WARSAW – The beat keeps rolling on for the Wawasee junior varsity softball team. The Lady Warriors moved to 19-0 on the season after defeating NorthWood, 10-0, and Goshen, 15-4, to claim the title at the Warsaw JV Softball Invite.
Wawasee had the pitching from Hannah Haines in game one, who struck out 16 batters in six innings. Haines also allowed just one hit and walked four.
At the plate, Wawasee only had six hits, but capitalized on seven walks and seven NorthWood errors. Madie Wilson and Katie Avery each had two hits, and the two combined for five stolen bases and three RBIs.
In the championship game, the Lady Warriors smacked 11 hits and jumped out to a 10-0 lead after the third inning to put Goshen behind the eight ball. Haines led the batters with three hits and two RBIs while Avery, Brooke Pauwels and Leah deSomer each had two hits. Every Wawasee starting hitter had at least one run scored or one RBI.
Haines wasn’t as solid in the first game in the circle, but still struck out 11 and allowed just three hits.
Warsaw did not report its game reports against Goshen and NorthWood.