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Softball: Comets bounce back

Published: Saturday, May 3, 2014 12:58 a.m. CST

The Newman Comets rebounded from a blowout loss on Thursday to beat Hall 4-0 on Friday at home in a Three Rivers crossover game.

Lakyn Waldschmidt (7-3) pitched seven scoreless innings while allowing two hits with five strikeouts and two walks for Newman (10-8).

Jenna Stevens had two hits, including a double, while Jaimie Hurd, Samantha Miller and Sarah Trujillo all drove in runs.

Ottawa 5, Dixon 4: The Duchesses scored three times in the top of the seventh to tie the score at 4-4, but the Pirates responded with a run in the bottom of the frame to take the NIB-12 West win.

Kari Wolfe doubled, tripled and drove in a run for the Duchesses (5-13, 0-6). Emily Bay had two hits and an RBI, and Bre Grobe also drove in a run. Beccah Jones struck out four and walked two in 6 1/3 innings.

Taylor Marvin also struck out four and walked two for the Pirates, and helped her own cause with a two-run homer.

Fulton 11, Amboy 6: Jenna Jones finished a double shy of the cycle, Chelsea Lesniewski homered for the second straight game, and the Steamers won a Three Rivers North game at home.

Jones drove in three runs, and Lesniewski doubled, homered and had two RBIs. Olivia Edfors and Whitney Wynkoop each added two hits and two RBIs, and Faith Kennedy doubled home a run for Fulton. Lesniewski got the win in the circle.

Karlee Doege took the loss, but finished 4-for-4 with a double, homer and three RBIs for the Clippers (11-6, 4-3). Destinee Oenes added a single and a two-run shot, and Madeline Ely also drove in a run.

Morrison 9, St. Bede 0: Lauren Rice struck out 13 and walked just two in a one-hitter, and also drove in three runs as the Fillies won a nonconference game at home.

Chelsea Eads and Jaeden Workman each had three hits and an RBI, and Brooke Stralow had two hits and drove in a run for Morrison, which scored all nine runs int he first four innings.

Milledgeville 18, Pecatonica 0, 5 inn.: Morgan Adolph hit two home runs, drove in five, and tossed a no-hitter as the Missiles rolled to an NUIC East road win.

Adolph walked three and struck out six, and benefitted from Milledgeville's 13-run inning in the top of the first, before she even threw a pitch. Courtney Swalve added a homer and three RBIs, Kayleigh Leddy had two doubles and four RBIs, and Ally Bush and Kendra Schave each drove in two runs. Adolph, Bush, Leddy, Swalve and Brey Henson all had three hits in the Missiles' 20-hit attack.

AFC 22, LaMoille-Ohio 1, 5 inn.: Lauren Meurer drove in seven runs as the Raiders cruised to a non-conference win in Ashton.

Cassidy Koning picked up the win, allowing four hits, one earned run on six strikeouts and one walk. Koning also had three hits and drove in three runs. Lexi Meurer and Laci Meurer each drove in two runs.

Friday's stars

Morgan Adolph, Milledgeville, no-hitter, hit 2 HRs, 5 RBIs

Lauren Meurer, AFC, 7 RBIs

Jenna Jones, Fulton, 1B, 3B, HR, 3 RBIs

Kari Wolfe, Dixon, 2B, 3B, RBI

Lauren Rice, Morrison, 10-hitter, 13 SO, 1 BB, also had 3 RBIs

Lakyn Waldschmidt, Newman, 2-hitter, 5 SO, 2 BB

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