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Softball: Adolph pitches, Bush slugs Milledgeville to sweep of Orangeville

Published: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 12:11 a.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 12:13 a.m. CDT

Perhaps Emily Bush felt obligated to thank Morgan Adolph for giving the Milledgeville ace a break from pitching in a doubleheader sweep of Orangeville on Monday in Milledgeville.

Adolph worked all 15 innings of the twin bill. She also went 3-for-3 in the 3-2 Game 1 victory and 2-for-3 in the 2-0, eight-inning Game 2.

Bush, who along with her freshman sister Ally went 2-for-3 with a home run in the opener, smoked a 2-run shot in the top of the eighth inning of the nightcap.

Adolph racked up 16 strikeouts.

Newman 12, Kewanee 0, 5 inn.: Laura Turnroth struck out six batters to get the complete-game win and also had two hits, an RBI and a stolen base in a Three Rivers game in Kewanee.

Newman catcher Jaimie Hurd added three hits – two of them doubles – and drove in three runs. She also stole a base.

Riverdale 4, Erie-Prophetstown 0: The Rams scored three in the third, and Chloe Sullivan took care of the rest in the circle in a Three Rivers game in Prophetstown.

Steph Thulen had two of the Panthers’ three hits, all singles. Sullivan struck out 12, and Sadie Mosher went 4-for-4 and was a triple shy of the cycle for the Rams.

Eastland 10, Durand 0: Delanie Giedd had three hits to lead three Cougars with multiple knocks in a nonconference game in Lanark.

Ashley Napean got the win, moving both her record and the team’s to 1-2.

South Beloit 7, AFC 2: Marissa Sanford allowed five runs in as many innings, and the Raiders lost an NUIC East road game.

Alyx Miller and catcher Lauren Meurer had the RBIs for AFC.

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Sauk wins one, ties another: After holding off Marshalltown for a 4-3 victory in Dixon, the Skyhawks settled for a 7-7 tie in eight innings in Game 2 of the doublehader.

Kiara Kaleel (7-3) struck out five and allowed three runs – one earned – in 5 1/3 innings to get the win in Game 1. Kelsey Hagen drove in two, then hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning of Game 2 to put Sauk (14-8-1) up 7-5.

After Marshalltown tied it, Cali Bartholomew worked the last two innings to preserve the tie.

 

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