WLA 9, Manitowac Luth.
- Apr. 23, 2014
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WLA 9, Manitowac Luth.
Springs 23, Stockbridge 1 (4 inn.): The Ledgers piled up 18 hits as Franci Marresse and Anja Olzo combined for Springs' third one-hitter in their first four games (4-0, 3-0 Flyway).
The early part of the Fond du Lac softball team's schedule hasn't been easy to say the least.
Mayville 5, WLA 0: The Cardinals moved their undefeated mark to 7-0 (3-0 Flyway) as Libby Schellpfeffer racked up 13 strikeouts in a shutout performance on the mound.
Waupun 1-12, Plymouth 0-7: The Warriors swept the Panthers in a EWC doubleheader played in Waupun.
Oakfield 16, Montello 1 (5 inn.): The Oaks have now scored 47 runs in their last two games, blowing past the Hilltoppers with seven in the second innning and six in the third.
Campbellsport 8-16, Two Rivers 0-1: Led by pitcher Brianna Gruenwald, the Cougars dominated a doubleheader sweep.
Laconia 4, KML 3: Lauren Strook’s seventh-inning triple drove in the winning run for the Spartans, who got a fine outing from pitcher Kayla Schwebke. She walked none and struck out nine in seven innings, while Anna Wagner added a pair of hits for Laconia.
The Oakfield softball team goes as McKaela Ryan goes.
Kaukauna 3, Fond du Lac 0: The Cardinals came up with only one hit in a loss to the Ghosts on the road.
Oshkosh West 4-6, Fond du Lac 1-0: The Cardinals came up with only six hits and one run as the Wildcats swept a doubleheader played in Oshkosh.
Laconia 12-7, North Fond du Lac 2-1: The Spartans picked up a pair of wins over the Orioles in a doubleheader played at North Fond du Lac.
Mayville 8, Lomira 3: A five-run fourth inning gave the Cardinals a comfortable lead in a win over the Lions at home.
Oakfield 31, Pardeeville 0 (5 inn.): The Oaks pounded out 20 hits in a dominating win over the Bulldogs on the road.
Waupun's softball team improved to 6-1 on the season after sweeping a non-conference doubleheader at Slinger on Saturday.
Fond du Lac 13, Cedarburg 1 (5 inn.): The Fond du Lac softball team picked up its first win of the season Saturday, dominating Cedarburg 13-1 in five innings at the Sheboygan North Invitational.
Oakfield 4, Randolph 1: McKaela Ryan allowed only two hits and struck out 10 as the Oaks topped the Rockets at home.
Mayville 4, West Bend West 0: Pitcher Kira Krueger powered the Cardinals to 5-0 on the season with a 1-hitter while fanning 13 Spartans on the road.