Seymour 3, Mormon Trail 2
GARDEN GROVE — After losing 13-3 to this same Mormon Trail team on Saturday, Seymour bounced back and defeated the Saints in a close game on Tuesday.
Sloan Sulser hit his first home run of the season for Seymour.
It was Seymour’s fourth time playing Mormon Trail this season, the Warriors lost the first three matchups by a combined score of 49-17.
Seymour (5-9) host Moulton-Udell (3-7) on Thursday at 6 p.m.
*Seymour stats were not available at time of print
Moulton-Udell 10, Orient-Macksburg 0
MOULTON — The Eagles pitched their first shutout since 2015.
Clayton Morlan got the start and allowed just one hit and two walks with five strikeouts in four shutout innings. Wyatt Stansberry then replaced him for the fifth inning, which Stansberry would strikeout the side.
Eight of the nine Moulton-Udell starters had a hit in the game. Caleb Martin and Hunter Hansen both had two RBIs while Stansberry, Morlan, Trent Rockwood and Dakota Veldhuizen each had two hits.
Moulton-Udell (3-7) will travel to Seymour (5-9) on Thursday at 6 p.m.
Moravia 10, Diagonal 0
Moravia 16, Diagonal 0
MORAVIA — Everybody hits, everybody scores. Moravia went for 26 runs in eight innings between two games against Diagonal.
The Lady Mohawks have now won eight out of their last nine games. They also picked up their fourth and fifth shutout of the year.
Moravia (11-5) head to Corydon on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. to take on Wayne (7-2).
*Moravia stats were not available at time of print
Seymour 15, Mormon Trail 2
GARDEN GROVE — Seymour bounced back from their close loss on Monday with a blowout win on Tuesday.
Natalee Watters, Nadia Howell and Dylan Murphy each had two RBIs while Hannah Hinners went 3-for-5 with a RBI, falling a home run short of the cycle.
Ori Trimble got the start and the win, pitching all five innings while giving up two runs, one earned, on five hits with one walk and three strikeouts.
Seymour (8-7) host Moulton-Udell (2-7) on Thursday at 6 p.m.
Orient-Macksburg 18, Moulton-Udell 5
MOULTON — Moulton-Udell fell to Orient-Macksburg for the second time this season.
The Lady Eagles gave up 11 hits and nine walks while Orient-Macksburg’s Kaela Eslinger held them to one run, none earned, on three hits with one walk and eight strikeouts in five innings.
Moulton-Udell (2-7) will travel to play Seymour (8-7) on Thursday at 6 p.m.
*Moulton-Udell stats were not available at time of print