Sand Bar Softball Team Celebrates End of Season

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GVSU received runs from all across the lineup, with Rhynard, Brooke Henning and Tanner Kiesel combining for five hits, two RBIs and two runs scored.

Helping pick up the slack were Madelyn Graham with a RBI double and single; Autumn Siers with a two-run triple; and Madison Sislo with two singles. Trenton Adkins celebrated his birthday one day early with a two out walk off single to complete an Oriole double header sweep. Senior Taylor Weaver tossed 3 2/3 scoreless innings, allowing one hit while striking out five.

A two run double off the bat of Josie Manion in the bottom of the first, who would later go on to relieve Evans on the mound, narrowed the gap, but another huge six run inning by the Jayhawks in the top half of the third practically cemented the game giving them an 11-2 lead.

Faith Palmer led off with a bunt single, and Izzy O'Bannion put two on when she reached on a ball that careened off the pitcher's glove. Senior Draven Sonnon led off the first with a double down the left field line. Ecker crossed home plate on a Hayden single to tie the game. A homer over center field plated three runs and put Pitt on the board at 6-3. Colson would triple to right center and score on a throwing error which brought in another run and bring the Hawks to a 7-5 lead and the win after freshman Abbie Murrell would shut the door on American International.

Proctor softball pitcher Amanda Reynolds winds up for a pitch during Thursday's matchup against Mount St. Joseph Academy at St. Peter's Field in Rutland.

WashU posted an 11-4 victory in game one, and then had a season-high 15 hits in an 11-3 win in game two.

In addition, Platek had a big day on offense, going 3 for 4 with four RBIs after collecting hits in her final three at-bats with the big blow being a three-run homer that removed all doubts. A bases-loaded hit-by-pitch added another run for the Mavericks to make the score 4-2.

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Premier League leaders City completely dominated the first half as they attempted to salvage the tie after last week's 3-0 loss at Anfield.

Solge and Jones both drive in two runs for Padua (2-3), who travels to Brandywine Monday at 3:45. "We needed to score some runs". Sami Main and Sydney Golden combined to throw seven innings with just two earned runs allowed in the circle. Almond, Reynolds, Lee, Sawyer Perkins, Isabel Valerio and Maggie McKearin all had hits in the inning and the Mounties committed three errors. Haley Cioni led off the inning by drawing a walk followed by a Paige Veronda single to left. His second home run, this time a two-run blast in the third, came with two outs. Krzus sent a single deep to right center, scoring Sonnon and putting Stanford at third.

The Panthers scored five runs in the sixth inning.

"I didn't think it was a home run, but it had some pop", Starr said with a smile pointing to her first prep home run. Sarti then doubled home a run and scored on an error.

In the fifth, Murphy would walk to bring in another run and make the task for American International's comeback even more hard staring down a 5-0 deficit.

The victory for Rancho Cotate (5-0, 8-2) gives it sole possession of first place while Casa Grande (4-1, 7-3) drops to second place.

Next week's games include a home matchup against Amador Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. and an away game at Calaveras Friday at 4 p.m.