HHS Softball Uses Long Ball to Sweep Colby
Kaylie Schoendaller hit five home runs in drove in 11 leading the Hays High softball team to a doubleheader sweep of Colby. The Indians win the opener 16-11 and take game two 15-3 in eight innings. They have now won five of their last six and improve to 6-4 on the season.
Game 1: Hays 16, Colby 11
Kaylie Schoendaller hit two of the Indians four home runs as they score in every inning but the seventh. Hays scored two in the first on a Schoendaller two-run homer. They add six in the second, three in the third and fourth and one in the fifth and sixth.
Tessa Stickel and Haley Wells also went deep for the Indians. Stickel also doubled, Wells added a triple and Julie Belzer hit a triple.
Madison Prough (4-3) picks up the win, allowing all 11 runs (eight earned) on 15 hits while walking five and striking out four.
Game 2: Hays 15, Colby 8 (5 innings)
The Indians raced out to a 12-2 lead after three innings then scored three in the fourth.
Kaylie Schoendaller led the 21 hit attack with three home runs and a double and drove in eight. Her two-run homer got the Indians on the board. She added a three-run homer in the second and another two-run blast in the third.
Haley Wells also homered for the Indians helping Madison Prough to her second win of the day. Prough (5-3) allowed three runs on nine hits with two walks and two strikeouts.