The Wabash Valley College Lady Warriors ended their six game weekend home stand Sunday taking two from League contender John Logan. The Lady Warriors won all six games and Sunday they won 4 to 1 and 10 to 2 in five innings.
In the first game with the game tied at one all WVC would erupt for three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. With one out Jade Montgomery would single, Mallory Rutz would sacrifice Montgomery to second, Taylor Miles would draw a walk followed by a RBI single by Hannah Shirley scorning Montgomery. Jamie Lenn would get a two run RBI double to the left centerfield fence. Montgomery would get the win and she is now 13-2. She went seven innings gave up four hits had six strike outs and no walks. One of her hits came in the first inning when Jordyn Smith would hit a solo homer. Allyssa Davis would go three for four and Lenn was one for three with the two RBI's.
WVC was down in the second game two to one going into the bottom of the third inning. With two out the Lady Warriors would explode for six runs. Lacy Wilzbacher would single and that was followed by Natalie David two run homer over the left field fence. Megan Eder would then get a walk, Montgomery would then double and Mallory Rutz would triple down the left field line for two RBI's. Taylor Miles would then get an RBI single scoring Rutz. Shirley would draw a walk and that was followed with a RBI single up the middle by Davis. Shirley would get the win and she is still perfect at 10-0 on the season. She went five innings allowed only two hits and two earned runs with seven strikeouts and no walks. Top hitters in this game was David going two for two and three RBI's, Rutz two for three with two RBI's and Wilzbacher was two for four. Eder, Montgomery and Shirley had doubles while Rutz had a triple and David added to her home runs with two in the game. David now has 12 on the season.
All double headers are big at this time of the season but maybe the biggest one will be Tuesday when the Lady Warriors head to Mattoon to take on the Lady Lakers of Lake Land College. Both teams have two losses in GRAC play. The two teams split when they played at WVC.