W-F softball team started at 10-0
By Greg Seubert
After starting the season with 10 straight wins, the Weyauwega-Fremont softball team has lost three of its last four games.
Kewaskum and Winneconne handed the Indians nonconference losses, while Pacelli faced W-F in Weyauwega and returned home with a Central Wisconsin-8 Conference win.
Kewaskum 3, W-F 2
Winning pitcher Bre Trepes held the Indians to three hits April 30 in a four-team tournament in Weyauwega.
The Indians struck first in the top of the first inning, but Kewaskum took the lead for good with three runs in the fifth. W-F added another run in the sixth, but still came up a run short.
Kiley Akey took the loss for the Indians.
W-F 7, Manawa 0
The Indians opened the tournament with Cadyn Ehrenberg’s one-hitter against the Wolves.
W-F scored three runs in the fourth inning, one in the fifth and three in the seventh.
Ehrenberg and teammates Hailey Krause and Rachel Knorr each had two of the Indians’ eight hits.
Haley Reierson took the loss for the Wolves.
Winneconne 4, W-F 3 (10 inn.)
The Wolves came up with a run in the bottom of the 10th inning April 29.
W-F scored in the third, fourth and sixth frames, while Winneconne scored twice in the first and added single runs in the third and 10th.
Karissa Akey and Ehrenberg had three of the Indians’ 11 hits, while Hannah Peerenboom and Sam Olson had three of Winneconne’s 13 hits.
Kiley Akey took the loss.
Pacelli 10, W-F 3
The Cardinals handed the Indians their first loss April 28.
W-F took a 2-0 lead with runs in the third and fourth, but Pacelli tied the game in the fifth and took control of the game with an eight-run sixth.
The Indians scored once more in the seventh.
Pacelli outhit the Indians 9-5 and W-F also committed four errors.
Kiley Akey took the loss on the mound.
W-F 9, Bonduel 0
The Indians improved to 10-0 and 6-0 in CWC-8 play April 24 with a win over the Bears.
It was the fourth straight shutout for the Indians. W-F scored three times in the first inning before adding two more in the second, third and sixth.
The Indians returned to CWC-8 play May 2 in Amherst and will head to Shiocton Thursday, May 5, for a rematch with the Chiefs.