Softball Team Bounces Back
Wawasee responded well in the face of adversity.
After dropping its first game back from spring break Monday night to rival Fairfield, the Lady Warriors returned to action on Tuesday to claim a 4-0 victory over Columbia City.
Wawasee scored two runs in both the first and second innings and let the defense do the rest of the work. Meghan Fretz dominated in the circle for Wawasee, recording nine strikeouts and allowing just two hits.
Cristina DeLaFuente and Kylee Rostochak each had an RBI for Wawasee. DeLaFuente also scored a run and tied for the team lead with two hits. Madie Wilson also had two hits and a run scored. Hannah Haines and Danielle Gunkel scored the other two runs for Wawasee.
Wawasee (4-1) hosts Manchester this coming Friday.
The JV team fell 12-5. No stats were recorded.
Tennis Girls Fall Short
The Wawasee tennis team had a rough night on the courts Tuesday. Wawasee fell 4-1 to Westview. Kendra Doerr was the lone Warrior to get a win as she won in straight sets (6-2, 6-2) over Reghan Heffner at No. 3 singles.
“It was a hard-fought match,” offered head coach Shane Staley.”We were much improved this year compared to last year’s contest.”
Wawasee (1-1) will host Central Noble Wednesday night.
The JV fell 4-2. Madison Rhodes and Brianna Haessig each picked up wins for the JV team.