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Prep Roundup: Thursday, April 5
08 April 2018, 01:15 | Franklin Nunez
Waunakee baseball sharpens their skills vs. Kaukauna
A pair of walks and a hit batter loaded the bases for Wolcott in the first, before Kayla Resto caught a liner and threw to Jenna Bennett at third for a double play.
In game one, DW jumped to a 7-0 lead after the first inning, and scored at least four runs in each of the next three.
PATRIOT 13, OSBOURN PARK 2: For Patriot (1-0, 4-2), Ashley Joy was 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs, Katherine Murphy 3 for 3 (all triples) and one RBI and Ally Hilkert was the winning pitcher. Emily Hoag went 1 for 3 with a run scored, an RBI and had a stolen base.
Mallory Peyton was the key player in the game, going 2-for-3 at the plate with three RBI and two singles. Malinna Levesque, Tyra Garcia, Jamie Romero, Payton Reynolds and Molly Dunlap each hit a runner home to score.
Joelle Klein hit a grand slam in the fourth inning for Lower Cape May (0-1).
It's a win that could go a long way in helping the Raiders finish as SCAL champs for a third consecutive season.
Jessie Rising was 3 for 4 with a double for Pinelands (2-1). Andrew Harmon pitched 2.1 innings, striking out two. Grace Walker also went 2 for 5 and Hannah Rubinrott allowed two earned runs throwing from the circle. In the tournament, the Lady Jackets lost all 4 games falling to Silverdale Academy 6-2, Redbank 19-0, Whitwell 9-2 and Lookout Valley 7-5.
The Dragon bats were on fire Monday against Little Axe when they pounded the Lady Indians 20-3 in five innings.
And although it was close for a while, the softball power left with a victory, as Dayton scored a 10-0 win over Warrenton in a nonleague game.
The Bulldogs held the Mariners (11-1) to just four hits and the Mariners committed four errors, leading to three unearned runs. Zach Murray retired the one hitter he faced on one pitch for the save.
Two errors contributed to two late runs for Creswell, but the defense was improved over a 7-2 loss to Harrisburg when errors led to six of the Eagles' seven runs.
When Maggie Carlucci's pop up was misplayed, another run scored to make it 10-6.
The Sharks won their first district game in school history.
PEACHTREE CORNERS - Wesleyan topped Mount Vernon 4-2 at home on Thursday night for a win in Region 5-A.
Smyrna would get the same opportunity, but a strikeout and two fly outs stranded the runner, and giving the victory to Indian River.
The Cardinals led 12-3 by the end of the third inning.
Skyler Ross headlines the sophomore class after starting as a freshman and batting.288 with two home runs and 12 runs batted in last season. They're leaders on the field and off the field. That was my first one. Teammate Gianna Morganti was 3 for 4 with a double, two runs and an RBI.
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Fresh raids pound Syria's rebel Douma
Another eight civilians were killed on Saturday as more bombing raids slammed into the town, the Britain-based Observatory said. Reports suggest the Jaish al-Islam rebels remaining in the city are increasingly split on the question of evacuating .
World stocks under pressure from trade war fears
All three major European markets were shut on Friday and Monday, as investors enjoyed a four-day holiday weekend. China's position as an assembly hub for electronic devices makes it the biggest consumer of semiconductors.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s death 50 years ago remembered
Later this afternoon, there will be a three-hour tribute dedicated to celebrating and reflecting on the life of Dr. Griffin said as memory serves him, the tragedy happened the same day that he was finishing the special course.
Salman Khan, Bollywood superstar, bailed in poaching case
As he was transferred from Jodhpur to Sirohi on Saturday morning, it was not sure whether he would hear the bail application. Salman's alleged accomplices in the crime, Bollywood stars Saif Ali Khan , Tabu, Neelam and Sonali Bendre were set free.