ALAH freshmen Mackenzie Condill (#3) is safe at third in the fourth inning against Meridian on March 28 at home. The Knights lost the lead late and were defeated 3-5.
The spring rains have played havoc with the spring sports schedules, but the ALAH girls softball team have finally been able to get a couple of games in over the last two weeks.
In the home opener on Monday, March 28 the game against Meridian was a heartbreaker as they lost the lead late in a 5-3 defeat. The game was tied at three with Meridian batting in the top of the sixth when an error scored one run for Meridian.
Knights Mackenzie Condill socked a home run in the third inning as ALAH racked up six hits. Charley Condill and Mackenzie Condill each had two hits to lead ALAH followed by Ryli Kauffman and Kaylee Otto with one apiece.
Maddie Schweighart took the loss for the Knights lasting seven innings, allowing 12 hits and five runs while striking out one and walking one.
Katy Hendricks earned the victory in the circle for Meridian.Bottom of Form
The Knights were on the road March 24 as they traveled to St. Teresa to face the Bulldogs.
ALAH got things started in the second inning when Mackenzie Condill singled scoring one run.
Kaylee Otto tallied one home run on the day for the Knights in the fourth inning.
The Knights notched six runs in the sixth inning as Kaylee Otto, Kat Perez, Danaysha Stutzman, Brooke Bolsen, Ryli Kauffman, and Alisha Frederick each drove in runs during the inning.
ALAH tallied 11 hits in the game as Charley Condill, Kaylee Otto, and Ryli Kauffman all had two hits to lead the Knights.
Maddie Schweighart pitched ALAH to victory. She lasted seven innings, allowing seven hits and four runs while striking out six.
Cherly Easterling took the loss for St. Teresa. Easterling allowed eight hits and eight runs over five and two-thirds innings, striking out two. Easterling also went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead St. Teresa in hits.