Softball: Lakers and Tigers Win; Falcons, Pirates and Chiefs Fall


Madison Brentlinger collected three hits in three at-bats, as the Indian Lake Lakers defeated Northwestern 11 to 0 on Tuesday.

Brentlinger singled in the second inning, doubled in the third inning, and singled in the fourth inning.

The Lakers scored six runs in the third inning on the way to victory.

Haley Edwards singled, scoring two runs, Halle Roby doubled, scoring two runs, Kayleigh Zedlitz singled, scoring one run and Katie Roby doubled, scoring one run.

A single by Brentlinger extended the Lakers lead to 4-0 at the top of the second inning.

Brentlinger started the game for the Lake.

The righty allowed four hits and zero runs over five innings, striking out five and walking none.

The Lakers piled up thirteen hits in the game.

Roby, Brentlinger, and Zedlitz each drove in two runs for Indian Lake.

Next up for the Lakers is a game against Northeastern on Wednesday.


WLS rallied for a 6-5 win on Tuesday over West Jefferson.

Kennedy Wallace earned the win on the mound, allowing seven hits, striking out five, and walking four.

Whitney Strapp, Wallace, and Briley Sullivan each had two hits.

WLS plays again on Wednesday at home against Fairbanks.


Graham lost to North Union High School 8-0.


Riverside traveled to Covington in TRC action and fell 12-0 in 5 innings.

Jayden Hoffer, Taylor Dillon, and Aubree Huston each had a hit for the pirates.


The Lady Chiefs suffered a tough loss tonight against Jonathan Alder 12-2.

Offensively Emma Crabtree had a double.

The Lady Chiefs will play Jonathan Alder on Wednesday at home.


The Benjamin Logan Softball team lost a tough league matchup on Tuesday night to Springfield Shawnee.

The Lady Raiders took the lead first but ultimately were unable to seal the win after Shawnee scored the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Offensively, BL was led by Senior Kyndal Cronkleon, who hit a home run and a double driving in two runs.

Brooks Myers added a hit and scored a run, and Libby Siefring and Skylar Miracle each added a hit.

Adilynne Gregg and Chloe Crumm shared time on the mound combining for four strikeouts and allowing five hits.

The Lady Raiders will host Springfield Shawnee on Wednesday, at 5:15 PM.