Mulberry Grove scored used 11 hits and four Vandalia errors to defeat the Lady Vandals, 11-1, on Tuesday.
Mulberry Grove scored once in the first inning, twice in both the second and third innings, then capped its scoring with six runs in the fourth.
The Lady Vandals were held to a double by Kelsey Swain and singles by Lindsey Dagen and Madison Click.
Swain took the loss, allowing 11 hits and four walks while striking out one.
Staunton 19, Vandalia 1
After scoring 10 runs in the first inning on Friday, Staunton cruised to a win over the Lady Vandals.
Sarah Bigelow had two of the Lady Vandals’ four hits, with one of those being a double. Mikayla Ruot also doubled, and Gracie Morrison had the other Vandalia hit.
Swain took the loss in three innings of work, striking out two while giving up 15 hits and one walk. Daryn Waddell pitched the final two innings, giving up four runs while walking three Staunton batters.
Shelbyville 18, Vandalia 3
Another 10-run outburst by an opponent spelled doom for the Lady Vandals at Shelbyville last Thursday.
The Lady Vandals were also held to four hits in this contest, two singles by Gracie Morrison and singles by Karlie Bright and Mikayla Ruot. Morrison had one RBI, and Bright scored two of the Vandalia runs, with Madison Click scoring the other.
Molly Kern took the loss, allowing 10 runs – with only one being earned – on seven hits and two walks. Kelsey Swain pitched the final three innings, giving up eight runs and five hits while striking two and walking two.
SEB 12, Vandalia 1
St. Elmo/Brownstown scored four times in the fifth inning to break open a close game on Saturday at Vandalia.
The Lady Bombers pounded out 15 hits, with Darby Moss, Baylee Scholes and Morgan Brown each having three. Brown’s three hits included a home run, the first of the year for SEB.
Scholes had four runs batted in, and Brown, Sydney Moss and Delaney Schulze each drove in two. Moss and Stephanie Calhoun drove in the other SEB runs.
Scholes pitched a five-hitter to pick up the win, striking out three batters without any walks.
Molly Kern was 2-for-3 for the Lady Vandals, and Mikayla Ruot, Kelsey Swain and Gracie Morrison each had one hit.
Swain went the distance for the Lady Vandals, recording three strikeouts and giving up 14 hits and one walk.
Altamont 15, Vandalia 5
After knotting the score at two after one inning, Altamont went on to score in every other inning, taking advantage of six Vandalia errors, to take the six-inning contest last Tuesday.
Vandalia scored twice in the first, once in the third and two more times in fifth.
Gracie Morrison led the Lady Vandals offensively with two hits, including a double, and two runs batted in. Lindsey Dagen, Karlie Bright, Madison Click, Kelsey Swain and Sarah Bigelow each had one hit.
Bigelow and Bright each scored twice and Dagen scored the other Vandalia run.
Swain gave up 11 hits, struck out three and walked three in taking the loss.
Centralia 24, Vandalia 0
Centralia scored six times in the first inning and 14 more in the third on their way to blanking the Lady Vandals last Wednesday.
Vandals was held to just one hit, a single by Karlie Bright.
Swain pitched 1 1/3 innings and Waddell the other 2 2/3. Swain gave up four hits and Waddell eight as the Lady Vandals committed four errors.
Odin 12, SEB 1
Odin scored 12 runs in the first three innings to take the five-inning game on Tuesday.
Morgan Brown scored the lone St. Elmo/Brownstown run in the fourth inning, with Baylee Scholes getting the RBI. Brown, Stephanie Calhoun and Jenna Long had the three SEB hits.
Tessa Philpot took the loss, giving up 11 runs on four hits and eight walks in two innings of work. Scholes pitched the final three innings, allowing just one hit while striking out one and walking three.
St. Anthony 15, SEB 5
Effingham St. Anthony rapped 17 hits in coasting to victory at home on Monday.
St. Elmo/Brownstown was held to two hits by Kyrstyn Fitch, and one hit by Philpot, Morgan Brown, Sydney Moss and Jenna Long.
Scholes took the loss for SEB.
Pana 7, SEB 4
St. Elmo/Brownstown was held scoreless in the first five innings, and that spelled the difference in the loss at the Nokomis Tournament on Saturday.
Pana took a 5-2 lead into the seventh inning, then scored two insurance runs in the final stanza.
Darby Moss led SEB with two hits, and Kyrstyn Fitch, Stephanie Calhoun, Audriana Pruett and Morgan Brown each had one hit.
Pruett drove in two of the SEB runs, and Darby Moss and Sydney Moss each had one RBI.
Scholes went the distance in the loss, striking out two and walking three while giving up seven hits.
SEB 7, Neoga 6
St. Elmo/Brownstown jumped out to a 7-2 lead, then held off Neoga on Friday to improve to 4-10.
Audriana Pruett’s three hits included two doubles, and she drove in two runs. Morgan Brown also had two hits, and Tessa Philpot and Stephanie Calhoun each had a double.
Kyrstyn Fitch and Baylee Scholes added singles to the attack.
Scholes picked up her fourth win of the year, giving up seven hits, striking out four and walking two.
SEB 8, Ramsey 4
A three-run fifth inning gave the Lady Bombers the win last
Darby Moss, Baylee Scholes, Tessa Philpot, Morgan Brown and Sydney Moss each had two hits for SEB, with one of Brown’s hits being a triple. Moss and Scholes each drove in two runs.
Stephanie Calhoun, Kyrstyn Fitch and Jenna Long each had one hit for SEB.
Scholes picked up the win, giving up nine hits while striking out five and walking one.
Flora 10, South Central 0
South Central was limited to four hits on the shutout last Wednesday afternoon.
Abby King had two singles for the Lady Cougars, and Mia Campbell and Sidney Wilkins each had one.
King took the loss, giving up nine runs on eight hits, and Kanady Grzegorek pitched the final inning.