After three more wins the Pierz girls softball team remains undefeated at 6-0.
The Pioneers extended the stretch of wins to four with a 6-0 shutout at Mora, April 22.
Senior Tori Wagner allowed only four hits and struck out eight in all seven innings on the mound for Pierz.
Brenna Dickmann led the way offensively with a 4-for-4 game with a double, run and an RBI.
The Pioneers followed up the victory with a 15-0 win in four innings against Staples-Motley, April 23.
Senior Emily Sadlovsky allowed only two hits and struck out four in the four innings in the circle.
Junior Kiara Olesch smashed a home run and drove in three runs. Senior Halle Zupan added a 2-for-2 night with two runs, a double and two RBIs.
Finally, the Pioneers enjoyed another blowout win, topping St. Cloud Cathedral, 22-3, in four innings, Tuesday.
Zupan was again terrific at the plate, going 3-for-3 with four runs scored, two doubles and three RBIs.
Senior Liz Kelash also scored four times and drove in two runs. Dickmann added two runs and two RBIs on two hits.
Pierz’ next action is a home doubleheader with Zimmerman, Tuesday.
In other area softball action, the Little Falls Flyers experienced some mixed results.
First, the Flyers were no-hit in a three-inning, 18-0, loss to Sartell, April 23.
The game, which took place in Detroit Lakes, was followed by a 13-1 win for the Flyers over the host Lakers.
Izzy Dukowitz went 4-for-5 with two runs and three RBIs. Ellie Skeesick also had a four-hit game with three RBIs. She also pitched all seven innings, allowing just one run on three hits and striking out five.
The Flyers were again on the losing end of Granite Ridge Conference action, falling 5-2 and 13-3 to Zimmerman in a doubleheader, Tuesday.
In game one, the Flyers were unable to generate more than two hits on offense from Skeesick and Ellia Zimmerman. Zimmerman and Kerstin Knopik scored the Flyers’ two runs.
Skeesick struck out eight in seven innings on the mound, and allowed 10 hits and five runs.
Dukowitz had a good game in the second half of the doubleheader. She scored a run and drove in two more. Skeesick also drove in a run. Zimmerman and Sami Tembreuell also scored a run for the Flyers.
Little Falls (1-4) is set to host Milaca for a doubleheader, Tuesday.