PREP SOFTBALL: The Rams roll through Saintes, the Eagles march on the Wolves | Sports News

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Austin Heinen

Glenwood 5, St. Albert 0: The Rams scored three runs in the third inning and two more in the fifth to pull away from the Saintes at Council Bluffs.

Senior Coryl Matheny and sophomores McKenna Koehler and Sara Kolle all had two hits for the Rams. Matheny also had two RBIs to lead Glenwood. Rookie Allison Koontz picked up the win after pitching all seven innings, striking out eight batters and allowing four hits.]

Eighth Ella Narmi, junior Jessica McMartin and second Kylie Wesack each had a shot.

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Glenwood 9, St. Albert 1: After going scoreless through the first three innings, the Rams broke the ice with a run in the fourth and two in the fifth and three in the sixth. The Saintes scored a run in the bottom of the sixth, but the Rams responded with three more in the top of the seventh.

Sophomore McKenna Koehler took the win in the circle after pitching all seven innings and allowing just three hits and striking out two batters.

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Sergeant Bluff – Luton 6, Abraham Lincoln 1: Abraham Lincoln scored the game’s first run late in the first, but the No. 13 Class 3A Sergeant Bluff-Luton would tie the game after the fourth inning and then take the lead in the fifth inning for the win.

Sophomore Jayden Hargrave and senior Jessica Vrenick each had two hits.

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Sergeant Bluff – Luton 13, Abraham Lincoln 3: The Warriors scored 10 runs over the first three innings to get away from the Lynx early.

The Warriors had 13 hits in that game. Senior Emma Oneal led the Lynx with two hits.

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Creston 8, Lewis Central 6: The Titans broke the ice with the game’s first three runs in the bottom of the third inning. However, Class 4A No. 9 Creston would score the next seven points to take the 7-3 lead.

The Titans scored three in the bottom of the fifth to make it a one-point game, but it’s that much closer the closer they would get.

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Creston 10, Lewis Central 3: The Panthers built a 5-0 lead late in the third inning, and the Titans couldn’t get a run on the board until late in the sixth when the Titans were already trailing 8-0.

The Panthers had 16 hits in that game.

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Sioux City Heelan 11, Thomas Jefferson 1: Sioux City Heelan, Class 4A No. 15, had 13 hits in this game in Game 1 of Monday’s double header.

Freshman Carley Steinspring had the lone hit for the Yellow Jackets in that game.

Sioux City Heelan 3, Thomas Jefferson 0: The Crusaders finished the sweep on the Yellow Jackets after shutting out the Yellow Jackets in Game 2 of this Missouri River double header.

Sioux City Heelan improves to 21-11 overall while TJ drops to 6-25.

Underwood 8, IKM Manning 7: Underwood scored four runs late in the first after watching Wolves tackle one. Wolves would score the next four runs leading into the bottom of the fourth inning where the two teams would be tied 5-5.

Wolves took a slight 7-6 lead heading into the seventh inning when the Eagles scored two runs to claim the victory.

Rookie Claire Cook led Underwood with three hits and three RBIs. Eighth-grade Carly Nelson picked up the win after pitching for three innings and allowing one hit and striking out one as well.

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West Monona 5, AHSTW 2: The Spartans scored four runs in the first two innings to take control early on.

Freshman Loralei Wahling led AHSTW with two hits.

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