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Fillies silence Thunder on road

Published: Wednesday, April 2, 2014 11:47 p.m. CDT

Emma Sitzmore tripled and drove in four runs to lead Morrison to a 15-3 victory against West Carroll on Wednesday in Thomson.

Also for the Fillies (4-0), Rachel Davis drove in three runs, while Shannon Finneran and Chelsea Eads added two RBIs apiece.

Lauren Pannier got the win, allowing three runs and six hits in three innings. Lauren Rice tossed two scoreless innings in relief.

West Carroll (2-6) led 3-1 after one inning, but couldn’t keep pace. Brianna Kampmeier had three hits for the Thunder, while Abby Maike and Anna Badtke added two each.

Amboy 19, LaMoille 0: Destinee Oenes tossed a 2-hitter for the Clippers in a run-rule deicision against the Lions in LaMoille.

Oenes struck out seven batters and didn’t walk any.

Madeline Ely, Kaitlyn Liebing and Courtney Rhine each had three hits for Amboy (2-0).

Newman 14, Eastland 10: Laykn Waldschmidt tossed 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief as the Comets rallied past the Cougars in Lanark.

Newman (1-2) trailed 10-5 after four innings, but took control with eight runs in the top of the fifth. Jenna Stevens had three hits for the Comets, while Stacia Walter and Mary Alice Oswalt added two each.

Sammy Sohl and Makenzie Fink each had two hits for Eastland (1-1). Bubby Doubler drove in three runs.

Track & field

Thunder second at Dittmar: Courtney Boyer and Allison Barr each won two events to lead West Carroll to second place in the 5-team Dittmar Classic in Milledgeville

Galena-River Ridge-East Dubuque won with 121 points, five more than the Thunder. Rounding out the field were Lena-Winslow (102), Milledgeville (81) and Polo-Forreston (64).

Boyer won the 100 high hurdles (16.9 seconds) and 300 lows (55.2), while Barr took the 200 (29.39) and long jump (15 feet, 1 1/2 inches). West Carroll also won the 400 (54.66) and 800 (1:59.12) relays.

Milledgeville had three champs. They were Megan Schmieder in the 3,200 (14:22), Miranda Grisham in the 100 (13.04), and Elivia Medina in the triple jump (28-11).

First-place finishers for Polo-Forreston were Josie Pasch in the 400 (1:10.38) and Courtney Wolf in the high jump (4-6).


Sterling 5, Woodstock North 0: Rosa Sanchez scored four goals and assisted on the fifth as the Golden Warriors rolled to victory in their home opener.

Kaitlyn Bauer scored the other goal for Sterling (1-2), and also doled out two assists. Alyssia Diaz added an assist.

Wednesday’s stars

Rosa Sanchez, Sterling soccer, 4 goals, 1 assist

Emma Sitzmore, Morrison softball, 3B, 4 RBIs

Destinee Oenes, Amboy softball, 2-hit shutout, 7 SO

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