Area Softball: Pierz splits with Zimmerman

Area softball recap

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PIERZ โ€” Frankie Seelen pitched five innings of no-hit ball to lead Pierz to a 4-0 win, and Britney Schommer gave up two earned runs on just three hits but was the hard luck loser in a 2-1 win for Zimmerman in Game Two Thursday, May 12.

The game was suspended because of weather with the players playing kickball in the gym hoping for the weather to pass.

The hitting start for the Pioneers in Game One was Kiara Olesch who was 1-2 with two RBIs. Seelen struck out seven and got the win.

In Game Two, it was Alyssa Sadlovsky with a 2-2 day with a run scored and three stolen bases in the 2-1 loss.

Game One

Zimmerman 0 0 3

Pierz 4 3 0

WP: Frankie Seelen. .

Game Two

Pierz 1 3 0

Zimmerman 2 3 1

LP: Britney Schommer. Overall: Prz 11-3. Next: Pierz hosts Foley 4 p.m. Friday, May 13 (2).

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