Junior varsity softball
The Eudora Cardinals faced Gardner April 13 at Eudora and came away with an 8-2 victory.
Chelsea Carnagie took the mound in the first game.
With some early run support, Carnagie and the defense held Gardner to two runs.
Carnagie finished the game with four strikeouts, three walks, one hit batter and three hits.
Leading the offense for the Cardinals was Hailey Horan and Liz Hoese with three singles each. Kayla Chilcoat, Mariah Webb, Brittany Stillian, Carnagie and Katie Werst each had a single.
Michelle Smith took the mound in game two. She bettered her record to 3-2 with the Cards getting the 8-6 victory.
Smith gave up five hits, two walks and struck out four.
Three Cardinals had two singles each -- Webb, Hoese and Werst.
Smith, Brittany Stillian, JoAnna Male and Marian Mersmann each added a single.
Eudora improved to 9-5 after a 14-2 victory in Wellsville April 20.
The Cardinals planned to play a doubleheader, but arrived in Wellsville to play only one game because of injuries on the Eagles squad.
Chelsea Carnagie took the mound and got her fourth win.
The Cardinals took no mercy as they pounded out 21 hits and 14 runs.
Hailey Horan led the Cardinals with a double and four singles. Kayla Chilcoat had a triple and three singles. Stillian had four singles. Smith and Theresa Harper each added two singles. Catherine Klotz had a triple and Carnagie had a double. Webb and Kristen Becker each added a single.
Miranda Cobell took the mound in the first of two games against Anderson County the next day.
Cobell struck out four, walked nine, hit four batters and gave up five hits.
The Cardinals managed four hits in the game, but couldn't pull out a win, dropping 15-6.
Webb and Becker each had a double. Hoese and Nikki Miller added a single apiece.
In the second game, Eudora started quick by scoring five runs in the bottom of the first.
Cobell pitched the second game, giving up five walks, 12 hits and struck out two.
Getting singles for the Cardinals were Michelle Smith, Webb, Katie Werst and Cobell.
The Cardinals lost 15-9, bringing their record to 9-7.