Cassville Vs. Reeds Spring Softball

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Cassville Vs. Reeds Spring Softball

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The Wildcats have been a local rival of the Wolves for a while now. With a close game in the Springfield Invitational, things set in for the season match up with the Reeds Springs Wolves and the Cassville Wildcats. “We came in wanting to run rule them in the 3rd inning.” said Izzy Erickson. Unfortunately, no home runs or triples were hit throughout the game. Dusty Welch, a senior at Reeds Spring High School, had a great game. She went 2 for 3 with 2 doubles. “Always been a toss up, but we played really well. Everyone hit really well it was an awesome.” Dusty continued to talk about how once the Wildcats got down they began to develop an attitude. One girl shoulder checked her while she was playing first base. Izzy Erickson also had herself a game with pitching a complete game with 11 strikeouts. “It went well, everyone came together as a team.” We continued by asking her about the difference between the first time they played and the most recent time they played. “We improved a lot at hitting off-speed and hitting in general.” We asked the girls what they expected moving forward. The team seems to have confidence in themselves saying “If we stay on this track we should win Conference and Districts.” The last opponent in the Wolves way for Conference is the Seneca Indians. With a five inning run rule over the wildcats, the Lady Wolves improve to 8-3 and 4th in the power rankings.