(KMAland) -- Glenwood edged Shen, Stanton & Sidney rolled, Audubon nabbed a shutout, Stoaks stayed hot and more on the night in KMAland softball.
H-10: Glenwood 4 Shenandoah 3
Glenwood scored three runs in the first inning to set the tone and hung on for the win. Taryn Bertini had two hits and scattered eight hits in a complete game win. Braden Liddick added a two-RBI hit.
Nichole Gilbert and Macee Blank had three hits and one RBI each for Shenandoah. Delanie Voshell drove in a run at the plate and struck out six while allowing one earned run in the circle.
H-10: Red Oak 5 Clarinda 2
Lexi Johnson had two hits, and Chloe Johnson and Bella Glassel each drove in one run for Red Oak in the victory. Emma Bierbaum got the complete game win with five strikeouts.
Hallee Fine led Clarinda with three hits while Hailee Knight had two hits and two RBI. Bradlies Wilmes pitched in two hits and scored once.
H-10: Denison-Schleswig 6 Lewis Central 3
Hannah Slater hit her third home run, and Allana Arkfeld had four hits for Denison-Schleswig in the win. Kennedy Marten added two hits, and Kira Langenfeld had two hits and two RBI.
Haley Bach and Taylor Elam had two hits each for the Titans while Avery Heller drove in two runs.
H-10: St. Albert 11 Kuemper Catholic 8
St. Albert used a four-run sixth inning to pull away form a tight game. Bella Dingus, Lainey Sheffield, Alexis Narmi and Presley Poor all had a double in the win.
Kamryn Venner doubled twice among three hits and drove in three to lead Kuemper while Kenzie Schon added two hits and two RBI. Chloe Venteicher also drove in two runs, and Kyndal Hilgenberg had two hits and scored twice.
H-10: Atlantic 2 Harlan 1 — 8 inn
Jaeda Jensen delivered a go-ahead pinch-hit RBI single in the eighth inning, and Olivia Engler had 10 strikeouts with just one hit allowed in the win.
Emily Brouse cracked a home run for Harlan’s lone run of the night. View the complete recap at our Local Sports News Page.
CORNER: Stanton 18 East Mills 5
Jenna Stephens had three hits while Kaitlyn Bruce drove in three and Brooklyn Silva, Hope Ogletree and Ali Silvius all had two hits each.
CORNER: Sidney 14 Essex 6
Danica Laumann and Sidnie Baier had back-to-back two-RBI singles to break a sixth-inning tie. Laumann, Lily Kingsolver and Fallon Sheldon all had two hits each, and Olivia Larsen fired a complete game to get the win.
Alex King led Essex with two RBI.
CORNER: Griswold 7 Fremont-Mills 5
Anna Kelley, Haylee Pennock and Dakota Reynolds all had two RBI for the Tigers. Check out the complete recap at our Local Sports News Page.
WIC: Underwood 16 IKM-Manning 0
Paige Marcantonio hit a grand slam home run for Underwood in the victory.
Emily Kerkhoff, Mya Dovel and Amber Halbur all had one hit each for IKM-Manning.
WIC: Riverside 9 Missouri Valley 3
Kenna Ford had a double among two hits and drove in two runs. She also struck out eight and allowed just two earned runs on five hits in the circle.
Maddy Lager had two hits and drove in one for Missouri Valley.
WIC: Audubon 7 AHSTW 0
Kali Irlmeier threw a shutout with five hits allowed and a pair of strikeouts. Jordan Porsch, Sydney Beymer, Katelyn Nielsen and Hannah Thygesen all had two hits each with Nielsen driving in three runs.
POI: Mount Ayr 11 Nodaway Valley 1
Sam Stewart went 2-for-4 with a home run, an RBI and three runs scored while Halsie Barnes and Maddie Stewart added two hits and Rachel Sobotka drove in two.
Addy Reynolds allowed just one unearned run on three hits while striking out four in five innings to get the win.
NC: Lenox 6 Lamoni 1
TJ Stoaks struck out 19 batters and allowed just three hits in the Lenox win. Kayla Yzaguirre had a double among three hits, and Camryn Douglas chipped in two hits and an RBI. Emilee Reed also drove in two runs.
NC: East Union 15 Murray 2
Noelle McKnight had three hits and drove in three, and Kaylin Lack added three hits and two RBI for East Union. Alissa Weinkoetz and Chloe Kerrigan chipped in two hits and two RBI apiece.
Zoey Black and Emma Decker had two hits each, and Chloe Church and Jaden Lynn added an RBI each for Murray.
NC: Central Decatur 20 Mormon Trail 2
Eily Hall had two doubles among three hits and drove in two, and Carleigh O’Dell added two hits and four RBI for Central Decatur. Riley Bell and Hallee Hamilton pitched in two hits each, and Kylee Rockhold went deep and drove in two.
NC: Twin Cedars 5 Southeast Warren 2
Rylee Dunkin and Brooke Roby were joined by Kisha Reed in finishing with two hits each for Twin Cedars. Caitlyn Reed added a two-RBI single for the Sabers, which got a complete game effort from Grace Bailey.
Breanna Nolte finished with two hits for Southeast Warren.
NC: Southeast Warren 20 Moulton-Udell 0
Brooklynn Page had tow hits and drove in three, and Emma King finished with two hits and two RBI for Southeast Warren. Zoey Sherman gave up just two hits in a three-inning shutout.
NC: Southeast Warren 12 Moulton-Udell 0
Ali Wadle had two hits, including a triple, and drove in three runs, and Kaylee Tignor finished with two RBI for Southeast Warren. Josie Kosman addeed a double among two hits, and Kaylyn Holmes had five strikeouts in a four-inning shutout.
NC: Wayne 13 Seymour 2
Emily Jones went 4-for-5 with a double, a home run, four RBI and four runs scored to lift Wayne in the dominant win. Mya Willey, Maddy Wood and Sterling Berndt all added three hits each, and Allie Wik and Jaide Harvey had two each.
Wood and Berndt combined to strikeout 12 batters and allowed just one combined hit.
RVC: West Harrison 9 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0
Emily McIntosh homered among two hits and drove in three at the plate, and she struck out seven in a two-hit complete game shutout for West Harrison. Haley Koch added three hits and scored twice, and Haleigh Rife finished with a pair of hits.
Emma Hart led Coon Rapids-Bayard with two hits.
RVC: CAM 10 Boyer Valley 1
Helen Riker scattered six hits and gave up just one run while striking out five to finish with a complete game in the CAM win.
RVC: Woodbine 13 Ar-We-Va 9
Amanda Foster had three hits while Alex Niedermyer, Alexa Steinkuehler, Jordan Butrick and Nichole Hoefer added two hits apiece for Woodbine.
Jadeyn Smith topped Ar-We-Va with a pair of singles and drove in three runs while Hannah Kraus had four hits and scored twice. Jamie Hausman and Maggie Ragaller also had two hits for the Rockets.
RVC: Glidden-Ralston 23 Whiting 3
Macy Snyder had four hits, including a double, and drove in four runs for Glidden-Ralston in the win. Vanessa Koehler doubled, homered and drove in four, and Gretchen Wallace also had three hits and four RBI.
Jozey Gump added three hits and three RBI, and Kimberly Daily had a double and drove in three of her own.
BLUEGRASS: Melcher-Dallas 12 Orient-Macksburg 0
BrieAnna Remster threw a four-inning two-hit shutout for Melcher-Dallas. Paetyn Anderson and Haley Godfrey had two hits and two RBI, and Kacey Enfield singled, doubled, drove in three and scored twice.
NC: Twin Cedars 10 Grand View Christian 0
Rylee Dunkin, Ali Mockenhaupt and Jillian French had three hits each, and Brooke Roby pitched in two hits for Twin Cedars. Grace Bailey bashed her second home run of the season and drove in two while also throwing a five-hit shutout.
KMALAND SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD
Hawkeye Ten Conference
Glenwood 4 Shenandoah 3
Red Oak 5 Clarinda 2
Denison-Schleswig 6 Lewis Central 3
St. Albert 11 Kuemper Catholic 8
Atlantic 2 Harlan 1 — 8 inn
Stanton 18 East Mills 5
Sidney 14 Essex 6
Griswold 7 Fremont-Mills 5
Western Iowa Conference
Underwood 16 IKM-Manning 0
Logan-Magnolia 13 Tri-Center 1
Riverside 9 Missouri Valley 3
Audubon 7 AHSTW 0
Pride of Iowa Conference
Martensdale-St. Marys 14 Southwest Valley 7
Mount Ayr 11 Nodaway Valley 1
Rolling Valley Conference
West Harrison 9 Coon Rapids-Bayard 0
CAM 10 Boyer Valley 1
Woodbine 13 Ar-We-Va 9
Glidden-Ralston 23 Whiting 3
Melcher-Dallas 12 Orient-Macksburg 0
Lenox 6 Lamoni 1
East Union 15 Murray 2
Twin Cedars 5 Southeast Warren 2
Southeast Warren 20 Moulton-Udell 0
Southeast Warren 12 Moulton-Udell 0
Wayne 13 Seymour 2
Central Decatur 20 Mormon Trail 2
Twin Cedars 10 Grand View Christian 0