Class 3A seventh ranked Douglass remained unbeaten Monday night as they traveled to Wichita Trinity to participate in the opening ceremonies of the dedication of the new softball field at the Academy.
Douglass took both games, a 6-1 win in game one with sophomore Alicia Dunagan on the mound, then came back to defeat the hosts 21-2 in game two behind a good performance from freshman Lexi Sanbourn.
Game one was much closer than the final, with the Bulldog girls scoring on a couple errors to get things going. But you can read the complete game story on the Varsity Kansas web site or in the print edition of the Wichita Eagle on Tuesday.
Douglass moves to 8-0 for the season and more than likely remains in the top 10 for Class 3A.
Other action saw McPherson put the stops on the powerful Augusta offense in game one, winning 8-4 with all but two runs for both teams being scored in the first two innings. Kylie Westbrooks was 3-4 for the Orioles while M. Kirk was 2-3 at the plate. Madison Hoffman took the win on the mound for the Bullpups, with all four runs being earned.
Game two saw an leadoff walk, followed by an error set up a single by Katie Nordman to load score one for the orioles before Alexson tripled to right to score two more. A sac fly and a single would score an additional two to start the game for the Orioles. Mac would get two back in the bottom of the first, but could only score once more as the Orioles finished it off in five. Nordman, Eberhart, Phillips and Hinnenkamp all had multiple hit game for the visitors.
It appears Buhler lost a pair to Andale with both being by shutout and Clearwater swept El Dorado on the road in an attempt to keep their spot in the rankings.
Hovpen Sports took several photos at the Douglass vs Trinity game which can all be viewed at Hovpen Photo Shop