Resorters’ bats explode in twinbill sweep


ARYKA KLEMME of Elkhart Lake hammers a two-run double in the second inning of game one of Friday’s softball twinbill versus Oostburg. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ARYKA KLEMME of Elkhart Lake hammers a two-run double in the second inning of game one of Friday’s softball twinbill versus Oostburg. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley OOSTBURG – One day after managing only three hits in a 4-0 loss to Mishicot, the Elkhart Lake- Glenbeulah Resorters pounded out 25 here Friday en route to a softball doubleheader sweep over Oostburg.

The Resorters exploded for 18 hits in the opener as they rolled to a 27-3 rout. Elkhart drew a whopping 14 walks in the contest. Elkhart won the nightcap, 15-1.

The Resorters upped their Big East Conference record to 7-1 (8-1 overall). The Lady Dutch dropped to 2-4 in the BEC (2-6 overall).

Junior shortstop Sonia Schubert swung the hot bat for Elkhart in game one with a team-high five hits and four RBIs. Aryka Klemme shared the RBI lead. Holly Zorn contributed four hits, followed by Klemme and Mandy McLaughlin with two each.

Claire Feldmann and Zorn drove in three RBIs each for Elkhart. Schubert scored a team-best five runs, followed by Rachael Flora and Emma Feldmann with three each.

Zorn pitched a complete-game win. She gave up no earned runs on six hits with no walks and two strikeouts.

“I was very happy with the way we bounced back after the Mishicot game. We were more aggressive at the plate than the Mishicot game,” said Resorter head coach Brian Feldmann.

“It was a great team effort [in the twinbill]. We had great defense, and being aggressive at the plate was huge.”

Oostburg starting pitcher Abbie Huibregtse was struck on a hand while batting in the first inning and was unable to play the rest of the twinbill.

Emily Wensink hit a two-run homer for the Lady Dutch. Jamie Jensema had a team-high two hits.

GAME TWO

Schubert, who bats leadoff, also ignited the Resorters’ attack in the second game. She led the team hits with four and RBIs, six.

She also scored a team-best four runs. Saylor Schoenborn and Mandy McLaughlin contributed three runs apiece. Elkhart drew seven walks.

Megan Waage was the winning pitcher. Waage went the distance and gave up one earned run on five hits with one walk and a hit batter each to go with four strikeouts.

Marissa TenHaken paced Oostburg in hits with two.


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