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Published: Friday, April 25, 2014 3:17 p.m. CDT

Rockridge 12, St. Bede 1: Losing pitcher Breanna Lau and Emily Draper each had two hits for the Lady Bruins in defeat Thursday in Three Rivers South play at Rockridge. Morgan Knoblauch added one hit with a stolen base.

Streator 5, Princeton 1: All the scoring was done in the sixth inning of Thursday’s nonconference play at Streator with the Lady Bulldogs’ five spot making the difference. Abby Jaques hit a solo shot for the Tigresses (6-8).

PHS pitcher Madison Menzel, pitched five scoreless innings before being touched for five in the sixth. She scattered eight hits with four walks and seven strikeouts.

“It was a good game,” Princeton coach Bob James told the Ottawa Times. “We’ve been struggling defensively, so I’m really proud of the kids for playing good defense against Streator, who always has a tough team and hits well. We’ve got to score more than that to compete, but I’m proud of our effort.

“Credit (Streator). They covered a little more of the plate than we did, and they made us pay for it.”Mendota 13, Winnebago 7: Brooke Carroll had four hits out of the leadoff hole and Mary Wackerlin added two hits and two RBIs for the Lady Trojans in Big Northern play at home Tuesday.

Hiawatha 9, LaMoille/Ohio 6: The Lady Lions scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh, including a two-run triple by Rae Schultz, but came up short at home Thursday.

Alana Cherry and Myrah Graham had two hits each for the Lady Lions.

Sherrard 8, Hall 1: The visiting Tigers won Thursday’s Three Rivers South battle at Hall.

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