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Ridge View girls split SB games

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Ridge View started off the week by suffering a tough 1-0 eight inning loss to Western Valley Conference rival River Valley, as the Raptors' Jaime Christensen took the tough loss on the mound, going 7 2/3 innings and giving up five hits and no earned runs with no walks and four strikeouts. Leading the way at the plate for Ridge View was Kaitlin Wulf, who went 2-3.

The Raptors then improved their overall mark to 7-7 and their conference mark to 4-4 with an 8-1 victory over Kingsley-Pierson at Galva.

Picking up the victory on the mound was Christensen, who threw seven innings and allowed six hits and one unearned run, walking three and striking out one. Kaitlin Wulf went 1-2 with one RBI and Christensen helped herself at the plate, going 1-1 with one RBI.

The next night, Ridge View defeated Boyer Valley,12-2, in six innings. The Raptors pounded out 16 hits as eight of their nine hitters had at least one hit. Getting the victory on the mound was Christensen, who pitched six innings and gave up three hits and two runs.

Leading the way at the plate for the Raptors were freshman Kaitlin Wulf, who went 2-4 with a double and had four RBI; Christensen, who went 3-3 with two RBI; freshman Dana Hustedt, who went 2-3 with a double; freshman Nicole Snyder, who went 3-4 with one RBI; and Ashley Buell, who went 2-4 with two RBI.

Ridge View came out on the short end, 6-5, in a tight game against Lawton-Bronson. Taking the loss on the mound was Christensen, who gave up five hits and three earned runs while walking three and striking out three. Christensen also led the way at the plate, as she went 3-3 with an RBI. Emily Schiernbeck, Kaitlin Wulf, Shannon Rohlk & Ashley Buell also drove in runs for the Raptors.

Christensen was the winning pitcher in a game against Aurelia, pitching a complete seven innings in the 8-3 non-conference win over the Bulldogs, as she gave up only two hits and one earned run. Dana Hustedt had a great night at the plate for Ridge View, going 2 for 4 with two doubles and three RBI. Nicole Snyder also went 2-4, with one RBI.

Over the weekend, Ridge View went 2-1 at the Central Calhoun County Softball Tournament to take second place. In their first game, Ridge View defeated Central Calhoun 3-1. Picking up the win on the mound was Christensen, who pitched four innings and gave up three hits and two walks while posting four strikeouts. Getting the save was Dana Hustedt , who pitched three innings and gave up two hits with no walks or strikeouts. Hustedt also led Raptors' hitters, going who went 2-4 with a double. Nicole Snyder also went 2-4, as did Emily Schiernbeck. Kaitlin Wulf, Jaime Christensen and Gretchen Kistenmacher all had RBI.

In their second game, Ridge View lost 7-6 to Twin River Valley. Taking the loss on the mound was Christensen, who threw seven innings, giving up seven runs on four hits with two earned runs. Christensen struck out seven and walked no one. Leading the way at the plate for Ridge View was Kaitlin Wulf, who went 1-4 with a double and had two RBI. Christensen went 1-1 with a double, Emily Schiernbeck went 1-4 with a double, and Victoria Andresen went 1-3 with an RBI.

In their third game, Ridge View defeated Laurens-Marathon by the score of 12-7. Picking up the victory on the mound was Christensen, who pitched six innings, giving up two hits and three runs on two walks and four strikeouts. Leading the way at the plate were Nicole Snyder, who went 3-5, including a double, with one RBI; Emily Schiernbeck, who went 2-5 with a triple and had four RBI; Jaime Christensen, who went 3-4, including a double, with an RBI; Kaitlin Wulf, who went 2-4 and Katie Boyle, who went 2-4 with two RBI.

On Monday, Ridge View (11-10) was defeated by Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto, 3-0. Taking the loss on the mound was Jaime Christensen, who pitched six innings and gave up three runs on six hits while walking one and striking out two. Kaitlin Wulf led the Raptor offense with a double.



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