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Odin & South Central Drop Softball Contests....Prep Softball Roundup

NEOGA - The South Central Lady Cougars (1-7, 0-3) fell on the road in a National Trail Conference matchup in Neoga by a final of 9-3.  The Lady Cougars defense let them down committing 6 errors in the game as they were outhit 9-7 by the Lady Indians.

Abby King was the tough-luck loser as she worked 6 innings allowing just 3 earned runs and struck out 5.  At the plate, King went 2-4 with a single, double, RBI and a run.  

Mia Campbell had an RBI single and a stolen base while Hannah Rubin was 1-3 with an RBI double.  Also, Alannah Sigrist had a double and a run scored, Kanady Grzegorek added a single, Jordan Schaal had a single and a run scored.

The Lady Cougars will return to action on Thursday afternoon at home when they host Altamont at 4:30.


In other action:

- The Odin Lady Eagles fell to Noble 10-6 with the Lady Wildcats scoring 7 times with two outs to seal the win.  Bailey Spears had 3 hits including a double and 2 RBI in the loss.  Kennedy Laffoon also doubled home 2 runs.  Kayln Nalewajka finished with 2 hits as well.  Odin is 5-9 on the year and will host Wayne City Thursday.

- Maci Ingram was one out away from another perfect game, but settled for a one-hitter as Nashville defeated Carlyle 8-0.  Ingram struck out 17 and allowed just a one-out single in the 7th from Hannah Hoffmann as the Hornettes are 19-1 on the season.    Hannah Yung had 4 hits including a home run and 5 RBI.  

- Mater Dei scored in each of the first five innings on their way to doubleing-up Breese Central by a final score of 12-6.  Mater Dei was aided by 10 hits, 11 walks and 2 Central errors.

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