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June 26, 2013

Pekin Softball Tournament Boxes

PREP softball

Pekin 5, Van Buren 4

V.B. 000 200 2 — 4 7 1

Pek. 002 001 2 — 5 9 6

Van Buren battery — Alicia Fitzsimmons (L, 3-7) (6 2/3IP, 9H, 5R, 5ER, 4K, 8BB, HBP Kadie Meek catching.

Hits — Hanna Haynes 2-4, Jordan Billups 2-4, Meek 1-3, Fitzsimmons 1-4, Abby Rider 1-4.

RBI — Billups, Rider.

Runs — Haynes 2, Libby King, Meek.

Pekin battery — Cheyann Lankford (W, 11-2) (7IP, 7H, 4R, BB), Tiana Slaney catching.

2B — Lankford.

Hits — Lankford 3-3, Brittany Gillam 2-3, Emily Adam 1-3, Peyton Atwood 1-3, Maranda Baker 1-3, Leslie Stone 1-4.

RBI — Stone 2, Atwood, Gillam, Lankford.

Runs — Mar. Baker, Courtney Comstock, Gillam, Lankford, Cassidy Tolle.

West Branch 12, Harmony 2 (5)

Har. 000 20 — 2 4 0

W.B 540 3x — 12 12 1

Harmony battery — Haley Browning (L, 0-5) (4IP, 12H, 12R, 9ER, 2K, 5BB, HBP), Taylor Diephius catching.

Hits — Browning 1-3, Diephuis 1-3, Alexis Franklin 1-3, Danelle Morris 1-3.

RBI — Franklin, Bailey Jarvis.

Runs — Morris, Brianna Rice.

West Branch battery — Taylor Jones (W, 4-4) (5IP, 3H, 2R, 4K, 4BB), Paige Miller catching.

2B — Shannon Laing, Bailey Lukavsky.

HR — Laing.

Hits — Miller 3-3, Dalana Kron 2-2, Lukavsky 2-2, Jenae Murry 2-3, Linzee Espensen 1-1, Mary Baldwin 1-2, Laing 1-4.

RBI — Laing 3, Baldwin 2, Espensen 2, Lukavsky 2, Miranda Wieneke 2, Kara Fountain.

Runs — Baldwin 2, Miller 2, Murry 2, Espensen, Leah Hott, Kron, Laing, Lukavsky, Wieneke.

Van Buren 10, Harmony 0 (5)

Har. 000 00 — 0 3 7

V.B. 200 17 — 10 7 0

Harmony battery — Hannah Conrad (L, 0-7) (4 1/3IP, 7H, 10R, 2ER, 3K, 2BB), Taylor Diephuis catching.

2B — Haley Browning.

Hits — Browing 2-2, Brenda Rice 1-2.

Van Buren battery — Alicia Fitzsimmons (W, 4-7) (5IP, 3H, 6K), Kadie Meek catching.

2B — Hanna Haynes 2.

Hits — Haynes 2-3, Caitlyn Millard 2-3, Jordan Billups 1-2, Jansen Heckenberg 1-2, Jessie Cassens 1-3.

RBI — Haynes 3, Cassens, Heckenberg, Hughes, Rider.

Runs — Haynes 2, Libby King 2, Rider 2, Jordan Billups, Heckenberg, Hughes, Meek.

West Branch 8, Van Buren 0

V.B. 000 000 — 0 2 0

W.B. 202 31x — 8 6 2

Van Buren battery — Taylor Murguia (L, 1-2) (5IP, 6H, 8R, 8ER, 11K, 7BB), Jessie Cassens catching.

Hits — Caitlin Millard 1-2, Jordan Billups 1-3, Hanna Haynes 1-3, Kadie Meek 1-3.

West Branch battery — Mary Baldwin (W, 9-8) (6IP, 2H, 4K, BB), Shannon Laing catching.

2B — Laing 2, Leah Hott.

HR — Laing.

Hits — Laing 3-3, Baldwin 1-2, Dalana Kron 1-2, Hott 1-3.

RBI — Laing 3, Baldwin, Hott.

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