The Crowder Lady Roughriders rebounded from a pair of losses Friday to Three Rivers with a pair of victories Sunday at home against St. Charles, 15-1 and 10-1 both games over in five innings.
In the 15-1 win, Crowder scored two runs in the first, four in the second, and nine in the third, while St. Charles pushed across its lone run in the first.
The Lady ‘Riders collected their 15 runs on 14 hits.
Baylor Miles, Daryan Torix, Kenzie Kallio, Kenzi Spurgin, and Theresa Collins each had two hits and Miles hit two doubles and Torix, Kallio, Spurgin, Kristen Wade, and Collins each doubled. Torix tripled.
Miles drove in four runs, Jordan Gartman and Spurgin each drove in two, and Torix, Kallio, Wade, and Lexi McClellan each drove in one.
Spurgin stole three bases and Kallio and Miles each picked up a steal.
Maddie Massanelli earned the win in the circle, allowing one run (unearned) on three hits over three innings. She struck out one and walked none.
Neosho High graduate Cloe Neece pitched two scoreless innings and allowed one hit and struck out one and walked none.
In the 10-1 win, Crowder scored three in the first, two in the third, two in the fourth, and three in the fourth to end it in walkoff style after St. Charles pushed across its lone run in the top of the fifth.
Wade had three hits and three RBI with a double and a triple among her three hits. Torix, Kallio, Spurgin, Makaila Leonhart, Gartman, and McClellan each had one of the other six Crowder hits.
Torix also tripled and Spurgin and Leonhart also doubled.
Spurgin had two RBI and Kallio, Leonhart, Gartman, and Kai Redus each drove in a run. Kallio and Gartman each pushed across runs with sacrifice flies.
Kylah Clark earned the victory, allowing one run (earned) on three hits over five innings. She had three strikeouts and no walks.
After the first win Sunday, Crowder head coach John Sisemore earned his 200th career victory as Crowder softball coach.
In the first loss Friday against Three Rivers, 5-4 in 10 innings, Crowder earned a 2-all tie with a run in the seventh. In extras, Crowder and Three Rivers each scored two in the eighth, then Three Rivers earned the win in the bottom of the 10th.
Miles and Collins each homered for Crowder, while Kallio doubled. The Lady ‘Riders collected nine hits.
Collins drove in two runs and Leonhart and Miles each picked up RBI.
In the second loss Friday, Crowder fell behind 10-0 after two innings — Three Rivers plated eight runs in the second — but the Lady ‘Riders scored one in the third, three in the fourth, one in the fifth, and two in the seventh to make it a more interesting game.
Miles homered and Torix and Spurgin each doubled to highlight Crowder’s 10-hit attack, while Collins and Miles each drove in two runs and Leonhart and Morgan Montgomery each picked up RBI.
Spurgin and Redus each stole two bases, while Alexis Lowrance, Collins, and Torix each had steals.
Crowder (28-9) returns to action Thursday and Friday, weather permitting, on the road against North Central and MCC-Maple Woods, respectively.
The Lady ‘Riders do not return home until April 7 with a doubleheader against State Fair.