Lady 'Cats win two games as season end nears

High school roundup for April 10, 2018: Seton LaSalle softball wins in extra innings

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Rodriguez's Adrianna Maldonado pitches in the first inning of the game against Napa High, at Rodriguez, on Wednesday April 11, 2018.

The Flyers wrapped up the 2017 campaign with a 12-9 record, just one season after a 1-19 year in 2016.

Frank's two-out RBI single in the top of the first scored Koerner, who worked a walk and advanced to second on a wild pitch. The Falcons scored at least one run in each of the first five innings.

Boardman starting pitcher Jenny Taraszewski pitched a complete game, keeping Tiger hitters off balance all night - limiting them to two runs.

Sonora's Kelsey Burr hit a home run in the bottom of the seventh and Lucy Hessler singled to give the 'Cats the chance to even things up.

At the plate, TJCA was led by Matthew Martin's 2-for-3 performance in which he recorded a double and two RBIs.

Unfortunately for the Lady Bulldogs, Fairview starter Hogeland held their bats scoreless the rest of the way and picked up an 8-5 win after the Lady Aggies pushed one more run across in the sixth on another error.

Paige Eccher singled and scored. The Mustangs tied the game in the fifth when Mitch Kellogg homered over the left field wall to lead off the inning.

USAO scored three runs in the second inning to build a 4-0 cushion. Cornerstone loaded the bases in the seventh inning, but the rally fizzled, giving the Crusaders the win. One run came with Cody Myers getting hit by a pitch, but Zellem got whiffed on a three balls/two strikes pitch to end the game. Kyndell Warren had three hits with a double and two RBI, while Addison Land had a home run and two RBI.

Dylan Mersola had a pair of singles to pace a nine-hit Morningside offensive attack. The Tigers swept a series over the University of Dallas from March 30-31, limiting the opponent to just 10 runs in four games.

In their 16-0 win over Northside, Karli Weber took the short three-inning win on the mound for the Lady Wolves. After a stolen base and passed ball brought him to third, Brian Burns came through in the clutch with a two out RBI single. With a runner on third, the Panthers pulled all of their fielders in some and Wilson hit a liner over the left fielder's head that normally would have been caught, Pioneer coach Gabby Thomas said.

Kaiti White and the Lady Lions defense dominated their opponents limiting the Lady Devils to a single earned run on four hits.

Hosiner also was 2-for-4 with a double, one run and two RBIs. Caitie Dully helped bring the leadership with the other two while also being unsafe both ways.

Morningside rallied within 8-7 in the bottom of the seventh when a walk to Mitch Kellogg and a single by Mersola set up a two-out, two-run single by DeChaine.

Dezirae Simon struck out six Crushers in the Monticello Empire League tilt, scattering five hits in the contest.

Saxton hit one just over the outstretched glove of Howland senior shortstop Mackenzie Maze to make the score 11-2 Boardman in the top of the sixth.

The Lady Warriors will make a trip to Raymond on Tuesday to face Hinds Community College at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m., before hosting Mississippi Delta Community College Friday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.at the Softball Park in Decatur in the final regular season home games of the year.

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