On April 1, the softball team traveled to Abilene to take on the Cowgirls for the first matchup of the season and won the first game, 13-4, and the second, 10-6.
The first game started off strong for the Indians, as they scored six runs in the top of the first inning and carried the momentum to their 13-4 victory.
Sophomore Madyson Sennett had three hits, freshman Dezarae Schmidt drove in three runs and sophomores Morgen Berry, Elle Dreiling and Raegan Winter all drove in two runs.
The second game was more evenly matched, with the Indians behind 6-4 after five innings, but a five-run sixth inning for the Indians propelled them to their victory.
Schmidt had two hits and drove in three runs, Berry had three hits and drove in two runs and Sennett drove in two RBI’s.
Freshman Aubree Thomas pitched both games for the Indians and allowed six runs, three were earned, with seven hits against her, 10 strikeouts and two walks.