Resorters storm back to stay undefeated


SONIA SCHUBERT of Elkhart Lake rounds second base and advances to third on Claire Feldmann’s single in Thursday’s softball game against St. Mary’s Springs. The Ledgers’ shortstop is Kristina Moul. – Photo by Mike McGill SONIA SCHUBERT of Elkhart Lake rounds second base and advances to third on Claire Feldmann’s single in Thursday’s softball game against St. Mary’s Springs. The Ledgers’ shortstop is Kristina Moul. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – After spotting St. Mary’s Springs (Fond du Lac) a 6-0 lead through one-half inning, the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters stormed back to earn a 13-8 softball win here Thursday afternoon.

The nonconference win raised the Resorters’ record to 4-0.

Elkhart banged out 15 hits, led by Sonia Schubert and Claire Feldmann with three each. Emma Feldmann, Rachael Flora, Aryka Klemme and Raechel Grunewald added two apiece. The Resorters were aided by five Ledger errors which led to four earned runs.

Flora had a team-high four RBIs, followed by Emma Feldmann with three and Grunewald , two. Schubert, Claire Feldmann and Emma Feldmann scored a teambest four runs apiece. Schubert led in steals with three.


TAYLOR BUBOLZ, Howards Grove shortstop, forces out Hilbert/ Stockbridge’s April Gehl after Tiger second baseman almost caught a line drive before throwing to Bubolz. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley TAYLOR BUBOLZ, Howards Grove shortstop, forces out Hilbert/ Stockbridge’s April Gehl after Tiger second baseman almost caught a line drive before throwing to Bubolz. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley Holly Zorn picked up the win after a rough start. Zorn gave up eight runs (six earned) on seven hits with four walks and eight strikeouts in 5-1/3 innings. Megan Waage finished up with 1-2/3 scoreless frames. Waage allowed no hits and walks to go with two strikeouts.

“I was pleased with came back. After the first inning Holly settled down. She was getting behind the hitters in the first inning,” said Resorter head coach Brian Feldmann.

“Our defense played well and our hitting came through. The girls have been working hard on their hitting in practice and they believe they can do it.


HOLLY ZORN, Elkhart Lake pitcher, winds up for a delivery to a St. Mary’s Springs batter in Thursday’s softball game. – Photo by Mike McGill HOLLY ZORN, Elkhart Lake pitcher, winds up for a delivery to a St. Mary’s Springs batter in Thursday’s softball game. – Photo by Mike McGill “Megan is really coming along [as a pitcher] and I’ve been happy with her,” said coach Feldmann.

Kristina Moul paced the Ledgers in hits with two. Mckenzie Hoeptner led in RBIs with two.

Lydia Immel was the losing pitcher and went the distance. Immel surrendered nine earned runs and four walks while striking out one.



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