ACCC goes 1-2 in Classic games

Register Sports Editor

Register/Jocelyn Sheets
Allen County Community College’s Chalice Schmollinger keeps her eye on base runners during a home game. The Red Devils are 7-13 for the season.

Allen County Community College’s softball team finished up play in the Midwest Classic Sunday. The Red Devils claimed a victory but lost two games on the second day of action.
The Red Devils were 1-5 for the tournament. They are 7-13 overall.
Allen County had a home doubleheader scheduled Tuesday with Ellsworth (Iowa) but it was postponed. The Red Devils are at Crowder College today.
At Broken Arrow, Okla., Sunday, freshman Jenna Wendt pitched a complete game for ACCC in a 2-1 victory. The Red Devils defeated Sauk Valley (Ill.).
Wendt scattered six hits and five walks over seven innings of work. She struck out five batters.
Allen County scored a run in the first inning. Dana Stephenson singled, stole second and scored on a ground-out by Kristina Popejoy.
Sauk Valley tied the game in the fifth inning. Allen County scored the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth.
Autumn Lamle drew a walk and Chalice Schmollinger reached on an error. Kassie Summers singled then Terra Woods reached on a fielder’s choice. With one gone, Stephenson delivered an RBI single.
Stephenson and Shawna Blakesley each had two singles in the game. Schmollinger doubled and Summers singled.
Allen County dropped a 4-2 decision to St. Charles College (Mo.). Brianne Campbell was the losing pitcher, giving up seven hits and walking one.
Stephenson led the ACCC offense with two singles and a triple. Popejoy had two singles. Hitting a single each were Whitney Sullivan, Jordan Talley, Woods and Summers.
Rose State (Okla.) powered past Allen County 8-1. Wendt and Sullivan pitched for ACCC, surrendering seven hits, four walks and hitting two batters.
Sullivan had a triple and a single. Stephenson hit two singles and Summers had a base hit.