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CMB crushes SH for first HOIC win

Raiders split two games at Lynnville

JEWELL – A monster third inning did the trick for the Collins-Maxwell-Baxter softball team in a 10-0 thumping of South Hamilton in six innings Monday at Jewell.

The Raiders broke a scoreless tie in a big way in the third inning with a stunning nine-run outburst. That was more than enough to get the job done, but CMB decided to end things one inning early by plating an unanswered run in the top of the sixth to get the game called on account of the 10-run rule.

Cheyanne Warne, Taylor Ross and freshman Megan Ritter did most of the damage for CMB on offense as they each went 3-for-4. Warne doubled and drove in two runs, Ross stole two bases and scored once and Ritter tallied two runs and RBI apiece.

Abby Applegate also stepped up big by going 2-for-4 with three RBI. Mackenzie Schmitz went 1-for-3 with a walk, steal, run and RBI; Courtney Ubben was 1-for-2 with two walks and two runs and Becky Williams finished 1-for-3 with one run and RBI apiece.

Anna Peters also scored twice, Brittany Peterson walked and scored and Elizabeth Jones stole a base for CMB.

Warne was the victorious pitcher for the Raiders as she allowed just two hits and tallied eight strikeouts and three walks in six innings. The victory put CMB at 2-8 on the season and 1-4 in the Heart of Iowa Conference.

CMB 10, South Hamilton 0 (6)

CMB 009 001 – 10 14 NA

SH 000 000 – 0 2 NA

CMB: Cheyanne Warne and Abby Applegate

WP: Warne

2B: Warne

LYNNVILLE – Collins-Maxwell-Baxter picked up its first victory of the season at the Lynnville-Sully Invitational Saturday in Lynnville as the Raiders split games with Melcher-Dallas and Lynnville-Sully.

CMB’s victory was a 6-4 affair over Melcher-Dallas. The Raiders scored the winning runs in the seventh inning after the game was deadlocked at 4-4 through six frames.

Cortney Ubben and Abby Applegate were both 2-for-3 for CMB in the win. Ubben drove in four runs and Applegate had one double and a walk.

Mackenzie Schmitz singled, walked and scored and Mikayla Eslinger and Taylor Ross were both 1-for-4 for the Raiders. Eslinger also picked up two steals and Ross stole a base and scored once.

Payge Jurgens walked, stole a base and scored twice and Cheyanne Warne crossed the plate once for the Raiders. Heather Jessen picked up her first victory on the mound for CMB as she went the distance and allowed two earned runs on 10 hits with one strikeout and walk apiece.

CMB didn’t have much luck with a Lynnville-Sully team ranked ninth in Class 1A. The Raiders only had three hits in a 10-0 loss in five innings.

Lynnville-Sully scored three times in the first inning and picked up five runs in the third to break the game open. The Hawks tacked one run apiece in the fourth and fifth innings to end the game due to the 10-run rule.

Warne, Schmitz and Becky Williams each singled once for CMB in the loss. Warne was the losing pitcher after giving up 10 runs – just three earned – on five hits with three strikeouts and walks apiece.

Emma Schnell earned the win for Lynnville-Sully after the eighth-grader struck out three batters and didn’t allow a walk. Becca Vos doubled, homered and drove in four runs and Brenna Lanser was 2-for-2 with a double, walk and three runs scored for the Hawks on offense.

CMB 6, Melcher-Dallas 4

CMB 201 100 2 – 6 7 NA

M-D 120 010 0 – 4 10 NA

CMB: Heather Jessen and Abby Applegate

WP: Jessen

2B: Applegate

Lynnville-Sully 10, CMB 0 (5)

CMB 000 00 – 0 3 NA

L-S 305 11 – 10 5 NA

CMB: Cheyanne Warne and Applegate

L-S: Emma Schnell and Becca Vos

WP: Schnell

LP: Warne

2B: L-S – Vos, Brenna Lanser

HR: Vos

MONROE – A bad stretch in the third and fourth innings proved too much of deficit for Collins-Maxwell-Baxter in an 11-1 loss to Prairie City-Monroe in six innings Friday in Monroe.

The Raiders took a 1-0 lead after two innings, but PCM plated four runs in the third and three in the fourth to take control. CMB was unable to counter in the next two innings and that enabled PCM to slam the door in the sixth inning with another four-run outburst that ended the game on account of the 10-run rule.

Brittany Peterson was 2-for-3 with a double and she scored the lone run for CMB. Cheyanne Warne singled her in, Taylor Ross was 2-for-2 with a steal and Cortney Ubben singled and walked for the Raiders.

Warne was the losing pitcher after giving up 11 earned runs on 14 hits with three strikeouts and walks apiece in 5 2/3 innings.

PCM 11, CMB 1 (6)

CMB 100 000 – 1 6 NA

PCM 004 304 – 11 14 NA

CMB: Cheyanne Warne and Abby Applegate

LP: Warne

2B: Brittany Peterson

COLLINS – One bad inning at exactly the wrong time was all it took to do Collins-Maxwell-Baxter in versus Greene County June 3.

The Raiders played great defense and Cheyanne Warne did a terrific job pitching for six innings as the game was a scoreless tie heading into the seventh. But CMB gave up five runs in the top of the seventh and the Raiders couldn’t respond in the bottom of the inning, suffering a 5-0 Heart of Iowa Conference setback.

Warne gave up just one earned run in the seventh as she tossed a six-hitter with five strikeouts and four walks. CMB never got into a groove on offense, mustering just three hits and three walks.

Megan Ritter, Beck Williams and Anna Peters each singled once for CMB in the loss. Brittany Peterson picked up two walks and she stole one base and Warne also drew a free pass.

Emma Soddoris was 2-for-4 with a run, Emily Christensen singled, walked and drove in a run and Hannah Onken singled in a run for Greene County. Jennifer Kennedy also singled and scored and Kayla Mobley, Tressa Rasmussen and Emily Jacobsen each scored once for the Rams.

Jennifer Kennedy was the winning pitcher as she tossed a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and three walks.

Greene County 5, CMB 0

GC 000 000 5 – 5 6 NA

CMB 000 000 0 – 0 3 NA

GC: Jennifer Kennedy and Marissa Promes

CMB: Cheyanne Warne and Cortney Ubben

WP: Kennedy

LP: Warne

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