Following last week's softball doubleheader sweep of Grand Valley, Cedaredge finds itself in the middle of the standings with a league record of 4-3 and 6-10-1 overall.
The Lady Bruins defeated Grand Valley 22-6 in game one and then scored a 12-2 win in game two.
In the first game, Kaitlyn Kissner and Jazmine Gomez went five-for-five at the plate with five RBIs each. Kissner had a double and triple while Gomez had a double.
Other top hitters for the Bruins included Micaela Shaw who finished with four hits in five at bats and had three RBIs. Shaw needed a single to complete the cycle as she had a double, triple, and a home run for the winners.
In all, Cedaredge had 25 hits in the game while Grand Valley was held to just six.
Cedaredge had big third and fifth innings in which they scored eight runs in each.
Marissa Cantrell was the winning pitcher after going five innings and striking out six batters.
In game two, the Lady Bruins scored four runs in the first inning and three more in the second to coast to the five-inning victory.
Cantrell was three-for-three with the bat and had one RBI and a double. Katie O'Hern was 2-2 with three RBIs and two doubles.
Kissner had two hits, an RBI, and a double, while Heather Wilzcek was 2-3 with one RBI for the winners.
Cantrell went five innings and struck out six hitters on her way to the win. Her record stands at 5-4 on the season.
Cedaredge is set to begin regional play this weekend.blog comments powered by Disqus