Kats drop Polson, 5-1

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  • Teammates hug Hannah Freeman after she hit a home run to put Columbia Falls ahead over Polson Tuesday night in Columbia Falls. The Wildkats won 5-1.

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    Columbia Falls catcher Hannah Freeman just misses a pop-up in front of the plate against Polson. Freeman had a home run to help lead the Wildkats to a win over conference rival Polson Tuesday night in Columbia Falls.

  • Teammates hug Hannah Freeman after she hit a home run to put Columbia Falls ahead over Polson Tuesday night in Columbia Falls. The Wildkats won 5-1.

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    Columbia Falls catcher Hannah Freeman just misses a pop-up in front of the plate against Polson. Freeman had a home run to help lead the Wildkats to a win over conference rival Polson Tuesday night in Columbia Falls.

Columbia Falls went 2-1 at the LaVerne Combo tourney over the weekend in Butte.

The Wildkats dropped Huntley Project 8-6 on Friday.

KJ Schweikert belted a home run and pitched the win in the victory.

On Saturday, the Wildkats gave up four runs in the seventh to lose to Corvallis, 6-3, but they dropped Stevensville 6-1.

Trista Cowan had two RBIs in the win. Schweikert gave up just two hits on the mound.

The Wildkats regular season wraps up this week with a schedule that will define their season.

After a slow start, the Kats are batting much better.

On Tuesday they beat conference rival Polson, 5-1. Hannah Freeman had solo home run, a double and threw out a Polson player leaning too far off of first base from her catcher position. Schweikert allowed just five hits. Peyton Kehr stole home on a passed ball and Kaylene Volkman nabbed a great catch in right field to squash a Polson rally.

A pair of wins over Frenchtown and Polson would put the Kats at 4-2 in conference play.

Both squads beat the Kats earlier this year.

Corvallis 6, Columbia Falls 3

Corvallis 000 002 4 – 6 7 1

C. Falls 020 001 0 – 3 5 3

Ashlyn Nixon and Kambrey Powell. Savvy Ellis and Raychel Hoerner. W – Nixon. L – Ellis.

Corvallis – Powell 2-4, Kim Wright 0-4, Nixon 2-3, Maria Hickey 1-3, Katelyn Irwin 2-3, Kayla Fields 0-3, Megan Bradshaw 0-3, Cierra Jessop 0-4, Mika Walker 0-3.

C. Falls – Kaylee Ashe 1-3, Ryley Kehr 1-3, Trista Cowan 0-3, Raychel Hoerner 0-3, G. Sevensen 1-3, Catie Murray 1-3, Brayton Carpenter 1-3, Savvy Ellis 0-3, K. Kenis 0-2.

2B – Nixon, Murray. Kehr. 3B – Nixon. HR – Ashe. RBIs – Nixon, Fields. Ashe, Murray.

Columbia Falls 6, Stevensville 2

Stevensville 001 000 1 – 2 2 3

C. Falls 301 011 x – 6 8 0

Sarah Morrison and Dani Trangmoe. K.J. Schweikert and Hannah Freeman. W – Schweikert. L – Morrison.

Stevensville (4-1) – Syd Paul 1-4, Mikayla Newman 0-2, Haley Kampka 0-1, Callie Lendman 0-0, Kaylee Berning 0-1, Trangmoe 0-2, Makayla Davids 1-2, Cheyanna Jordan 0-2, Sam Hambrick 0-3, Cassi Kopsa 0-3.

C. Falls (5-6) – Kaylee Ashe 1-3, Freeman 0-4, Schweikert 1-4, Syd Hovde 2-4, Trista Cowan 2-4, Peyton Kehr 2-4, Taylar Putnam 0-1, Kaylene Volkman 0-3, Ryley Kehr 0-3.

2B – Ashe, Hovde, Cowan. RBIs – Kopsa. Hovde, Cowan 2, Kehr, Volkman.

Polson 010 000 0 — 1 5 1

Columbia Falls 001 130 x — 5 11 0

Haley Fyant and Ashley Benson. KJ Schweikert and Hannah Freeman.

POLSON — Kaelyn Smith 0-4, Laurel Bitterman 0-3, Hannah Fryberger 0-2, Fyant 0-2, Benson 2-3, Camas Renault 1-2, Quinn Motichka 0-3, Kaylanna Desjarlais 0-3, Paige Noyes 1-2, Natasha Gravelle 1-1.

COLUMBIA FALLS — Kaylee Ashe 0-4, Peyton Kehr 2-4, KJ Schweikert 3-4, Trista Cowan 0-2, Syd Hovde 0-2, Freeman 2-2, Taylar Putnam 1-3, Kaylene Volkman 2-3, Kennedy Payne 1-3.

2B—Kehr, Freeman, Putnam. HR—Freeman. RBIs—Noyes. Schweikert, Freeman 2, Putnam.

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