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(KMAland) -- Sidney rallied late, Kayla Wookey threw a perfect game, Shen swept Lewis Central, Harlan swept Glenwood, Denison and Creston split a double header while Riverside and St. Albert walked off winners.

H-10: Shenandoah 12 Lewis Central 4 (Game 1) 

Logan Hughes, Natalie Gilbert, Courtnee Griffin and Sidda Rodewald each had two hits for the Fillies. Gilbert had four RBI in the victory.

H-10: Shenandoah 11 Lewis Central 0 (Game 2)

Delanie Voshell threw five no-hit innings in Shenandoah's seventh consecutive victory. The Fillies offense was spearheaded by Hughes' three-hit, three RBI performance. 

H-10: Atlantic 3 Clarinda 2 (Game 1) 

Atlantic rallied for the go-ahead and winning run in the seventh to maintain an undefeated conference mark. Alyssa Derby homered and drove in two, and Baylee Newell went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored. Olivia Engler struck out seven to get the win in the circle.

Hallee Fine and Kennedy Reed each drove in a run for the Cardinals while Bradlie Wilmes, Bryn Morgenstern, Makayla Fichter and Hailee Knight also hit safely. Aziah Smalley scattered seven hits and gave up just three runs while striking out four.

H-10: Atlantic 17 Clarinda 2 (Game 2) 

Karsyn Rush had a big game, finishing 3-for-4 with four RBI and two runs scored to lead Atlantic. Baylee Newell added two hits and two RBI, and Olivia Engler and Reagan Pellett also drove in two runs each. 

Clarinda’s Hailee Knight had two hits and drove in a run, and Hallee Fine added an RBI hit. Bradlie Wilmes also had a hit and scored a run for the Cardinals.

H-10: Harlan 5 Glenwood 2 (Game 1)

Harlan overcame an early 2-1 deficit to pick up the win. Brooklyn Taylor placed Glenwood's offense with her first career home run. Morgan Schaben dominated on the mound for Harlan, striking out 14 on just three hits. Jordan Heese and Tianna Kasperbauer both had 2-for-3 nights with 2 RBI's. Miranda Goetz also contributed two hits. 

H-10: Harlan 3 Glenwood 0 (Game 2)

Schaben followed up her stellar Game 1 performance with a 13 strikeout, one-hit performance performance in the nightcap. Schaben also went 2-for-3 at the plate with a double and her fourth home run of the season.  

H-10: Creston 7 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 1)

Creston scored three in the fifth and two in the sixth to pull away from a tightt game. 

Kambrie Dau had two hits for Denison-Schleswig in the defeat.

H-10: Denison-Schleswig 11 Creston 7 (Game 2)

Hannah Slater homered, singled twice and drove in four runs for Denison-Schleswig, which scored four runs in the fifth to make up the difference. Sarah Heilesen added two hits and two RBI, and Alex Mohr and Raegan Andersen also had two hits each.

NC: St. Albert 6 Fremont-Mills 5

An Allie Petry bunt walked St. Albert off for their second consecutive victory. Lainey Sheffield blasted a two-run homerun for the Saintes in the victory.

NC: Stanton 15 Bedford 8 

Ali Silvius and Devin Isaacson managed three hits apiece. Silvius and Kaitlyn Bruce each had 3 RBI apiece. Hope Ogletree snagged two bags and Kami Tibben doubled.

Corner: Sidney 6 Griswold 4

Sidney rallied from a 4-0 sixth-inning deficit to take the victory. Camryn McClintock, Danica Laumann, Myrna Rodriguez and Harley Spurlock all had hits in the Cowgirls' monster sixth.

Lydia Greiman had two hits and drove in two runs while Anna Kelley chipped in a pair of hits, and Haylee Pennock singled, drove in a run and scored. Brenna Rossell struck out seven in 5 2/3 innings for the Tigers.

WIC: Treynor 10 Tri-Center 3

Sydni Huisman struck out 16 batters, and Reagan Darrah went 2-for-4 with two doubles. Konnor Sudmann was a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate with four stolen bases and three runs scored. Stella Umphreys notched a triple in the victory. 

WIC: Riverside 7 IKM-Manning 6

Jadyn Achenbach had the walk-off hit for Riverside to cap a four-run seventh inning. 

WIC: Underwood 5 AHSTW 4 

Underwood scored two in the bottom of the seventh to walk-off a winner. Maddie Pierce had three hits, including a double, while Erin McMains, Macy Vanfossan, Taylor Nelson and Grace Pierce all drove in a run.

Ella Pierce struck out four and allowed four runs on eight scattered hits to get the win for the Eagles.

WIC: Logan-Magnolia 6 Missouri Valley 4 

Logan-Magnolia used a three-run sixth to pick up the tight victory.

Missouri Valley’s Emma Jimmerson drove in two runs, and Ashlyn Cook had two hits and scored two runs.

POI: Nodaway Valley 8 Southwest Valley 5 

Reagan Weinheimer had two hits and an RBI to pace Nodaway Valley in the victory. Southwest Valley's offense was led by two RBI from Lexie Haer. 

POI: Mount Ayr 5 Lenox 0 

Click here to view Ryan Matheny's complete recap from Thursday night's contest.

POI: Martensdale-St. Marys 7 Central Decatur 2 

Martensdale-St. Marys scored three runs in the first and added two each in the third and seventh to pick up the POI win.

Kylee Rockhold led CD with three hits, including a double, while Carlee Hamilton and Eily Hall added two hits each.

POI: Wayne 12 Southeast Warren 2 

Wayne's Sterling Berndt homered for the second straight game.

NC: River Valley 13 Ar-We-Va 8  

River Valley scored seven in the third and put up five in the fifth to take a five-run win over the Rockets.

Jadeyn Smith had two hits, Leslie Luft doubled and drove in three and Maci Ruch had a hit, an RBI and two runs scored for Ar-We-Va.

NC: West Harrison 5 Westwood 1 

West Harrison scored four in the seventh on RBI hits by Lydia Gilgen and Katie Gore and a two-RBI double by Emily McIntosh.

MRC: Bishop Heelan Catholic 12 Abraham Lincoln 2 

Riley Plantenberg struck out 10, tossed a two-hitter and drove in three runs to lead Heelan.

MRC: Sioux City North 12 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 1)

MRC: Sioux City North 8 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 2) 

Game 1: Hailey Hoogers threw a two-hit shutout in the four-inning opener, striking out seven and walking none. 

Game 2: Hoogers went another seven innings, striking out 11 and allowing just four hits. She also drove in two at the plate. 

MRC: Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12 Sioux City West 0 

Madelyn Mogensen hit a three-run homer and drove in three more runs on a pair of singles to lead Sergeant Bluff-Luton.

Bluegrass: Murray 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

Kayla Wookey threw four perfect innings and struck out eight batters and also add two hits at the plate. Seven different players drove in a run and Kelli Romero homered.

Bluegrass: Twin Cedars 7 Melcher-Dallas 4 — 8 inn

Twin Cedars scored four runs in the eighth to take a Bluegrass Conference win. Rylee Dunkin had three hits and drove in a run while Brooke Roxy, Grace Bailey and Jetta Sterner added two hits apiece.


SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD

Hawkeye Ten Conference

Shenandoah 12 Lewis Central 4 (Game 1)

Shenandoah 11 Lewis Central 0 (Game 2)  

Atlantic 3 Clarinda 2 (Game 1) 

Atlantic 17 Clarinda 2 (Game 2) 

Harlan 5 Glenwood 2 (Game 1)

Harlan 3 Glenwood 0 (Game 2) 

Creston 7 Denison-Schleswig 1 (Game 1) 

Denison-Schleswig 11 Creston 7 (Game 2) 

Corner Conference

Sidney 6 Griswold 4 

Western Iowa Conference

Riverside 7 IKM-Manning 6 

Treynor 10 Tri-Center 3 

Underwood 5 AHSTW 4 

Logan-Magnolia 6 Missouri Valley 4

Pride of Iowa Conference

Mount Ayr 5 Lenox 0 

Nodaway Valley 8 Southwest Valley 5 

Martensdale-St. Marys 7 Central Decatur 2 

Wayne 12 Southeast Warren 2 

Missouri River Conference

Bishop Heelan Catholic 12 Abraham Lincoln 2

Sioux City North 12 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 1)

Sioux City North 8 Thomas Jefferson 0 (Game 2)

Sergeant Bluff-Luton 12 Sioux City West 0

Bluegrass Conference

Murray 12 Orient-Macksburg 0

Twin Cedars 7 Melcher-Dallas 4 — 8 inn

Mormon Trail at Diagonal

Moravia at Lamoni

Seymour 12 Moulton-Udell 0

Non-Conference

St. Albert 6 Fremont-Mills 5 

East Mills at Bedford

Stanton 15 Bedford 8

River Valley 13 Ar-We-Va 8 

West Harrison 5 Westwood 1