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Granite Falls Advocate Tribune - Granite Falls, MN
  • Softball Journal: YME gets three straight

  • YME 12, LqPV 2

    Yellow Medicine East captured their third straight victory with a 12-2 drubbing Friday evening of Lac qui Parle Valley.


     


    The Eagles only made it five innings against the Sting as Nena McCalla, Angie Scheffler and Kendra Sonder all had two hits to lead YME to a conference win in Madison.


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  • YME 12, LqPV 2
    Yellow Medicine East captured their third straight victory with a 12-2 drubbing Friday evening of Lac qui Parle Valley.
     
    The Eagles only made it five innings against the Sting as Nena McCalla, Angie Scheffler and Kendra Sonder all had two hits to lead YME to a conference win in Madison.
     
    Allie Trudel worked all five innings for the win. She allowed two hits, one earned run and struck out five.
     
    The Sting are now 5-1 in the West Central Conference South standings and 5-5 overall. Meanwhile, LqPV resides in the cellar of the conference; having gone 0-6 in conference play and 1-8 overall.
    YME                  450 04 — 12 8 2
    LqPV                   200 00 — 2 2 2
    HITTING
    Yellow Medicine East: Nena McCalla 2-for-4 r-2, Jennessa Hoffman 1-for-3 rbi r-2, Courtney Heinz 0-for-1 r-3 bb-2, Allie Trudel 1-for-3 rbi r-2, Angie Scheffler 2-for-3 r-2, Kendra Sonder 2-for-4 r
    Lac qui Parle Valley: Mackenzie Clark 1-for-3 2b r, Mckenzie Long 0-for-1 r, Tara Laechelt 1-for-3
    PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so)
    Yellow Medicine East: Trudel (W) 5-2-2-1-2-5
    Lac qui Parle Valley: Alyssa Harms (W) 1.2-5-9-2-6-2, Mikaela DuFrane 3.1-4-4-1-2-0
    YME 6, Benson/Hancock 5
    With two outs and a runner on in the final frame, Angie Scheffler drilled a double to deep right-center and drove in a pinch-running Mariah Weir to lift Yellow Medicine East over Benson/Hancock 6-5 Thursday in Granite Falls.
     
    Benson/Hancock took an early 5-4 lead after their half of the third inning, but YME would deadlock the game in the bottom of that inning with a lone run. The two teams would go scoreless in the third, fourth and fifth innings and Benson would pick up two quick outs to start the bottom of the seventh, but then starting pitcher Allie Trudel came to the plate.
     
     Trudel, who was also the Sting’s starting pitcher for the game, helped her cause with her third hit of the game. Weir would then come on to pinch run for Trudel and Scheffler would stride to the plate to win the game.
     
    Trudel would strike out seven batters in the complete game effort and go 3-for-3 from the plate with a double and two RBIs.
     
    Also hitting for the Sting, Jennessa Hoffman went 2-for-4, while Haley Fischer and Danie Roden each had RBI doubles.
     
    B/H               014 000 0 — 5 9 3
    YME              221 000 1 — 6 9 3
    HITTING
    Benson/Hancock: Kelsey Hammerschmidt 1-for-4, 2b; Kendra Schmidgall 2-for-4, rbi; Kayla Jones 2-for-4, 2b, rbi; Gabi Doscher 1-for-4; Victoria Manska 2-for-4, rbi; Serandon Bigalke 1-for-2, rbi
    Yellow Medicine East: Jennessa Hoffman 2-for-4; Courtney Hinz 1-for-4; Allie Trudel 3-for-3, 2b, 2 rbi; Angie Scheffler 1-for-3, 2b, rbi; Haley Fischer 1-for-3, 2b, rbi; Dani Roden 1-for-3, 2b, rbi
    Page 2 of 2 - PITCHING (ip-h-r-er-bb-so)
    Benson/Hancock: Kayla Jones (L) 6.2-9-6-3-2-5
    Yellow Medicine East: Allie Trudel (W) 7-9-5-4-3-7
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