Resorters rally past Rockets in BEC debut


MEGAN WAAGE, Elkhart Lake junior, delivers to a Cedar Grove batter in Thursday’s BEC softball game. – Photo by Mike McGill MEGAN WAAGE, Elkhart Lake junior, delivers to a Cedar Grove batter in Thursday’s BEC softball game. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters rallied from a 3-0 deficit to edge Cedar Grove-Belgium in a Big East Conference softball game here Thursday afternoon.

The game was the BEC opener for both teams. The Resorters upped their overall record to 2-0 while the Rockets dropped to 0-1.

Elkhart tallied three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to knot the score at 3-3. Sonia Schubert delivered an RBI single and the other two runs scored on passed balls.

The Resorters scored the eventual winning run in the sixth. Megan Waage singled with two outs, stole second base and was driven in by Schubert’s single.

“It was a total team effort. I was happy wih the comeback,” said Resorter head coach Brian Feldmann.


ELLIE AUSLOOS of Elkhart Lake steals second as Cedar Grove shortstop Megan Gonwa takes the catcher’s throw in Thursday’s BEC softball game. – Photo by Mike McGill ELLIE AUSLOOS of Elkhart Lake steals second as Cedar Grove shortstop Megan Gonwa takes the catcher’s throw in Thursday’s BEC softball game. – Photo by Mike McGill Freshman Alex Schneider and Waage, a junior, combined on a five-hitter, with Waage earning the win in relief. Schneider, making her varsity pitching debut, gave up zero runs on two hits with no walks and two strikeouts in 2-1/3 innings.

Waage surrendered three unearned runs on three hits with no walks and four whiffs in 4-2/3 frames.

“Alex did well. I was impressed with her control, and she showed good composure,” said Feldmann.

“Megan had her changeup working and had them off balance.

“We had some great catches. Overall, we had good team defense,” said the coach.

The Resorters banged out 10 hits, led by Schubert, Claire Feldmann, Ciara Hassinger and Waage with two each. Ellie Ausloos scored a team-high two runs.

Allie DeRuyter paced the Rockets in hits with two.

Anna Thiel pitched a complete game and took the loss. Thiel gave up four earned runs and five walks while striking out four.


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