BENNINGTON — Moundridge’s Jadah Moore had what amounted to a month’s worth of statistics in just four innings on Monday.
The Moundridge slugger had a mind-boggling game, going 5 for 5 with three homers and a whopping 10 RBIs, which certainly has to be some kind of school or state record.
She also had 18 total bases, which will have to send the statisticians also scurrying for the record books.
She keyed a 28-4 rout of Bennington. Game 2 was postponed because of rain and the Bulldogs probably were thankful for that.
“The bats came alive today,” MHS coach Aaron Annis said. “We came ready to play tonight. The team did everything right to get them the win. I was very pleased with Jadah Moore’s hitting. She swung the bat with authority.”
Also for the Wildcats, Chesley Knight was 3 for 4 with three RBIs and a homer. Those with two hits included Zaelynn Foth, Brynne Wedel, Taylon Potts and McKayla Waltner.
Knight was the winning pitcher.