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St. Mary’s stays unbeaten with win over BLHS

Prep softball round-up

April 27, 2013
The Journal

St. Mary's 6, BLHS 2

SLEEPY EYE - Sleepy Eye St. Mary's defeated Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart Friday in a Tomahawk Conference softball game.

Maddy Helget was the winning pitcher, going seven innings for the Knights. She struck out 11 batters, gave up two earned runs and four hits.

Jenna Hose was 1-for-3 with an RBI.

Katie Kalenberg was the losing pitcher for BLHS, giving up two earned runs and five hits.

Becca Ebbers led BLHS, going 2-for-3 with a double and one RBI.

St. Mary's (3-0, 2-0) hosts Wabasso Tuesday in a Tomahawk Conference game.

New Ulm 6, Farmington 4

Maple River 4, New Ulm 3

NORTH MANKATO Sydney Schuck pitched a complete game in New Ulm's win over Farmington Friday at The Mankato East softball tournament played at Caswell Park.

Schuck pitched seven innings and gave up four runs, nine hits, walked two, and struck out three. Kali Denn went 1-for-3 with two RBI and Briana Sieve added two RBI.

The Eagles came up short against Maple River in Game 2 of the tournament, losing 4-3.

Schuck took the loss for New Ulm. She went six innings, gave up four runs, allowed six hits and struck out six.

Abby Kamm went 2-for-three with a double, two runs scored and one RBI with three stolen bases. Rachel Strandmark went 1-for-3 with two stolen bases and one run scored.

New Ulm will play today at Caswell against Kasson-Mantorville.

Sleepy Eye 10, C/CM 0

Sleepy Eye 12,

Mountain Lake 2

SLEEPY EYE - Sleepy Eye won a pair of softball games on Friday.

In the first game, Sleepy Eye defeated Comfrey/Cedar Mountain. McKayla Ahlrich earned the win and Brianna Tremml took the loss. Ahlrich struck out eight and allowed one hit. Jordyn Domeier led Sleepy Eye by going 2-for-2 with three runs and a double.

In the second game, Sleepy Eye's Carly Jensen struck out six and allowed three hits to earn the win. Janessa Peters took the loss.

Sam Krebsbach was 3-for-4 with a double, a triple and seven RBI.

 
 

 

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