NEGAUNEE – A pair of one-run games and two more decided by just two runs kicked off the Iron Range Women’s Softball League on Wednesday.
Class B had three of those games close by, including the Venice / Hickey one that went ahead of Globe Printing 16-15. Winning Karlie Kargela scored with the same touch as Globe’s Cassidy Krueger.
Also in “B” The Jack Type outperformed the car 12-10. Jack’s Stephanie Stocking was 4 for 4 while Jordann Grigg hit a home run.
QCC’s Amy Young got a pair of triples while Gina Debelak went 3 for 3.
Signs Unlimited just beat Dave’s Collision 11-9. Sands Carlson of Signs was 4 for 4, while his teammate Becky Gauthier was cited for his excellent defense. Dave’s Libbie Doney got a triple.
Steph Abata was 3 for 3 with a double to lead brewery Jasper Ridge to a 7-4 victory over 906 Sports Bar, whose Thalicia DellAngelo was 2 for 3.
I Pasquali doubled Martin Sports 18-9. Jess Geist of the winners was 5 for 5 and Alana Nuorala 4 for 5 with a double, while Martin’s Bethany Firby was 3 for 4 with a double.
In Class A, Kenzie Karki got the catch of play in midfield as Buster’s got a 15-14 victory over Tino’s. Also for Buster’s, Ally Solander and MyKenna Kontio each tripled while Payton Drew had a double play.
Tassy’s Kassy Carlson was 3 for 4 and Miranda Roose 2 for 3.
Also in “A” Heritage Glove Repair launched Buck’s Party Store 16-1. Chelsie Katalin and Cassy Sandberg won 3 for 3, while Buck’s Shannon Clemo was 2 for 2 and Sara Polini doubled.
Screened Image / Venice 2 said goodbye.
In Class C, Emma Currie was given a great defense and Lindsey Williams tripled as Willey’s tire shop won 15-10 at Palomaki Family Chiropractic, Mallory Schank of which had two hits. .
Also in “C” Pineshears outperformed manufacturing 20-11. Winner Livvie Wood won 3 for 4 with a win and a win, while Jillian Robinson and Katrina Brown were 4 for 4, Robinson including a pair of doubles.
UPF’s Val Prusi was 3 for 4 with a homer, while Renee Caya was 4 for 4.
And the Eagles beat Paradise Bar 22-7. Eagles ’Micailly Carlson was 4 for 4 with a pair of doubles and Ecko Popps 3 for 4 with a double to support winning pitcher Elaina Treloar.
Rachel Hytinen of Paradise was 4 for 4 with a pair of doubles.
Information compiled by Journal Sports editor Steve Brownlee. His email address is email@example.com.
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