LITTLE RIVER — It was a mixed bag for Moundridge’s softball team on Tuesday as it competed against Remington and Little River in a triangular.
Remington dropped a 15-4 loss on Moundridge in the opener. Jadah Moore got on base three times for the Wildcats, two times with hits.
The Wildcats bounced back to gain a split of the day with a 17-4 victory over Little River. Chelsey Knight had a monster game with three doubles and a single, while picking up the win on the mound.
“Chelsey Knight pitched a good game,” MHS coach Aaron Annis said. “I was very happy how she was able to keep the hitters off-balance all throughout the game. Our hitting was much better.”
Zaelynn Foth also was immense with four hits. Ellen Durst and Taylon Potts added three apiece and Brynn Wedel had two as MHS collected 17 in the game. Ciara Lehman had three hits and two RBIs to lead Little River.
No score was available on the Little River-Remington game.