Lady Yellow Jackets hold off East Hardy, 9-5


The Fairview Lady Aggies jumped out to a fast 2-0 start on Hanceville in the top of the first of Wednesday afternoon's first matchup. This gave Drexel a 2-0 lead in the first inning. Antoncic lead the team hitting three for five and two RBI's. Lyndee Spargur singled, Carli Reiber drew a base on balls, Kaiti White doubled, and Layla Hattan drove in a run on a ground ball error. The Bulls responded in the bottom of the inning, picking up two runs off hits by sophomore second baseman Jenelle Martinez and senior third baseman Danielle Lallos. Resurreccion went seven innings giving up two runs on three hits.

North Dakota State won game one 9-2, but South Dakota State bounced back for an 11-3 win in five innings in the second as the teams split Summit League softball doubleheader played Thursday, April 12, at Augustana University's Bowden Field. Jamie Phares supplied the big hit with a two-run single.

After two weeks of miserable weather, the Greenwood softball team was thrilled to finally play a game.

The Lionettes' two errors in the third were both on the same play that allowed two runs to score. Hawkins was 2-4. Samantha Chavez was 1-2 with 1 RBI.

The Knights took the lead for good with a pair of runs in the fifth inning, and then added two more runs in the sixth to hold of the Rams for the win. Barker and senior outfielder Samantha McQueen scored on RBI singles.

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Junior pitcher Kaysee Talick pitched a complete game for UMass Lowell in game one. Two at-bats later, Shedd homered into center field to make it 10-3 and all but secure the win. Ottawa got on the board in the top of the fourth with three runs before the Swedes would score three of their own in the bottom of the fifth thanks to a three-run homerun by Flores. "The girls are really clicking", Rancho Cotate coach Tracy Guerrero said.

In the second game of the doubleheader, the Indians were trailing 1-0 after the first inning, but managed to tie things up in the top of the seventh to force extra innings.

Fairview struck early and took a quick 2-0 lead on an RBI triple from Hogeland. With one out and the 1-0 lead, sophomore Crosby Huckabay doubled to left center, scoring Stanford and moving Krzus to third.

Bethany started this game off with a single run in the bottom of the first inning when Fudge reached base on a walk then moved around by a sacrifice bunt by Wager before scoring on a Ciera Flores, freshman infielder, double to deep right-center field. "We did that I think in three consecutive innings where...we had to get more than three outs in an inning and when you do that, it doesn't matter if it's college or high school, they're going to score runs on you and that's what we had". Troy's second run came as Logan Calhoun knocked a single into right field to bring home Hope Hernandez.

The Mustangs had five hits in their eight-run third inning. The Knights finished the game with 15 hits and stole six more bases in the win.