Monday Softball Results


June 21st, 2011 by Jim Field

Atlantic 11, Kuemper Catholic 1 (5 inn)
Fremont-Mills 9, Shenandoah 0
Clarinda 5, Red Oak 1
Glenwood 3, Creston 2
Harlan 9, Denison-Schleswig 6
CAM 13, East Greene 2
St. Albert 14, Essex/South Page 0
Bedford 9, Corning 7
Corning 14, Bedford 0
Lamoni 1, Corning 0

WIC Tournament
Treynor 12, Griswold 1 (5 inn)
Missouri Valley 8, Audubon 5

Atlantic Game Details:

Atlantic 11, Kuemper Catholic 1 (5 innings)
1  2  3  4  5  R  H  E
KC    0  0  1  0  0  1  4  4
ATL 0  5  0  1  5 11 11  1

WP- Marissa Berns  LP- Carly Hoffman

Atlantic Highlights…
2nd – With one out, Marissa Berns walked (Mollee Welter entered as CR).
Mackenzie Holmes singled, followed by an Alisha Hinzmann single, and a Bre
VonWehye single scoring Welter.  Holmes scored on a passed ball.  ReAnn
Cappel singled scoring both Hinzmann and VonWehye.  Cappel moved to second
on play at the plate and scored on a single by Liz Metheny.

4th – With one out Liz Metheny singled and stole second base.  Metheny
scored on a single by Tiara Edelman.

5th – Marissa Berns led off the inning with a single (Mollee Welther
entered as CR).  Welter steals second.  Mackenzie Holmes singled and takes
second on the play at third to get Welter.  Alisha Hinzmann singled
scoring Welter.  Hinzmann got in a rundown between first and second
allowing Holmes to score as well.  Leah Tjepkes was hit by a pitch, stole
second and moved to third on a past ball.  ReAnn Cappel singled scoring
Tjepkes and moved to second when the throw back to the infield went wild.
Liz Metheny singled scoring Cappel with Metheny moving to second.  Tiara
Edelman singlded scoring the 11th run for Atlantic and ending the game.

Comments by Coach Hinzmann…
“This was the type of game I was envisioning that we would have more of as
we entered the season.  It goes without saying that getting a big win for
us tonight was huge.  We played pretty well against some really good
competition at Fort Dodge and although we played decent, we felt we could
have played better. We had a really good night at the plate and even when
we didn’t make solid contact our bloops fell in for hits.  Hopefully we
can get some added confidence at the plate.  I thought we were really
aggressive on which made them do things they probably weren’t comfortable
with and it led to runs for us.  Marissa did a great job pitching tonight.
She kept Kuemper runners off base all night and only game up the one
unearned run in the third.”