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College Softball: Raiders get 2 wins against Vermilion, can’t complete doubleheader with Itasca

Central Lakes plays two doubleheaders over the weekend

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Central Lakes College's Brooke Corrigan fields the ball against Itasca Sunday, April 24, 2022, at Paul C. Findorff Athletic Complex in Brainerd.
Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD — Chloe Munsch went 3-for-3 with a double, a triple and three RBIs as Central Lake College lost a slugfest with Itasca 16-14 Sunday, April 24.

Rebecca Maurer also tallied three hits for the Raiders in the loss.

The Raiders’ top four hitters in their lineup all tallied two RBIs in Zaika Herron, Brooke Corrigan, Sarah Kossan and Addie Sanford.

Herron, Corrigan and Kossan each had a double with Kossan and Corrigan both adding triples.

The second game of the doubleheader was suspended in the second inning with Itasca leading 4-1. Game will be continued at a later date.

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Game One

Itasca 16

Central Lakes 14 14 3

LP: Victoria Wagner. 2B: CLC-Zakia Herron, Brooke Corrigan, Sarah Kossan, Chloe Munsch. 3B: CLC-Brooke Corrigan, Sarah Kossan, Chloe Munsch. Division: CLC 8-1. Overall: CLC 13-9.

Saturday’s Results

AURORA — Brooke Corrigan went 8-9 with a home run and five RBIs over two games for Central Lakes as the Raiders swept Vermilion 19-6 and 12-2 Saturday, April 23.

Lexy Swanson went 3-for-5 with two runs scored in Game One. Addie Sanford launched a home run as a part of her two-hit game.

Zakia Herron recorded a double and scored three times. Corrigan went 4-5 with two runs and an RBI.

Chloe Munsch ripped two doubles and scored three times. Halle Zupan and Sarah Kossan also had doubles in each of their two-hit games.

Victoria Wagner got the Game One win and pitched five innings with eight strikeouts.

In Game Two, Corrigan went 4-4 with a home run and finished with four RBIs.

Cassidy Zontelli tallied two hits including a double and scored four times. Herron also had two hits including a double.

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Zupan went 2-4 with two RBIs in Game Two for the Raiders.

Sanford got the win in Game Two and pitched all six innings and allowed one earned run with six strikeouts.

Game One

Vermilion 6

Central Lakes 19 19 3

WP: Victoria Wagner. 2B: CLC-Zakia Herron, Sarah Kossan, Halle Zupan, Chloe Munsch (2). HR: CLC-Addie Sanford.

Game Two

Vermilion 2

Central Lakes 12 12 2

WP: Addie Sanford. 2B: CLC-Zakia Herron, Cassidy Zontelli. HR: CLC-Brooke Corrigan.

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