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Lady Warriors softball team hits seven home runs against Central A&M

Tuscola’s softball team had a yard party last Tuesday, April 26 with five; yes five separate players going yard in a double-header versus Central A&M. The Lady Warriors hit seven home runs by the end of the night winning the opener 9-1 and the nightcap 19-6. Isabelle Wilcox and Ava Boyer both hit a pair of dingers while Ella Boyer, Emily Czerwonka and Zoey Thomason all placed one on the other side of the fence. 

The Warriors were visitors on the scoreboard in the first contest, scoring first in the top of the second on an RBI double by Kerri Pierce. And then busted a 1-1 game wide-open posting crooked numbers in the fifth, sixth and seventh frame. Addy ring started the outburst reaching on an error before Ava Boyer and Wilcox touched them all in the top of the fifth. Then Thomason drove in Pierce one stanza later on a round tripper before the Boyer sisters, Pierce, Czerwonka, and Thomason put the cherry on top, scoring three more in the seventh on five hits from the aforementioned. 

Pierce collected the win working all seven innings giving up one run on six hits and two walks whilst striking out three. Both Boyer’s, and Taylor Musgrave all doubled in the contest and Ava tripled on a three for four, two-RBI night at the plate. Thomason drove in three on a three for three nights with the bat in her hands. 

Four more long balls fueled four big frames in the second game CIC victory. Tuscola rallied from a 2-0 deficit after the first half frame scoring five in both the first and second frames, three in the third and capped it off with six in the fourth. Both Boyers homered in the contest, as did Wilcox and Czerwonka. 

Ava Boyer went four for four in the evening, driving in four runs and scoring four more. Ella Boyer and Czerwonka both were good on three of four trips to the dish while Thomason and Musgrave each notched two hits. Makenna Fiscus added a double to her season stat sheet. Wilcox took the win in the circle allowing six runs on six hits and two walks while fanning four. 

The late evening took some air out of the sales the next afternoon in Warrensburg as the Lady Cardinals used a big fourth frame to seal the deal on a 8-3 home win. Thomason hit another homerun midway through the contest on a two for four day that also included a double. Czerwonka was strong, hitting her way to a three for three afternoon. Pierce gave up six runs on nine hits and three walks, taking the loss. 

The senior hurler rebounded two nights later on Friday, holding serve on her home diamond in a 10-3 win over Decatur St Teresa. She scattered seven hits and two walks out over seven innings of work striking out seven. Wilcox was tops on the offensive end delivering a three for four outing that included a double and four RBI’s. Musgrave doubled twice in the evening and Ella Boyer banged out a pair of base knocks driving in three.

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