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Thursday, June 10, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven l qOR00 kI_,l{ GIRLS STATE TRACK MEET Kelli Springer Hannah Urlis Tori Mateer Sarah Adams SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 Shelby Mendoza SOFTBALL Concluded from p.10 up 5-3. With two outs, Mateer walked and Lammers singled. Makenzie Haskin ran for Mateer and Dani Richardson singled. Abby Hamilton bunted to score Haskin, Sierra Nelson singled to score Lammers and Reed had an infield single to score Richardson. Hitting for Norwalk was Meuler and Nelson with three each, Hamilton and Richardson, Reed, Seibert, Brown and Lammers one each. RBIs went to Reed, Meuler, Haskin, Hamilton and Nelson. The varsity softball team defeated Boone Thursday, May 27, 4-3 in extra innings. Brown pitched the entire game and allowed seven hits, with no walks or strikeouts. One run was earned. The Warriors made some nice plays be- hind her, especially Haskin and Meuler at third and short. Norwalk fell behind in the bottom of the second on a single and another single that got to the fence. The Warriors tied the game in the fifth inning on a single by Richardson and bunts by Hamilton and Abbey Montgomery. Lammers then hit a single up the middle with one out to score two runs. In the ninth Hamilton led off with a single and was bunted to second by Cayln Thompson. Brown then hit a hard shot that bounced off third to score both run- ners. Boone scored a solo run in the ninth. Hitting for Norwalk were Lammers, Hamilton and Nelson with two each, Montgomery, Richardson, Pritchard, Mateer, Brown and Meuler one each. Lammers and Brown had two RBI's each. The War- riors are now 2-2 on the year. The Warriors softball team traveled to Des Moines Lincoln Wednes- day, June 2 and ran into a buzz saw. The girls didn't play as well as they had been and dropped two games, 6-0 and 11-0 in five innings. In the first game, Lin- coln jumped out to a 4-0 Makenzie Reed. Photos by Brad Springer. lead in the first inning. Jacey Gutknecht started and gave up five runs on six hits, two hit batters and one strikeout in two in- nings. Brown came on in the third and faced one more than the minimum number of batters in four innings, giving up a run, one hit, no walks and three strikeouts. Hitting for Norwalk were Meuler, Mateer and Nelson with one each. In the second game Lin- coln again jumped out early, scoring eight runs in the second inning. Mateer started and gave up four hits with three walks and no strikeouts. Gutknecht came and took over in the third and gave up three runs on five hits, with a walk. Hitting were Lammers and Mateer. The varsity softball girls opened the conference sea- son with a convincing 7-2 win over Grinnell Thurs- day, June 3 at home. The Warriors jumped on top in the bottom of the first with a lead-off-single by Brown, a sacrifice bunt by Lammers that was thrown away scoring Brown. In the second, Norwalk struck for three runs as Nelson reached on an er- ror, moved to second on a Seibert single and both scored on a Hamilton bunt. Brown then drove in Hamilton with another base hit. In the third Meuler started it off with a single, was sacrificed to second by Mateer and scored on a two-out base hit by Nelson. Norwalk got its final two runs in the fourth when with two outs Meuler doubled to score Brown and Lammers. Hitting for the Warriors were Brown, Meuler and Hamilton with two each, Lammers, Reed, Nels, TM and Seibert one each. RBIs were Hamilton and Meuler two each, Brown, Lammers and Nelson one each. Brown pitched the en- tire game giving up five hits, two runs, four strikeouts, one walk and one hit batter. She is 2-0 for the season. The Warriors are now 3-4 overall.