JDHS Softball Girls Get Dirty on Ketchikan Fields

    Ketchikan senior Paige Boehlert (4) slides safe into home plate past Juneau-Douglas junior catcher Anna Dale during a 9-3 Kayhi win at Dudley Field in Ketchikan on Thursday. (Dustin Safranek/Ketchikan Daily News)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé Crimson Bears girls softball team won two and lost one at Ketchikan over the weekend.

      JDHS fell to Ketchikan 9-3 on Thursday despite a 2-3 night at the plate from sophomore Mila Hargrave with two runs batted in and one run scored.

      Juniors Mariah Schauwecker, Anna Dale, Zoey Billings and Gloria Bixby and sophomore Tristan Oliva had one hit each; Schauwecker had one RBI; freshman Milina Mazon and Oliva had one RS.

      Kiah Yadao started in the circle and went four innings, allowing three hits and four runs while striking out five and walking one. Schauwecker relieved for two innings, allowing six hits and five runs.

      JDHS scored the first run of the game in the top of the second inning when Schauwecker singled in Hargrave. Ketchikan tied the score in the bottom half on a solo home run by Hannah Moody.

      The Crimson Bears put their final two runs across in the top of the third when Hargrave doubled in Oliva and Mazon. Ketchikan tied the score in the bottom half and took their first lead in the bottom of the fourth.

      The Crimson Bears lost to the Lady Kings 6-5 in the first game of a Friday doubleheader.

      Schauwecker hit a fielder’s choice scoring Oliva in the top of the first inning. Ketchikan would tie the score in the bottom half.

      Bixby regained the lead with a double in the second inning that scored junior courtesy runner Carlynn Casperson. Schauwecker would earn a bases loaded walk scoring Bixby later in the inning for a 3-1 lead. Ketchikan would tie the score again in the bottom half.

      Ketchikan went up 6-3 after six innings.

      The Crimson Bears Dale singled to score Schauwecker in the top of the seventh and Hargrave singled in Dale to pull within 6-5 but Ketchikan put out Hargrave stretching her hit.

      Schauwecker had two RBI, Dale, Hargrave and Bixby one each; Dale and Hargrave had two hits, sophomore Chloe Casperson, freshman Tatum Billings, Yadao and Bixby one each; Oliva, Dale, Carlynn Casperson and Bixby scored one run each.

      Yadao went the six innings in the circle allowing six hits, six runs and striking out five and walking one.

      JDHS toppled Kayhi 18-1 in the second game of the night, a non-conference matchup.

      Schauwecker had six RBI, Chloe Casperson, Dale and Bixby two each; Schauwecker and Dale had three hits apiece, Chloe Casperson two, Oliva, Hargrave, Z. Billings, Mazon, Yadao and Bixby one each; Oliva, Chloe Casperson, Schauwecker and Dale score three runs each, Bixby two, Hargrave, Z. Billings, Mazon and Yadao one each.

      Schauwecker worked the shortened three inning game allowing two hits and the one run.

      The Crimson Bears travel to Sitka this week.

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