Altamont, Teutopolis Split Doubleheader; Area Roundup
Published on April 5 2013 9:13 am
Last Updated on April 5 2013 9:13 am
Written by Millie Lange
Altamont and Teutopolis split a softball doubleheader Thursday evening.
The Indians won the opener 3-2. Deidre Ledbetter pitched the four-hit victory with no walks and nine strikeouts. Altamont had four hits in the contest led by Ledbetter with a double and Lauren Ohnesorge with a home run.
T-town was led by Kadi Borries with a double and Allison Apke with a triple.
In the second game, T-town had its hitting shoes on with 12 hits in the contest and went on for a 9-8 win.
Four players had two hits each for the Wooden Shoes. Borries had two singles and three RBI while Dakota Swingler had two singles and an RBI, Chelsy Hardiek two singles and June Wente two doubles and three RBI.
Altamont was led by L. Ohnesorge with two doubles and an RBI and Ledbetter with a single, triple and three RBI. Chandra Smith had a single and drove in two runs.
Teutopolis 000 110 0 -- 2-4-1
Altamont 010 200 x -- 3-4-1
Cowman and Borries; Ledbetter and White
Teutopolis -- Borries, double; Swingler, single; Apke, triple; Stephens, single, 1 RBI
Altamont -- Phillips, single; Ledbetter, double; Alwardt, single; L. Ohnesorge, home run (fourth, one on), 2 RBI
Teutopolis 120 002 4 -- 9-12-3
Altamont 300 113 0 -- 8-10-3
K. Borries and A. Borries; L. Ohnesorge and White
Teutopolis -- K. Borries, 2 singles, 3 RBI; Swingler, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Apke, single, double; Stephens, single; Hardiek, 2 singles; Weichman, 2 singles, 1 RBI; Wente, 2 doubles, 3 RBI
Altamont -- M. Ohnesorge, single; L. Ohnesorge, 2 doubles, 1 RBI; White, single; Ledbetter, single, triple, 3 RBI; Smith, single, 2 RBI; Phillips, single, 1 RBI; Tharp, double
At Okaw Valley
Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick fell to Okaw Valley 9-6. The score was tied at 6-6 after two innings but Okaw Valley brought home three runs in the third for the win.
BCCH had six hits in the contest led by Amanda Pierce with two singles, Heather Reed with two singles and Kacie Hilt with a triple. BCCH drops to 0-4 on the season.
At Okaw Valley
Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick 330 000 0 -- 6- 6-4
Okaw Valley 423 000 x -- 9-13-2
BCCH -- Pierce, 2 singles; Riley, single; Hilt, triple; Reed, 2 singles
Okaw Valley -- Weybright, 2 singles; Orris, 2 singles, 3 RBI; Kesterson, 2 singles, 2 RBI; Birch, single; McClain, 2 singles, double; Lash, single, 2 RBI; Scott, 2 singles, 1 RBI
Cumberland handed Red Hill (Bridgeport) a 6-5 loss. The Pirates trailed Red Hill 4-1 after the first inning then took a 5-4 lead in the fourth. The Pirates then had a run in the top of the seventh that proved to be the winner.
Katie Poe picked up the pitching win, going six innings, allowing seven hits, five runs, one strikeout and one walk. Kyla Thornton had a double and drove in two runs to lead the Pirates.
Cumberland 100 400 1 -- 6-8-3
Red Hill 400 000 1 -- 5-8-2
WP -- Poe.
Cumberland -- Thornton, double, 2 RBI; McMechan, single; Poe, single, 1 RBI; Oakley, single; Layton, single; Greger, single, 1 RBI; Carlen, single, 1 RBI; Plummer, single
Neoga edged St. Elmo 9-8. St. Elmo held a 3-0 first inning lead and led 4-2 in the top of the third. Neoga tallied two in the bottom of the frame then scored three in the fourth to lead 7-4. The Eagles tallied two in the top of the fifth to pull within 7-6 and tied the score in the top of the sixth. However, Neoga came back with two runs to lead 8-6 and St. Elmo scored a final run in the seventh but fell short.
Allison Posten pitched all seven innings allowing 11 hits, giving up no walks and striking out six.
St. Elmo 301 021 1 -- 8-12-10
Neoga 022 302 x -- 9- 5-3
WP -- Posten. LP -- Austin.
St. Elmo -- Feezel, 3 singles, 2 RBI; Maxey, 2 singles; no other hits listed
Neoga -- Jean, 3 singles, 3 RBI; Posten, single; Roderick, single; Beals, 2 singles; Taylor, single
The final National Trail Conference game between Windsor and Stewardson-Strasburg produced a 3-0 win for the Blue Devils. The two schools will co-cop next year.
Lindsay Floyd was the winning pitcher. Whitney Kuhl and Kassy Strowmatt had two hits each for the winners.
Kendall Knop had a double for the Comets.
Shelbyville 15, Hillsboro 5
Casey-Westfield 14, Oblong 2
Greenville 2, Ramsey 0
Robinson 8, Lawrenceville 1