As of press time, the Lady Jays were scheduled to host Wausau East on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.at the MARC.
The Gauchos (3-7) managed a run in the fourth inning and another in the seventh. Springdale starter Will Mueller allowed six runs over two-plus innings and took the loss, although just one of those runs were earned. Rogers (12-4, 5-1 7A-West) trailed 4-2, but tied the game with two in the fifth on an RBI-double by Seldomridge and a run-scoring single by Matthew Watson.
The Wildcats got a career-high three RBI from freshman Mallory Peyton, who knows how much this game means, being from Madisonville.
The Lady Pioneers took a 1-0 lead in the first.
Erin Rethlake was nothing short of spectacular in the circle for United Kingdom, going the distance, and only allowing one Louisville runner to reach third all night.
Despite two early home runs, the Richmond softball team couldn't complete its run through the Beach Diamond Invitational with a championship.
A two-run fourth inning for the Tigers put them up, 5-2, as Howes doubled down the left line and Robinson's sac bunt moved Howes to third.
Air Force Thunderbirds pilot dies in F-16 crash
The man was part of a team of the Air Force's six best F-16 pilots, who do flight demonstrations and air shows across the country. Air Force's elite Thunderbirds team was killed in a fighter jet crash Wednesday in central Nevada, military officials said.
The Dragons (4-3) will visit Park Hills Central on Monday, April 9 and Bismarck on Tuesday, April 10. Ste.
Hope Diermyer got the action started in the first with a two-RBI double after a pair of singles from Brooklinn Damiano and Allissa Boraggina. Christopher Harvey had two of the Bulldogs' nine hits and drove in three runs. She would go onto to finish the game with seven RBIs off of three hits, all of which were home runs. Emma Seagroves went 1 for 3 with a RBI and a run scored. Lozano allowed only four singles and walked two, improving to 6-1.
Moore experienced the home run trot, but in a much different way.
Hegre's RBI single then plated pinch runner Brianna Gregory and Miles' sac fly to left field helped bring Antonelli home to even the game at five.
For the first game in the Lookout Valley Tournament the Lady Jackets had 8 hits and scored only 2 runs for the 6-2 loss.
The home team once again responded with a run in the sixth to take a 5-4 lead, but Midway dialed up a big time answer in the seventh. Rethlake was sharp, throwing just 62 pitches the entire game recording five strikeouts. Jackson Scriver was 2-for-4 with a triple and 1 RBI for Northside. Following a ground out and a pop out, Horn scored on an RBI single by Gravens to give the Eagles a 3-2 lead. John Henry Maloch was 2-for-3 for North Little Rock.