Wabasso crushes Sleepy Eye, 10-3
Sleepy Eye 3
WABASSO – Wabasso blew open a close game with a five-run inning that was helped by two Sleepy Eye errors in a Tomahawk conference softball game on Thursday.
Kimberly Frank led the Rabbits from the circle as she recorded the win, going seven innings and striking out 10 batters. She allowed three runs. Shawna Rogotzke and Kendra Eichten both had a multiple hit game as both finished with two hits and two RBIs on the day.
Sleepy Eye’s Sammy Villanueva had two hits. Sam Krebsbach also recorded two hits and one RBI on the day. MacKayla Alrich took the loss from the circle for the Indians as she pitched six innings, allowing all 10 runs on eight hits while striking out four batters.
Wabasso (2-1) will host to Tomahawk conference foe Springfield at 4:30 p.m. today followed by a night cap against Benilde-St. Margaret’s.
St. Mary’s 16, CM/C 2
St. Mary’s 25, CM/C 5
SLEEPY EYE – Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s swept Comfrey/Cedar Mountain in a Tomahawk Conference doubleheader Friday.
Maddy Helget was the winning pitcher in the first game for the Knights. Bethany Berkner was 2-for-3 for St. Mary’s.
In the second game, Laura Pelzel was the winning pitcher. Karissa Fleck was 3-for-4 with three runs scored and three RBIs.
St. Mary’s (5-1, 3-1) travels to Lester Prairie on Monday.
MVL 10, BLHS 2
MVL 12, BLHS 3
HECTOR – Carlie Maasz pitched in both games and got both wins from the circle as Minnesota Valley Lutheran picked up two Tomahawk Conference softball wins on Thursday.
Maasz struck out 11 batters in the first game in the first game and gave up two runs. Jordan Marotz had three hits and had two RBIs while scoring two runs in the first game from the plate.
Charlotte Pfingsten led MVL in the second game from the plate, getting one hit and three walks while scoring three runs.
MVL (2-3) will play at Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop today in a conference doubleheader.