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Prep softball roundup: RCW drops twin bill

DANUBE — Renville County West lost two tough games on Tuesday, falling by a total of three runs in a Camden Conference doubleheader against Lakeview.

In the first game, the Jaguars lost 11-9, falling just short in the bottom of the seventh inning, and Lakeview scored in the bottom of the seventh in game two to take home a 6-5 victory.

 The Jaguars’ Cassidy Fransen was twice a hard-luck loser, allowing just six earned runs, one walk while striking out 11 in the two games.

Lexi Bakker was 3-for-4 with a double and two runs batted in in the first game, and Analisa Zaske and Malerie Thompson both had two hits.

In the second game, Brittany Krogman was 3-for-3 with an RBI, Bakker was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and Steph Wersal was 2-for-3.

The Jaguars fell to 2-2 overall. They play Kerkhoven-Murdock, Sunburg on Monday in Murdock.

Game One

Lakeview 11, RCW 9

Lakeview.................001 271 0 — 11 9 2 

RCW........................200 102 4 — 9 11 8 

HITTING – Lakeview: Caitlin Louwagie 3-5, Emily Streich 3-4, Abby Lee 2-6 … Renville County West: Analisa Zaske 2-5 Brittany Harazin 1-4, Malerie Thompson 2-4, Nora Kronlokken 1-4, Morgan Zaske 1-3 rbi, Lexi Bakker 3-4 2b rbi-2, Cassidy Fransen 1-4 rbi-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — Lakeview: Anissa Peppersack (W) 6-10-10-8-4-4, Sadie Stelter 1-1-1-1-2-2 … Renville County West: Fransen (L) 7-9-11-3-0-5

Game Two

Lakeview 6, RCW 5

RCW..........................030 110 0 — 5 9 5 

Lakeview...................100 130 1 — 6 9 2 

HITTING – Renville County West: Thompson 1-4 2b, Steph Wersal 2-3, Kronlokken 1-2, Brittany Krogman 2-3 rbi, Bakker 2-3 rbi-2, Fransen 1-3 … Lakeview: Lee 2-3, Peppersack 2-3 2b rbi

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — Renville County West: Fransen (L) 6-9-6-2-0-5 … Lakeview: Stelter (W) 7-9-5-3-1-6

Eagles split with RTR

The Lac qui Parle Valley softball team split a Camden Conference doubleheader with Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Tuesday, winning game one as the home team but falling in game two in five innings as the visiting team.

Maddie Jensen, Ally Jensen and Sarah Halldorson all had two hits for LQPV in the first game. The Eagles scored six runs in the first inning and tacked on two in the fourth and another in the sixth.

Halldorson picked up the victory.

In game two, Halldorson was 3-for-3 with a triple.

The Eagles are set to play MACCRAY on Thursday in Raymond.

Game One

LQPV 9, RTR 6

RTR........................400 001 1 — 6  9  0 

LQPV.......................600 201 x — 9 12 0 

HITTING – Russell-Tyler-Ruthton: Anna Madsen 2-4, Alitta McWilliams 2-4, Nicole Enemark 1-4 2b, Kaylie Neilson 1-4 2b … Lac qui Parle Valley: Maddie Jensen 2-3, Ally Jensen 2-3, Sarah Halldorson 2-3, Julia Bowers 1-4, Kelsea Lund 1-4, Kelsey Kuechenmeister 1-3, Tania Tosel 2-4, Morgan Croatt 1-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — Russell-Tyler-Ruthton: Madsen (L) 6-12-9-na-3-3 … Lac qui Parle Valley: Halldorson (W) 7-9-6-na-1-3

Game Two

RTR 7, LQPV 5

LQPV............................030 02 — 5  8  0

RTR..............................231 1x — 7 11 0

HITTING – Lac qui Parle Valley: M. Jensen 1-2, Halldorson 3-3 3b, Laura Schlieman 1-3, Kuechenmeister 1-2, Jenny Arnold 1-2, Croatt 1-2 … Russell-Tyler-Ruthton: Madsen 2-3, Enemark 2-2, Neilson 2-2, Danielle Blanchette 2-3

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — Lac qui Parle Valley: Schlieman (L) 2.2-7-5-NA-4-2, Halldorson 2.1-4-2-NA-1-3 … Russell-Tyler-Ruthton: Madsen (W) 5-8-5-NA-3-4

Wright County

Glencoe-Silver Lake 11, New London-Spicer 1

Glencoe-Silver Lake roared out from the start, scoring nine runs in the first three innings and downing the Wildcats in a Wright County Conference game Tuesday in New London.

Lisa Dobbelaere, Taylor Thunstedt, Megan Thorson, Espi Austvold and Alyssa Fredrick had NLS’s hits. Dobbelaere drove in Thunstedt for the Wilcats’ lone run.

The Wildcats are off until traveling to Morris/Chokio-Alberta at 5 p.m. Monday.

GSL...........................225 02 — 11 10 0 

NLS............................100 00 —   1  5  5 

HITTING – GSL: Rachel Rusten 2-3, Stephanie Klockmann 3-4 rbi … NLS: Lisa Dobbelaere 1-2 rbi, Taylor Thunstedt 1-3 r, Megan Thorson 1-1, Espi Austvold 1-2, Alyssa Fredrick 1-2

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — GSL: Moriah Maunu (W) … NLS: Kelsey Rustad (L) 5-10-11-4-2-4

Annandale 18,

Litchfield 8

Litchfield hung around against the Cardinals through five innings on Tuesday but Annandale scored 10 runs in the final two innings to win the Wright County Conference game.

Tasha Stubeda homered, doubled and drove in two runs for the Dragons. Kristen Jones and Grace Spanos were both 2-for-3.

Litchfield fell to 0-2 in the WCC and 0-4 overall. The Dragons play at Maple Lake at 4 p.m. today.

Annandale.............232 107 3 — 18 14 3 

Litchfield...............512 000 0 —  8  10 4 

HITTING – Annandale: Ashley Jansen 3-6 rbi, Rebecca Segner 3-5, Krissy Kalla 3-5 rbi-2 … Litchfield: Hallie Euerle 1-5, Kristin Jones 2-3, Tasha Stubeda 2-3 hr 2b rbi-2, Lexi Barron 1-4, Grace Spanos 2-3, Kirsten Weseman 1-3, Ashley Walters 1-4

PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) — Annandale: Maggie Olson (W) … Litchfield: Weseman (L) 7-14-18-6-12-3

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