High school roundup

Area softball

Lakeview 10, RTR 0

Lakeview eighth-grader Sadie Stelter threw her first career no-hitter in the Lakers’ most important game of the season. Stelter struck out seven batters and walked just one in a 10-0 win over Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in a pigtail game of the Section 3A-South softball tournament Friday in Cottonwood.

The Lakers advance to face Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, the top seed in the sub-section, at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Tracy.

The Lakeview offense gave Stelter plenty of run support early, scoring six runs in the bottom of the first inning. Stelter had her perfect game broken up with a walk in the fourth inning of the five-inning game.

Lakeview needed just three hits against RTR pitcher Nicole Enemark to get its 10 runs. The Lakers also drew eight walks in the game and had two batters get hit by a pitch.

Lakers Emily Streich, Anissa Peppersack and Caitlin Louwagie were the only players in the game to get a hit. Louwagie also walked twice.

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RTR-Nicole Enemark. LV-Sadie Stelter. WP-Stelter. LP-Enemark. LOB: RTR 1, Lakeview 6.

KMS completes perfect season with sweep of TMB

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg finished the regular season with a perfect 17-0 record after sweeping Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in a Camden Conference doubleheader Friday in Murdock.

The third-ranked Fighting Saints won the opener 9-4 and got a one-hit shutout from pitcher Erin Haglund in a 6-0 victory in Game 2.

Samantha Dunn pitched a strong game for KMS in the opener, pitching four scoreless innings before TMB struck for four runs in the bottom of the fifth. Dunn gave up six hits, struck out six batters and waked none.

Courtney Paczkowski was 2-for-3 at the plate for TMB in the loss.

Haglund mowed through TMB’s lineup in the second game, striking out nine batters. Alex Buysse was the only TMB batter to get a hit off of her.

Jenny Welu pitched nine innings for TMB over the two games. She gave up a combined 21 hits with six strikeouts and just one walk.

TMB (14-6 overall) turns its eye to the Section 3A-South tournament, where the Panthers are the No. 1 seed. They open play Tuesday against No. 8 seed Lakeview in Tracy.

Game 1

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KMS-Samantha Dunn. TMB-Jenny Welu. 2B: KMS-Courtney Olson; TMB-Welu.

Game 2

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TMB-Welu. KMS-Erin Haglund. WP-Haglund. LP-Welu. 2B: KMS-Olson. 3B: KMS-Dunn.

Errors cost Sting as Montevideo captures sweep

The Yellow Medicine East softball team wrapped up its regular season schedule with a doubleheader against Montevideo Friday in Granite Falls, and miscues in the field hurt the Sting more than they hurt their opponent as the Thunder Hawks earned a sweep.

Each team committed nine errors over the two six-inning games. Montevideo won the opener 6-4, and all six of the Thunder Hawks’ runs were unearned as YME committed three errors. YME committed six errors in the second game which led to three unearned runs in a 9-6 loss to Montevideo.

Allie Trudel was the pitcher for the Sting in both games. Over the two contests she struck out 13 batters and walked three while allowing a total of 17 hits.

Nena McCalla had an RBI triple for YME in the Game 1 loss. In the second game, YME’s Marissa Sneller went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Cassie Struffert was 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs.

YME (4-11 overall) is the No. 7 seed in the Section 3AA-North tournament and will play No. 2 seed Marshall at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Marshall Softball Complex.

Game 1

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M-Kiersti Grey. YME-Allie Trudel. WP-Grey. LP-Trudel. 3B: YME-Nena McCalla. HR: M-Kelsey Quigley.

Game 2

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YME-Trudel. M-Ashley Hoehne, Alex Tongen (5). WP-Hoehne. LP-Trudel. 2B: YME-Cassie Struffert; M-Kelsey Olson, Hoehne.

Area baseball


Tracy-Milroy-Balaton improved its record to 9-4 on the season with a 7-3 win over Red Rock Central/Westbrook-Walnut Grove Friday in a non-conference baseball game in Tracy.

Parker Lanoue tossed six innings for the Panthers, giving up three runs on three hits with four strikeouts. He earned the victory. Beau Priegnitz came on to close out the game and held the Falcons scoreless in the seventh. He struck out two batters.

TMB’s Gavin Van Moer went 3-for-4 with a double, while Priegnitz was 3-for-3 with two RBIs.

The Panthers wrap up the regular season Monday with a home game against Canby in Milroy.

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RRC/WWG-Tyler Schoborg. TMB-Parker Lanoue, Beau Priegnitz (7). WP-Lanoue. LP-Schoborg. 2B: RRC/WWG-Dillion Benson, Schoborg, Brian Hagberg; TMB-Gavin Van Moer.