Prep Softball: Morris/Chokio-Alberta improves to 15-0

The Tigers beat Besnon 11-4 in a West Central Conference game.

MORRIS — The Morris/Chokio-Alberta softball team improved its record to 15-0 with an 11-4 West Central Conference victory over the Benson Braves on Wednesday.

The game was a re-schedule because of inclement weather..

Hannah Fischer and Brienna Dybdahl each had two hits for the Tigers, who scored seven runs in the second inning.

For Benson (12-5), Sarah Brandt went 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and four RBI. Adysen Himley and Rachel Berens each had two hits for the Braves.

Benson 300 100 0-4 10 1
Morris/CA 071 021 x-11 11 0
Hitting - Benson: Ellie Moesenthin 1-3 r bb sb-2, Adysen Himley 2-4 r 2b, Marissa Connelly 1-3 r, Zoe Doscher 1-3, Sarah Brandt 2-3 r rbi-4 2b hr, Rachel Berens 2-3, Leah Thompson 1-3… Morris/CA: Hannah Fischer 2-3 r rbi-2 bb 2b, Brianna Marty 1-3 r rbi-2 bb 2b, LeRae Kram 1-4 r rbi-2 2b sb, Mckenna Hufford 1-4 rbi-2, Sydney Dietz 1-4, Shannon Dougherty 1-4 r sb, Katelyn Wehking 1-2 r-3 bb-2 2b sb, Courtney Lehman 0-3 r, Yasmine Westerman 1-1 rbi sb, Brienna Dybdahl 2-3 r-3 rbi bb 2b sb-2
Pitching (ip-h-r-er-bb-so) - Benson: Bella Wolter (L) 6-11-11-10-5-2 … Morris/CA: Dybdahl (W) 7-10-4-4-1-5
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