Canton-Galva’s girls were down to their last out.

But the Sedgwick Cardinals couldn’t get it.

Canton-Galva’s girls were down to their last out.
But the Sedgwick Cardinals couldn’t get it.
Alyson Bressie’s two-run single in the bottom of the seventh inning enabled the Eagles to tie the Cardinals at 4-4 in the second game, then Lacy Kopf delivered a game-winning single, as the Eagles earned the split with a 5-4 win. Sedgwick had won the first game, 5-2.
With two out, Kimmy Voth walked and Destiney Hett singled. Brittany Leffler walked to load the bases and Bressie then drilled her hit to tie the game. Kopf wasted no time, as she got the winner to move the Eagles to 8-2.
Hett, Bressie and Kopf all had two hits and Bressie was the winning pitcher while helping her own cause with a double.
Sedgwick had won the opener, with three runs in the sixth deciding the outcome.
Bressie had two hits, one a double. Addi Marston, Makenzie Farnham and Erika Smith also had doubles. Bressie took the loss.
Smoky Valley 8-15,
Lyons 3-9
The Vikings continued their recent surge with a road sweep.
In the opener, the Vikes scored four runs in the fourth inning to take command.
Eryn Stockman was credited with the victory, fanning seven. She also homered, as did Sarah Crouse. Stockman was 3 for 4 with two RBI and Crouse had two hits and scored three runs.
Other leaders were Emma Flynn (two runs), Marina Patrick (two runs), Rachel Norberg (two hits) and Bryanna Wishcop (two hits).
In the second game, the Vikings scored only two runs in four innings before plating 13 in the final three.
Stockman fanned nine to earn the win. She also hit a grand slam and finished with six RBI.
Other leaders were Flynn (3 for 4, four runs), Patrick (two hits), Crouse (two runs), Rachel Norberg (two hits, three RBI), Emily Norberg (three hits), Haley Martin (two hits) and Sammie Aeschliman (two hits).

Marion 13-15
Inman 11-12
The Teutons scored 23 runs in two games, but it wasn’t enough.
In the first game, Inman had four two-run innings and another where it scored three. Marion scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to win it. Brooke Beckerman took the loss.
Marion used an eight-run inning and another of five to win the second game. The Teutons’ big inning was the sixth, as it scored six runs. Kristen Knackstedt took the loss.
Offensive leaders were not available.
Bennington 10-4,
Moundridge 2-2
In the first game, a five-run sixth inning broke the game open for the Bulldogs. Abby Flickner took the loss, even though just two of the runs she allowed were earned. Shyloe Schafer scored both runs for MHS, as she had a double and single for the only Wildcat hits.
Lindsey Frazer threw a nice game for the Wildcats in the nightcap, but Marion scored single runs in the sixth and seventh innings for the win. Frazer allowed only one earned run. Flickner had two hits for MHS.