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Softball: Newman wins on road; Fillies shut out Fulton

Newman picked up a 12-8 Three Rivers North road win over Bureau Valley on Monday in Manlius behind four RBIs from Stacia Walter and three from Lakyn Waldschmidt.

Walter and Waldschmidt each had doubles in the game, while Julie Hurd rapped three singles.

Caitlin Scott led Bureau Valley with two hits, including a double and an RBI.

Morrison 9, Fulton 0: The Fillies (13-1, 5-0 TRAC) held the Steamers to only three hits in a Three Rivers North game. 

Lauren Rice picked up the win from the circle for Morrison, pitching three innings and striking out seven while giving up no hits. 

The Fillies also used a very balanced offensive attack, having six different players record an RBI. Allie Wiersema and Brooke Stralow both had two apiece.

Orangeville 7, West Carroll 3: Cassidy Rice went five innings and allowed four earned runs and six hits, and took the loss for the Thunder.

West Carroll scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh, but couldn’t push any more across. Darby Rumler hit a triple for the Thunder (6-13), while Brianna Kampmeier, Abby Maike and Rice each had RBIs.

AFC 2, Durand-Pecatonica 1: The Raiders only needed two hits to beat Durand-Pecatonica in a five-inning game in Ashton.

Cassidy Koning earned the win, striking out four in five innings for the Raiders.

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