Resorters’ hot bats key BEC victory


HANNAH DONHAUSER of Elkhart Lake hurdles a ball thrown from left field on her way to third in game one of Thursday’s softball twinbill versus Reedsville. Third baseman Jenna Loefer (4) and pitcher Emily Bloemer attempt to corral the errant throw. – Photo by Mike McGill HANNAH DONHAUSER of Elkhart Lake hurdles a ball thrown from left field on her way to third in game one of Thursday’s softball twinbill versus Reedsville. Third baseman Jenna Loefer (4) and pitcher Emily Bloemer attempt to corral the errant throw. – Photo by Mike McGill ELKHART LAKE – An 18- hit attack sparked the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters to an 11-7 victory over Reedsville in the opener of Thursday’s Big East Conference softball twinbill at June Vollrath Park.

The Resorters lost the nightcap, 7-1, as they finished 14-6 in BEC action and closed out the regular season with a 15-6 mark.

“Overall, it was a strong game for us. We came out swinging and we were very disciplined at the plate,” said Resorter head coach Brian Feldmann about game one.

Sonia Schubert and Claire Feldmann ignited Elkhart’s offense with four hits each in the opener. Mandy McLaughlin cracked three hits, followed by Raechel Grunewald, Holly Zorn and Hannah Donhauser with two each.


MANDY MCLAUGHLIN, Elkhart Lake left fielder, fires the ball to third to hold a Reedsville runner in game one of Thursday’s softball doubleheader. – Photo by Mike McGill MANDY MCLAUGHLIN, Elkhart Lake left fielder, fires the ball to third to hold a Reedsville runner in game one of Thursday’s softball doubleheader. – Photo by Mike McGill Schubert led EL-G in extrabase hits with two – both doubles.

The winning pitcher was Zorn who allowed five earned runs on 11 hits with two walks and a pair of strikeouts in going the route.

Alexyss Schmidt led the Panthers’ bats with three hits, including two triples.

GAME TWO

Kylee Cook pitched a strong game for the Panthers in the nightcap en route to the win. Cook allowed one earned run on six hits with six strikeouts and one walk.

Megan Waage took the loss and threw a complete game. She gave up six earned runs on nine hits with no walks and strikeouts.

Schubert and Grunewald paced El-G in hits with two each.

Jenna Loefer, Kelsey Stadler and Jada Kleppen had a teamhigh two hits each for Reedsville.


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