Tekamah-Herman’s softball team traveled to North Bend for a triangular on Tuesday, Sept. 3, and came away with a sweep. The wins helped the Tigers claim three of four games in East Husker Conference action.
At North Bend, they posted a 14-0, three-inning, win over Twin River and a 13-6 win over the host Tigers.
Jadyn Fleischman tossed a two-hitter in the opener. Lydick had the hot bat against the rival Titans, driving in five runs on a bases-clearing triple and a two-run double. She also scored a run. Emma Wakehouse had two hits, scoring twice and driving in two. Halle Olsen drove in two on a double while Jenna Voskamp drove one in on a single.
Other Tigers hitting safely were Maggie Sheets, Fleischman and Greta Lindberg. Olsen, Sheets, Fleischman, Anna Wakehouse all scored two runs apiece for the Tigers while LeAnn Hawkins, Maggie Braniff and Lindberg each added one.
Tekamah-Herman capped Tuesday night off with a 13-6 win over North Bend Central with Lindberg picking up the win.
Braniff, Sheets and Fleischman recorded two hits apiece to lead the Tiger offense. Braniff scored three runs and drove in three. Sheets scored twice and drove in three while Fleischman scored once and drove in three. All three had a double among their offensive output.
Other Tigers hitting safely were Olsen, Hawkins, Emma Wakehouse and Lydick. Olsen scored three, Emma Wakehouse scored two and drove in one while Hawkins and Lydick each scored one.
Thursday, Sept. 5, marked the second stop in less than a week at West Point’s Timmerman Park, this time for a triangular hosted by West Point-Beemer.
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The Tigers needed a last-second rally, scoring five runs to defeat the host Cadets 10-8. Fleischman got the win in relief.
Hawkins had the hot bat for the Tigers, hitting three doubles while scoring four runs and driving in five.
Sheets and Emma Wakehouse added a pair of hits, with Sheets getting a double while driving in two and Emma scoring two. Braniff drove in a run with a double. Lindberg and Lydick also hit safely for the Tigers. Lydick scored a run as did Olsen and Anna Wakehouse.
The Tigers held Class B NEN in check for two innings, but a pair of Tiger miscues and a pair of two-run hits by the Vipers resulted in a 4-1 win for the undefeated NEN.
Anna Wakehouse had two hits to lead the Tiger offense, scoring their lone run. Lindberg doubled while Olsen singled to drive in the Tigers’ only run of the game.
NEN moved to 10-0 on the season after defeating West Point-Beemer 12-5. London Nelson pitched the win for the undefeated Vipers.
The Tigers, now 7-4 on the season and 5-1 in the EHC, are next in action with another triangular on Tuesday, Sept. 10, in Uehling. The Tigers play the final two games that evening against Blue River followed by the host Logan View/Scribner-Snyder Raiders.
On Thursday, Class B power Wayne visits Carson Field.