The Crowder Lady Roughriders split a Sunday doubleheader at home against Three Rivers, losing the first game 10-2 in six innings and salvaging the split with a 14-6 win in five innings.

Crowder hosts, weather permitting, State Fair on Tuesday, a doubleheader rescheduled from a snowy Saturday morning. The Lady ‘Riders are 35-10 on the season.

In the 14-6 win Sunday, Crowder scored five runs in the first, four in the second, three in the third, and one each in the fourth and fifth, while Three Rivers managed three in the first and one each in the second, third, and fifth.

Kristen Wade and Baylor Miles combined for just over half of Crowder’s 13 hits with four by the former and three by the latter. Lexi McClellan had two hits, while Kenzie Kallio, Daryan Torix, Theresa Collins, and Jordan Gartman each had one hit to round out the hit parade. Miles smacked a pair of doubles, while Wade also doubled.

Miles drove in four runs, Gartman three, Collins and Torix two each, and Wade and Makaila Leonhart one each. Miles and Wade each scored three runs, McClellan and Kallio each scored twice, and Kenzi Spurgin and Collins each scored one run.

Meanwhile, on the bases, Crowder stole nine bases, with three for McClellan, two each for Kallio and Miles, and one each for Spurgin and Wade.
Maddie Massanelli earned the win, allowing six runs (four earned) on nine hits over five innings. She struck out three and walked none.

Crowder roughed up four different Three Rivers pitchers in the victory.

Meanwhile, in the opener Sunday, it was Three Rivers who did the roughing up, scoring one run in the first, second, and sixth topped off with seven in the third and holding Crowder to two in the first.

The Lady ‘Riders managed only four hits against Summer Shockley, who improved to 15-3 on the season. She struck out six and walked four.
Spurgin led Crowder with two hits and Leonhart and McClellan each had one. Leonhart plated Torix and Spurgin with a two-run single.

Former Neosho High standout and Crowder freshman Cloe Neece allowed nine runs (eight earned) on 10 hits over two innings. She struck out and walked two each.

Emma Hill allowed one run (unearned) on two hits over four innings and she struck out four and walked none.

On Wednesday, in Bentonville, Crowder swept Ecclesia 21-0 and 11-0, both in five innings.

In the 21-0 win, Neece allowed only two hits and struck out six and walked none.

Meanwhile, offensively, Crowder collected 17 hits with three each from Kallio and Eila Infante, two each from McClellan, Carlee Silverest, and A.J. Downey, and one each from Spurgin, Miles, Torix, Wade, and Alexis Lowrance. McClellan homered, Spurgin tripled, and Wade and Silverest each doubled.

McClellan drove in five runs, while Downey plated four, Kallio three, Infante two, and Spurgin, Wade, Morgan Montgomery, Lowrance, and Taylor Mathis one each.

Kallio and McClellan each scored three runs, while Montgomery, Lowrance, Downey, and Infante each scored twice and Maggy Rieschick, Spurgin, Miles, Mathis, Silverest, and Kai Redus each scored once.

In the 11-0 win, former East Newton standout Mathis earned the victory, allowing only a pair of hits over four innings and striking out three and walking one.

Lowrance pitched a scoreless, hitless fifth with two strikeouts and no walks.

Offensively, Crowder produced 14 hits with two each for Kallio, Spurgin, Gartman, and Montgomery and one each for Torix, Collins, Redus,

McClellan, Infante, and Neece. Torix, Collins, and Gartman each homered, while Kallio, Spurgin, Gartman, Redus, Montgomery, and Neece each doubled.

Torix earned four RBI, Collins two, and Spurgin, Gartman, Montgomery, and Infante one each.