EIAC Softball Roundup


East Central’s Montana Plymale tossed six shutout innings in the circle on Friday against Shelbyville. The Lady Bears singled in a run in the bottom of the seventh to defeat the Lady Trojans 1-0. Plymale finished with 6.2 IP and three strikeouts. The EC offense was unable to get on base except for Emily Klemm, the senior drew a walk and singled. Sophomore Delaney Donawerth picked up a double for EC.

The Lady Trojans will host back-to-back games to start the week, they host Batesville tonight at 5:30 and New Palestine Tuesday at 6pm.


The Lady Spartans split a pair of games with a Thursday loss to Yorktown, and a Saturday win over Lawrence North. Shelby Wolski was in the circle for CHS against Yorktown and picked up the loss. She had 10 K’s but gave up four hits and walked six. Connersville out hit the Lady Tigers 7-4, and the game was tied 2-2 going into the seventh inning,  but Yorktown put up three runs giving them a 5-2 lead. Sara Ruble blasted a two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh to pull CHS within a run, but a popout on the next at bat ended the game.

Connersville got a big win on Saturday and another homerun, this time from MeKenna Lucas who was three for five at the plate in the contest. Baylie Spurlock scored three runs and picked up two RBI’s. Kindred Conley got the Win for Connersville, she pitched 5.1 innnings with seven strikeout’s, Avery Dungan finished the game with two strikeouts in her 1.2 innings of work. Second basemen Bre Brock collected four hits in the game, and Ruble finished with three steals, four other Lady Spartans finished with a steal (Brock,Spurlock,Jade Green, and Taegan Glaub) in the win over Lawrence North.

CHS will host Rushville this evening at 5:30 for an EIAC matchup.


The Lady Tigers won both games in a double header against Rushville on Saturday. Game one was a pitchers’ duel with Rushville’s Stacey Roberts going the distance for the Lady Lions and Ava Hall getting the start for LHS, Courtney Sauntry picked up two innings of relief work for the Lady Tigers.

Jill Cavanaugh got the scoring started with a solo homerun to centerfield for Lawrenceburg in the bottom of the third inning. Roberts got Rushville on the board in the fourth inning with an RBI double knocking in Molly Zachery, and Roberts scored on a Kylie Gray line drive to put Rushville up 2-1. The Lady Tigers added two more runs in the bottom of the sixth inning with Hall picking up two RBI’s as Brooklyn Couch and Maci McAdams scored to win the game 3-2 for LHS.

In game two Lawrenceburg rocked the Rushville pitchers to a tune of 19 runs on 12 hits.  Sauntry and Hall teamed up again for the second contest with Hall tossing three innings in the circle and Sauntry getting the win after giving up three runs in two innings pitched. Couch nearly hit for the cycle just missing it, finishing without a single, she went three for five with five RBI’s and scored four runs in the 19-5 win. Junior’s Meghan Heinsman and Haylee Palmer each picked up three hits in the game. McAdams and Palmer both got a hat trick crossed home plate three times.

The Lady Tigers will face Franklin County this evening in Brookville while Rushville will travel to Connersville.



The Lady Knights got blanked twice this weekend. First a 12-0 loss to Brownsburg and then a 4-0 loss to Floyd Central have SD sitting at 4-2 on the season.


The Lady Cats routed their competition this weekend. A Friday night game brought Northeastern to town and sent them back to Wayne County with a 6-1 loss. Saturday FC shutout Centerville 5-0.

Josie Rolfes pitched the Friday game, going the complete seven innings for the win. Rolfes finished with 11 K’s, 1 Walk, 3 Hits allows, and one run allowed. Brooke Stang and Kensee Ferman both grabbed a pair of RBIs in the win. Stang also scored twice for FC.

Junior Bella Lee took the mound in the Saturday game for the Lady Cats, she finished with seven strikeouts, walked two, and allowed just four hits in the complete game shutout. Stang again led the offense with two runs scored, Maci Lake, Ferman, Kassidy Schell also added a run in the 5-0 win.


The Lady Pirates lost a double header to Columbus East this weekend, both games ended with a 7-1 score. Greensburg is now 1-3 on the season. Lydia Balser tossed three innings in the circle and had two strikeouts while not giving up a run. Kaydence Gates, three innings of work was the opposite, with seven runs allowed on 12 hits. Macy Simmonds knocked in Evvy Clevenger for the only GCHS run of the game.

The second game saw Columbus East go up 5-0 before the Lady Buc’s put a run on the board. Balser stole home in the top of the fifth inning, but the defense allowed another run in the both the fifth and sixth inning to lose 7-1 for the second game in a row.

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