The Ridge View softball team got back into Western Valley Conference action again on Monday night against Lawton-Bronson and came away with a hard fought 4-3 victory, winning on a base hit by freshmen Kaitlin Wulf with two outs in the bottom of 7th inning. The Raptors played errorless ball and got good pitching from Jaime Christensen, who pitched all seven innings and gave up three runs on eight hits . Christensen struck out four batters and walked no one.
Leading the way at the plate for Ridge View were Brea Slaybaugh, who went 3-4 with a double, scored two runs and had two stolen bases; Emily Schiernbeck, who also went 2-4 with a double and had one RBI; Ashley Buell, who went 1-3 and had a double and an RBI, and Kaitlin Wulf, who went 1-4 with a double with an RBI.
Ridge View coach Scott Phelps said that the coaches were happy with the effort and how the kids are progressing as the season moves along. "We are still pushing for the kids to be consistent with their play, but it is coming. " he said.
The Raptors took on Kingsley-Pierson Tuesday night in Kingsley in WVC action.