The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

April 30, 2013

Fillies back on track

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Specifically, she pointed to senior Alyssa Workman. Deter decided to move Workman from the outfield to third base. The team was rewarded with error-free softball from the hot corner. Workman effortlessly threw out three batters and in the sixth inning caught a smoking line drive to end the inning.

Morrison picked up three more runs in the sixth as insurance. On the day, the team scored 16 runs between both games in the fifth and sixth innings.

Eads credited the late outbursts to good coaching.

“Our coaches got on us and we started being more disciplined at the plate,” she said.

“They see the pitcher a lot more and they hone in on it,” Deter said on her team going deep into games. “We keep giving them instructions and so far it’s been effective for us.”

The wins improved the Fillies to 13-7. Meanwhile, Fulton dropped to 4-6.

Pepper said many of her team’s games had been canceled from rainouts. Fulton has four games this week as a result, so any lessons learned from Monday will have to be taught on the field during games. The Steamers are 1-6 in conference play.

“We’re making some adjustments,” Pepper said, not mentioning specifics. “There are some things that are going to change come Wednesday.”

MORRISON 11, FULTON 1

Fulton 000 100 — 1 7 1

Morrison 100 046 — 11 13 2

Katherine Wayne (6 ip, 13 h, 11 r, 9 er, 5 bb, 4 so) and Emma Wiemken; Lauren Pannier (6 ip, 7 h, 1 r, 1 er, 0 bb, 3 so) and Chelsea Eads. Multiple hits — Fulton (Jenna Jones 2, Kylie Kennedy 2); Morrison (Alyssa Workman 2, Chelsea Eads 2). 2B — Fulton (Kennedy); 3B — Morrison (Workman). RBI — Fulton (Jones); Morrison (Workman, Shannon Finneran, Allie Wiersema, Eads 2, Lauren Pannier 2, Allie Renkes)

MORRISON 8, FULTON 0

Morrison 200 033 0 — 8 10 1

Fulton 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

Wiersema (7 ip, 4 h, 0 r, 0 bb, 6 so) and Eads; Chelsea Lesniewski (7 ip, 10 h, 8 r, 5 er, 4 bb, 3 so) and Wiemken. Multiple hits —Morrison (Shannon Finneran 3, Wiersema 3, Eads 2); Fulton (Wiemken 2). 2B — Morrison (Finneran); Fulton (Wiemken). RBI — Morrison (Finneran, Wiersema 2, Kaitlyn Finneran 2, Eads 2).

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