Norfolk High softball still alive after first day of A-4 District Tournament at Gretna

The Norfolk High softball team is still alive and kicking after the first day of the A-4 District Tournament at Gretna. 

The Lady Panthers dropped their opening contest to Grand Island 6-2.  Norfolk had won three of four games over GI previously.  The Lady Panthers then routed Lincoln High 19-1 and beat Lincoln Pius X 9-7 in elimination games.  Brandy Unger was the pitcher of decision in all three contests and offensively had six hits and two home runs on the day.  Norfolk is now 23-13 on the season and scheduled to play the loser of Gretna and Grand Island at 1:00 Saturday in another elimination game.

Game 1

 

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Grand Island

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11

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Norfolk 

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6

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LP- Brandy Unger 1 ⅔ IP, 3 Runs, 5 Hits, 2 Ks

Norfolk- Skylar Hopkins 2-3, Jade Koch 1-3 (Triple), Makenna Waldow 1-4, Sydney Rader 1-2, Brandy Unger 1-3

Game 2

 

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Norfolk 

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10

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19

19

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Lincoln High

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0

1

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x

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x

1

2

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WP- Brandy Unger 3 IP, 1 Run, 2 Hits, 5 Ks

Norfolk- Makenna Waldow 4-4(Dbl), Taylor Schmidt 2-3(Dbl), Sydney Rader 3-3(Dbl), Paeton Coler 3-3(2 Dbls), Natalia Linn 1-2(HR), Brandy Unger 2-3(Dbl), Jade Koch 1-2(HR), Ellie Schwede 1-2, Skylar Hopkins 1-1(Dbl) Bailey Bernstrauch 1-1

Game 3

 

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Norfolk 

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9

13

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Lincoln Pius 

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7

11

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WP- Brandy Unger 7 IP, 11 Hits, 7 Runs, 9 Ks

Norfolk- Makenna Waldow 1-4(Dbl), Taylor Schmidt 2-4(Dbl), Sydney Rader 2-4, Paeton Coler 1-3, Natalia Linn 1-4(Dbl), Brandy Unger 3-4(2 HR), Skylar Hopkins 1-4, Jade Koch 1-4, Bailey Bernstrauch 1-3

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