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North Tama Softball

June 30, 2010
Traer Star-Clipper

By Shayne Weber

Correspondent

North Tama Girls Softball at Janesville 4-6

On June 7, the North Tama Redhawks Girls Softball team suffered a close conference game loss at Janesville.

First Baseman, Kelsey Upah had another successful day by stopping 7 players from basing her position. Upah also was up to bat twice and got one walk. Left fielder, Erin Herink was up to bat three times, having one run and two hits, one of which was a double. Herink also accomplished three put outs in the field. Pinch Runner, Cassie Peterson, gave the Redhawks another point with a run. Right fielder, Amanda Howard, was at bat three times gaining a hit that was also a run batted in. Short Stop, Sydney Fehr, had an eventfull game, was up to bat twice, gaining one run, a HBP and a hit which was also a run batted in. Fehr was also the relief pitcher with one strike out and two hits in the end of the game. Fehr also achieved two put outs and one assist. Pinch Runner, Shannon Stuart brought in a run for the Redhawks as well. Catcher, Alex Oletski, successfully aided the Redhawks with two put outs and five assists. Oletski was also up to bat twice and gained one hit, along with Third Baseman, Amanda Hoeg. Hoeg also aided the Redhawks in the field with five assists and two put outs. Pinch Runner, Lillian Howard, stole one base along with Pinch Runner, Yoel. Pitcher, Morgan Halupnick, pitched the begining of the game with six earned runs, five hits and one loss. Halupnick also had one put out. Center Fielder, Allison Zobel recieved one put out, preventing Janesville from scoring any more unwanted points. The Redhawks worked hard and played a very good game.

North Tama Girls Softball vs. Dunkerton 8-7

The North Tama Redhawks Girls Softball team gained a close conference game victory against Dunkerton on June 9. Pitcher, Morgan Halupnick, had two earned runs, one strike out, eight hits and one win. Halupnick accomplished two runs for the Redhawks along with two hits, one of which was a triple and a stolen base off the mound. Halupnick also had four assists in the field. Third Baseman, Amanda Hoeg, was up to bat three times, gaining one run, one hit, which was a double, three RBIs and one SAC. In the field Hoeg also had one assist along with Catcher, Alex Oletski, who also had three put outs. While batting, Oletski accomplished one hit that was a double and one run batted in along with one needed assist in the field. Right Fielder, Amanda Howard, was up to bat four times and put up another run for the Redhawks along with two hits, one of which was a double and one run batted in. Howard also had one error in the field. Pinch Runner, Shannon Stuart, also brought in a run for the Redhawks along with Pinch Runner, Cassie Peterson. Center Fielder, Allison Zobel, also accomplished one run for the Redhawks along with one hit, two walks and one stolen base. First Baseman, Kelsi Upah, gained eight put outs in the field along with one run, one hit, two runs batted in and the only homerun for the Redhawks. Short Stop, Sydney Fehr, had three hits, two of which where doubles and two stolen bases. Fehr was also the relief pitcher and had four earned runs, one strike out, four hits and one save while on the mound. Fehr also had a successful five put outs while in the field. Left Fielder, Erin Herink, was up to bat four times and achieved two hits and one run batted in. In the field, Herink had two needed put outs. Second Baseman, Chelsea Dinsdale, aided the victory with three put outs and three assists. The Redhawks played hard and well together, gaining them a great victory.

North Tama Girls Softball at Clarksville 5-3

The North Tama Girls Softball team came out victorious at Clarksville in a conference game on June 11. First Baseman, Kelsi Upah, played incredibly well in the field with a total of 12 put outs. Upah also had one hit while batting. Short Stop, Morgan Halupnick, gained a point for the Redhawks with one run along with two hits and three stolen bases. Halupnick also had one put out while in the field. Pitcher, Syndey Fehr, also played very well while pitching the entire game with three earned runs, four strike outs, four hits and one win. Fehr also was up to bat three times gaining one run for the Redhawks along with a double and one stolen base. Fehr also had four needed assist while on the mound. Right Fielder, Amanda Howard, gained one run along with two hits, one of which was a double, two runs batted in and a needed homerun for the Redhawks. Howard also had one put out while in the field. Center Fielder, Allison Zobel, also gained a run and a double with batting. Zobel also had two put outs while in the field. Third Baseman, Amanda Hoeg, had one run batted in along with two assist in the field. Catcher, Alex Oletski, had one hit and one run batted in. While Oletski was in the field she had three put outs and one assist. Pinch Runner, Lillian Howard put a point on the score board for the Redhawks with a run. Second Baseman, Chelsea Dinsdale, had two put outs while in the field along with two assists. The Redhawks gained another successful victory with all their hard work.

North Tama Girls Softball vs. Tripoli 3-1

The North Tama Redhawks Girls Softball team does it again with yet another confrence victory. The Redhawks played against Tripoli at home and had a great victory with 3-1. Right Fielder, Amanda Howard, played a great game with one run, two hits, one of which was a double, a run batted in and one stolen base. Howard also had two put outs while in the field. Pinch Hitter, Lillian Howard, succefully contributed to the victory with one run and one hit. Third Baseman, Amanda Hoeg, also contributed to the Redhawk's victory with one run as well along with one walk and one stolen base. Hoeg also had one put out, three assists and one error while in the field. Pitcher, Morgan Halupnick, had another good day on the mound having no earned runs, three strike outs, only three hits and one win. Halupnick also contributed in the field with two assists. Halupnick was not the only one having a good day on the mound, Relief Pitcher, Sydney Fehr, also had no earned runs with two strike outs, only one hit and one save. As well as doing a great job on the mound, Fehr also had one put out, two assists and only one error. Fehr also had one hit while up to bat. Left Fielder, Erin Herink, did a great job while up to bat, with one hit contributing to one run batted in along with a stole base. Herink also had one put out while in the field. First Baseman, Kelsi Upah, did another great job while in the field by stopping seven players from passing first base. Upah also had one hit and one walk while up to bat. Second Baseman, Chelsea Dinsdale, played a good game while in the field with three put outs and one assist. Catcher, Alex Oletski, successfully made two hits and got one walk. In the field, Oletski contributed to the victory with four put outs, one assist and only one error. Pinch Runner, Shannon Stuart, stole one base while playing. Center Fielder, Allison Zobel, also contributed to the victory against Tripoli with two put outs while in the field.

North Tama Girls Softball at Colo-Nesco 5-4

The North Tama Redhawks Girls Softball team claims another victory. The Redhawks played at Colo-Nesco and came out victorious 5-4. Pitcher, Morgan Halupnick, had yet another good day on the mound. Halupnick had only three earned runs along with four strike outs, only five hits and one win. Halupnick also contributed at the bat with two hits, one run batted in and one stolen base. Halupnick also had four needed assists while on the mound. Left Fielder, Erin Herink, also had a successful game with two runs, two hits, one walk and one stolen base. Herink also contributed in the field with one put out. Third Baseman, Amanda Hoeg, had one run along with one hit, one HBP, one SAC, and one stolen base. Hoeg also had only one put out, two needed assists and only one error. Short Stop, Sydney Fehr, had a great day at the bat, with one run, one hit and two stolen bases. Fehr also did well in the field with two put outs and two assists. Pinch Runner, Kopriva, contributed to the Redhawks victory with one run. Catcher, Alex Oletski, had one hit which was a run batted in, and two walks. Oletski also had a great day in the field with five total put outs. First Baseman, Kelsey Upah, had one walk but while in the field had a total of nine put outs. Lillian Howard, had two stolen bases and one run batted in along with Right Fielder, Amanda Howard, who also had one walk. Second Baseman, Chelsea Dinsdale, hade one HBP along with two put outs in the field. Center Fielder, Allison Zobel, also contributed to the Redhawk's victory with one put out.

North Tama Redhawks Girls Softball at Gilbertville 4-3

The North Tama Girls Softball team brings in another conference win on June 21 against Don Bosco at Gilbertville. Pitcher, Sydney Fehr, played a good game on the mound with only two earned runs, nine hits, two strike outs and one win. Fehr also brought in a run for the Redhawks along with a double. Fehr also had an assist in the field. Right Fielder, Amanda Howard, also achieved a run along with a double and a run batted in. Howard also achieved three put outs while in the field. First Baseman, Kelsey Upah, also played a good game with one run along with a double. Upah also contributed to the victory with five put outs while on first. Pinch Runner, Shannon Stuart, was also a contributor to the victory against Don Bosco with one run. Third Baseman, Amanda Hoeg, did a great job playing the field with three put outs along with four successful assists. Hoeg also achieved one hit and one walk while batting. Catcher, Alex Oletski, played well in the field earning three put outs. Oletski also had one hit while batting. Second Baseman, Chelsea Dinsdale, achieved one put out along with an assist while batting. Center Fielder, Allison Zobel, had one hit along with one walk. Zobel also achieved one put out while playing the field. Left Fielder, Erin Herink, achieved one hit and stole one base while batting. Herink also earned a put out while playing in the field. Shortstop, Morgan Halupnick, played a great game in the field with four put outs along with one assist. Halupnick also contributed to the Redhawk's victory with a run batted in.

North Tama Redhawks Girls Softball vs. CAL 9-5

The North Tama Redhawks Girls Softball team bought in yet another conference game win against CAL, Latimer, at home. Starting Pitcher, Morgan Halupnick, had only one earned run, two strike outs, 13 hits and one win. Halupnick also scored two runs along with a run batted in and one walk. Halupnick also gained an assist while in the field. Relief Pitcher and Shortstop, Sydney Fehr, began to pitch in the last inning and had only one earned run along with two strike outs. Fehr also contributed to the confer-

 
 

 

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