Jun. 7—Calley Olson would possibly perhaps perhaps now not possess had a severely greater day than the one she had Friday.

The Bloomer softball participant started things off by pitching a 5-inning no-hitter in the Blackhawks’ 10-0 have over Weyauwega-Fremont, hitting a triple and a homer to wait on her motive offensively. Then she followed with four hits — including two doubles and a home creep — in Bloomer’s 16-2 have in Game 2 to entire a doubleheader sweep.

In the no-hitter, she struck out 13 batters while strolling accurate one.

Tori Jenneman added a home creep in Game 1, and Emily Kuehl tallied six RBIs in Game 2. Kylee Sedlacek had four hits and three RBIs in Game 2.

Chase-off winners

The main have of the Eau Claire Explicit’ season came in wild model on Friday evening.

Henry George knocked a stroll-off single to left field, scoring Ryan Lin-Peistrup to provide the Explicit a 9-8 have over Mankato at Carson Park.

The stroll-off capped a wild, help-and-forth affair against the MoonDogs. The Explicit ran out to a 6-1 lead by the fourth inning sooner than Mankato started a slack rally.

The MoonDogs scored seven runs at some stage in the closing four frames, including two in the tip of the ninth to foil a establish replacement for Eau Claire.

The Explicit got the closing creep they wanted when Lin-Peistrup turned into as soon as hit by a pitch in the underside of the ninth and progressed to second and third on a pair of errant pitches.

George took care of the relaxation.

Mason on target

Haley Mason’s aim turned into as soon as accurate on Saturday.

The Chippewa Falls soccer participant netted a hat trick to handbook the Cardinals to a 3-2 nonconference victory over Holmen. She struck twice in the first half and as soon as in the second.

Grace Ritzinger tallied two assists, and Jennah Johnson added any other. Mallory Colle made 5 saves in aim for Chi-Hi there.

Blugold alum reaches swim closing

UW-Eau Claire alumnus Collin Miller had a memorable expertise at america Swimming Olympic Trials on Saturday.

The customary Blugold progressed out of the prelims in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke at some level of the Wave I meet. He placed 16th total in the match with a time of 1: 03.19.

Hilltoppers have marathon

Glenwood City and Elk Mound were on the softball field an extraordinarily lengthy time on Friday.

The Hilltoppers made it count, scoring thrice in the tip of the 11th inning to defeat the Mounders 7-4.

Maddie Oehlke pitched all 11 frames to get the have, and had three hits at the plate. McKenna Diermeier pitched an entire sport for the Mounders and turned into as soon as 3 for six with a double and two triples offensively.

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