Solid defense leads to a sweep for Indian softball

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Solid defense leads to a sweep for Indian softball

Sophomore Cassidy Prough playing second against Colby.

Sophomore Cassidy Prough playing second against Colby.

Mitzi Fagan

Sophomore Cassidy Prough playing second against Colby.

Mitzi Fagan

Mitzi Fagan

Sophomore Cassidy Prough playing second against Colby.

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The Indian softball team competed at home versus Colby on April 18, where they run ruled 12-0 in the first game and 15-5 the second game.

In the first game the Indians jumped out and scored five runs the first inning, two in the second, four in the third, and ended the game with one in the fourth. The Eagles went scoreless.

The Indians had 10 hits and one of which was a homerun by junior Shyann Schumacher and one error while the Eagles had two hits and four errors.

Kaitlyn Brown, a junior pitched for the Indians in the first game and had two hits and nine strike outs.

The second game the Lady Indians had a late start and didn’t score until the third inning in which they scored nine then, they scored three in the fourth, one in the fifth and two in the sixth. The Eagles scored three in the first and two in the third.

At the end of the game, the Indians had 18 hits and one of them was a three-run homerun by junior Jaysa Wichers and the Indians had no errors compared to the Eagles who had three hits and one error.

Wichers was on the mound for the start of the second game, in which she had two hits, three hits, and four walks. Brown was called in to relieve in the second inning and she had one hit, two runs and errors, and nine strikeouts.

The Indians are 5-5 on the season and will play on April 20 at Great Bend.

 

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