
8 #17 Andi Mavrinac P 1 0 1 1
9 #6 Hanna Schaefer RF 4 2 3 1
   #9 Kristy Hayden   3 2 2 2
   #4 Felicity Kulaski   0 0 0 0
   #5 Mikayla Courtright   0 0 0 0
   #20 Shea Forsberg   0 0 0 0
   #14 Molly Huber   0 0 0 0
   #8 Bailey Oxnam   0 0 0 0

 

Havre 16, Browning 0

Havre(11)01 4 – 16 12 1

Browning000 0 – 0 0 4

R. Majeres, D. Wagner (3). K. Higgins, S. Kennedy (4). WP—Wagner. LP—Higgins.

Havre hitting – Wagner 4-5 (2 rbi), H. Boucher 2-3 (2 rbi), P. Henderson 2-3 (2 rbi), Majeres 0-1 (rbi), S. Boucher 0-0 (rbi), C. Bohn 0-1, S. Carlson 1-2 (rbi), T. Mazurkiewicz 0-1 (rbi), M. Mazurkiewicz 2-3 (rbi), J. Warren 1-1 (rbi), S. Huston 0-0 (rbi).

Browning hitting – S. Reed 0-0, B. Padgett 0-2, S. Kennedy 0-2, K. Higgins 0-2, J. Monroe 0-1, C. Pree 0-2, W. Pree 0-1, A. Boggs 0-1, C. Madden 0-1.

2B—M. Mazurkiewicz. 3B—Henderson.

 

Stillwater downs Laurel, 17-15

LAUREL -- Stillwater used an eight-run fifth inning to rally past Laurel 17-15 on Thursday in non-conference softball.

Laurel led 10-9 after three innings.

Each team rapped out 16 hits, but the Locomotives were undone by nine errors.

Liz Evans had three RBIs on three hits for Stillwater, while Shelby McMillen added three RBIs on two hits.

Brianne Jones paced Laurel with three RBIs, while Kylie Goodson, Hailey Spitzer, Dakota Boehler and Kylee Hergenrider had two apiece.

Stillwater 17, Laurel 15

Stillwater 153  080  17  16 
Laurel 226  110  15  16 

Kayla Braden, Hailee Gregerson (5) and Hannah Hedtke. Paige Hodges, Brianne Jones (5) and Hailey Spitzer. W: Braden. L: Hodges.

Stillwater — Liz Evans 3-5, Shayna Howell 2-4, Hailee Gregerson 1-4, Mykaila Berry 3-4, Hannah Hedtke 2-5, Maddie Sheppard 0-5, Kayla Braden 1-3, Shelby McMillen 2-5, Maci Sheppard 2-4. 2B: Evans. HR: Howell. RBIs: Evans 3, Howell, Gregerson, Berry 2, Hedtke, McMillen 3, Maci Sheppard.

Laurel — Hailey Maurer 2-4, Kylie Goodson 2-5, Marissa Gunn 1-5, Katie Williams 3-5, Hailey Spitzer 2-3, Paige Hodges 2-3, Sadie Kinzel-Garay 1-1, Brianne Jones 3-5, Dakota Boehler 2-5, Kylee Hergenrider 2-4. 2B: Spitzer, Hodges. RBIs: Maurer, Goodson 2, Gunn, Williams, Spitzer 2, Jones 3, Boehler 2, Hergenrider 2.



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