Indian Softball Defeats Two LHC Opponents

Josie Bunnell rounds 3rd, congratulated by Coach Harms on her way to home plate after hitting a Grand Slam  (photo by Wendy Van Roekel)

Josie Bunnell rounds 3rd, congratulated by Coach Harms on her way to home plate after hitting a Grand Slam (photo by Wendy Van Roekel)

by Wade Steinlage

The Oskaloosa Indian softball team won both of its contests as it looks to build momentum for the rest of the season.

Oskaloosa (21-4, 11-3 LHC) defeated Dallas Center-Grimes 4-2 Monday and then won 10-3 over Norwalk Friday.

 

OHS 4, Dallas Center-Grimes 2

The Indians led 3-0 after three frames, but DC-G closed to one run with a tally in the fourth. OHS tacked on an insurance run in the sixth, and Hayle Hacker held off a seventh-inning Fillie rally (tying run at the plate) to claim the win.

Hacker posted one strikeout against one walk as OHS outhit its foe 7-6.

Chloe Bossard was 2-for-3, while Ava Vande Wall managed a double with two RBIs. Josie Bunnell also had a two-bagger and rounded the pads twice.

OHS 10, Norwalk 3

Two huge innings secured the victory for Oskaloosa, including four runs in the fourth and six more in the sixth.

Bunnell powered the offense with two long balls, accounting for six RBIs in the victory. Moorman also recorded two hits, while Abby Braundmeier tripled home two runs. Bossard and Coon matched Bunnell by rounding the bases twice as well.

Hacker struck out two with four walks in another complete-game effort.

 

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