Indian Softball falls to Great Bend Panthers at home on April 20

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Indian Softball falls to Great Bend Panthers at home on April 20

Sophomore catcher MacKenzie Fagan catches a ball from the picther and hopes for a strike in a recent game against the Dodge City Red Demons. On April 20, the Indians fell to the Great Bend Panthers at home.

Sophomore catcher MacKenzie Fagan catches a ball from the picther and hopes for a strike in a recent game against the Dodge City Red Demons. On April 20, the Indians fell to the Great Bend Panthers at home.

Abby Balman

Sophomore catcher MacKenzie Fagan catches a ball from the picther and hopes for a strike in a recent game against the Dodge City Red Demons. On April 20, the Indians fell to the Great Bend Panthers at home.

Abby Balman

Abby Balman

Sophomore catcher MacKenzie Fagan catches a ball from the picther and hopes for a strike in a recent game against the Dodge City Red Demons. On April 20, the Indians fell to the Great Bend Panthers at home.

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The Hays High Indian softball lost to the Great Bend Panthers on April 20 15-0 in the first game and 16-4 in the second game.

In the first game, the Panthers scored four runs in the first inning, two in the second, six in the third, and three in the fourth. The Indians were scoreless throughout the game, ending the game 15-0.

Throughout the game, the Panthers had fifteen hits, and one error while the Indians had three hits and three errors.

Pitching for the Indians was freshman Macee Altman for four innings with fifteen hits, nine errors, and three strikeouts.

In the second game against the Panthers, the Panthers were scoreless in the first inning, scored two runs in the second, seven in the third, one in the fourth, and six in the fifth. The Indians scored one run in the first inning, one in the second, scoreless in the third, one in the fourth, and one in the fifth ending the game 16-4.

Throughout the game, the Panthers had eight hits, and one error while the Indians had ten hits and ten errors.

Pitching for the Indians was sophomore Jaysa Wichers for five innings with eight hits, three erros and four strikeouts.

The Indians are now 4-6 on the season and will play against the Garden City Buffalos at home on April 25.

 

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