Girls softball team finds its bats on the road

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The Columbia Falls girls softball team had an up and down week on the road.

They lost to Polson last Tuesday 7-4, but bounced back to crush Class B Ronan 21-0 on Thursday. At the Belgrade tourney over the weekend, they went 0-2 in the first day, but evened the bill with a 14-0 thrashing of Hardin and a 4-3 win over Dillon. The girls are now 3-5 on the season.

Box scores weren’t available from the Belgrade tourney, though the one loss came at the hands of Belgrade, which remains undefeated on the season.

The girls found their bats against Ronan, racking up 13 hits in a game shortened to four innings because of the 10-run rule. Pitcher KJ Schweikert kept Ronan hitless.

Sydney Hovde had a home run against the Lady Maidens and knocked two dingers in the loss to Polson.

The Kats face Frenchtown on the road Thursday and then finally play at home Saturday in a doubleheader against Stevensville and Corvallis. The varsity start against Corvallis is 1 p.m. and Stevi is 5 p.m.

Columbia Falls 21, Ronan 0

Columbia Falls 540 (12) – 21 13 2

Ronan 000 0 – 0 0 3

K.J. Schweikert, Brayton Carpenter and Hannah Freeman. Marissa Mock, Madison Clairmont (2) and Regan Clairmont.

Columbia Falls (1-3) – Kaylee Ashe 0-1, Tori Briscoe 1-1, Hannah Freeman 0-3, Sydney Hovde 3-3, Kennedy Payne 1-1, Peyton Kehr 1-3, K.J. Schweikert 3-3, Brayton Carpenter 1-1, Taylar Putnam 1-1, Trista Cowen 1-3, Rachel Hoerner 0-0, Kaylene Volkman 1-1, Ryley Kehr 0-2.

Ronan (0-2) – Regan Clairmont 0-2, Madison Clairmont 0-2, Kaitlyn Santos 0-0, Brooklyn Kenelty 0-1, Marissa Mock 0-2, Jaylyn Hakes 0-1, Ysabelle Burland 0-1, Melanie Adams 0-2, Lanissa Mahkuk 0-1, Taylor Tobol 0-0.

2B – Briscoe, Hovde. 3B – Volkman. HR – Hovde.

Polson 7, Columbia Falls 4

C. Falls 100 201 0 – 4 7 0

Polson 410 101 X – 7 12 1

K.J. Schweikert and Hannah Freeman. Haley Fyant, Camas Renault (5), Fyant (7) and Ashley Benson. W – Fyant. L – Schweikert.

Columbia Falls (0-3, 0-1) – Schweikert 1-4, Freeman 0-4, Sydney Hovde 2-3, Peyton Kehr 1-3, Taylor Putman 1-4, Trista Cowan 1-3, Kaylee Ashe 1-3, Ryley Kehr 0-3, Kaylene Volkman 0-2.

Polson (2-2, 1-0) – Kaelyn Smith 2-4, Laurel Bitterman 4-4, Hannah Fryberger 1-3, Fyant 1-3, Benson 1-4, Breyland McColl 1-2, Renault 0-1, Quinn Motichka 1-3, Paige Noyes 1-2, Rhiley Big Beaver 0-1, Natasha Gravelle 0-2.

2B – Schweikert, Cowan; Bitterman, Motichka. HR – Hovde 2. RBIs – Cowan, Ashe, Hovde; Bitterman, Fyant 2, Benson, McColl, Motichka.

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