Tekamah-Herman’s softball team continued its homestand over the last week with three games. They came away with two wins and lost a close one.
Coach Abby Sheets’ Tigers started the week with a 6-2 win over Logan View/Scribner-Snyder on Monday, Aug. 26. Jadyn Fleischman got the win on the mound.
Maggie Sheets had the hot bat to lead the Tiger offense against the Raiders. She went 3-for-4 with two doubles and blasted a two-run homer over the centerfield fence in the sixth inning. She also scoring once and drove in three.
Halle Olsen added a pair of hits, including a double and scored twice. Kelsey Lewis doubled, Greta Lindberg drove in two with a single and Anna Wakehouse drove in another run on a single.
Other Tigers hitting safely against LVSS were LeAnn Hawkins, Fleischman and Paige Lydick.
The Tigers returned to Carson Field on Thursday for their lone home triangular of the season.
They began the the evening with a 12-3, five-inning win over East Husker Conference rival Highway 91.
Greta Lindberg picked up the win in the circle.
Olsen and Maggie Braniff had two hits apiece to lead the Tiger offense. Olsen drove in two runs on one of her hits, part of a five-run fifth inning that put the game away early. She also scored two runs.
Braniff scored twice. Sheets cracked a two-run double that ended the game. Lindberg added a two-run single and Lacey Petersen laced a run-scoring double.
Other Tigers hitting safely against the Cyclones were Hawkins, Fleischman and Lydick.
In the nightcap, the Tigers fought hard against Guardian Angels Central Catholic, but fell short in a 5-3 loss to the Bluejays.
Fleischman suffered the loss for the Tigers who dipped to 2-2 on the year.
Anna Wakehouse had the big hit for the Tigers, blasting a three-run homer over the left centerfield fence in the sixth inning.
Hawkins, Braniff and Fleischman had two hits apiece, with one of Braniff’s going for a double. Sheets cracked a double as well.
Other Tigers hitting safely against the Bluejays were Olsen, Lindberg and Emma Wakehouse.
The Tigers looked to get back in the win column on Saturday as they were scheduled to take part in the GACC Invitational at West Point.
North Bend was scheduled to host a triangular Tuesday, Sept. 3, with the Tigers and Twin River. On Thursday, Tekamah-Herman returns to West Point for an EHC triangular with NEN (the Wisner-Pilger, Pender, BRLD co-op) and West Point-Beemer.