Morgan Schaben, Harlan

(KMAland) -- A comeback and walk-off win for Shenandoah, double no-nos for Harlan, Stanton outscores Sidney, Treynor edges AHSTW, Bedford nips Nod Valley, a wild win for Woodbine and more in the night of KMAland softball.

H-10: Shenandoah 8 Red Oak 7 

Shenandoah scored two in the sixth and four in the seventh to walk-off a winner. Courtnee Griffin was 3-for-4 with three RBI, including the game-winning hit, while Sara Morales had two hits and two RBI and Delanie Voshell and Logan Hughes added two-hit games.

Alexa McCunn had three hits and scored twice for Red Oak, and Kamryn Buntrock and Chloe Johnson had two-hit games. Buntrock and Lexi Johnson each drove in two runs. 

H-10: Creston 13 Glenwood 9 

Glenwood had 12 hits in the loss, including multi-hit games from Taryn Bertini, Brooklyn Taylor, Kelly Embray, Brianna Gerhardt and Sydney Biermann.

H-10: Atlantic 10 Denison-Schleswig 0 

Atlantic scored four in the first, three in the third, two in the fourth and one in the fifth to take a dominant win over Denison-Schleswig.

Alex Mohr, Sarah Heilesen, Paige Armijo, Kayla Rauch and Tatum Fink all had hits for the Monarchs.

H-10: Harlan 2 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 1)

H-10: Harlan 10 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Morgan Schaben had two doubles and tossed a no-hitter while Madi Schumacher and Miranda Goetz had an RBI each for Harlan.

Game 2: Schaben teamed with Tianna Kasperbauer to toss another no-hitter in the second game. Schaben had two more hits, including another double for the Cyclones. Julia Schechinger hit her second home run of the season, Kate Heithoff added two doubles and two RBI and Madi Schumacher was 3-for-4 with two RBI. Goetz chipped in two hits and two RBI.

CORNER: Stanton 11 Sidney 7  

Ali Silvius, Sami York and Marleigh Johnson all had two hits each for Stanton while Shelby Brockshus drove in three and Johnson brought in two.

NC: Griswold 7 CAM 6 

Haylee Pennock had two hits, two walks, two RBI and a run scored to help Griswold to the win. Lydia Greiman added two hits for the Tigers.

WIC: Treynor 2 AHSTW 1 

Sydni Huisman threw a 16-strikeout, one-hitter, and Bella Dingus went 3-for-3 for Treynor in the win.

WIC: Riverside 7 Tri-Center 4 

Gracie Bluml had three hits and scored three runs while Chiara Rains added two hits and an RBI and Kenna Ford finished with two hits and three RBI to send Riverside to another win.

Tri-Center’s Jade Daughenbaugh had two hits and scored once, and Elaina Bladt added a pair of hits.

WIC: Missouri Valley 12 IKM-Manning 9 

Payton Hilts had three hits, two RBI and two runs scored to lead Missouri Valley, which scored five runs in the seventh inning.

Carter Crispin, Ashlyn Cook, McKenna Clausen and Abby Harrison had two hits apiece. Harrison's hits included a double and a triple, which brought in two runs.

Sammy Halbur doubled among two hits for IKM-Manning, which made the most of their six hits.

POI: Bedford 9 Nodaway Valley 8 

Darcy Davis drove in four runs, and Savanna Bond went 2-for-4 with an Rbi to lead Bedford, which scored five runs in the fifth to take the lead for good.

Maddax DeVault led Nodaway Valley with two hits and three RBI, and Alyssa Davis went 2-for-3 with two RBI. Reagan Weinheimer and McKynli Newbury also had two hits each.

POI: Southeast Warren 6 Central Decatur 3 

Southeast Warren’s Josie Hartman hit her first home run of the season.

RVC: Woodbine 22 Glidden-Ralston 16 — 8 inn 

Jayde Clark had two hits, three RBI and three walks for Woodbine while Jordan Butrick added four hits and four RBI and Brianna Baker finished with three hits and three RBI. Amanda Foster chipped in two hits, two walks and two RBI for the Tigers.

Glidden-Ralston had 25 hits in the wild game, which included an 11-run fifth. Talia Schon and Whitney Reever had four hits each, and Jessica Eighmy and Gretchen Wallace joined Vanessa Koehler with three hits apiece. Lexi Wiederien chipped in two hits and a team-high three RBI.

MRC: Sioux City West 7 Thomas Jefferson 2 

Jasmine Mendoza, Tayden Fairbanks and Sawyer Wilde all had two hits for Sioux City West. Mendoza and Fairbanks drove in two runs apiece.

BLUEGRASS: Twin Cedars 6 Murray 5 — 8 inn 

Twin Cedars scored four in the seventh and one in the eighth to finish a comeback victory.

Bre Klein hit a grand slam home run for Murray.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD 

Hawkeye Ten Conference 

Shenandoah 8 Red Oak 7

Creston 13 Glenwood 9

Lewis Central 6 St. Albert 3

Atlantic 10 Denison-Schleswig 0

Harlan 2 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 1)

Harlan 10 Kuemper Catholic 0 (Game 2)

Corner Conference 

Stanton 11 Sidney 7 

Western Iowa Conference 

Treynor 2 AHSTW 1

Underwood 7 Audubon 4

Riverside 7 Tri-Center 4

Missouri Valley 12 IKM-Manning 9

Pride of Iowa Conference 

Bedford 9 Nodaway Valley 8

Mount Ayr 12 Southwest Valley 0

Southeast Warren 6 Central Decatur 3

Martensdale-St. Marys 4 Wayne 3

Rolling Valley Conference 

Woodbine 22 Glidden-Ralston 16 — 8 inn

Missouri River Conference 

Sioux City West 7 Thomas Jefferson 2

Sioux City North 18 Abraham Lincoln 0

Bluegrass Conference 

Moravia 10 Diagonal 0 (Game 1)

Moravia 16 Diagonal 0 (Game 2)

Melcher-Dallas 10 Lamoni 0

Seymour at Mormon Trail

Orient-Macksburg 18 Moulton-Udell 5

Twin Cedars 6 Murray 5 — 8 inn

Non-Conference 

Griswold 7 CAM, Anita 6

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2 Logan-Magnolia 1