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THURS., 05-08 SOFTBALL RESULTS

May 9, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

THURS., 05-08
FRENCHTOWN 8 COLUMBIA FALLS 1*
POLSON 11 GLACIER 1
BELGRADE 19 HELENA 8
GREAT FALLS 11 FERGUS 1

CORVALLIS 12 STEVENSVILLE 11*

BILLINGS CENTRAL 10 LAUREL 6*
SIDNEY 9 GLASGOW 4
DICKINSON 6 GLENDIVE 1
MILES CITY 9 HARDIN 3*

 Corvallis fends off Stevi in shootout

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CORVALLIS – The Stevensville softball team scored the final six runs of the game but Corvallis weathered the storm for its first Southwestern A win of the season 12-11 on Thursday.

“We were able to hold on, which is good to finally get a league win,” said Corvallis coach Brett Shelagowski, whose team improves to 1-6 in SWA games and 3-10 overall. “They keep fighting and they’re improving.”

Corinne Sanderson started things off with a two-run home run for Corvallis in the bottom of the first and added six more to the total in the bottom of the third after Stevensville (2-7, 5-9) jumped ahead 4-2 in the top half. The Blue Devils extended the margin out to 12-5 before finishing off Stevi, that all despite the Yellowjackets’ five-run sixth inning.

Sanderson and teammate Sabrina Friday each batted 3 for 4 – Friday had two doubles and a triple.

Carly Vercruyssen was 3 for 5 to lead Stevi.

Stevi 004 105 1 – 11 13 4

Corvallis 206 130 0 – 12 16 4

Carly Vercruyssen and Megan Finley. Taylor Gagnon and Brenna Bourgeois. W – Gagnon. L – Bourgeois.

STEVENSVILLE – Jenna Lockman 2-5, Vercruyssen 3-5, Cammie Beller 2-5, Finley 1-2, Callie Lendman 1-4, Sam Hambrick 1-4, Mariah Hinson 2-3, Taylor Rauch 0-4, Madison Boesch 1-4.

CORVALLIS – Taia Tully 2-3, Kira Doyle 2-4, Corinne Sanderson 3-4, Gagnon 1-4, Sabrina Friday 3-4, Bobbie Stephen 1-4, Taylor Koskela 0-3, Hannah Brown 2-3, Nicole Turner 2-4.

2B – Lockman, Vercruyssen, Beller, Hinson 2, Boesch; Friday 2, 3B – Friday. HR – Sanderson. RBIs – Lockman, Beller, Finley, Lendman, Hinson, Boesch; Doyle, Sanderson 3, Gagnon, Friday, Stephen, Turner 2.

Polson 11,

Kalispell Glacier 1

At Kalispell, the Class A Pirates pounded four home runs in cruising past the Class AA Wolfpack.

Taylor Brackey had two of the home runs – a three-run tater in the first inning and a solo shot in the fourth. Sarah Rausch and Jessica Bagnell also went yard for the Pirates, who pushed their record to 9-3.

Bagnell, whose home run came with two aboard, also earned the pitching win. She turned in six innings of duty.

Ali Williams led Glacier (7-7-1) with a home run and a double.

Polson 400 111 4 – 11 9 1

Glacier 100 000 0 – 1 6 4

Jessica Bagnell, Emma Shew (7) and Jaylin Kenney. Ali Williams and Hannah Atlee. W – Bagnell. L – Williams.

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

GLACIER – Kayla Russell 0-3, Taylor Riggles 0-3, Ali Williams 2-3, Hannah Atlee 1-3, Tacey Howe 0-3, Anna Jenks 0-2, Ali Newton 0-1, Christina DuFour 2-3, Katie McHugh 0-1, Josie Brousseau 1-1, Erin McHugh 0-2.

2B – Wall, Williams. HR – Brackey 2, Rausch, Bagnell, Williams. RBIs – Bagnell 5, Brackey 4, Rausch 1.

Frenchtown 8,

Columbia Falls 1

At Columbia Falls, Krista Hebnes doubled, homered and drove in five runs to lead Frenchtown past Columbia Falls in Northwestern A action.

Hebnes hit a two-run, bases-loaded double in the third inning and clubbed a three-run homer in the sixth for the Broncs (4-0 in league, 11-1 overall). The hosts got all the runs they needed when Keegan Wickman hit a two-run single in the first.

Morgan Ray went the distance on the mound for Frenchtown, scattering three hits and two walks and striking out 10. She helped her cause with a double and a solo homer.

Breanna Friar drove in the only run for Columbia Falls (2-3, 5-7-1).

Col. Falls 000 001 0 – 1 3 1

Frenchtown 202 004 x – 8 11 5

Ashley Trueblood and Courtney Murray. Morgan Ray and Brooke Yarnall, Kaylee Prather (4). W – Ray (10-1). L – Trueblood.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Tiffany Hummer 1-4, Carlee Brown 0-3, Trueblood 0-4, Madi Fetters 0-2, Winter Kemppainen 1-3, Breanna Friar 0-2, Murray 0-3, Peyton Kehr 0-3, Alysha Cantu 1-3.

FRENCHTOWN – Kayla Blood 1-3, Josie Anderson 1-4, Ray 2-2, Vanessa Stavish 2-4, Keegan Wickman 1-1, Krista Hebnes 2-4, Yarnall 2-4, Prather 0-3, Emma Pyron 0-1, Laci Willett 0-2.

2B – Ray, Hebnes. HR – Ray, Hebnes. RBIs – Friar, Hebnes 5, Wickman 2, Ray.

All-around effort leads Broncs past Columbia Falls 8-1

Morgan Ray was strong at the plate and on the rubber in carrying Broncs to a 8-1 victory over Columbia Falls on Thursday.

Morgan went a perfect 2-2 at the plate for Broncs. She doubled in the third inning and homered in the sixth inning.

Morgan got the win for Broncs thanks to 10 strikeouts. Morgan allowed one earned run, three hits and two walks over seven innings.

Broncs blew out Columbia Falls thanks to 10 hits, including four extra base hits.

Ashley Trueblood was the game's losing pitcher. She allowed eight runs in six innings, walked seven and struck out eight.

The lead stayed with Broncs after the first, when it scored two runs on a two-run single by Keegan Wickman.

It didn't take long for Broncs to respond as it scored four runs of its own in the sixth. Broncs scored on a solo home run by Morgan and a three-run home run by Krista Hebnes

Frenchtown
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Kayla Blood 3 1 1 0 1 1
Josie Anderson 4 0 1 0 0 0
Morgan Ray 2 3 2 1 2 0
Vanessa Stavish 4 2 1 0 0 1
Keegan Wickman 1 1 1 2 3 0
Krista Hebnes 4 1 2 5 0 1
Brooke Yarnall 4 0 2 0 0 2
Kaylee Prather 3 0 0 0 1 1
Emerald Pyron 1 0 0 0 0 1
Laci Willet 2 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 28 8 10 8 7 8
Batting 2B: Morgan Ray, Krista Hebnes
HR: Morgan Ray, Krista Hebnes
TB: Josie Anderson, Brooke Yarnall 2, Vanessa Stavish, Morgan Ray 6, Kayla Blood, Krista Hebnes 6, Keegan Wickman
RBI: Morgan Ray, Krista Hebnes 5, Keegan Wickman 2
FC: Vanessa Stavish, Laci Willet
SB: Morgan Ray 2, Kayla Blood, Laci Willet, Keegan Wickman
Quality At Bats Team Total: 16 (45.71%)

Josie Anderson, Brooke Yarnall, Vanessa Stavish, Morgan Ray 4, Kayla Blood, Krista Hebnes 2, Keegan Wickman 4, Kaylee Prather 2
Fielding E: Gabby Martello, Vanessa Stavish, Kayla Blood 2
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Morgan Ray 7.0 3 1 1 2 10 0 .648
Totals 7.0 3 1 1 2 10 0 .648
Pitching W: Morgan Ray
HBP: Morgan Ray
Pitches-Strikes: Morgan Ray 105-68
Groundouts-Flyouts: Morgan Ray 7-3
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Morgan Ray 15-30
Columbia Falls
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Tiffany Hummer 4 1 1 0 0 1
Carlee Brown 3 0 0 0 0 2
Ashley Trueblood 4 0 0 0 0 3
Madi Fetters 2 0 0 0 1 2
Winter Kemppainen 3 0 1 0 0 1
Breanna Friar 2 0 0 1 1 0
Courtney Murray 3 0 0 0 0 0
Payton Kehr 3 0 0 0 0 1
Alysha Contu 3 0 1 0 0 0
New Runner 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 1 3 1 2 10
Batting TB: Tiffany Hummer, Winter Kemppainen, Alysha Contu
RBI: Breanna Friar
ROE: Tiffany Hummer, Courtney Murray, Payton Kehr
FC: Ashley Trueblood
HBP: Carlee Brown
Quality At Bats Team Total: 8 (26.67%)

Tiffany Hummer, Ashley Trueblood, Madi Fetters, Breanna Friar, Courtney Murray, Alysha Contu 2
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Ashley Trueblood 6.0 10 8 8 7 8 2 .550
Totals 6.0 10 8 8 7 8 2 .550
Pitching L: Ashley Trueblood
Pitches-Strikes: Ashley Trueblood 131-72
Groundouts-Flyouts: Ashley Trueblood 0-8
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Ashley Trueblood 18-35

Rams stay unbeaten in Eastern A

LAUREL -- Billings Central scored seven runs in the second inning on the way to a 10-6 Eastern A softball victory over rival Laurel on Thursday.

With the win, the Rams ran their unbeaten conference record to 6-0. They are now 7-3 overall. Laurel fell to 4-3 in the league and 5-5 overall.

Mackenzie Redman homered and drove in two runs for Central. Sam McNeely added four RBIs. Molly Day, Skylar Rockwell and Morgan Smith each had two hits. Day earned the victory in the circle.

Hailey Spitzer led Laurel with three RBIs. Kylie Goodson and Maurissa Gunn each had two hits.

Central and Laurel travel to Sidney on Saturday for Eastern A games against both Glendive and Sidney.

Central 10, Laurel 6

Central 070  021  10  12 
Laurel 012  100  10 

Molly Day and Addy Daubert. Brianne Jones, Paige Hodges (2) and Hailey Spitzer. WP: Day. LP: Jones.

Billings Central (7-3, 6-0) — Aubrey Walter 1-5, Mackenzie Redman 1-5, Skylar Rockwell 2-4, Addy Daubert 1-4, Allison Walter 2-2, Molly Day 2-3, Morgan Smith 2-4, Maggie Meyer 1-3, Sam McNeely 0-2. HR: Redman. RBIs: McNeely 4, Redman 2, Au. Walter, Day, Smith, Meyer.

Laurel (5-5, 4-3) — Ayla Grandpre 0-4, Kylie Goodson 2-4, Maurissa Gunn 2-4, Katie Williams 1-3, Hailey Spitzer 1-3, Paige Hodges 1-4, Brianne Jones 1-3, Dakota Boehler 1-3, Hailey Maurer 1-3. 2B: Williams, Spitzer, Hodges, Boehler. RBIs: Spitzer 3, Hodges, Jones, Goodson. 

 Wolf-Petroff hits and pitches Cowgirls to 9-3 victory

Lauren Wolf-Petroff came up big at the dish and in the circle, leading Cowgirls to a 9-3 win over Hardin on Thursday.

Lauren went a perfect 3-3 at the plate for Cowgirls. She singled in the first, fourth, and sixth innings.

Lauren baffled Hardin, striking out 10 batters. Lauren allowed two earned runs, 11 hits and two walks over seven innings.

Cowgirls blew out Hardin thanks to 16 hits, including three extra base hits. Cowgirls scored two runs in the sixth on Cowgirls scored in the sixth on an RBI single by Sierra Niedge and a single by Kristen Selk.

The top of the first saw Hardin take an early lead, 2-0. Hardin's rally started when PlayerA singled. A single by PlayerB then moved PlayerA from first to second. PlayerD singled, bringing home PlayerA. Hardin pushed more runs across when PlayerB scored on a wild pitch.

Cowgirls answered Hardin's top inning with two runs of its own in the first. Cowgirls scored on a wild pitch and an RBI double by Kristen.

Cowgirls didn't relinquish the lead after scoring two runs in the fourth inning when it scored on two singles. 

Custer County
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Lauren Wolf-Petroff 3 4 3 1 0 0
Sierra Niedge 4 2 3 1 0 0
Mackenzie Helland 4 0 0 0 0 1
Gabby Richardson 4 0 2 1 0 0
Kristen Selk 4 0 2 1 0 0
Chelsea Davis 4 1 2 0 0 0
M Hill 3 0 1 0 0 1
T Oglin 3 0 1 0 0 0
Jenna Swope 3 2 2 0 0 0
Totals 32 9 16 4 0 2
Batting 2B: Kristen Selk, Jenna Swope 2
TB: Chelsea Davis 2, Kristen Selk 3, Sierra Niedge 3, Jenna Swope 4, Lauren Wolf-Petroff 3, Gabby Richardson 2, M Hill, T Oglin
RBI: Kristen Selk, Sierra Niedge, Lauren Wolf-Petroff, Gabby Richardson
SAC: Lauren Wolf-Petroff
SB: Chelsea Davis 2, Sierra Niedge, Lauren Wolf-Petroff 3
PIK: T Oglin
Quality At Bats Team Total: 13 (39.39%)

Chelsea Davis, Kristen Selk 2, Sierra Niedge 2, Jenna Swope 2, Lauren Wolf-Petroff 2, Mackenzie Helland, M Hill, T Oglin 2
Fielding E: Kristen Selk
DP: Lauren Wolf-Petroff
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Lauren Wolf-Petroff 7.0 11 3 2 2 10 0 .743
Totals 7.0 11 3 2 2 10 0 .743
Pitching WP: Lauren Wolf-Petroff
Pitches-Strikes: Lauren Wolf-Petroff 101-75
Groundouts-Flyouts: Lauren Wolf-Petroff 1-7
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Lauren Wolf-Petroff 18-31

 

Belgrade softball routs AA Helena

Posted:Thursday, May 8, 2014

Head coach Justin Taylor was disappointed his Panthers squandered fifth- and sixth-inning opportunities to invoke the mercy rule at Class AA Helena High.

It was hard to argue with 23 hits, however, or a second consecutive victory.

Belgrade sent 11 to the plate and scored five runs in the second to erase an early deficit, and on the strength of three home runs and balanced hitting continually poured it on en route to a 19-8 win over the Bengals.

“Judy told me one time when I was grouching after the fifth inning, ‘Look at the score. We’re fine,’” Taylor said of his daughter, who started in the circle. “This kind of continued the theme that we can’t put teams away when we should; we led 9-0 against Livingston, had a big lead against Fergus and Helena Capital. We’ve just got to close games when it counts.

“I guess they really thought they were in their minds because they were coming up and scoring every inning.”

The Panthers rebounded from a two-run, first-inning deficit with a five-run outburst in the second. Kindall Bethke kicked off a seven-run third with a solo homer. Hannah Goulet plated two with a blast of her own for Belgrade (7-5), which produced six two-out runs in the frame.

The visitors scored four more times in the fourth to pull ahead 16-5, and then once in the sixth on a Bethke double for a 17-7 advantage. Helena staved off early defeat in both instances, but Judy Taylor effectively finished off the Bengals with a solo home run in the Panthers’ two-run seventh.

“I chirped at her, and she got really mad at me,” Justin Taylor joked. “Somebody said, ‘Go hit a home run, Judy.’ I said, ‘No, you’re getting a base hit.’ She crushed the first pitch she saw, and all I could say was, ‘Gone.’

“It’s no secret we’re going to have to score runs, and every time we get to play tough teams it helps make us better in the long run.”

In the bottom of the seventh, Judy Taylor held Helena scoreless thanks to an acrobatic effort from second baseman Kristina West, who sprinted into shallow left to make an over-the-shoulder catch before falling on her stomach.

“She turned and darn near threw out a runner at third on one knee,” Coach Taylor said. “We played pretty darn solid defense tonight.”

Taylor’s bunch returns to Central A play Saturday when it visits Browning for a doubleheader.

BELGRADE VARSITY 2014 (19) AT HELENA HIGH VARSITY 2014 (8)

BELGRADE VARSITY 201 AB  R  H BI  HELENA HIGH VARSITY  AB  R  H BI
Kristina West         5  2  3  3  Emma Meredith         4  2  2  0  
Skyla Neubauer        6  1  3  2  Ashley Nash           2  1  1  1  
Hannah Goulet         5  1  2  3  Tyler Holand          4  1  1  0  
Autumn Rollins        6  1  2  0  Erin Emanuel          3  2  2  2  
Alli Alstrom          4  2  3  1  Anna Fischer          4  1  2  0  
Rylee Cygan           5  3  2  1  Jordan Hinman         4  0  1  0  
Kindall Bethke        4  3  4  2  Mickey Edgar          4  1  1  1  
Jordan Branch         5  2  1  1  Ta Holland            4  0  2  1  
Judy Taylor           5  3  3  3  Lacey Lindenfeld      2  0  0  0  
*Maddie Cade          0  1  0  0   S Stroud             1  0  0  0  
                                   H Crawford           1  0  1  0  
TOTALS               45 19 23 16  TOTALS               33  8 13  5

BELGRADE VARSITY 2014         057 041 2 -- 19 
HELENA HIGH VARSITY 2014      202 121 0 -- 8  

LOB--BELGRADE VARSITY 2014 10, HELENA HIGH VARSITY 2014 7.
ERR--Jess Giard. 2B--Jordan Branch, Skyla Neubauer, Rylee
Cygan, Kindall Bethke, Emma Meredith (2), Anna Fischer, H
Crawford, Ashley Nash, Mickey Edgar. 3B--Alli Alstrom, Erin
Emanuel. HR--Judy Taylor, Hannah Goulet, Kindall Bethke.
SB--Skyla Neubauer, Erin Emanuel, Tyler Holand, Anna
Fischer.

 BELGRADE VARSITY 2014           IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Judy Taylor (W)                7.00   13    8    8    3    1    0
 HELENA HIGH VARSITY 2014   
Terra Gilchrist (L)            2.67    7    9    9    5    1    2
Jess Giard                     4.33   16   10   10    0    0    1

PB--Jordan Hinman. WP--Judy Taylor (3), Jess Giard, Terra
Gilchrist. SO--Hannah Goulet, Emma Meredith. BB--Kristina
West, Hannah Goulet, Kindall Bethke, Alli Alstrom (2), Erin
Emanuel, Ashley Nash (2).

Logan Peterson helps the Eagles down Glasgow 9-4

Logan Peterson went 2-4 as the Eagles took home a 9-4 victory over Glasgow in seven innings on Thursday.

She singled in the second and seventh innings.

Lacee Giddens's eight strikeouts helped the Eagles to the victory. Lacee allowed three earned runs on five hits and two walks over seven innings.

Shyla Bergtoll was the game's losing pitcher. She allowed seven runs in 3 1/3 innings, walked five and struck out three.

The Eagles stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the second, scoring six runs on two singles.

After pushing across two runs in the bottom of the third, Glasgow faced just a 6-2 deficit. A passed ball and a groundout by Tyna Johnson gave Glasgow life. Khloe Krumweide to end the Glasgow threat.

The Eagles tallied one run in each of the fourth, fifth and seventh. In the fourth, the Eagles scored on an RBI single by Madison Theissen, scoring Logan. 

Sidney
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Micala Morehouse 4 2 0 0 1 1
Lacee Giddens 5 0 2 0 0 1
Logan Peterson 4 2 2 1 1 0
Madison Theissen 4 0 2 2 1 0
Holly Papineau 4 1 0 0 1 2
Mikayla Verhasselt 4 1 1 0 0 0
Tudie Crosby 2 1 0 0 2 1
Desirae Fasching 3 1 0 1 1 1
Tessah Desjarlais 4 1 1 2 0 1
Totals 34 9 8 6 7 7
Batting TB: Logan Peterson 2, Madison Theissen 2, Tessah Desjarlais, Mikayla Verhasselt, Lacee Giddens 2
RBI: Desirae Fasching, Logan Peterson, Madison Theissen 2, Tessah Desjarlais 2
ROE: Madison Theissen, Holly Papineau, Lacee Giddens
FC: Micala Morehouse, Logan Peterson, Holly Papineau, Mikayla Verhasselt, Tudie Crosby
SB: Logan Peterson 2
Quality At Bats Team Total: 26 (63.41%)

Micala Morehouse 3, Desirae Fasching 2, Logan Peterson 3, Madison Theissen 3, Tessah Desjarlais 4, Holly Papineau 3, Mikayla Verhasselt 2, Lacee Giddens 3, Tudie Crosby 2
Fielding E: Logan Peterson, Mikayla Verhasselt, Tudie Crosby
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Lacee Giddens 7.0 5 4 3 2 8 0 .676
Totals 7.0 5 4 3 2 8 0 .676
Pitching W: Lacee Giddens
Pitches-Strikes: Lacee Giddens 105-71
Groundouts-Flyouts: Lacee Giddens 5-8
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Lacee Giddens 19-31

Dawson County outdone by Rachel Jahner and DHS Softball, 6-1

DHS Softball beat Dawson County 6-1 in seven innings on Thursday at Dickinson (Gress Complex) behind Rachel Jahner, who went 1-1.

She singled in the sixth inning.

Haley Butterfield looked sharp on the rubber. Dawson County managed just three hits off of Butterfield, who allowed one earned run, walked one and struck out four during her 5 1/3 innings of work.

Sarah Temple was charged with the loss. She allowed six runs in six innings, walked eight and struck out one.

DHS Softball stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring one run on a sacrifice fly by Mackee Hoffmann.

Dawson County scored its only run of the game on an RBI single by Wyniah Mintz in the third inning.

DHS Softball added four more runs in the bottom of the fourth. A clutch error scored Abby Jones to open the scoring in the frame. That was followed up by Avery Privratsky's triple, scoring Rachel Silkey, Jamee Ludwick and Rachel Jahner. 

Dawson County
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Wyniah Mintz 3 0 1 1 0 0
Sara Hilbert 2 0 0 0 1 0
Alexis Pettersen 3 0 2 0 0 1
Amanda Mittlestadt 2 0 0 0 1 1
Cheyanne Ryan 3 0 0 0 0 1
Sarah Temple 3 0 0 0 0 1
Haylee Storlie 2 0 0 0 1 0
Aspen Gibbs 3 1 1 0 0 0
Baylee Huschka 2 0 0 0 0 2
Taya Torres 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 23 1 4 1 3 6
Batting 2B: Aspen Gibbs
TB: Aspen Gibbs 2, Wyniah Mintz, Alexis Pettersen 2
RBI: Wyniah Mintz
SAC: Baylee Huschka
ROE: Cheyanne Ryan
GIDP: Sara Hilbert
SB: Cheyanne Ryan
CS: Taya Torres
Quality At Bats Team Total: 7 (25.93%)

Haylee Storlie, Baylee Huschka, Aspen Gibbs, Wyniah Mintz, Amanda Mittlestadt, Sara Hilbert, Alexis Pettersen
Fielding E: Sara Hilbert
DP: Sara Hilbert
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Sarah Temple 6.0 4 6 1 8 1 0 .447
Totals 6.0 4 6 1 8 1 0 .447
Pitching L: Sarah Temple
Pitches-Strikes: Sarah Temple 114-51
Groundouts-Flyouts: Sarah Temple 10-5
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Sarah Temple 9-29

 

Cassi Miller's big day not enough, as the Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity lose 11-1 to Great Falls High

The Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity racked up four hits, but it wasn't enough, as the Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity were 11-1 losers on Thursday at the hands of Great Falls High at Great Falls.

L Merer got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. She allowed one run over six innings. L Merer struck out eight, walked two and gave up four hits.

Great Falls High was sparked by M Bourblau and B Ferda, who teamed up for five hits and six RBIs.

Cassi Miller took the loss for the Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity. She allowed 10 runs in five innings, walked three and struck out none.

Great Falls High answered the Fergus Golden Eagles Varsity's top inning with five runs of its own in the fourth. Great Falls High scored on an error, an RBI single by B Wilson, an RBI single by A Dougnuts, an error, and an RBI double by B Ferda. 

Fergus
BattingABRHRBIBBK
Teale Danell 3 0 1 0 0 0
Ali Gremaux 3 0 1 0 0 1
Maddie Comes 3 1 1 0 0 1
Cassi Miller 1 0 0 0 2 0
Jessica Kindzerski 3 0 0 0 0 2
Nora Weichel 2 0 1 0 0 1
Karlie Southworth 2 0 0 0 0 2
Shelby Alexander 2 0 0 0 0 1
Jessica Gapay 2 0 0 0 0 0
Maria Henderson 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 21 1 4 0 2 8
Batting TB: Maddie Comes, Nora Weichel, Teale Danell, Ali Gremaux
SB: Maddie Comes, Cassi Miller
CS: Ali Gremaux
Quality At Bats Team Total: 8 (34.78%)

Maddie Comes 2, Shelby Alexander, Karlie Southworth, Jessica Gapay, Cassi Miller 2
Fielding E: Maddie Comes, Jessica Kindzerski, Cassi Miller, Ali Gremaux 2
DP: Jessica Kindzerski, Cassi Miller
PitchingIPHRERBBKHRS%
Cassi Miller 5.0 7 10 6 3 0 2 .550
Maddie Comes 0.1 2 1 0 2 0 0 .450
Totals 5.1 9 12 6 5 0 2 .530
Pitching HBP: Cassi Miller 2
Pitches-Strikes: Maddie Comes 20-9, Cassi Miller 80-44
Groundouts-Flyouts: Maddie Comes 0-0, Cassi Miller 3-9
First pitch strikes-Batters faced: Maddie Comes 3-5, Cassi Miller 15-29

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