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Van Buren County 18, Danville 0 (Thursday)
The Warriors scored 10 in the first and eight in the second to down the Bears on Thursday.
Annabelle Cormier led the Warriors with three hits. Cormier ended with three RBIs. Ashlynn Huff tallied two hits. Ivy Davison, Alli Campbell, Cala Smith, Kylee Roen and Jade Balmer each had one hit. Lexee Fritz finished with three RBIs as well. Callie Kracht, Davison and Roen each finished with two RBIs. Campbell and Balmer finished with one RBI.
Campbell allowed one hit in the win, along with two strikeouts.
Highland 5, Wapello 3 (Thursday)
Highland went four scoreless innings against the Arrows, but scored five between the fifth and sixth to grab the win.
Lilly Barre and Madison Beeson each finished with a pair of hits. Sarah Burton, Payton Brun, Grace Batcheller and Jessica Kraus each finished with one hit. Burton, Batcheller and Kraus all had RBIs as well.
Kraus pitched all seven innings, giving up three runs on five hits, three walks and 10 strikeouts.
New London 7, Hillcrest Academy 6
This game will be recapped in Tuesday’s paper.
Highland 10, New London 0
Highland scored one in the first, five in the third, two in the fourth, one in the fifth and one in the sixth to down the Tigers.
A full recap of the game will be in Tuesday’s paper.
Winfield-Mt. Union 8, Columbus 0 (Thursday)
After a scoreless first, the Wolves scored two in the second followed by five in the third. WMU added one in the fifth to top its scoring on the night.
Keely Malone led the Wolves with three hits and an RBI in the win. Anna Anderson, Quin Smith and Melina Oepping each finished with a pair of hits. Smith also had one RBI. Makiah Lower ended with one hit and one RBI. Aurey Meeker had three RBIs and Carlee Sloan one.
Lower pitched a complete game, giving up four hits, four walks and 10 strikeouts.
For Columbus, Sera Vela, Lily Coil, Libby White, Kennedy Woepking and Susy Herrera each had a hit.
Libby White gave up eight runs (one earned) on 10 hits, three walks and one strikeout.
Mid-Prairie 7, Camanche 2 (Thursday)
After a scoreless first, the Golden Hawks scored two in both the second and third and two once more in the fifth. They added one more in the seventh.
Pekin 4, Hillcrest Academy 1 (Thursday)
Pekin scored four between the first three innings to down Hillcrest. The Ravens scored one in the seventh.
Claire Roth finished with two hits for the Panthers along with one RBI. Alex Parsons, Kendyl Noel and Abby Guise each had one hit. Parsons, Noel, and Brooke Miller also each had one RBI.
Miller won pitching a complete game, giving up one run on five hits, one walk, one hit batter and eight strikeouts.
Cardinal 12, Mediapolis 2
Cardinal scored seven in the first two innings against Mediapolis. The Comets added one in the fourth and four in the sixth to steal it.
Emma Becker led the Comets with three hits and three RBIs. Caitlyn Reber and Brinlee Ostrander each had two hits. Kinsey Hissem, Reber, Cynthia Albert and Madison Diveley each had one RBI. Ava Ferrell tallied four RBIs.
Sigourney 2, Cardinal 1 (Thursday)
The Comets came up just short to Sigourney on Thursday. The Savages scored twice in the third and the Comets brought one home in the sixth in the contest.
Emma Becker, Kinsey Hissem, Ava Ferrell, Riley Bears and Brinlee Ostrander all tallied a hit for the Comets. Hissem had the lone RBI.
Nicoa McClure pitched a complete game for the Comets. Giving up two runs on seven hits, two walks, and five strikeouts.
Holy Trinity Catholic 12, Hillcrest Academy 5
The Ravens scored three runs in the third and one each in the fourth and fifth, but the Crusaders scored 12 in the first four innings.
Linn-Mar 4, Mid-Prairie 1
Linn-Mar scored all four of its points in the first innings. Mid-Prairie scored once in the third, but couldn’t make the comeback.
Iowa Valley 16, Keota 0
After three scoreless innings, the Tigers scored 16 runs in the fourth to down the Eagles.