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Iowa Lakes softball wraps up spring break trip

March 19, 2018
Estherville News

CLERMONT, Fla. - The Iowa Lakes Softball Team wrapped up its spring break trip with a 3-4 record over the final two days on Thursday and Friday.

On Friday, the Lakers picked up two wins, taking down Cuyahoga Community College in game one 11-3 in six innings.

They compiled 14 hits, including an inside the park home run from sophomore Kaitlin Walsh.

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Yasmine Nix (1-1) got the win for the Lakers. She pitched all six innings, allowing three runs, two earned on six hits, one walk, and five strikeouts. Julia Sullwold led the Lakers going 3-4 with two runs batted in and two runs scored. Laurie Custard was 3-3 with a sacrifice fly as well as Montanna Popp being 3-4. Walsh had four runs batted in during the game.

The Lakers then beat Niagara County Community College 13-1 in five innings. They had 12 hits in game two, including a home run off the bat of freshman Kacie Salazar.

Bibiana Rosales got the win for the Lakers. She gave up one run in two innings with one hit, two walks, a hit batter, and one strikeout. Naomi Tolmachoff also threw two innings for the Lakers. She allowed no runs on one hit. Kaitlin Walsh led the Lakers at the plate going 4-4 with four doubles and four runs batted in. Salazar, Leilani San Pedro, and Gabby Heckard each had two hits for the Lakers as well. Iowa Lakes swiped nine bases in the game.

On Thursday, the Lakers went 1-2. They started the day losing 13-3 in five innings to Cuyahoga Community College.

Naomi Tolmachoff took the loss for the Lakers. She pitched 2.2 innings, giving up nine runs, four earned. She did this on nine hits, one walk, and two strikeouts. Bibiana Rosales pitched the final 2.1 innings, giving up four runs, all four earned, on four hits, one walk, and striking out one.

Iowa Lakes then lost 8-4 to Illinois Valley. Bibiana Rosales took the loss for the Lakers. She allowed six runs, three earned, on six hits, five walks, and five strikeouts. Yasmine Nix also pitched for the Lakers. She allowed two earned runs on four hits. San Pedro had a two-run home run in the fourth inning.

In the final game Thursday, the Lakers compiled eight runs on 14 hits to propel themselves to a 9-6 win over Madison Community College. San Pedro was the leader at the plate for the Lakers. She was 3-3 with a grand slam, four runs batted in, four runs scored, and a stolen base. Julia Sullwold and Desiree Lopez each had two hits in the game.

Iowa Lakes finished its spring break with a 6-6 record. The Lakers (9-9 overall) will travel to Sioux City on Wednesday to play the Morningside Junior Varsity in a doubleheader.



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