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Prep softball: PA wins two; JCC wins in 11

DAILY GLOBE PIPESTONE -- Pipestone Area dominated a softball doubleheader against the Murray County Central Monday.The Arrows took the first game by a score of 9-1, and the second went 15-3 in five innings.Shelby Bloemendaal was the winning pitch...

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PIPESTONE - Pipestone Area dominated a softball doubleheader against the Murray County Central Monday.
The Arrows took the first game by a score of 9-1, and the second went 15-3 in five innings.
Shelby Bloemendaal was the winning pitcher of game one for Pipestone with 11 strikeouts and no walks. The sophomore also went 2-for-3 with a double. Her teammates Tarryn Woelber and Kristen Houg each were 2-for-4 at the plate, and Woelber hit a home run.
Freshman Amanda Muecke pitched for the Rebels, throwing six strikeouts and two walks. Batting for MCC, Brooklyne Miller and Montana Beckmann each hit a double.
The winning pitcher of the second game was Tiffany Evans who had 11 strikeouts with no walks. Rachel Skyberg and Houg were a perfect pair at the plate going 2-for-2 with Houg hitting a home run. Abby Hollingsworth also hit a home run and batted 3-for-3 with three RBIs.
Shelby Christensen took the loss at the mound for MCC.
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JCC 2, Fairmont 1 (11 inn.)
FAIRMONT - The Jackson County Central Huskies scored an unanswered run in the 11th inning to end the long matchup against the Fairmont Cardinals.
The Cardinals scored in the third and led 1-0 until JCC scored in the seventh to stay alive.
Strong pitching efforts by both teams kept the game going. The winning pitcher was Blaney Johnson who threw all 11 innings. The freshmen had 17 strikeouts, no walks, and allowed eight hits. Fairmont’s Jordan Ehlert took the loss pitching 11 innings as well. She threw 15 strikeouts, no walks, and allowed 10 hits.
For the Huskies, Jayni Anderson was 2-for-4 at the plate with one run. Bailey Berkner went 2-for-5 with a run and an RBI.
Ericka Kim scored the Cardinals’ sole run and batted 1-for-4.
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