Falls rolls past Kiel, Roncalli

by Steve Ottman
Falls News Correspondent


AUTUMN HORN of Sheboygan Falls fires off a pitch, during an Eastern Wisconsin Conference softball contest against Valders Tuesday, May 3, at Sheboygan Falls High School. - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman AUTUMN HORN of Sheboygan Falls fires off a pitch, during an Eastern Wisconsin Conference softball contest against Valders Tuesday, May 3, at Sheboygan Falls High School. - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman The Sheboygan Falls/Kohler High School softball team pounded the Kiel 22-2 with a 17- hit attack in Eastern Wisconsin Conference play Friday, May 4.

Falls went 2-1 during the week to improve to 5-5 in the Eastern Wisconsin Conference.

Falls senior pitcher Autumn Horn had a career night, pitching five innings and giving up three hits, while posting nine strikeouts, and one earned run en route to the victory.

Horn also went 3-for-4 from the plate, hitting two singles and a home run with a career-high six runs batted in.

The Falcons’ offense erupted for six runs in the third inning and nine runs in the fifth.

Horn, Kaelin Sbrocco, and Alyssa Frey all had three hits on the night. Sbrocco and Frey each scored five runs. Caitlin Trumm and Amy Brading had two hits and scored twice. Nine different Falcon hitters recorded hits on the night.

The Falcons came away with a 5-0 shutout victory over Manitowoc Roncalli Thursday, May 3, at Manitowoc.

Freshman pitcher Alyssa Frey racked up the win, giving up five hits, striking out five and walking one, in pitching a complete game shutout.

The Falcons’ offense was led by Jessica Riley and Frey with two hits. Brading scored two runs.

With the game tied at 0-0 going into the fifth, Brading led off with a walk.

Kaelin Sbrocco connected on an infield hit to move Brading to third. Frey then singled to right to score Brading and Horn reached on an error to score Frey.

In the sixth inning, Riley led off with a walk, Erin Kisiolek reached on an error and Brading hit an RBI single to score courtesy runner Trumm.

Frey then belted a two-run double to score Brading and Sbrocco.

“We’re starting to get some timely hitting,” said Falcons’ head coach Brian Beeck. “Our top of the line-up has been attacking the ball well, along with getting good pitching.”

Valders defeated the Falls 3-1 Tuesday. May 3.

The Vikings scored three runs in the sixth for the win. Horn took the loss, giving up eight hits, one walk and striking out eight batters.

Frey doubled to lead off the sixth. Taylor Peterson walked and Kisiolek singled. Frey scored on a throwing error for the Falcons’ only run.


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