Kats softball falls short against Stevensville, Corvallis

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The Wildkats came up short in a pair of road games last week against Stevensville and Corvallis.

“I thought we played well, we are just a young team and have some things to figure out,” head coach Dave Kehr said.

The Kats held leads in both contests, including in the sixth inning against Stevensville.

“We learned a lot and it was great to just get outside and play,” Kehr said.

The Kats will take on Libby at home Wednesday and are trying to reschedule their game against Browning for Friday.

Columbia Falls 200 204 0 — 8 9 2

Stevensville 230 203 x —10 11 5

W – Sarah Morrison. L – Trista Cowan.

Hits – Columbia Falls: Kaylee Ashe 2, Graceanne Sevesind 2, Ryley Kehr, Cowan, Raychel Hoerner, Jaydon Hamilton, Catie Murray; Stevi: Haley Kampka 4 (2 2B, HR), Syd Paul 3, Madison Sims 2 (2B), Kaylee Berning (3B), Jessie Newman.

RBI – Columbia Falls: Hamilton 2, Ashe, Cowan; Stevi: Kampka 6, Sims 3, Berning.

Columbia Falls 050 000 0 — 5 5 3

Corvallis 140 501 x — 11 12 3

W – Mariah Hickey. L – McKenna Rensel.

Hits – Columbia Falls: Kaylee Ashe 2, Graceanne Sevesind 2, Ryley Kehr (2B) Corvallis: Sammy Knapp 2 (2B), Reili Paddock 2, Kim Wright 2, Carla Soto 2, Ashlynn Nixon (HR), Hickey (2B), Ciera Jessop, Megan Bradshaw.

RBI – Columbia Falls: Jayden Hamilton 2, Raychel Hoerner, Catie Murray Corvallis: Nixon 3, Paddock 2, Knapp, Hickey, Wright, Bradshaw.

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