Lady Indian softball splits home game on April 4 with Dodge City


Jacob Maska

Senior Jaysa Wichers pitching against Garden City on April 2. Wichers also pitched a total 14 innings on against Dodge City.

The Indian softball team split on April 4, it lost its first game 6-2 and strong pitching and defense lead to a  7-6 win in the second game.

The first game started off scoreless until the third inning where the Red Demons struck first putting three runs on the board. Then three more in the sixth, the Indians also scored one run in the sixth then added another one in the seventh to finish the game.

Throughout the game, the Indians had eight hits and no errors, the Red Demons had 10 hits and no errors as well.

Senior Jaysa Wichers took the mound for the Indians, she went all seven innings and had one walk and eight strikeouts.

In the second game, the Indians were behind after the first inning when the Red Devils scored two but came back in the second to score one run. Then scored another three in the third scored two in the fifth. In the sixth inning, the Red Devils scored three runs, while the Indians scored one run. The game ended with the Indians holding off the Red Devils and only allowing them to score one run.

The Indians had 11 hits and no errors, compared to the Red Devils 10 hits and one error.

Wichers was at the mound again and she had no walks and three strikeouts.

The Indians are now 3-3 on the season and will play again on April 12 at Colby.