MOUNDRIDGE — Moundridge’s experience overwhelmed youthful programs Little River and Remington in triangular softball action on Tuesday.
The Wildcats needed only three innings to win the opener, scoring nine in the first, six in the second and two in the third for a 17-2 rout of Little River.
Offensive leaders for MHS were Emily Knight (homer, three RBIs), Chelsey Knight (two hits, three runs scored), Michelle Schrag (two RBIs), Jadah Moore (three RBIs, two hits, two runs) and Bethany Stucky (two RBIs).
Elizabeth Ratzlaff threw a three-inning no-hitter for the victory on the hill.
Moundridge scored 18 first-inning runs in Game 2 on its way to a 21-0 whitewash of Remington.
Leaders were Chelsey Knight (three RBIs, two hits, two runs scored), Emily Knight (two RBIs, three runs scored), Schrag (two hits, two runs scored, two RBIs), Ratzlaff (two hits, two RBIs, three runs scored), Moore (three hits, three runs scored, two RBIs), Brynne Wedel (three runs scored, two hits, two RBIs) and Stucky (two hits, two runs scored, two RBIs).
Emily Knight gave up one hit in three innings for the win.
Moundridge has now won four straight to even its record at 4-4.