June 20, 2021

Hawks fly past Montezuma in SICL action

Maston homers, strikes out 13 in Hawks’ 13-3 baseball win

SULLY — Conner Maston homered at the plate and struck out 13 on the mound during Lynnville-Sully’s baseball team’s 13-3 home win over Montezuma on Monday night.

The Hawks scored in every inning and ended the South Iowa Cedar League contest after six innings.

Maston homered, finished with two hits and four RBIs and allowed one earned on four hits with 13 strikeouts and one walk in six innings.

Corder Noun Harder finished with three hits, three runs, three RBIs and two steals. Two of his three hits were doubles.

Owen Norrish also had three hits and added one run and two RBIs. Braden Alberts walked three times and scored three runs, Davis Utech had one hit, two runs and one RBI and Caleb Rea and Bryce Richards tallied one hit and one run.

Payton Van Wyk finished with one hit and two RBIs and Reese Dunsbergen walked once and scored a run.

The Hawks improved to 5-3 overall and 4-1 in conference play. Montezuma dropped to 4-1 overall and 3-1 in SICL play.

SOFTBALL

Lynnville-Sully 10, Montezuma 0

The Class 1A No. 2 Hawks stayed unbeaten in SICL play following a 10-0, five-inning win over Montezuma on Monday.

The Hawks had 12 hits and took advantage of seven Bravette errors to win the SICL game.

Reagan McFarland, Korinne Jansen, Laci Keen and Cayler Noun Harder all had two hits.

McFarland added two runs and three steals, Keen tallied two RBIs, Jansen and Noun Harder each scored one run, Jansen stole a base and Noun Harder collected an RBI.

Caitlin Alberts finished with one hit, one run and one RBI and Lily Zylstra and Megan Van Zante each had one hit and one run. Aliya James, Makayla Tice and Greenlee Smock all scored a run.

Denali Conover finished with one hit at the plate and earned the win in the circle. She spun a four-hit shutout with six strikeouts, four walks and one hit batter.

L-S (7-4 overall, 5-0 in the SICL) plated at least one run in all five innings, scoring twice in the second and third innings and plating four in the fourth.

The Bravettes dropped to 2-10 overall and 0-5 in the SICL.