WEEKEND SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Lady Lakers cruise; Warriors win; Bulldogs fall

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WEEKEND SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Lady Lakers cruise; Warriors win; Bulldogs fall

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SHAKAMAK 17, Eastern Greene 1 (5): The Lady Lakers continued their surge at the end of the season with a lopsided Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference win on Saturday.


Shakamak scored at least four runs in all four frames for the win.


After the Thunderbirds scored in the top of the first, the Lakers answered back with four in the home half and never looked back.


Brylee Wilson worked a bases-loaded walk for a 2-1 lead before Adelyse Varner capped the opening inning with a 2-run single.


Jama Ewers, Ayanna Clark and Varner all recorded run-scoring hits in part of the Lakers’ five-run second frame.


Ewers (4), Clark (3) and Camryn Byrne (3) combined for 10 of Shakamak’s 16 hits in the romp. Clark and Varner collected four RBI apiece.


Wilson went  the distance in the circle for the win.


Shakamak improved to 8-14 overall on the season and has won six of its last seven games heading into the last week of the regular season.




NORTH KNOX 4, Northeast Dubois 3: The Lady Warriors scored twice in the opening frame and added single tallies in the fifth and sixth inning before staving off the Jeeps’ late rally on Saturday.


After a groundout by Mattilynn Ashley scored Baylee McClure for a 1-0 lead, Javen Miller doubled home Ally Crist with two outs for a 2-0 lead.


Ashley gave the Warriors a 3-1 lead in the fifth with a sacrifice bunt, scoring Crist before Ellie Allen doubled home Dakota Szink in the sixth for a 4-2 lead.


NED pulled to within 4-3 with a bases-loaded walk in the seventh, but stranded the tying run at third base.


North Knox recorded just four hits in the win, but took advantage of six walks and three errors by the Jeeps.


Keylee Nieb went the distance in the circle for the win and fanned four batters.


North Knox improved to 9-8 overall on the season.




White River Valley 19, Dugger Union 4 (6): The visiting Wolverines scored eight times in the top of the sixth inning to enforce the mercy rule during Saturday’s non-conference game. 


Brinna Simpson had a pair of hits in the loss and an RBI, while freshman Jalee Brumbarger recorded an RBI single.


Brae Simpson and Sage Stahl both lined doubles in the loss.

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